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Posted on Thursday, February 06, 2003 - 5:23 pm:   


From an astrological viewpoint, what causes acne? What can best remedy acne?

Posted on Thursday, February 06, 2003 - 9:47 pm:   

Basically, acne is caused by toxicity and is aggravated by sweets. Toxic fire and excess water are both neutralized by bitters so foods and herbs that are bitter in taste help tremendously. There is a very good article on taste and the astrological elements on this site as well as

The foods that are bitter are mainly leafy green vegetables, especially artichokes, Belgian endives, and various exotic salad greens like dandelion leaves. Many herbs are bitter: aloe, goldenseal, dandelion, gentian, Oregon grape root, milk thistle, etc., etc. It is extremely easy to find a good general bitter -- we have lots in our online store.
Posted on Saturday, February 08, 2003 - 12:44 am:   

Wow, just reading the words ARTICHOKE and ENDIVE made me salivate!!! I've been struggling with acne for so many years, and have tried a lot of different approaches, including, most recently ACCUTANE. I took that drug for 6 months, and it did the job while I was on it. Now I still get nasty pimples, albeit they are different. I didn't really want to take ACCUTANE, or any other drug, but I felt I had no option. Intuitively I knew there was probably a natural way to tame my outbreaks....I'm hoping your information will lead me towards a better complexion. Thanks.
Posted on Monday, August 15, 2005 - 8:47 pm:   

To find out how to cure your ance naturally using Edgar Cayce's remedies go to or an alternative link is

I am not joking guys I have used Cayce's remedies to heal over 15 different peoples acne including my own. And I know how much of a pain in the !ss acne can be I had it from 7th grade through Highschool. And without Cayce's remedies I may never have cured it.

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