If you’ve heard of the condition known as acne, you might also be familiar with l-lysine. The basic knowledge is that lysine is a type of protein, an amino acid. Lysine is an essential amino acid, meaning that your body is incapable of manufacturing its own supply.
The role of p.acnes bacteria in acne is well known. It inhabits your sebaceous glands and when overgrown, stimulates an immune system response which inflames and swells your pores. But up until about twenty years ago there remained some mystery, since p.acnes is also a perfectly normal member of human skin flora.
According to new evidence, the cure for acne is all around us. It is touching your skin at this very moment. Your room is full of it and unquantifiable amounts can be found right outside your front door.
The grapefruit is perhaps the most recent fruit to enter the human diet. We first domesticated fig trees 12,000 years ago in the modern day City of Jericho in the West Bank. Prehistoric peach pits with fossils dating back 2.5 million years have been found in China.
Today we will discuss an acne remedy which saved one woman’s life as she knew it during the last 100 years, and saved thousands of lives altogether during the preceding 10,000 years.
Deep in the archives of French healthcare lore is the tale of an anonymous patient with a gangrenous ulcer, admitted to hospital after any natural healing seemed hopeless. The woman’s fate was apparently sealed as doctors intended to amputate her leg to save her life.