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Disorders That Show Up in the Nails (repost)

Disorders That Show Up in the Nails
Nail changes may signify a number of disorders elsewhere in the body. These changes may indicate illness before any other symptoms do.

Black, splinter like bits under the nails can be a sign of infectious endocarditis, a serious heart infection; other heart disease; or a bleeding disorder. Use Hawthorn, Yellow dock, and Plantain

Brittle nails signify possible iron deficiency, thyroid problems, impaired kidney function, and circulation problems. Use Yellow dock, Kelp, and Juniper berry

Brittle, soft, shiny nails without a moon may indicate an overactive thyroid. Use Kelp and Walnut

Dark nails and/or thin, flat, spoon shaped nails are a sign of vitamin B12 deficiency or anemia. Nails can also turn gray or dark if the hands are placed in chemicals such as cleaning supplies (most often bleach) or a substance to which one is allergic. Use a raw juice of ¼ Alfalfa sprouts, ¼ cup Spinach, and 4 carrots

Deep blue nail beds show a pulmonary obstructive disorder such as asthma or emphysema. Use Pleurisy root, and yellow dock

Downward curved nail ends may denote heart, liver, or respiratory problems. Use Milk thistle, Hawthorn, Mullein

Flat nails can denote Rayland’s disease. Use Kelp, and Licorice root

Greenish nails, if not a result of a localized fungal infection, may indicate an internal bacterial infection. Use Plantain, And Garlic

A half white nail with dark spots at the tip points to possible kidney disease. Use Hydrangea, and Juniper berry

An Isolated dark blue band In the nail bed, especially in light skinned people, can be a sign of skin cancer. Use Red clover Combination, Eissac Tea, and IP-6 internally and a poultice of Poke Root and Slippery Elm bark

Nail beading (the development of bumps on the surface of the nail) is a sign of rheumatoid arthritis. Use Hydrangea, Yucca, and MSM with Glucosamine sulfate

Nails that broaden toward the tip and curve downward are a sign of lung damage, such as from emphysema or exposure to asbestos. Use Pleurisy Root, Mullein, And a Raw juice of ¼ cup potato, ¼ cup cabbage, and 4 carrots

Nails that chip, peel, crack, or break easily show a general nutritional deficiency and insufficient hydrochloric acid and protein. Minerals are also needed. Use digestive enzymes, High potency Multi-vitamin/Multi-mineral

Nails raised at the base, with small, white ends, show a respiratory disorder such as emphysema or chronic bronchitis. This type of nail may also simply be inherited. Use Pleurisy Root, Mullein, And a Raw juice of ¼ cup potato, ¼ cup cabbage, and 4 carrots

Nails separated from the nail bed may signify a thyroid disorder or a local infection. Use Kelp, and Plantain

Nails that have pitting resembling hammered brass indicate a tendency toward partial or total hair loss. Use Sage and Rosemary tea internal and as a hair rinse

Pitted red brown spots and frayed and split ends indicate psoriasis; Use Oregon Grape, vitamin C, Alfalfa, and Burdock

Red skin around the cuticles can be indicative of poor metabolism of essential fatty acids or of a connective tissue disorder such as lupus. Use Digestive Enzymes, and B-F&C

Ridges can appear in the nails either vertically or horizontally. Vertical ridges indicate poor general health, poor nutrient absorption, and/or iron deficiency; they may also indicate a kidney disorder. Horizontal ridges can occur as a result of severe stress, either psychological or physical, such as from infection and/or disease. Ridges running up and down the nails also indicate a tendency to develop arthritis. Use Digestive Enzymes, Yellow Dock, Juniper Berry, Schizandra, And Burdock

Thick nails may indicate that the vascular system is weakening and the blood is not circulating property. They may also be a sign of thyroid disease. Use Kelp, Butcher’s Broom, Red Clover and Eyebright

Thinning nails may signal lichen planes, an itchy skin disorder. Use Oregon Grape, and Burdock

Two white horizontal bands that do not move as the nail grows are a sign of hypoalbuminemia, a protein deficiency in the blood. Use Raw juice of 1/4 Alfalfa Sprouts, ½ Beet with the greens, 4 carrots and 1 apple

Unusually wide, square nails can suggest a hormonal disorder. Use Kelp, and Walnut

White lines show possible heart disease, high fever, or arsenic poisoning. Use White oak, Milk Thistle, Yellow Dock and Hydrangea

White lines across the nail may indicate a liver disease. Use Milk Thistle, Yellow Dock and Hydrangea

If the white moon area of the nail turns red, it may indicate heart problems; Use Hawthorn, And Cayenne
If the white moon area turns slate blue, then it can indicate either heavy metal poisoning (such as silver poisoning) or lung trouble. Use White oak, Milk Thistle, Yellow Dock and Hydrangea

White nails indicate possible liver or kidney disorders and/or anemia. Use Milk Thistle, Yellow Dock, juniper berry and Hydrangea

White nails with pink near the tips are a sign of cirrhosis. Use Milk Thistle, Yellow Dock and Hydrangea

Yellow nails or an elevation of the nail tips can indicate internal disorders long before other symptoms appear. Some of these are problems with the lymphatic system, respiratory disorders, diabetes, and liver disorders. Use Raw Juice of 3 carrots, 1 stalk celery, 1 apple, ½ beet with the greens, ¼ cup wheat grass, ¼ cup parsley 1 time a day. And use Raw Juice of 5 carrots, 1 cup spinach, ¼ turnip with the greens, 4 sprigs of parsley 1 time a day


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