About cherry angiomas
A “cherry angioma” is a benign (non-cancerous) collection of blood vessels that grow right under the skin and make a red bump. They develop in older children and adults and do not usually go away by themselves. People are often bothered by having a red spot on their skin and want it removed for cosmetic reasons.
Lately my office was visited from a few clients with skin condition, which is called cherry angioma or Campbell de Morgan spots. Apparently there’s no known cause for it. Basically the capillaire blood vessels break and thus these small red spots appear. They can be smooth or also can be felt like tiny bumps on the skin. It is known that when people get older they tend to get more of them, The treatments of cherry angiomas are cosmetic only. Doctors don’t treat the root of the problem, but simply burn these spots off with a laser, for example, but doesn’t cure the causes of it.
Faithful to my professional understanding, that anything that appears on thé skin is the final manifestation of an inharmonious body state, i did my researches. All those cosmetic products on a market against acne, aging etc. .don’t treat anything long term. You have to dig deeper to make a lasting change.
Here is the most sensible information i’ve come across. It completely resonates with me.
Cherry angiomas are caused by bromine toxicity and iodine deficiency.
Let’s look at the list of foods and non-foods, that contain bromine:
- bromated fleur and all the baked foods made of it;
- some soda drinks;
- brominated vegetables and vegetable oils;
- toothpaste and mouthwash;
- hair colors;
- prescription drugs like antidepressants, asthma inhalers;
- electronics (TVs, phones, computers…);
- home liquid cleaners;
- car interiors, new furniture;
- pest exterminators etc.
No proper research has been done, linking bromine with cherry angiomas. Bromine suppresses the sexual drive and can cause cancer. What’s worse, bromine is similar to the structure of iodine, and the body can confuse these two and start storing bromine instead of iodine, also prevents iodine absorption.
These are some bromine poising symptoms: constipation or diarrhea, twitching of eyelids, tingling in the hands or feet, dry mouth, metallic taste in mouth, body odor, urine smell, lethargy, unclear mind, aching legs/hips, sinus problems, headaches, kidney pain, bad vision, irritability, anxiety and more…
Bromine is also known as endocrine disrupter and neurotoxin, causes hearing troubles, effects memory and learning, alters mood and person’s behavior.
There’s only one reliable way to flush out bromine, and that’s through consuming foods, containing iodine or by taking iodine directly. The Japanese consume 12500 micrograms a day. It helps generate new cells, reduce the blood cholesterol, it’s essential for healthy thyroid gland.
Iodine was known as universal medicine a long time ago. And so on, until it was almost forgotten.
For flushing out all harmful toxins and heavy metals should be taken in 50mg/day for 50 days.
Then it’s recommended to take 12.5 mg a day. You can choose to consume natural resources as kelp, cod, brass, seaweeds, in combination with vit. C and Mg- oxide.
As a result you are likely to see the decrease and disappearance of the blood spots, called cherry angiomas. You are also going to a big improvement in your overall health.
How we treat them?
Using our Fischer TS-1 epilator we apply Dr. Michael Bono’s “blend method” to effectively remove cherry angiomas on all parts of the body. This approach is the safest and least painful, due to the fact that the area coagulates immediately from the light electric current being applied during the treatment.
Duration: Treatments typically take from 15 to 60 minutes, depending on the number of cherry angiomas to be removed.