Aloha and welcome to KALAMA Botanical Oils
Mahalo to everyone who has visited!
KALAMA Botanical Home
Photo Page 1 (The Beginning)
Photo Page 2 (The Healing Continues)
The WAIOMANA Collection
The KU HINA Collection
Who We Are!
Contact Us
Customer Support
Links Page
Who we are!

Why I am here

For more information
National Psoriasis Foundation


1721


My son Randy has been afflicted with psoriasis since he was an infant. For many years we were able to keep in check but not to heal it. Unfortunately he stopped improving and had not had any improvement for over 2 years. We had exhausted traditional medical treatments for him, I knew it was time for an alternative. So I spent weeks surfing the web, reading books, talking to people looking for a nontraditional treatment.

In my research I found the KALAMA Foundation. I was impressed with their claims so I contacted them. and after a few conversations, Randy and I decided to try the Botanical Oils. The improvement was amazing, after 2 weeks the improvements were visible. I have chronicled the healing in pictures. (See the Photo Pages). I am extremely thankful that my search sent me to the KALAMA Foundation web site.

Because of Randy's personality he doesn't let many things get him down. I didn't fully realize how affected he was emotionally by the psoriasis until a few weeks after starting the treatment with the oils he said to me, "Mom, I don't think I'm gonna be a rotten head any more". Not many things have touched me more than those words. Thank you KALAMA Foundation for making that happen.

Psoriasis
Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease that generally appears as patches of raised red skin covered by a flaky white buildup. Psoriasis is believed to be related to faulty signals sent by the body's immune system. These signals accelerate the growth cycle in skin cells, which pile up on the surface when the body can't shed them fast enough .

Psoriasis marks people as different, because the skin - that which "displays" the human being - has an altered appearance.

It is not uncommon for people with psoriasis to feel sadness, despair, guilt, anger and low self-esteem. A person's sense of self-worth can be affected. In some cases, the emotional turmoil of psoriasis can lead to depression.