Why Forskolin Helps to Clear Up Psoriasis


Forskolin, hypothyroidism and gluten

  • Hypothyroidism and psoriasis is 100% connected, everything in the body is connected. If health is just one then the illness is just one either, isn’t it? Yin-Yang
  • One of the effects of drugs for hypothyroidism is heart palpitations, normally body regulates the thyroid hormones continually as needed over the day- not one pill morning, one at night – as the doctors prescribe. Therefore it is useless and almost never beneficial not to solve the problem but mask it using the medication.
  • Gluten goes along with the hypothyroidism. Gluten is the problem mostly when you don’t digest it, and you don’t digest the gluten when you have low stomach acid (which digest the proteins; gluten = protein)
  • I believe that many and maybe the most of the psoriatics have low stomach acid

cAMP, stomach acid and vasodilation

Forskolin is a powerful stomach acid inductor hence it supports the hypothalamus/pituitary gland axis communication pathway which will result in the increased stomach acid production.

Forskolin is also the vasodilator and psoriasis is caused also because of tissue hypoxia/low oxygen content. Therefore hyperbaric oxygen therapy, Dead Sea where is higher atmospheric pressure and diving will clear the psoriasis.

But back to stomach acid and Forskolin – hence the forskolin increased HCL production in the stomach the pathogens are killed (it is known that many chronically ill people have their stomachs colonized with bacteria which should be normally exist in the intestines only). The pH in the stomach is often the achlorhydric about 5-7, should be 1-3.

Increased HCL to normal levels will subsequently stimulates the pancreas to produce the digestive enzymes which gets into the blood where they helps the body to dissolve the blood clots (microclots caused by bacterial endotoxins) which are in my opinion heavily involved in the process of the psoriasis plaque creation.

Also the liver is stimulated to produce the bile salts what will kill the bacteria in the small intestine and it is also the way liver uses to pump out the toxins out of it.

Easy what?

Add to the regimen the fish oil, vitamin D3, zinc, multivitamin, high quality b-complex and Betaine HCL if needed and you will be amazed how easy it is to send your psoriasis away!

You even don’t have to be on a gluten free diet and still you can say goodbye to the worst stage of your psoriasis.

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2 Responses

  1. key says:

    what is the recommended dosage of forskolin?

    • John says:

      About 25mg of forskolin twice daily – morning and evening.

      That means you take one 130mg capsule of 20% extract twice daily.

      If you take too much you will get an diarrhea because forskolin makes the cells draw the water into the intestine.

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