You Didn’t Cure Your Psoriasis?

One of the most asked questions I get from you readers is if I am completely free of psoriasis?

This is not the most accurate question; or may I should say that you really do not ask the question you want to know the answer for?

Why that question is not the most accurate?

Because after I answer you might get an idea that everything I write about psoriasis and health on this blog I do daily and that it would or would not work for you.

I am aware of the fact that most people ask this question due to fact that they are (maybe for years) looking for some miracle cure for their psoriasis but it does not work that way. You need to educate yourself then put something into a practice and the recovery will come step by step usually in a few months.

Of course not everything will work for everybody and not everybody need to do everything I mention here on this blog; that is why not everyone including me can benefit from every protocol or supplement.

I am not saying that I know everything or even perhaps anything about psoriasis. Always keep in mind that this blog is for entertainment and informational purposes only!

Despite all this it is not the best possible option to sort the quality of information written by me, based upon the answer if I am or I am not psoriasis free.

It is all about the message not the messenger. And that is why I have been trying to implement this in your mind – you should think about the articles I post here and not to believe them without first thinking about the opinions and facts yourself.

So if I said I am 100% clear of psoriasis you might put a lot of hope and credibility to information presented on this blog. However, if I said I am not cured of psoriasis you might think that the information written here are useless and psoriasis can not be cured no matter what you do.

The information presented by me on this blog are meant as food for your thought. The point is maybe to change your view on some things that I believe are misunderstood by most people or to confirm something you’d think is true.

To know how to get rid of psoriasis is a lot of different than actually get rid of psoriasis because you must put the theory into a practice in order to clear up your skin. So first learn about the theory and then you may want to try to do something. Nobody will tell you “Hey, you must do this and that and you will be psoriasis free in 3 months.”

But if you are so stubborn and want to know what I would do if I wanted to clear up psoriasis as fast as possible then here it is…

The next supplements are written in order by most important for psoriasis to less important. All are effective and work together but B-complex, Lecithin and Artichoke are a must (not only) for psoriasis. Liver health and bile flow is the single most important thing (after dental infections and heavily infected root canal teeth) because inflammation is the underlying cause of many symptoms we call diseases.

And inflammation in psoriasis is caused in most cases by endotoxins from overgrown bacteria living in the small intestine when there is a decreased bile flow.

So? No, I am not 100% psoriasis free.

Basic Supplements – the Most Important

B-complex – 1 capsule morning; 1 capsule evening – with meal
Lecithin powder or softgels

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4 Responses

  1. misosoup says:

    Ok, but it would be nice if you answered the question. I’m fine with you still having psoriasis, but it seems you’re avoiding saying that.. (which looks kinda bad)

    • John says:

      I am not avoiding saying that, I mentioned it before in e-mails or on Facebook.

      The thing why it looks like I am trying to avoid answer this question is because some people think the “before and after” photos are fake. They are not fake.

      I can get (almost) totally clear (from let’s say 50% – 90% of parts of the skin affected) when I follow what I share here on my blog.

      I am not doing everything and concurrently of course. It is not wise, needed or even possible to take every supplement and to follow all the steps mentioned in my blog.

      When people ask me under the various articles about the cortisol, root canals, b-vitamins, galantamine, nicotine, magnesium, D3,… if it helped me to clear up my skin I can not to say exactly yes or no.

      I hate those who promote some “miracle” supplement which “cures” everything – like zinc, magnesium, D3, fish oil, …

      Nothing will cure everything in everybody.

      But if you wanted to know what worked for me the best?

      Folic acid – and the both forms – folic acid as well as 5-methyltetrahydrofolate (Quatrefolic).

      The pictures of the leg show the difference of taking only folic acid.

      But it worked once, twice, … maybe 5 times and then nothing.

      Why?

      Because folic acid helped some processes in the body however it can not go over its biological limit and if there were still the endotoxins or some other problem folic acid can not shut down the inflammation enough.

      People do not understand why it is so hard in many cases (mostly chronic) to cure psoriasis fast and easy.

      Because there is something like genetic expression and up-regulation/down-regulation of genes.

      If our bodies were in chronic inflammatory state for a long time then genetic expression is messed up and the body “remembers” the experiences of that inflammation. Those inflammatory pathways are “ready” to speed up again when there will be even the slight stimulus.

      It is like a drug addiction – even one dose – in a former addict may make him hooked up instantly. It is because the body remembers it.

      This was not the best example but it works similarly.

      That is why psoriasis plaques usually re-appears on the same spots when psoriasis returns after discontinuation of the drugs like topical steroids, methotrexate or biologic drugs.

      Galantamine helps or even reverse that anti-/inflammatory/cholinergic/adrenergic… pathways and that is why it may help PTSD (bedwetting in children), psoriasis (alpha-7 nicotinic receptor involved in strongly anti-inflammatory response),…

  2. misosoup says:

    John – thanks for the replies. I think overall if everyone keeps asking you something, maybe you should look at yourself rather than blame everyone else. It’s 100% your fault for miscommunication (if we being gentle) or if taking a harsher view, then it’s willful misrepresentation.

    You specifically use the word ‘cure’ multiple times. (‘Psoriasis cured in 8 minutes!’)

    There is no known cure yet for psoriasis. And yet so many of us are suffering and desperate and hopeful some genius has found it. By using the word ‘cure’ you’re grossly misleading (either intentionally or not) people. I could not care less about your leg photo, that’s totally believable but completely irrelevant to the point.

    I get it, you’re excited about your successes. Great, many of us have had similar remissions and improvements. Sometimes these successes even last years. However I have NEVER seen a case of someone being fully cured.

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