Tagged: acetylcholine

I Am Not Psoriasis Free, So What…?

…is this blog full of useless information? And why I would not lie to you and didn’t say I cured my psoriasis in 2 months once and forever? Would you be more confident about the blog where you read “100% Psoriasis Cure in 7 days!”? There is a TON of websites like that and we all know that they have...

Stressful Job, Raynaud’s disease, Paleo and Vegan Diets Failed – Psoriasis Questions #2

Question I have psoriasis for almost 20 years, tried paleo and vegan diet, gluten-free and dairy-free diet but nothing really worked. My psoriasis is not severe but I have the Raynaud’s disease, nail fungus, social anxiety, worsened memory and hear some “whooshing” sounds. I have normal weight, however I experience also a constipation and bloating. Answer Ear Whooshing I don’t...

Inflammation Causes The Symptoms We Call Diseases

Yes, inflammation is what causes the symptoms and that is true even for psoriasis! And we may ask “what is the most common cause of inflammation?“. Well, it is the infection. People do not get it and do not want to believe it because it is so simple. Small intestine is inflamed or there is some kind of dental infection...

Adrenaline production in stress is actually drug abuse.

How Ephedrine, Galantamine and Nicotine Treat Inflammation in Psoriasis

Adrenaline is involved in so many chronic diseases and most doctors have no clue about it. It is not actually the “stress” what destroys the body over time, it is the adrenaline and imbalanced adrenergic receptors what lead to health problems. Psoriasis is just one, but not the only one disease which involves the Autonomic Nervous System dysfunction including the...

Low Tryptophan Diet May Work for Psoriasis

The idea of low tryptophan diet as psoriasis cure exists for about 48 years. All that begun in 1967 when two doctors – Harry Spiera, MD and Albert M. Lefkovits, MD from New York published their paper “REMISSION OF PSORIASIS WITH LOW DIETARY TRYPTOPHAN” in one of the most popular medical journals The Lancet. They reported that 3 out of...

Rhodiola Significantly Boosts Libido, Improves Erections and Psoriasis

Low sex drive and erectile dysfunction goes along many chronic health problems. Psoriasis is just one of the diseases that are very often accompanied with erectile problems and low libido even in young adults. Rhodiola rosea is very powerful herb for marked improvement in sex drive and better erections. For a lot of men it works excellently and you wouldn’t...

Subclinical Vitamin Deficiencies and Neurotoxins

Many people recommend the food as the main part of the healing. I mean real unprocessed food like salmon instead of salmon oil in capsules. Sure, if you have a lot of money to buy top quality foods you can do that. However, most people can’t afford buying like 1-2 pounds of wild salmon daily that’s why some supplement is...

Nicotine Cleared Up Psoriasis

Smoking is well known risk factor for developing a psoriasis. I am not saying that the chances of developing psoriasis are a lot higher in smokers but studies proved that in the end there is a higher chance.[2,3] Sure a lot of people who developed psoriasis don’t smoke and never did since as you will find out in the next...

Manganese May Clear Up Psoriasis

In July of 1922 The British Medical Journal published a short article by James Moore F.R.C.S.Edin who described the treatment of psoriasis with collosol manganese (colloidal manganese) injections. Moore’s article is about how he cleared up the psoriasis in 43 years old men that was plaguing him for 16 years with collosol manganese injections. He prescribed weekly injections of collosol...

Galantamine May Cure Psoriasis

Galantamine is an alkaloid obtained from snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis). It is a well known inhibitor of enzyme acetylcholinesterase that breaks down the acetylcholine molecule in the body. The reason why galantamine is successful in treatment of various health issues is because it does not just block the acetylcholinesterase enzyme but also modulate the nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAchR) the way they...