Tagged: tnf-alpha

Taurine Decreases Inflammation In Psoriasis

Psoriasis is not the most common term you hear when you read about the effects of taurine on health. You read usually about its positive effects on nervous system, liver (bile production and bile flow), heart but less about anti-inflammatory and possibly anti-psoriatic effects of taurine I am going to present here right now. Psoriasis as you probably know from...

Coconut Is A Powerful Psoriasis Cure

Not many psoriatics know the fact that coconut has some substances in it which markedly improve or even cure psoriasis in some people as soon as after a few weeks of use (2 – 6 weeks). And it is not just psoriasis but also the other inflammatory conditions which get much better with eating but also topically applying the coconut...

LDN for Psoriasis: Good Treatment But Still Not a Cure

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) is a popular alternative treatment not only for psoriasis. Still the most people do not get it and are clueless about the reasons why and how Naltrexone in low dosages works for so many chronic inflammatory and degenerative diseases. Many doctors, chiropractors and naturopaths agree that LDN is quite an effective and relatively very safe treatment...

Psoriasis and Type 2 Diabetes is Caused by TNF-alpha

Do you know what causes type 2 diabetes? No? Well, first we should define what is the type 2 diabetes. If it is high blood sugar then the science knows exactly what causes it – inflammation is the major cause! TNF-alpha as the major inflammatory messenger induces the symptoms of diabetes. No wonder that high blood glucose is so common...

I Am Done With Useless Facebook Health Groups

Why? Because most people whether they have psoriasis or something else they are totally brainwashed and I have no will to continue commenting there and replying their questions just to get censored (my comments deleted or being kicked out of the group). I was invited and used before just to help start the groups when they have just a few...

Licorice Root For Psoriasis

Licorice is well known plant which is able to suppress the conversion of cortisol to cortisone. This effect may significantly help with healing of psoriasis. The result is that increased levels of cortisol in your blood may suppress the strong immune reactions which are present in psoriasis. Suppressed immunity leads to less inflammation which may be good if you won’t...

Turmeric cured psoriasis in a lot of people.

Curcumin As Psoriasis Cure: Inhibits TNF Alpha Production and Thins the Blood

Psoriasis is just one of the inflammatory conditions where TNF-alpha inhibitors are prescribed. However, for psoriasis we can use also potent natural TNF-alpha inhibitors like curcumin which is found in Turmeric. TNF-alpha inhibitors “are associated with a total cumulative market value of more than $20 billion a year. As well as being expensive ($15 000-20 000 per person per year),...

Aspirin in Presence of Endotoxins In the Blood is Pro-Inflammatory

The information in the title of this post is one of the most important things you should know if you are interested in health, medicine or maybe you just have psoriasis. Aspirin is an over-the-counter drug popular all over the world. Less known fact is that aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid) causes kidney failure and renal necrosis in rats.[1] Aspirin treatment even...

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...

Ginger for Psoriasis – Thinner Blood and Improved Insulin Resistance

Ginger is one of the best plants which can dramatically help us improve our health. It is able to act as an antioxidant, thins the blood, improves the insulin resistance which leads to less hypoglycemic episodes and that in turn leads to less adrenaline flowing through our blood. Less adrenaline = less anxiety and less depression which can appear after...