Monthly Archive: July 2014

Stanozolol (Winstrol) – Alleviates the Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms

Stanozolol is a well known anabolic steroid which was found to improve rheumatoid arthritis and even psoriasis in some people.[6] The anabolic steroid stanozolol is highly popular between the athletes and bodybuilders where it is known under the name Winstrol. It is a synthetic C17 alpha-alkylated derivative of dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Despite the fact that it is not a popular drug in medicine the scientific studies show the positive effect of stanozolol when taken is appropriate amounts for rheumatoid arthritis. *I...

Gallstones, Cataract, Bone Spurs, Spider Veins, Atherosclerosis – Is It Vitamin K Deficiency?

Vitamin K supplements affect the blood coagulation. So those who take the drugs for treating the blood coagulation disorder should consult with the doctor before taking any Vitamin K supplement. First the facts about Vitamin K intake and deficiency Currently the recommended daily intake is about 1 mcg – 2 mcg per kg of bodyweight. That means about 75 mcg – 150 mcg per day for an average person. According to scientific data the most foods contain less than 10...

Short Summary on Psoriasis Cause and Supplements for Repair

Yesterday I wrote the short summary about psoriasis cause and cure theory. I posted it as comment on Youtube under the video but I think that it is also good for blog post. If you want you can copy this post and use it on your website in a printed publication but you have to use ALL text without any changes and send me an email with the information where you want to use this text. You are right that...

Why Drugs Stop Working for Psoriasis After Some Time?

This question has been all over the psoriasis forums since the beginning of their existence and before the internet era it was all the same when psoriatics discussed their condition with each other or the doctors. Drugs – steroids, immunosuppressants, chemotherapy The cause why this opinion that “supplements and drugs stop working” is so ubiquitous is because of the fact that drugs just suppress the symptoms. So actually they will never actually work for psoriasis – they just interact with...