Monthly Archive: January 2015

Eye Floaters are Probably A Fungal Infection

Psoriatics and not just them but also a lot of people can see strange formations when looking to bright light like – sky, white PC display or white wall. The medicine still does not know exactly what are those formations and guesses that those unidentified floating objects could be collagen fibers, Red Blood Cells and white blood cells from damaged capillaries or actually any material that could get into the vitreous humour in the eye. Anything that can get into...

Artichoke – Bile Flow Support for Vegans

A lot of people have problem taking the bile acids obtained from bovine. Maybe they are strictly vegans or just don’t like the idea of ingesting the freeze dried bile from animals. The nature has an option for them – Artichoke (Cynara scolymus). More powerful than bile acids The study on rats from 2002 concluded that artichoke leaf extract (ALE) has the similar effects as the dehydrocholic acid in terms of its choleretic activity. Orally administered ALE twice a day...

Fight Off Fungus with Tea

How to make herbal decoction to heal psoriasis? The point is not to take some immunomodulating or anti-inflammatory herbs or plants to suppress the inflammation. Inflammation is actually good – it is the excess of inflammation what causes a lot of problems. And even excess of inflammation has its causes – excess of inflammatory substances in the body. One of the strongest inflammatory substances ever are endotoxins – lipopolysaccharide parts of the bacterial cell wall. A lot of herbs have...

Our Body Pushes the Toxins Out Through the Skin? No!

When I started researching psoriasis that was the question I had seriously considered as the real cause of psoriasis. Well, actually not so seriously but I had not dismissed it completely. The theory about general toxicity and inability of the liver to get rid of those toxins is something that sounds so simple, clever and it became almost the common sense. Mostly those diseases that cause scaling of the skin like psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis, atopic eczema and possibly acne (cystic...