Monthly Archive: November 2015

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...

Bromelain: The Anti-Inflammatory and Clots Dissolving Effects for Psoriasis

Bromelain is a great supplement for a lot of health problems. Considering that inflammation is at the root of most chronic diseases we can just praise the effects of natural and strong proteolytic enzymes like bromelain. You can feel the effects of bromelain in about 20-30 minutes after the ingestion on an empty stomach. If you had stiff spine or...

Magnesium Is Not Depleted by Vitamin D3

Psoriasis in many cases can be dramatically improved by vitamin D3 supplements. Even though there are opponents claiming D3 supplementation depletes magnesium stores vitamin D3 definitely helped a lot of psoriatics! Overview vitamin D significantly increases the magnesium absorption even though less than calcium absorption vitamin D does not cause magnesium loss vitamin D increases the bone resorption (rebuilding of...

Make Own Antifungal Mix of Essential Oils

This article is just for informational purposes only. I DO NOT recommend to anybody to ingest the essential oils which are not intended and marketed by the producers for human consumption! The essential oils contain the fat soluble chemicals which are meant to be the plant’s defense against the pathogenic viruses, bacteria and fungi. That’s the reason why herbs and...

Hypoglycemia Causes Psoriasis, Night Sweating, Peeing, Insomnia and Anxiety

Even though this might be the first time you read about psoriasis being caused by hypoglycemia that does not mean it is not so. Psoriasis is caused by Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) dysfunction and adrenaline overload causes ANS dysfunction. So, what causes excessive production of adrenaline? Stress and hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) which is actually a type of stress because...