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 no real content and their all purpose is to sell you some 50 dollar PDF with common recommendations you can find everywhere for free.

First, I recommend you to read my blog post “You Didn’t Cure Your Psoriasis?”.

Where one of the past Premium Membership subscribers accused me of possible “willful misrepresentation”.

What bothers me the most and mostly makes me sad is that some people still don’t get it what I am trying to say and explain to you on this psoriasis blog.

In my post “You Didn’t Cure Your Psoriasis?” mentioned above I explained why I ….

Well, I really don’t know how to explain to you what I was trying to tell you in that post…

  • Why I do not make a banner titled “Psoriasis Cured!” and push it on the blog’s frontpage?
  • Or why I don’t make a Step By Step guide called “How to cure your psoriasis”?
  • Or why your psoriasis may not clear up with essential oils, lecithin, B-complex and artichoke and mine will do?

You should really read that blog post first and then if anybody of you is still in doubts, please ask your questions in the comments down below this blog post.

This is our communication from the comments under that blog post. I slightly edited my comments here in order to better explain my thoughts:

“Ok, but it would be nice if you answered the question. I’m fine with you still having psoriasis, but it seems you’re avoiding saying that.. (which looks kinda bad)”

by misosoup

“I am not avoiding saying that, I mentioned it before in e-mails or on Facebook.

The thing why it looks like I am trying to avoid answering this question is because some people think the “before and after” photos are fake. They are not fake.

I could get (almost) totally clear (from let’s say 50% – 90% of parts of the skin affected – PASI score) when I follow what I share here on my blog.

I am not doing everything and surely not concurrently of course. It is not wise, needed or even possible to take every supplement and to follow all the steps mentioned in my blog.

When people ask me under the various articles about the topics like cortisol, root canals, b-vitamins, galantamine, nicotine, magnesium, D3,… what helped me to clear up my skin I can not to say exactly what it was.

I hate those who promote some “miracle” supplement which “cures” everything – like zinc, magnesium, D3, fish oil, “natural” vitamin C…

Nothing will cure everything in everybody.

But if you wanted to know what worked for me the best?

Folic acid – and the both forms – folic acid as well as 5-methyltetrahydrofolate (Quatrefolic).

The pictures of the leg show the difference of taking only folic acid.

I cycled the folic acid and each cycle I improved significantly in 2 weeks.

It worked once, twice, … maybe 5 times and then nothing.

Why?

Because folic acid helped some processes in the body however it can not go over its biological limit and if there were still the endotoxins or some other problem folic acid can not shut down the inflammation enough.

People do not understand why it is so hard in many cases (mostly chronic cases) to cure psoriasis fast and easy.

Because there is something like genetic expression and the up-regulation/down-regulation of genes.

If our bodies were in chronic inflammatory state for a long time then genetic expression would be messed up and the body would “remember” the experience of that inflammation. Those inflammatory pathways are “ready” to speed up again when there will be even the slight stimulus.

It is like a drug addiction – even one dose – in a former addict may make him hooked up instantly. It is because the body remembers it.

This was not the best example but it works similarly.

That is why psoriasis plaques usually re-appears on the same spots when psoriasis returns after discontinuation of the drugs like topical steroids, methotrexate or biologic drugs.

And why our bodies gets chronically inflamed?

Mostly emotional stress – adrenaline and cortisol “abuse”…

Galantamine helps to improve or even reverse that anti-/inflammatory/cholinergic/adrenergic… pathways and that is why it may help PTSD (bedwetting in children), psoriasis (alpha-7 nicotinic receptor involved in strongly anti-inflammatory response),…”

by John (me)

“As I said – the fact that folic acid helped me a lot – that does not mean it will help you or somebody else.

The problem is that most people are trying to find some ultimate and universal way to clear up psoriasis in everybody.

Inflammation is the problem https://www.psoriasisdietplan.com/2016/07/nervous-system-starts-and-stops-the-inflammation-not-only-in-psoriasis/, the most common and the most significant cause of inflammation is ENDOTOXINS.

But maybe one is also deficient in B-vitamins which may cause exaggerated inflammation on its own (check the symptoms of B3 deficiency – Pellagra) – https://www.psoriasisdietplan.com/2015/03/subclinical-vitamin-deficiencies-and-neurotoxins-2/

And maybe it is lactic acidosis and ineffective ATP production which causes psoriasis in your case – https://www.psoriasisdietplan.com/2016/07/real-cause-of-acidic-blood-is-deficiency-of-these-vitamins/

Nervous system is very sensitive to energy – ATP – deficits. And this may lead to Autonomic Nervous System dysfunction.

Niacin, niacinamide or NADH may be very helpful in Autonomic Nervous System dysfunction – https://www.psoriasisdietplan.com/2015/05/nadh-for-atp-energy-and-psoriasis/”

Vitamin B3 as Niacinamide is also a powerful antifungal/anti-yeast supplement.

by John (me)

“John – thanks for the replies. I think overall if everyone keeps asking you something, maybe you should look at yourself rather than blame everyone else. It’s 100% your fault for miscommunication (if we being gentle) or if taking a harsher view, then it’s willful misrepresentation.

You specifically use the word ‘cure’ multiple times. (‘Psoriasis cured in 8 minutes!’)

There is no known cure yet for psoriasis. And yet so many of us are suffering and desperate and hopeful some genius has found it. By using the word ‘cure’ you’re grossly misleading (either intentionally or not) people. I could not care less about your leg photo, that’s totally believable but completely irrelevant to the point.

I get it, you’re excited about your successes. Great, many of us have had similar remissions and improvements. Sometimes these successes even last years. However I have NEVER seen a case of someone being fully cured.”

by misosoup

Here Is My Reply To The Last Misosoup’s Comment

I would like to say thanks to Misosoup for the constructive comments and criticism he made!

Hi, thank you for your comment!

Also thanks for subscribing for a Premium Membership and being (now already an unsubscribed) member at least for a short time.

Hopefully, you have found some good information on this blog.

I do not blame anybody who ask me if I am psoriasis free. All I am saying is that the very most people are asking this question without accepting the fact that this blog is for informational purposes only.

I write here that ephedrine, galantamine, nicotine, anabolic steroids and many other drugs or research chemicals are able to clear up psoriasis.

And if they ask me if I am psoriasis free they may think that it is worth to start smoking, taking anabolic steroids, even ephedrine (this one is a controlled or illegal substance) or pseudoephedrine (which is an OTC) or perhaps some other beta 2 adrenergic receptor agonists (activators)…

You think I am trying to fool the people with my “willful misrepresentation”?

Psoriasis is a chronic multifactorial disease!

It is 100% curable and I would say it can be cured fast! And when I say fast I mean 2 weeks – 12 weeks.

The problem is that different people have some different underlying causes of psoriasis (that’s why it is a multifactorial disease).

A lot of people developed psoriasis after a stressful period in their lives.

OK, so adrenaline may have something to do with psoriasis. Adrenaline is an extremely strong chemical (hormone and neurotransmitter) so when for whatever reason the body produces a lot of it you actually involuntarily abusing it like a drug.

Read the next post – https://www.psoriasisdietplan.com/2015/12/how-ephedrine-galantamine-and-nicotine-treat-inflammation-in-psoriasis/

Adrenaline tolerance leads to increased inflammation in regards to the way how body reacts to endotoxins. I will write about it in my next article which will be out in a few days.

Adrenaline insensitivity = messed up Autonomic Nervous System.

Underlying pathways which affect the psoriasis development

  • vitamin D3 receptors altered directly by pathogens
  • vitamin D3 levels in the blood (winter and summer)
  • adrenergic system function (receptor sensitivity and cortisol production/HPA axis)
  • leaky gut – the load of endotoxins leaking into the blood (bile flow and liver endotoxin clearance rate)
  • fungal infections inducing the chronic inflammation
  • TLR4 receptors – these receptors “start an alarm” in presence of endotoxins and are heavily involved in inflammation
  • B-vitamins deficiency (this one is a HUGE problem!!!)
  • the ability to convert the B-vitamins to their active form (so buy the best B-complex you can find)
  • fatty acids deficiency (omega 6 are as important as omega 3), Evening Primrose Oil and Borage Oil may help significantly with inflammation
  • bile acids production and bile flow (the ability of the liver to produce the bile acids and release them in bile into the small intestine)
  • low bile flow = fatty acids deficiency and fat soluble vitamin deficiencies – vitamins A, E, K
  • the ability of immune system to fight the fungal infections (the psoriasis plaques are usually infected with fungi/yeast)
  • dental infections – root canals and other dental infections – may significantly contribute to endotoxemia and induce the inflammation leading to psoriasis, bacterial toxins may severely impair the energy production in cells
  • low stomach acid = magnesium, zinc deficiency, calcium deficiency, protein deficiency (amino acids deficiency)…
  • Hypoglycemia induced by insulin resistance = anxiety and worsening of the ANS dysfunction. Insulin resistance is often caused by endotoxins and inflammation.
  • the type of bacteria living in the small and large intestine (produce different toxins which alter the various important processes in the body)

The longer you have psoriasis the more re-programmed you body may become.

As I mentioned in my comment response to you under the other blog post there is a thing called genetic expression and up-regulation or down-regulation of biochemical pathways.

Once you got there it is hard to reverse it or even attenuate it a little bit.

That’s why psoriasis and many other diseases are chronic!

Do I have psoriasis right now?

Yes, I do.

Why?

Junk food, no supplements (mostly B-complex), omega 3/6 fatty acids, D3, artichoke, galantamine, winter season, stressful situations.

Will I be 100% clear when I improve diet (not completely eliminate junk food), take B-vitamins, omega 3/6 fatty acids, D3 (sunshine now in the summer), anti-microbials, artichoke and lecithin for bile flow and take one galantamine course?

Yes, I will be. And it is possible even 10 years of living with psoriasis and being covered 90% at its worst!

Does that mean you should do exactly the same? I mean “take B-vitamins, omega 3/6 fatty acids, D3 (sunshine now in the summer), anti-microbials, artichoke and lecithin for bile flow and take one galantamine course”?

I don’t know…

That’s why I have so many articles on this blog.

You should read, think about it and decide what is the best option or options for you.

Maybe you would do best on daily coconut water, maybe taking nystatin, maybe removing your root canal teeth,…

You can check how “shy” I was about making the claims about the psoriasis cure in my posts from 2013 and first half of 2014.

Why?

Because I still had some doubts if I got it right about the psoriasis cause and cure.

Then in August of 2014 I decided to create and publish the INFOGRAPHIC in PDF which summarized the most of my research at that time.

In 2014 I have also published this post about Galantamine and acetylcholinesterase inhibition.

Since then I have published many new articles like “How Ephedrine, Galantamine and Nicotine Treat Inflammation in Psoriasis” and “Nervous System Starts and Stops the Inflammation Not Only In Psoriasis”.

Cure Exists! – Treatment vs. Cure

If you didn’t yet, then read my previous post from 2013 where I addressed the differences between the treatment and cure as I think about them.

So, now let’s be yet more clear…

If you got strep throat and then after 10 days (whether you took the antibiotics or not) you are symptom free – does it mean that your are cured?

I am sure you would say that you got cured!

And then maybe 6 months later you got strep throat again…

So, was it just a “strep throat” remission you have experienced for the last 6 months of being symptom free? (I mean symptom free of strep throat symptoms not psoriasis. I am talking now about an average Joe without any chronic disease.)

Of course, not!

The opportunistic bacteria attacked your body 6 months ago and now they did it again so you got sick again.

So why doesn’t apply the same about the psoriasis?

Once somebody cleared up his skin he is cured, not in remission.

Remission is just a word to keep you in fear and fooled and continue to use the drugs and keep believing in that “disease management” medical system.

Psoriasis may or may not return.

Just like if you break your leg once, you will heal (won’t be in remission) but that does not prevent you from breaking it again.

So many people suffer from psoriasis because they have infected teeth in their mouth.

If they resolve the dental infection, they resolve their psoriasis.

They are CURED!

But if they develop another dental infection later in life their psoriasis may return.

But that does not mean they were in remission.

If you eliminate the conditions causing the disease you eliminate the disease.

In other words you cure the disease.

If you intentionally or unintentionally create the conditions causing the disease you allow the disease to develop (again).

The only difference between the strep throat and psoriasis is that psoriasis is more complex inflammatory disease which is markedly affected by genes and genetic expression, adrenaline function, cortisol, adrenal glands, thyroid function, liver function, endotoxins, bile flow, fungal infections…

You may have to address a lot of problems but eventually you may clear up and CURE psoriasis!

“Misosoup”, what you are writing that “There is no known cure yet for psoriasis” you are wrong! Even though I admit that the very most people’s perspective is that cure is the state which should stay forever no matter what.

There is, but it is not and never be the one universal cure for everybody.

Some people have B-vitamins deficiency, some have fungal infections, some have serious adrenal dysfunction, the others have dental infections…

Biologic drugs address just the inflammation pathway – this way you can bypass the real cause of psoriasis and just attenuate the inflammatory response – no matter what induced that inflammatory pathways.

That’s why they work more or less for most people.

You say that you could not care less about my leg photo.

You think that I write this blog because I am excited about my success?

You really think that I would be excited for 4 years already?

Actually, I wanted to gave up with this blog many times.

I couldn’t stand so many idiots who were posting the useless comments on my posts and name calling me just because I say that psoriasis is fungal infection.

To those kinds of people I have addressed the dedicated blog post. Now, I am not talking about you Misosoup because your criticism was VERY constructive and that’s why I wrote this long post!

Eventually, I ended this blog last August

However, later that year I decided to continue but as a paid membership blog.

I have decided that I won’t put so much work for free for those who just came to spoil it without any constructive criticism.

Do you think my blog posts didn’t help anybody?

I have got only one testimonial of all the blog readers – Jeff was the only one wrote it.

But do you know what?

There is a lot of people who significantly improved or cured their psoriasis using the information they learned on this blog.

I even asked them if they would be so kind to write a short testimonial for the blog.

They agreed and nothing….

You know once you are cured you don’t care about some psoriasis blog…

The money I have spent in expenses related to this blog are crazy (at least for me). I am still 1000’s of dollars in debt so please do not think that my priority is to get as much money from you all as possible.

If that was the case I wouldn’t spend 8 hours on average to write one blog post.

Plus add to that the thousands of hours of research – websites, studies, discussion boards, videos, doing the experiments, buying a lot of supplements and accessories,…

It would be much more economically beneficial to write 5 low quality posts in those 8 hours.

The pageviews is what counts if you are chasing the money, right?

Paid Articles Should Be Free!


This is to all those who asked me for free access to paid content.

Please, do not ask me for free access or teach me that asking money to access the articles on this blog is wrong and immoral.

Is it really so hard to realize how much time (not mentioning money) you need to spend to write so much content?

When you go to grocery store, do you ask the owner to give you food for free because “if you want to really help the hungry people you should give the food for free”?

One person even asked me for free access (due to low income or what) to paid articles and at the same time bragged with a photo of a brand new car on the Facebook.

Like, really?

Do Not Cure Psoriasis, Resolve The Underlying Problems

What are those?

  • low ATP production
  • high oxidative stress
  • low oxygenation of the tissues
  • often a hypercoagulation is present (thick blood)
  • low cAMP
  • adrenaline insensitivity
  • (functional) vitamins B-deficiency – like B6
  • low acetylcholine
  • low cortisol (cortisol insensitivity)
  • endotoxins
  • insulin resistance
  • hypoglycemia (which means also an excessive adrenaline production)

Once you address and resolve those problems, the psoriasis will go away on its own.

Again, keep in mind that not everybody must have all of these issues running inside the body.

Seems like I should write a dedicated post about those underlying culprits of psoriasis pathogenesis. However, most of those I have discussed already in my previous blog posts.

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