High Dose Thiamine For Psoriasis

Thiamin is a b-vitamin I already had one post about on this psoriasis blog in relation to acidic blood. This article will be specifically about the effects of thiamine on chronic inflammatory diseases like psoriasis.

I always stress the importance of taking a B-complex when trying to heal psoriasis but there are some anecdotal data that high dose thiamine may be something what might help a lot of psoriatics.

As you will learn further in this article thiamine is involved in energy production – citric acid cycle (Kreb’s cycle) – which is impaired in most cases of chronic inflammatory diseases.

This high dose thiamine protocol might help you with psoriasis mostly if your blood sugar levels are out of control and you experience the symptoms of (reactive) hypoglycemia like anxiety.

You can read more about the carbohydrate metabolism problems in thiamine deficiency in my previous article “Real Cause of Acidic Blood is Deficiency of These Vitamins…”.

High dose thiamine in psoriasis

Here is one testimonial by Rob who shared his experiences with B-complex and thiamine on Psoriasis-Association.org.uk:

Vitamin B’s and Psoriasis treatment
Posted Tue 26 Jul 2016 1.46pm by rob

I have recently been taking a course of vitamin B’e, compounds, complex, strong B’s and Thiamine. My psoriasis has completely cleared up. My last outbreak was a bad one, I had been stressed via a breakup of a long relationship and found myself in a tricky spot having to move out of our home, yes, of course there was stress involved and I went to see my doctor to ask for some medication for anxiety and sleep.

He got me on a number of different Vit B’s and lo and behold, my psoriasis has completely cleared up. I am convinced there is a connection between the Vits and the disease.

Please give it a try, it’s an immune boosting vitamin so nothing much to loose. All the creams, lotions, greasy treatments are a nightmare, coming out of the shower and daubing yourself in all that is hideous. I’d love to know if anyone has had a similar experience and if not, try it and let the forum know, For me, it has worked in some miraculous way and I hope it can help others.”

Psoriasis, thiamine and microvascular inflammation

It is a well known fact that psoriasis is linked to microvascular inflammation similarly like a type 2 diabetes.

5 Responses

  1. Masynee says:

    My B complex has 5mg of B1 per tablet. I take 2, three times a day. That’s almost insignificant compared to 1500mg!

  2. Frederique says:

    Mon témoignage sur la thyamine.
    Ayant une maladie auto immune, (hachimoto ) sur les conseils d’une amie .3 mois de B1 , je vois déjà de bons retours . Cette V b1 , peu de médecins vous la conseille, voir len livre “Dr derrick Lonsdale”ouvrage bible!!!!!.

    • John says:

      Thank you for your comment even though I would prefer it in English, so here is the translation:

      “My testimony on the thiamine.
      Having an autoimmune disease, (hachimoto) on the advice of a friend. 3 months of B1, I already see good returns. This vitamin b1, few doctors advise you, see the book “Dr. Derrick Lonsdale” – book bible !!!!!.”

  3. Karin says:

    Can this help with RA?? I read a testimonial from someone who took B1 o before every meal and her RA got 80 percent better

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