Category: Supplements

Vitamin B2 As A Possible Psoriasis Cure

Riboflavin as a potential psoriasis cure was researched in a few studies published in the 1950’s. The results of some were very encouraging and many psoriatics significantly improved their state using riboflavin treatment! In the end of this blog post you will find out which riboflavin supplements might be the most effective for psoriasis. Riboflavin-Psoriasis study by MERLIN T-R. MAYNARD, M.D The most positive results were published by MERLIN T-R. MAYNARD, M.D. who have not reported how long it took...

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...

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The Most Effective Supplements for Psoriasis You Might Want to Try

If you want to know the details why I consider these supplements as the most effective for psoriasis read the previous blog posts. Best Supplement Protocol for Psoriasis This is for those psoriatics who ask the answer “how to clear up psoriasis fast and easy?”. Some of the supplements below you probably tried already with some (un)success in order to clear up the psoriasis. This list of supplements is ordered by the importance of each supplement in supporting the pathways...

Licorice Root May Cool Off the Inflammation

Licorice is well known plant which is able to suppress the conversion of cortisol to cortisone. This effect may significantly help with healing of psoriasis. The result is that increased levels of cortisol in your blood may suppress the strong immune reactions which are present in psoriasis. Suppressed immunity leads to less inflammation which may be good if you won’t overdo it. The study published in 2008 in Journal of Periodontology confirmed that licorice reduces the lipopolysaccharide-induced (endotoxin induced) proinflammatory...