Tagged: acetylcholinesterase inhibitors

Adrenaline production in stress is actually drug abuse.

How Ephedrine, Galantamine and Nicotine Treat Inflammation in Psoriasis

Adrenaline is involved in so many chronic diseases and most doctors have no clue about it. It is not actually the “stress” what destroys the body over time, it is the adrenaline and imbalanced adrenergic receptors what lead to health problems. Psoriasis is just one, but not the only one disease which involves the Autonomic Nervous System dysfunction including the dysfunctional vagus nerve. Long-term stress is adrenaline abuse If you experience a long-term emotional stress you are actually abusing the...

Low Tryptophan Diet May Work for Psoriasis

The idea of low tryptophan diet as psoriasis cure exists for about 48 years. All that begun in 1967 when two doctors – Harry Spiera, MD and Albert M. Lefkovits, MD from New York published their paper “REMISSION OF PSORIASIS WITH LOW DIETARY TRYPTOPHAN” in one of the most popular medical journals The Lancet. They reported that 3 out of 4 long-standing psoriasis patients completely cleared up their skin on low tryptophan diet and even the fourth patient improved. The...

Manganese May Clear Up Psoriasis

In July of 1922 The British Medical Journal published a short article by James Moore F.R.C.S.Edin who described the treatment of psoriasis with collosol manganese (colloidal manganese) injections. Moore’s article is about how he cleared up the psoriasis in 43 years old men that was plaguing him for 16 years with collosol manganese injections. He prescribed weekly injections of collosol manganese and patient completely cleared up after 13 intramuscular injections.[1] By that time Moore treated successfully already 35 patients with...

Galantamine May Cure Psoriasis

Galantamine is an alkaloid obtained from snowdrop (Galanthus nivalis). It is a well known inhibitor of enzyme acetylcholinesterase that breaks down the acetylcholine molecule in the body. The reason why galantamine is successful in treatment of various health issues is because it does not just block the acetylcholinesterase enzyme but also modulate the nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAchR) the way they become more sensitive to acetylcholine. There is some difference between galantamine and huperzine A what is a more potent acetylcholinesterase...