Tagged: candida

How to Take Diflucan and Sporanox for Psoriasis

If your doctor prescribed you fluconazole (Diflucan) or itraconazole (Sporanox) for psoriasis you may ask how to take those drugs to get the most of their effects. You may ask if it is better to take them on an empty stomach or with food? And maybe you take omeprazole or Betaine HCL which might possibly affect the bioavailability of those antifungal drugs. And there are even more questions because the scientific data proved that even your race depends when it...

Psoriasis Is Caused By Bad Digestion

Bad digestion is probably the most common and significant cause of psoriasis. Gut health, stress and psoriasis all go hand in hand. Bad digestion leads to huge inflammation which creates the symptoms of psoriasis and other chronic health problems. We all know that stress can significantly impair the blood flow throughout the body. I published the blog posts and mostly video about this issue and how it relates to psoriasis before. Digestion, Stress and Psoriasis Adrenaline as a fight-or-flight hormone...

Nystatin Does Not Reach Colon In Sufficient Amounts Thus May Fail In Psoriasis

Nystatin is one of the best antifungal drugs and repeatedly used successfully in psoriasis but it has its limitations. Being a non-absorbable drug does not necessarily mean that it will travel through all the digestive tract and reach the lower part of the small intestine and colon which is often a problem in psoriasis.  Nystatin Clinically Tested in Psoriatics The researchers in study from 1979 concluded that Nystatin may not reach colon in sufficient amounts even when taken at dosages...

Bee Pollen and Propolis: May Cure Psoriasis, Candida and Onychomycosis

Unless you believe that Candida infection can cause psoriasis you won’t find a lot of sense in this post. As I already mentioned many times before yeast and fungal infection in the intestines may increase the intestinal permeability (thus increasing the endotoxin levels in the blood) or directly induce the immune reaction itself. Those who have no allergies to the bee products may benefit greatly from taking bee pollen and propolis internally. As you will read below honey is not...