Tagged: psoriasis

Sinusitis, Pituitary Tumor and Psoriasis Caused By Fungal Infection

Whether you have psoriasis, sinusitis, pituitary tumor or unfortunately all of those this blog post may come very handy to you. This will be about the ignorance, low professional intelligence and poor researching and professional qualities of many doctors out there. Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory disease which is impossible to cure according to very most doctors in the world....

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...

Psoriasis Is A Hypersensitive Response

You probably never heard this term in relation to psoriasis or any other chronic disease. Why? I don’t know because in other words I have been mentioning psoriasis being a hypersensitive protective mechanism for years on this blog. The science acknowledges the “hypersensitive response” exists in plants but why in the heck they don’t consider that there might be a...

Root Canals May Cause Psoriasis

This is not the first post mentioning the root canal link to psoriasis on this blog. Leaving the dead piece of bone-like structure – tooth – in the body is one of the craziest and most killing procedures “modern” medicine does today! I am not going to rewrite here all the facts against the root canals (endodontic therapy). The point...

PCOS with psoriasis

20 year battle with psoriasis and PCOS

I have PCOS and psoriasis ” Hi John, I have psoriasis for 20 years and PCOS even longer. I found your website and started taking Betaine HCl, Ox Bile, lecithin and methylation supplements (B12 and folate).   After one month on these supplements my bloating and bowel movements improved but my psoriasis is still the same – inflamed, itchy, one...

Die-off Herxheimer Reaction In Psoriasis

The Herxheimer reaction is mentioned just everywhere and not only in psoriasis discussions. People think that every bad feeling whether it is physical or mental is caused by die-off reaction. In my experience the real die-off reaction which would be caused by death of microorganisms is quite rare compared to the amount of self-reported so called “herx” reactions.   People...