Tagged: psoriasis

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 of this post is to give you directions to recommended books, videos and to make you start thinking about the...

Lecithin cures psoriasis

Lecithin Is A Pretty Powerful Psoriasis Cure And Fatty Liver Regenerator

I start this blog post about lecithin presenting you the testimonials from people who cured their psoriasis with lecithin. And please don’t argue that soy lecithin is bad because it is GMO and estrogenic (which is not – depends on what study you consider to be right) because you can use non-GMO sunflower lecithin if you want. Clearing up the psoriasis plaques is all what matters when it comes to lecithin – whether you take soy, sunflower or even egg...

Is Anxiety Like OCD and Psoriasis Related?

Psoriasis as well as OCD which is a form of anxiety are both caused by excessive chronic inflammation. Sure! Those health problems are related! Even though OCD is considered to be a only a low serotonin issue and psoriasis the dysfunction of immune system both of those theories are wrong as they can be. 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...

Taurine Decreases Inflammation In Psoriasis

Psoriasis is not the most common term you hear when you read about the effects of taurine on health. You read usually about its positive effects on nervous system, liver (bile production and bile flow), heart but less about anti-inflammatory and possibly anti-psoriatic effects of taurine I am going to present here right now. Psoriasis as you probably know from this blog is caused by Autonomic Nervous System dysfunction which in turn is (usually if not always) caused by systemic...

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...

Allergy and Diet: The Ultimate Cure For Psoriasis And Inflammation

Psoriasis can be considered to be a form of allergy because it was confirmed a lot of times in the past that psoriatics have increased antibodies to many different microbes and food proteins. In my opinion it is a big mistake that modern medicine still does not accept psoriasis as a form of allergy or hypersensitive response to “something” because that would make its treatment and cure much more easier and possible. The Best Diet For Psoriasis For years readers...

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...