Psoriasis is caused by fungus, now yo...

Psoriasis is caused by fungus, now you can cure it.

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Since: Feb 10

Meridian, ID

#1 Feb 1, 2010
“Mayo Clinic Definitions of Psoriasis…..
Psoriasis is a common skin disease that affects the life cycle of skin cells. Psoriasis causes cells to build up rapidly on the surface of the skin, forming thick silvery scales and itchy, dry, red patches that are sometimes painful.
Psoriasis is a persistent, long-lasting (chronic) disease. You may have periods when your psoriasis symptoms improve or go into remission alternating with times your psoriasis worsens.
For some people, psoriasis is just a nuisance. For others, it's disabling, especially when associated with arthritis. No cure exists, but psoriasis treatments may offer significant relief. Lifestyle measures, such as using a nonprescription cortisone cream and exposing your skin to small amounts of natural sunlight, can improve your psoriasis symptoms.”
“True Cures Definition of Psoriasis…..
Psoriasis is a common skin disease caused by fungus that affects the life cycle of skin cells. Psoriasis causes new skin cells to build up rapidly below the surface of the skin, forcing infected skin to appear be thick silvery scales and itchy with dry, red patches that are sometimes painful.
Psoriasis is a persistent, long-lasting (chronic) disease if not cured. You may have periods when your psoriasis symptoms improve or go into remission alternating with times where your psoriasis worsens or improves as your autoimmune strengthens or weakens. The fungus that causes Psoriasis is a systemic fungus which is what causes psoriasis to be chronic. Over the counter fungicides will offer much more relief than and Psoriasis prescription medications or over the counter cortisones.
For some people, psoriasis is just a nuisance. For others, it's disabling, especially when associated with arthritis. One cure exists, and psoriasis medical treatments may offer significant relief. Lifestyle measures, such as using a nonprescription antifungal creams and sprays and avoiding large amounts of carbohydrates and sugars can improve your psoriasis symptoms.”
“Mayo Clinic Definitions of Psoriasis…..
Psoriasis is a common skin disease that affects the life cycle of skin cells. Psoriasis causes cells to build up rapidly on the surface of the skin, forming thick silvery scales and itchy, dry, red patches that are sometimes painful.
Psoriasis is a persistent, long-lasting (chronic) disease. You may have periods when your psoriasis symptoms improve or go into remission alternating with times your psoriasis worsens.
For some people, psoriasis is just a nuisance. For others, it's disabling, especially when associated with arthritis. No cure exists, but psoriasis treatments may offer significant relief. Lifestyle measures, such as using a nonprescription cortisone cream and exposing your skin to small amounts of natural sunlight, can improve your psoriasis symptoms.”
David Flowers aka True Cures is telling the truth here. Try Lotrimin and Tinactin creams and sprays and see if you do not experience more relief from Psoriasis or any skin disease than you have ever felt. Apparently there are hundreds of types of fungus that attack the skin and according to David Flowers all most all skin diseases are caused by fungus. My skin disease was.

Once you use fungicides you take the mystery out of psoriasis and eczema because you finally know the cause of it. Do this and you have your first fact in regards to your disease and that one fact will lead to the fact necessary for a final cure.

By God, pass this information on. Most psoriasis medical sites will ban this information so post it every chance you can. Use fungicides and you will prove True Cures definition is spot on. Medicine will not get on board unless you force them by helping True Cures expose the lies. I'm doing my part. Do yours by clearing up your psoriasis first.

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Andrew

United States

#2 Mar 25, 2010
I was diagnosed with psoriasis yesterday. I thought it was ringworm; so I was using lotrimin. When I first started using it, the outside developed dark spots that got really dry. After a couple days those were completely gone and the entire sore started to build up tons of plaque.

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Sandy

Allentown, PA

#3 Apr 1, 2010
I haven't actually been diagnosed with Psoriasis but I know that I have it for certain. My daughter has had it for the past 5 years. As an infant, I couldn't ingest baby formula. My mother used a barley formula mixture. Anyway, it seemed I had outgrown any intolerance to milk. I've had this raised silvery plaque spot under my eye, near my nose that developed a few years ago. I went to a derm, but he didn't know what it was and said not to worry about it and charged me $100 for that visit. I was eating quite a bit of dairy in the last few weeks and this spot on my face began to itch and get inflamed. Then I began to notice red scaly bumps on the cheeks of my face. The weird thing was that I felt like bugs were crawling all over my body and that also itched too. The worst part was that I started to get joint pain. The most intense pain was in my hands and toes and then my neck.

This all happened after eating a lot of dairy that week. I was also eating nuts and one morning I ate some cashews. I suddenly felt like my mouth had pepper in it. A bit later, my throat felt like it was beginning to swell slightly and my breathing became a bit labored. Never had a problem with nuts in the past, but then I don't recall eating them very often. Apparently I must be allergic to nuts, but it was only a mild reaction. Just the same, I have read that each time you eat the offending allergen, it gets worse, which could result in a full blown reaction that could kill me. So, no eat anymore nuts for me, sigh.

I've eliminated all dairy in the past few days, and just to be on the safe side, I've also eliminated any wheat and other grain products. I've noticed that all the joint pain disappeared and so has the itching and creepy crawler feeling I was experiencing. The red patches are starting to fade but a bit more stubborn then I had anticipated. Diet is crucial to controlling psoriasis. My daughter had it much worse than I have. Since she's been on a gluten free diet - you can't even notice that she ever had Psoriasis. She occasionally has small flare-ups but nothing like she had when she first learned she had this disorder.
The Observer

Braintree, MA

#4 May 14, 2010
True Cures definition of Psoriasis is complete bunk. The guy thinks every health problem is caused by fungus. He has never "cured" anyone of this, or of herpes for that matter. He is all thumbs when it comes to health. Please don't take him seriously. Your health will end up paying the price for your mistake.

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Jamie

Thunder Bay, Canada

#5 May 25, 2010
The easiest way to get rid of Psoriasis is to exfoliate your skin down to its the original layer, you should use the Dermasis product, they even give you a Free Trial. We suggest anyone who has any kind of problematic skin take advantage of this, you can thank us later! You can get your free trial at their official website:--> http://www.SkinExfoliate.com
JimFend

Meridian, ID

#6 Jun 27, 2010
The Observer,

Are we to assume you are the same "The Observer" banned from the CureZone for defending True Cures and David Flowers? The same one defending him against internet trolls on hubpages?

Or are you just an internet troll hijacking other people's handles?

I have been cured completely of psoriasis and I seldom get involved with David's work but I do have to stand up now. I get newsletters from David all the time where he is stressed because of unrighteous attackers.

I don't know if skinexfoliate works but I do know that True Cures works and I also know that David Flowers is now curing psoriasis free of charge so fake handle stealing people like The Observer here have no leg to stand on.

Extra Strength Denorex shampoo treats both dandruff and head psoriasis. Why, because both are fungus. Psoriasis is a fungus.

As for fungicides making an ugly mess when using it, well sure it does if you find the right one because it is really ugly and even painful when the fungus is dying. If you stop using the fungicides before the fungus is completely gone it might come right back. Baking soda may eliminate psoriasis.

Use olive oil to keep treated area moist to control discomfort.

David is making huge breakthroughs. See for yourself and contact him if you have doubts. He won't bill you.

http://truecures.com/
JimFend

Meridian, ID

#7 Jun 27, 2010
The Observer,

Are we to assume you are the same "The Observer" banned from the CureZone for defending True Cures and David Flowers? The same one defending him against internet trolls on hubpages?

Of are you the internet troll hijacking other people's handle.

I have been cured completely of psoriasis and I seldom get involved with David's work but I do have to stand up now. I get newsletters from David all the time where he is stressed because of the unrighteous attackers like you.

I don't know if skinexfoliate works but I do know that True Cures works and I also know that David Flowers is now curing psoriasis free of charge so fake handles stealing people like The Observer here have no leg to stand on.

Extra Strength Denorex shampoo treats both dandruff and head psoriasis. Why, because both are fungus.

As for fungicides making an ugly mess when using it, well sure it does if you find the right one because it is really ugly and even painful when the fungus is dying. If you stop using the fungicides before the fungus is completely gone it might come right back. Baking soda may work just as well as anything.

Use olive oil to keep treated area moist to control discomfort.

If you have doubts or want to know the truth about psoriasis contact David yourself at http://truecures.com/
The Observer

Braintree, MA

#8 Jul 7, 2010
Jimmy - You are very misinformed. I was never thrown off of the curezone. Here is my last post :
http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp...
"I have enjoyed it...
Had enough of the... I may drop by to read some posts but I guarentee this is my last post on the curezone...
Bye Bye to all I hope you regain the good health you are seeking
I wish you all the very best!
TheObserver"
David Flowers has stolen my handle and used it shamelessly on the internet, and there is nothing that I can do about it. And to think that at one time I actually defended him. No more. He is a know-nothing conman. Don't listen to him or his advice. It will get you nowhere.
Graham

Bronx, NY

#10 Mar 8, 2011
Psoriasis is not a fungus. None of these advertisements for various products will help anyone. You may see results from changing your diet, but most likely not. You will need steroids, phototherapy or immunosuppressants. There is a reason doctors never mention herbal or natural treatments because they are a waste of time and money.

No stupid herbal cream or fancy supplement is going to change your body's immune system from making an adapted mistake. It will continue to mistake your skin as being injured, or under duress of some kind, and respond accordingly.

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aunt

North Richland Hills, TX

#12 Nov 8, 2011
My nephew developed a scalp infection 10 years ago from using his dad's gel when he went to visit him for two weeks. (His dad has always lots of dandruff.) I believe that it is a fungus because it was contagious. He develped a rash all over his scalp and forehead. It slowly (over years) spread to his back and arms and now cover his entire body with ringworm-looking spots. His mom never took him to a doctor until it years later when it had spread everywhere and the doc said it was psoriasis and theres nothing you can do about it. They believed the doc. He is in his twenties now and still they do nothing but put some wimpy cream on it.
Liz

United States

#13 Nov 23, 2011
Hi i have had a pustular psoriasis for years ive used enbrel,humira,remicade,methylp rednisolone,prednisone,methotr exate, and a host of steroid and tar creams and ointments. Nothing and i mean nothing takes the itch pain and heals the bloody spots on my skin. There started to be circular patterns on my ankles the derm suggested putting lotrimin on he said that sometimes being on all the biologicals can promote fungus. Now i noticed when i put the cream on that the hand i used to do it immediately quit itching-that is amazing since i have had zero relief 24/7torture from this stuff. So i put it everywhere i have psoriasis and within 2 wks i am 90 percent better! I dont know if psoriasis is a fungus or not but there is a definite response to the cream. I have psoriatic arthritis as well the joint pain is not at all affected by the cream. Is there an antifungal that i could take by mouth that would help? Thank you for this info i have been searching for anyone else that might have tried this now i know im not the only one!
jessica

United States

#14 Dec 30, 2011
I have psoriasis and have had it for 16 years... I have tried everything for psoriasis and it doesn't work!!! I have a nail fungus and gave had it for about 20 years I was miserable!!! I believe the fungus started the psoriasis because I have been taking lamisil and the psoriasis is getting better also. I believe the fungus weakened my immune system which sparked psoriasis. I also gave the psoriatic arthritis, I am hoping this will ease up as the fungus and psoriasis get better.

Since: Jan 12

Sylmar, CA

#16 Jan 16, 2012
Psoriasis it's immune problem and not fungel ,what's wrong with you guys,all this doctors are wrong?or don't know......
Rioting

El Sobrante, CA

#17 Feb 8, 2012
I think it is a fungus I have had foot fungus for years ans could not get rid of it now I have a big round pustule ridden patch of psoriasis on my foot and this is after wearing ice scales from the skating rink. Doctors cannot say why the immune system starts attacking the skin. I really think it is because of a fungus probably systemic fungus which is why some say it can be controlled with diet
my2cents

Unadilla, NY

#18 Apr 24, 2012
so all and all can you use Lotrimin cream? does it help at all? all the creams the dr's keep giving my granddaughter are doing nothing at all. she has one small spot on her chest but i think when she gets older this will really bother her.
dr fungus says

Campsie, Australia

#19 May 3, 2012
Chukar hunter wrote:
Psoriasis it's immune problem and not fungel ,what's wrong with you guys,all this doctors are wrong?or don't know......
hi chukar hunter quoting voltaire i dissagree what you say but i will fight for your right to say it.sorry to disapoint you,yes it is all about fungus,but keep one thing in your mind you cant cure or operate wrong diet.all fancy diagnostic names in millions they all come to few names fungal or environmental.when you say imune problem ok army is imune system of the country and if army is feed on wrong food and get sick and cant defend when enemy attacks,so whose problem it is now armys or fungal food.what people around the world dont understand that there is no cure for anything untill you remove the cause of the problem,as everything has reason untill that reason is found and removed nothing works.another one of voltaires if god does not exist he would be invented.his finest one is you, cant free fools from the chains they revere so much.and that goes especialy for you fellow americans worshipping science,and scientists die from same diseases they curing us from.amen
dr fungus says

Campsie, Australia

#20 May 3, 2012
Rioting wrote:
I think it is a fungus I have had foot fungus for years ans could not get rid of it now I have a big round pustule ridden patch of psoriasis on my foot and this is after wearing ice scales from the skating rink. Doctors cannot say why the immune system starts attacking the skin. I really think it is because of a fungus probably systemic fungus which is why some say it can be controlled with diet
hi rioting your pustules are caused by chronic yeast infection or candida.you cant cure candida you can only control it with right diet for life.see <yeast containing foods/allergy> read all my comments carefully especialy my finest essay <why it is no good to have brain> and turn your diet up side down,if you want to be healthy.whole world is candidaly infected including your doctor and most of them dont even know,thats how all this creative and inventive fancy diagnostic names conning people into something what even academics dont know or understand.candida is so simple but when you educate somebody they tend to complicate it to prove their degree,and cushy life.
Ish

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#21 May 21, 2012
Read details on skin diseases:
http://skintreat.net/education.html
John

Vernon Rockville, CT

#22 May 21, 2012
Everyone is created differently. One thing may work for you and not for me. I can eat nuts and some people die from them. Have an open mind and try everything. Why not its your health. I think it can be caused by a fungus that's just my 2 cents. I have the toe nail fungus i dont have psoriasis and from researching that finding out that people with psoriasis end up with the same nail problem its hard for me to say that psoriasis is not a fungus. I'm not a dr but man it's a big coincidence. Good luck to all. If u want to contact me I'm at @therealjohng23 on twitter. Would like to discuss with some open thinkers about this further.
pixz63

Monroe, MI

#23 Jun 12, 2012
John wrote:
Everyone is created differently. One thing may work for you and not for me. I can eat nuts and some people die from them. Have an open mind and try everything. Why not its your health. I think it can be caused by a fungus that's just my 2 cents. I have the toe nail fungus i dont have psoriasis and from researching that finding out that people with psoriasis end up with the same nail problem its hard for me to say that psoriasis is not a fungus. I'm not a dr but man it's a big coincidence. Good luck to all. If u want to contact me I'm at @therealjohng23 on twitter. Would like to discuss with some open thinkers about this further.
I agree with you I will try anything and have tried all the doctors creams they charged my insurance 400 and some dollars for frickin vit d cream which you can get in the baby section as a and d ointment I have tried vinegar, coal tar, nothing is working so I think I will try the anti-fungal ointments!

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