duminică, 8 decembrie 2019

Acnee : Trateaza-ti acneea in mod natural

Pt lucrare acnee

vin., 17 mai 2019, 18:36 Giurgiu Gheorghe <deniplant@gmail.com> a scris:
Tratament naturist
  Deoarece tratamentul naturist al acneei presupune incetarea oricarui alt tratament sau medicament alopat pentru aceasta boala, se poate aplica urmatoarea schema de tratament :

     1. Sedinte zilnice
curatire ten
sauna faciala cu plante
masca cu: zeama de lamaie si miere
 suc de citrice
 scortisoara +zeama de lamaie +miere
 masaj facial    
 finalizare tratament

 2.Ceai Dermatocosmetic 30 doze

 3.Polenoderm-acnee            30 doze

POLENODERM ADMINISTRARE:

In primele trei zile se iau doua doze pe zi (dimineata si seara), apoi cate o doza pe zi dimineata pe nemancate.  Daca organismul nu a raspuns pozitiv si se suspicioneaza dezvoltarea unei infectii se recomanda folosirea unui tratament medical de specialitate. 

Dupa terminarea dozelor, faceti o pauza de 7 zile si apoi puteti relua cu cate o doza/zi.

Intreruperea administrarii polenodermului se va face treptat dupa disparitia totala a problemelor, cu o doza la 2-3 zile(luni, miercuri, vineri), timp de 7 zile

Daca  apar manifestari neplacute, va recomandam sa intrerupeti administrarea.

Nu inghititi capsula, puneti continutul ei in lingurita si inghititi cu un pahar de apa.

Nu depasiti doza zilnica recomandata

A nu se lasa la indemana copiilor.

Detalii despre tratametul natural la Centrul de Biomedicina gasiti la 


vineri, 6 decembrie 2019

NATURAL MODULATION OF INTESTINAL AND CUTANATE MICROBIOME IN PATIENTS WITH PSORIASIS

NATURAL MODULATION OF INTESTINAL AND CUTANATE MICROBIOME

IN PATIENTS WITH PSORIASIS

 

 1. Major (r) Giurgiu Gheorghe

 Deniplant Aide-Sante Biomedicine Center, Bucharest

 2. Conf. Univ. Dr. Cojocaru Manole

 Titu Maiorescu University, Faculty of Medicine, Bucharest

 

Summary:

Through the modulatory effect on the body's immune system, the intestinal and cutaneous microbiome exert influences on the skin homeostasis. The microbiome exhibits beneficial actions in the body under conditions of eubiosis, however, when dysbiosis occurs, the microbiome can trigger various autoimmune, metabolic, neurological conditions (eg allergies, eczema, asthma, psoriasis, diabetes, central nervous disorders). This can happen when fragments of microbial DNA cross the intestinal barrier and reach the bloodstream and even into the nervous system. Although modern medicine is trying to modulate the microbiome, to use it for the treatment of certain conditions, this has not been achieved so far. By using antibiotics and other medicines, the microbiome can be severely affected by affecting the health of the body. In the last five years, discoveries in the field of genetics and immunology have allowed the initiation of new studies on the role of the intestinal and skin microbiome in patients with psoriasis. Using natural herbal remedies and fruit tree buds, we developed a natural modulator of the intestinal and cutaneous microbiome with which it was able to slow down and even stop the evolution of psoriasis, without ointments or other drugs and without food restrictions. Thus, the path has been opened to the realization of functional foods (nutraceuticals) with dual role: nutrition and health, which can naturally modulate the activity of the human microbiome, restore the eubiosis, the processes of cell restoration and healing of the organism.

 

Keywords: microbiome, psoriasis, autoimmune diseases, natural remedies, functional foods (nutraceuticals)

 

Introduction:

(1) The paper presents new ways of preventing and treating psoriasis disease through the natural modulation of the intestinal and skin microbiome.

(2) Although psoriasis is a disease that has been present for hundreds of years, dermatology treats it as a strict skin condition and for this reason the treatments are generally aimed at healing the surface skin.  For this reason the cure of the disease is only partial, with multiple relapses and extensions.  Although we are trying to find an effective treatment of internal causes, so far this has not been achieved and for this reason the psoriasis disease is classified as incurable.

(3) With the help of phytotherapy and gemotherapy, respectively with medicinal plants and fruit buds, acting on the dysbiosis of the intestinal and skin microbiome, it can intervene on the immune system and the process of apoptosis of the epithelial cells and by triggering self-healing reactions in the body,  psoriatic lesions disappear by themselves.

(4) During the last five years the discoveries in the genetic and immunological field, have allowed the initiation of new studies regarding the role played by the skin and intestinal microbiome in the patients with psoriasis.  Thus, Golden Staphylococcus or Pyogenes Streptococcus may induce maintenance or exacerbation of psoriasis lesions.  An important role in the occurrence and maintenance of psoriasis lesions is also the microbial flora of the intestine, through the systemic effects exerted by it. Studies have shown increased bacterial diversity in patients with psoriasis compared to healthy subjects, with reduced Actinobacter colonization and predominant cutaneous Firmicutes, which may characterize a phenotype specific to chronic inflammation found in psoriasis. When dysbiosis of the gut microbiome occurs, microbes and metabolites in the gut induce regulatory T cell and lymphocyte reactions, which facilitate an anti-inflammatory response. Studies have also been performed on translocation of some fragments of transgenic DNA into blood samples in patients with psoriasis.  This suggests that new outbreaks of psoriasis may be related to the presence of bacterial DNA circulating in the blood, originating from the intestinal lumen.  Healthy intestinal bacterial composition may reduce intestinal permeability and the risk of bacterial DNA translocation.

 

Literature review on the topics covered

In the history of mankind, often after a great discovery, it took many years for decision makers in that field to accept and promote the value of discovery. This is what happened with the discovery of the microbiome with which we are contemporaries. In 1958 the biologist Joshua Lederber defined the term "microbiome", for which, at the age of 33, he received the Nobel Prize. Why, for 50 years, the medical world has not given importance to this discovery, and it was not until 2008 that the European project entitled MetaHIT was launched, which led to the discovery that people also differ by the bacteria that live through them, not just by  blood type elements.

Dusko Ehrlich, (1) project coordinator at MetaHIT, explains why the microbiome will play an important role in personalized medicine: ''by analyzing the genes of the organisms that live in us, physicians can identify unique aspects of each patient, which will allow conception  of personalized treatments''.

Another microbiologist, Julian Davies, (2) from the University of British Columbia, states that: "the effort for a better understanding of the microbiome is the most important scientific project of all time".

In 2018 researchers from three countries, Belgium, Holland and Malta wrote a well-documented psoriasis and microbiota: ''Psoriasis and Microbiota: A Systematic Review'' (3).  The purpose of the paper was that, through a thorough review of the literature, to discuss the skin and intestinal microbiota and to redefine their role in the pathogenesis of psoriasis.

1. Following the research, it was concluded that in addition to improving the course of psoriasis, selective modulation of the microbiota can increase the effectiveness of medical treatments, as well as mitigate their side effects. However, no natural modulation of the microbiome was found.

2. In the paper it is said that in the 1980s, suspensions of the Malassezia ovalis mushroom fragments applied to the unaffected skin of patients suffering from psoriasis induced the formation of psoriatic plaques in all 10 subjects tested (4). 

In the same year 1980, being hospitalized with psoriasis in the Military Hospital, I detached psoriasis shells from my head and body and placed them under adhesive tape on healthy skin to see what was happening.  Well those placards that looked alive did nothing but simply dried.  Maybe I didn't select those mushrooms mentioned above.

3. The paper also presents a recent study by Darlenski et al. (5) that provides information on how to improve psoriatic plaques, after treatment with narrowband ultraviolet radiation (NB-UVB), a conventional systemic therapy for  the treatment of psoriasis. Treatment with NB-UVB has already been shown to cause significant changes in the skin microbiota. I also started treatment with ultraviolet rays.  After treatment the skin healed relatively quickly.  But when psoriasis came up again, UV therapy did not work anymore and then it was used for PUVA rays with the ingestion of Psoralen and Meladiline pills (photosensitizers). After several sessions for 45 days, the lesions disappeared, but not from the whole body, but only where there were large surfaces.  I agree that after such treatments with UV or PUVA when the skin is healed and the skin microbiome returns to normal.  But you see, once there are some injuries on the body, it means that the skin's microbiome is not uniform and in some places it remains damaged. I personally believe that until the dysbiosis in the intestinal microbiome is resolved, even if the skin level is resolved, psoriasis is not cured.  It's just that surface resolution.

4. Regarding the interaction of the microbiotherapy with the allopathic treatment, it is stated that: ''The skin microbiota also interacts locally with local treatment in psoriasis''. During the treatment with Deniplant tea if patients used in combination with cortisone ointments, at first there was a heal of lesion healing, but after a short period the lesions returned to the initial stage.  In addition at one point the body seemed to no longer react well to Deniplant tea because of the cortisone.

My conclusion was that I do not go in parallel.  As with treatments with monoclonal antibodies.

5. In the context of psoriasis, the role of diet (often associated with exercise) has often been promoted by virtue of its ability to modulate and improve patients' psoriatic plaques and treatment effectiveness (6,7).

I also observed in patients who used Deniplant tea and who had fasting, either at Easter or at Christmas fasting, a faster improvement of psoriatic lesions, but at the end of the regimen, the lesions appeared again. If patients permanently change their way of life (food) is good, because those relapses no longer occur.

If during the treatment with Deniplant tea the patients had other medical problems and used antibiotics or other drugs, negative changes were also seen in psoriatic lesions.  Any disturbance of the gut microbiome and the immune system has repercussions on psoriasis lesions as well.

 

Theoretical foundation

Recent studies (2015-2016) of Japanese specialists confirm the importance of the gut microbiome on antitumor immunotherapy and emphasize the importance of eubiosis (8.9).

The skin microbiome influences the functions of T cells in the skin by producing IL-2 but also IL-17 (10) and modulates memory T cells (11).

Dysbiosis of the skin microbiome can be caused by changes in the skin microbiome, alteration of the skin barrier and immune functions, but also dysbiosis of the intestinal mycobiome.

Since 2010 researchers have been seeking to find oral prebiotics and probiotics with which to influence the axis of the intestine-nervous system-skin (12).

 

Content of the article

As a result of my own experience, during which for 7 years I was ill with psoriasis, I learned how traumatic this disease can be and what psycho-emotional implications it can have.

Although we did repeated treatments in the Central Military Hospital, at first all the lesions disappeared, but as the disease was chronic and the lesions were on larger areas on the body, even after long-term treatments, the injuries did not disappear completely.

The fact that the doctors told me that this disease is incurable, made me look for solutions in herbal medicine and gemotherapy.

After two and a half years of searching and testing on the body, the medicinal plants and buds of the fruit trees have proved to be the only effective remedy in my case against the internal causes that trigger and sustain this disease.

After obtaining a patent for a process for obtaining a herbal extract for the treatment of psoriasis, we founded the Speranța Medical Foundation with the aim of supporting the activities of those who know the mysteries of nature in the field of medicine and their application for human benefit.

Thus, with the help of scientifically used medicinal plants, the foundation has shown that certain so-called incurable diseases (for allopathic medicine) can be ameliorated or even cured.  The cases of cases solved in Romania, and dozens of cases abroad, as well as obtaining the gold medal at the '97 technical news salon, have proved this.

In 2005 the natural remedies discovered by me receive a name: Deniplant - Deniplant brand with the slogan "Health above all" is registered at OSIM-Romania.  Four years later the Deniplant trademark becomes a Community trademark and the current EUIPO (Office of the European Union for Intellectual Property) is registered at OHIM.

The use of the natural remedies Deniplant by the patients attending recovery sessions based on the treatment from Sovata, emphasized that by intervening on the skin with water and mud from Lake Ursu, the cure of the disease was much faster.

Seeing these results, we began the study to find an explanation of the phenomena that occur within the body and which lead to the healing of these conditions.

Following for one year the courses organized by Prof. Dr. Manole Cojocaru (13) in which the human microbiome was presented, I came to the conclusion that these natural remedies discovered by me act on the human microbiota that influence autoimmune, metabolic and neurological disorders.

The use of water and sludge from Sovata, salt water from Călimănești-Căciulata or mud from Techirghiol, allowed the modulation of the skin microbiome to trigger the reactions needed to heal the skin.

However, following the patients who used Deniplant tea in parallel with the aforementioned procedures, we concluded that only modulation of the skin microbiome cannot definitively solve the problem of psoriasis, if it does not intervene on the gut microbiome.

The intestinal microbiome triggers the modulation of the skin microbiome and if it is influenced from the outside, the results can be amplified (14).

This is also deduced from the fact that in psoriasis when intervening with ointments or other medicines for external use, the skin microbiome is affected, but in the long term the changes at that level can negatively affect the intestinal microbiome and hence those reactions of rebaund and  generalization of the disease.

That is why I think we are facing a new discovery, namely a natural modulator of the human microbiome.

This year, in collaboration with the Aide-Sante Clinic, we set up a Biomedicine Center where we are trying to highlight with medical analysis and evidence this possibility of natural modulation of the human microbiome with the help of food.

 

Conclusions

(1) Psoriasis being a common inflammatory skin condition, affecting about 3% of the world population, must be treated multidisciplinary and personalized, the microbiome of each patient being a unique entity that responds in particular to the allopathic and naturalistic treatment.

(2) The realization of functional foods (nutraceuticals) with a dual role of nutrition and health, is a desire of both food producers and those who care about human health, because they can naturally modulate the activity of the human microbiome, restore eubiosis,  the processes of cellular recovery and healing of the body.

Although it is known how and where prebiotics and probiotics work, it is necessary to find ways to personalize them according to the medical condition we want to solve, not being recommended in general.

(3) Future research will focus on the relationship between the human microbiome and cellular apoptosis in other diseases as well as the modulation of the intestinal microbiome with the help of dietary restrictions.

 

Bibliographical references:

1. Dusko Ehrlich.  June 1st, 2011 The next International Human Microbiome Congress organized by MetaHIT will take place in Paris, March 19-21, 2012, at the Palais Brongniart.

2. Julian Edmund Davies FRS is a British microbiologist, professor emeritus, and Principal Investigator of the Davies Lab, at the University of British Columbia.

3. Psoriasis and Microbiota: A Systematic Review.

 Diseases.  2018 Jun;  6 (2): 47. Published online 2018 Jun 2: 10.3390/ diseases6020047 PMCID: PMC6023392 PMID: 29865237

4. Lober C.W., Belew P.W., Rosenberg E.W., Bale G. Patch tests with killed sonicated microflora in patients with psoriasis.  Arch.  Dermatol.  1982; 118: 322-325.  doi: 10.1001 / archderm.  1982.01650170036019.  [PubMed] [CrossRef] [Google Scholar]

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8. Nishijima S, South W, Oshima K, et al.  The gut microbiome of healthy japanese and its microbial and functional uniwueness.  DNA Res 2016;  23: 125-133.

9. Vetizou M, Pitt JM, Daillere R, et al.  Anticancer immunotherapy by CTLA-4 blockade relies on the gut microbiota.  Science 2015;  350: 1079-1084

10. M. Bentivoglio, P. Pacini, Brain Res.  Bull.  38, 161–165 (1995).

11. H. Takahashi-Iwanaga, H. Shimoda, J. Neurocytol.  32, 363–371 (2003).

12. Wang Y, Kuo S, Shy M, Yu j, et al.  Staphylococcus epidermidis in the human microbiome mediates fermentation to inhibit growth pf Propionibacterium acnes: implications of probiotics in acne vulgaris.  Appl Microbiol Biotechnol 2014;  98: 411-424.

13. Conf. Univ.Dr.  Manole Cojocaru-Titu Maiorescu University, Faculty of Medicine, Bucharest

14. chriskresser.com/do-gut-microbes-control-your-food-cravings/

joi, 5 decembrie 2019

Simpozion de medicina integrativa si personalizata: „Dependenta, boala omului modern.”

Simpozion de medicina integrativa si personalizata: „Dependenta, boala omului modern."

Data publicării: 07-11-2019

Simpozion de medicina integrativa si personalizata: „Dependenta, boala omului modern.
Data: 12 decembrie 2019
Locatia: Biblioteca Academiei Romane, Bucuresti

Stimati colegi si dragi colaboratori,

Asociatia Medicala Romana pentru Plasmafereza impreuna cu Facultatea de Medicina a Universitatii „Titu Maiorescu" din Bucuresti, va invita sa participati in data de 12.12.2019 la:

Simpozionul de medicina integrativa si personalizata: „DEPENDENTA, BOALA OMULUI MODERN."

Locul de desfasurare: Aula Ion Heliade Radulescu, a Bibliotecii Academiei Romane, situata pe Calea Victoriei 125, Sector 1, Bucuresti, intrarea facandu-se din Bulevardul Dacia.

Simpozionul se va desfasura intre orele: 10:00-17:30

Taxa unica de participare: 50 lei.

Simpozionul este creditat cu puncte EMC/EFC de catre CMR si CFR.

Se acorda Certificate de Participare numai participantilor care asista integral la simpozion.

Inscrieri la: corina.stefan@carpatia.ro (0731180677),
manole.cojocaru@yahoo.com(0723326663).

Invitam si psihologi, dar si asociatiile care se ocupa cu diverse dependente sa se implice si sa participe activ, suntem deschisi fata de propuneri de dezbateri si mese rotunde.

Va asteptam!

Prof. Manole Cojocaru
Asociatia Medicala Romana pentru Plasmafereza
Cod IBAN: RO82CECEB00130RON4064611
CUI 29184114
CEC BANK SA
S.M.Bucurest
Sursa: Asociatia Medicala Romana pentru Plasmafereza, 07-11-2019, Vizualizari 441
 Agentia Nationala de Presa AgerpresStirile medicale sunt furnizate de Agentia Nationala de Presa "Agerpres", partenerul nostru pe sectiunea de Noutati si Stiri medicale.


Simpozion de medicina integrativa si personalizata: „Dependenta, boala omului modern.
Data: 12 decembrie, 2019
Locatia: Biblioteca Academiei Romane, Bucuresti

Stimati colegi si dragi colaboratori,

Asociatia Medicala Romana pentru Plasmafereza impreuna cu Facultatea de Medicina a Universitatii „Titu Maiorescu" din Bucuresti, va invita sa participati in data de 12.12.2019 la:

Simpozionul de medicina integrativa si personalizata: „DEPENDENTA, BOALA OMULUI MODERN."

Locul de desfasurare: Aula Ion Heliade Radulescu, a Bibliotecii Academiei Romane, situata pe Calea Victoriei 125, Sector 1, Bucuresti, intrarea facandu-se din Bulevardul Dacia.

Simpozionul se va desfasura intre orele: 10:00-17:30

Taxa unica de participare: 50 lei.

Simpozionul este creditat cu puncte EMC/EFC de catre CMR si CFR.

Se acorda Certificate de Participare numai participantilor care asista integral la simpozion.

Inscrieri la: corina.stefan@carpatia.ro (0731180677),
manole.cojocaru@yahoo.com(0723326663).

Invitam si psihologi, dar si asociatiile care se ocupa cu diverse dependente sa se implice si sa participe activ, suntem deschisi fata de propuneri de dezbateri si mese rotunde.

Va asteptam!

Prof. Manole Cojocaru
Asociatia Medicala Romana pentru Plasmafereza
Cod IBAN: RO82CECEB00130RON4064611
CUI 29184114
CEC BANK SA
S.M.Bucuresti


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      La nivel mondial anual sunt peste 6 milioane de decese in urma AVC. La noi in Romania din 60.000 de cazuri de AVC, 54.000 sunt au dus la decese.

      Din acest motiv Deniplant initiaza in anul 2018 programul "O sansa post AVC" alocand  un buget de 5000 euro .

      Astfel punem gratuit la dispozitia celor interesati in limita stocului disponibil, Neuropolen si Polenoplasmin, remedii naturale ce contin agenti antioxidanti, antiinflamatori, aminoacizi, minerale si vitamine naturale , molecule neuroregeneratoare. Aceste componente ofera posibilitati diverse de a potenta si echilibra procesele care au loc la nivelul celulei nervoase si placii neuromusculare, de a accelera regenerarea suturilor nervilor periferici, prin declansarea poceselor de autovindecare de care am vorbit mai sus.

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miercuri, 4 decembrie 2019

GDRP SI VIATA PRIVATA

Respectăm GDPR și viața privată
De pe data de 25 mai 2018, Regulamentul 2016/679/UE privind protectia persoanelor fizice in ceea ce priveste prelucrarea datelor cu caracter personal si privind libera circulatie a acestor date (in continuare "GDPR") va fi aplicat de toate statele Uniunii Europene. Prin GDPR se creaza un cadru legislativ unitar si uniform pe teritoriul Uniunii Europene.

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Polenoderm -remediu natural pentru acnee

Polenoderm 

Datorita compozitiei bogate in aminoacizi, minerale si vitamine naturale, produsul polenoderm ofera posibilitati diverse de a echilibra procesele care au loc la nivelul celulelor tegumentare si a vaselor limfatice consecutive unei infectii, declansand procesele de autovindecare ale organismului.

                Fiind un aliment, nu este atestat medical, insa componentele sale au calitati            curative demonstrate stiintific.

Polenoderm este recomandat in:

Acnee

Acnee stafilococica

Acnee streptococica

Acneea juvenila

Acnee rozacee

Acnee chistica

Acnee vulgara

Acnee severă (acnee conglobată, nodulochistică 

Acnee determinată de medicamente (corticoizi – sistemici şi topici, anticonvulsivante (fenitoin), izoniazide, vitamina B12, steroizi anabolizanti, iodul

Acneea mecanică (traumatisme mecanice – stoarcere, frecare),

Acneea la clor ( atenţie la înotul în bazin şi  piscine clorinate intens

Acnee la detergent (persoane care se spală prea des pe faţă cu detergenti)

Cosuri pe cap

Cosuri pe fata

Cosuri purulente

Cosuri sub piele

Noduli rosii

Foliculite

Furunculi

Furunculoza

Hidrosadenita

Piodermite

Ulciorul(orjeletul)

Limfangita

Cum sa cumpar polenoplasmin

Cum sa cumpar

Pentru a beneficia de GARANTIA DENIPLANT prima data va sugeram sa cumparati remediile pentru o luna de zile.
 
1.Online prin posta sau curier 

  2.De la Centrul de Biomedicina

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joi, 28 noiembrie 2019

Remediile naturale Deniplant

Cercetand atent efectele benefice pentru sanatate ale alimentelor si a altor ingrediente naturale, am creat
 Remediile naturale Deniplant.
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miercuri, 27 noiembrie 2019

Polenoplasmin pentru cainii cu probleme la coloana

POLENOPLASMIN

 FISA MEDICALA

Rasa bichon

Varsta 5 ani

Greutatea pana in 5 kg

Tinut in curte sau la bloc: la bloc

Daca are fisa medicala cu vaccinuri la zi :are fisa si a fost vaccinat in fiecare an

Istoric boli anterioare: nu a avut

Diagnostic actual pus de un medic veterinar:, afectiuni la coloana , paralizie picioare fata.

Cand s-a declansat boala prezenta, brusc sau treptat:  brusc

Tratamente urmate pt acesta:  injectii cu pedinson 

Simptome actuale(paralizie completa sau partiala, mers deplasat, etc): paralizie totala fata

Daca are puncte dureroase sau sensibile de-a lungul coloanei vertebrale. Da la inceputul coloanei

Daca mananca   da

Daca are diaree da

Daca are febra  nu

Daca raspunde la stimuli, intepaturi, mangaieri da

  Istoricul si evolutia bolii sub tratamentul naturist

    Duminica 01.12.13 a inceput usor sa nu se mai miste. A inceput cu plansete, de durere pana nu a mai putut sa se tina pe picioare.

    I-am facut radiografie si medicul a spus ca are mai multe afectiuni la coloana, paralizia lui este pe fata, labutele din fata nu si le mai poate misca deloc.

     Pe 02.12.13 am chemat un alt medic si i-a facut o injectie cu predinson urmand sa il chem a doua zi

      I-am administrat incepand de luni seara preparatul naturist de trei ori pe zi. Marti nu s-a vazut nimic, nici o reactie, ci numai a plans toata ziua. Miercuri dimineata a inceput sa se tarasca la usa sa-l scot afara si dupa ce a facut pisu am vazut ca ar vrea sa se ridice. L-am ajutat sa se ridice insa nu a reusit sa stea singur. Joi dimineata ne-a trezit dand cu labutele in usa semn ca dorea sa iasa afara . Spre bucuria noastra a tuturor catelul statea singur in picioare agitandu-se .L-am dus afara la pisu in brate si lam lasat singur aproape un sfert de ora.

       I-am mai dat inca 6 zile cate doua doze pe zi , apoi nu i-am mai dat deloc pentru ca nu a mai fost cazul.

 

marți, 26 noiembrie 2019

Polenolasmin pentru paralizia animalelor de companie

Polenoplasmin este un remediu natural marca Deniplant care actioneaza ca modulator al microbiomului intestinal la animalele de companie cu afectiuni neurologice.

luni, 25 noiembrie 2019

Centrul de Biomedicina Deniplant-Aide Sante

Centrul de Biomedicina Deniplant-Aide Sante 
Noi facem  medicina anilor 2050 . Descoperim cauzele bolilor care au legatura cu microbiomul intestinal si cu ajutorul nutraceuticelor , acele alimente cu dublu rol , de nutritie si de sanatate, declansam reactiile de autovindecare ale organismului.

joi, 21 noiembrie 2019

Cursul 6 de Medicina Integrativa si Personalizata de: Microbiomul uman si patologia tumorala. 22.11.2019

Cursul 6 de Medicina Integrativa si Personalizata de:

Microbiomul uman si patologia tumorala.

22.11.2019

 

Asociatia Medicala Romana pentru Plasmafereza in parteneriat Facultatea de Medicina a Universitatii "Titu Maiorescu" Bucuresti

 

Coordonatori curs:

Dr. Simona Soare, UTM Bucuresti

Prof. Manole Cojocaru, UTM Bucuresti

                           
Locul de desfasurare : Aula I.H.Radulescu, a Bibliotecii Academiei Romane

 

Program : 09:00-18:00

09:00-10:00 Inscrierea participantilor

09:30-10:20 Disbioza intestinala si infectiile. Rolul probioticelor. Simona Iacob

10:20-11:10 Microbiomul intestinal si boala canceroasa. Actualitati vizand mecanismele etiopatogenetice si rolul benefic al gemoterapiei. Didi Surcel 

11:10-12:00 Microbiomul, entomofagia si alergia. Georgeta Sinitchi

12:00-13:00 Pauza de masa

13:00-13:50 Rolul microbiotei in aparitia si evolutia cancerului. Viviana Roman

13:50-14:40 Nodulii tiroidieni. De la aspectul imagistic la abordarea clinica. Dan Peretianu

14:40-14:50 Pauza de cafea

14:50-15:40 Cancerul si nanotehnologia. Simona Soare

15:40-16:30 Microbiomul la copii. Arina Demian

16:30-17:00 Microbiomul uman si patologia tumorala. De la mit la realitate in secolul 21. Microbiomul intestinal si boala neoplazica.  Manole Cojocaru

17:00-17:30 Nutritia in oncologie: de la mit la realitate. Ce stim si ce nu stim despre modificarile microbiomului in patologia tumorala. Cristina Mocanu

17:30-18:00 Moment artistic sustinut de domnisoara Raluca Barbulescu, studenta anul 2 la master la programul de Kinetoterapie a aparatului locomotor, la Universitatea Spiru Haret. Raluca este in anul 2 la Scoala de arta populara Bucuresti, sectia canto, muzica populara. Canta muzica populara si usoara, scrie poezii, deseneaza portrete si va canta 3 colinde si 2 cantece populare romanesti.

 

 

Cursul este creditat de catre CMR(5), CFR(8).

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Taxa de participare: 50 lei, prin transfer bancar sau la inscriere.

 

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luni, 18 noiembrie 2019

Natural Modulation of Intestinal and Cutanate Microbiome in Patients with Psoriasis

ACADEMY  OF  ROMANIAN  SCIENTISTS
Series on  BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

VOLUME  8 2019 NUMBER  2
ISSN 2285 – 4169

TOPICS: 
Anthropology 
Biochemistry
Biodiversity and nature conservation
Biology of development
Biomedicine
Biotechnology
Cell and molecular biology
Ecology
Genetics and bioevolution
Marine biology
Microbiology
Neurosciences
Plant and animal physiology
Pharmacology
 
Editura
Academiei Oamenilor de Ştiinţă din România
Bucureşti, 2019
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6. Gheorghe GIURGIU, Manole COJOCARU
Natural Modulation of Intestinal and Cutanate Microbiome 
in Patients with Psoriasis  ………………………………………………………

Natural Modulation of Intestinal and Cutanate Microbiome 
in Patients with Psoriasis

Gheorghe GIURGIU1*, Manole COJOCARU2

1 Deniplant Aide-Sante Biomedicine Center, Bucharest
2 Titu Maiorescu University, Faculty of Medicine, Bucharest
* Corresponding author e-mail: deniplant@gmail.com

Abstract
Through the modulatory effect on the body's immune system, the intestinal and cutaneous microbiome exert influences on the skin homeostasis. The microbiome exhibits beneficial actions in the body under conditions of eubiosis, however, when dysbiosis occurs, the microbiome can trigger various autoimmune, metabolic, neurological conditions (eg allergies, eczema, asthma, psoriasis, diabetes, central nervous disorders). This can happen when fragments of microbial DNA cross the intestinal barrier and reach the bloodstream and even into the nervous system. Although modern medicine is trying to modulate the microbiome, to use it for the treatment of certain conditions, this has not been achieved so far. By using antibiotics and other medicines, the microbiome can be severely affected by affecting the health of the body. In the last five years, discoveries in the field of genetics and immunology have allowed the initiation of new studies on the role of the intestinal and skin microbiome in patients with psoriasis. Using natural herbal remedies and fruit tree buds, we developed a natural modulator of the intestinal and cutaneous microbiome with which it was able to slow down and even stop the evolution of psoriasis, without ointments or other drugs and without food restrictions. Thus, the path has been opened to the realization of functional foods (nutraceuticals) with dual role: nutrition and health, which can naturally modulate the activity of the human microbiome, restore the eubiosis, the processes of cell restoration and healing of the organism.
Key words: microbiome, psoriasis, autoimmune diseases, natural remedies, functional foods (nutraceuticals).


Introduction
(1) The paper presents new ways of preventing and treating psoriasis disease through the natural modulation of the intestinal and skin microbiome.
(2) Although psoriasis is a disease that has been present for hundreds of years, dermatology treats it as a strict skin condition and for this reason the treatments are generally aimed at healing the surface skin.  For this reason the cure of the disease is only partial, with multiple relapses and extensions.  Although we are trying to find an effective treatment of internal causes, so far this has not been achieved and for this reason the psoriasis disease is classified as incurable.
(3) With the help of phytotherapy and gemotherapy, respectively with medicinal plants and fruit buds, acting on the dysbiosis of the intestinal and skin microbiome, it can intervene on the immune system and the process of apoptosis of the epithelial cells and by triggering self-healing reactions in the body,  psoriatic lesions disappear by themselves.
(4) During the last five years the discoveries in the genetic and immunological field, have allowed the initiation of new studies regarding the role played by the skin and intestinal microbiome in the patients with psoriasis.  Thus, Golden Staphylococcus or Pyogenes Streptococcus may induce maintenance or exacerbation of psoriasis lesions.  An important role in the occurrence and maintenance of psoriasis lesions is also the microbial flora of the intestine, through the systemic effects exerted by it. Studies have shown increased bacterial diversity in patients with psoriasis compared to healthy subjects, with reduced Actinobacter colonization and predominant cutaneous Firmicutes, which may characterize a phenotype specific to chronic inflammation found in psoriasis. When dysbiosis of the gut microbiome occurs, microbes and metabolites in the gut induce regulatory T cell and lymphocyte reactions, which facilitate an anti-inflammatory response. Studies have also been performed on translocation of some fragments of transgenic DNA into blood samples in patients with psoriasis.  This suggests that new outbreaks of psoriasis may be related to the presence of bacterial DNA circulating in the blood, originating from the intestinal lumen.  Healthy intestinal bacterial composition may reduce intestinal permeability and the risk of bacterial DNA translocation.
Literature review on the topics covered
In the history of mankind, often after a great discovery, it took many years for decision makers in that field to accept and promote the value of discovery. This is what happened with the discovery of the microbiome with which we are contemporaries. In 1958 the biologist Joshua Lederber defined the term "microbiome", for which, at the age of 33, he received the Nobel Prize. Why, for 50 years, the medical world has not given importance to this discovery, and it was not until 2008 that the European project entitled MetaHIT was launched, which led to the discovery that people also differ by the bacteria that live through them, not just by  blood type elements.
Dusko Ehrlich, (1) project coordinator at MetaHIT, explains why the microbiome will play an important role in personalized medicine: ''by analyzing the genes of the organisms that live in us, physicians can identify unique aspects of each patient, which will allow conception  of personalized treatments''.

Another microbiologist, Julian Davies, (2) from the University of British Columbia, states that: "the effort for a better understanding of the microbiome is the most important scientific project of all time".
In 2018 researchers from three countries, Belgium, Holland and Malta wrote a well-documented psoriasis and microbiota: ''Psoriasis and Microbiota: A Systematic Review'' (3).  The purpose of the paper was that, through a thorough review of the literature, to discuss the skin and intestinal microbiota and to redefine their role in the pathogenesis of psoriasis.
1. Following the research, it was concluded that in addition to improving the course of psoriasis, selective modulation of the microbiota can increase the effectiveness of medical treatments, as well as mitigate their side effects. However, no natural modulation of the microbiome was found.
2. In the paper it is said that in the 1980s, suspensions of the Malassezia ovalis mushroom fragments applied to the unaffected skin of patients suffering from psoriasis induced the formation of psoriatic plaques in all 10 subjects tested (4). 
In the same year 1980, being hospitalized with psoriasis in the Military Hospital, I detached psoriasis shells from my head and body and placed them under adhesive tape on healthy skin to see what was happening.  Well those placards that looked alive did nothing but simply dried.  Maybe I didn't select those mushrooms mentioned above.
3. The paper also presents a recent study by Darlenski et al. (5) that provides information on how to improve psoriatic plaques, after treatment with narrowband ultraviolet radiation (NB-UVB), a conventional systemic therapy for  the treatment of psoriasis. Treatment with NB-UVB has already been shown to cause significant changes in the skin microbiota. I also started treatment with ultraviolet rays.  After treatment the skin healed relatively quickly.  But when psoriasis came up again, UV therapy did not work anymore and then it was used for PUVA rays with the ingestion of Psoralen and Meladiline pills (photosensitizers). After several sessions for 45 days, the lesions disappeared, but not from the whole body, but only where there were large surfaces.  I agree that after such treatments with UV or PUVA when the skin is healed and the skin microbiome returns to normal.  But you see, once there are some injuries on the body, it means that the skin's microbiome is not uniform and in some places it remains damaged. I personally believe that until the dysbiosis in the intestinal microbiome is resolved, even if the skin level is resolved, psoriasis is not cured.  It's just that surface resolution.
4. Regarding the interaction of the microbiotherapy with the allopathic treatment, it is stated that: ''The skin microbiota also interacts locally with local treatment in psoriasis''. During the treatment with Deniplant tea if patients used in combination with cortisone ointments, at first there was a heal of lesion healing, but after a short period the lesions returned to the initial stage.  In addition at one point the body seemed to no longer react well to Deniplant tea because of the cortisone.
My conclusion was that I do not go in parallel.  As with treatments with monoclonal antibodies.
5. In the context of psoriasis, the role of diet (often associated with exercise) has often been promoted by virtue of its ability to modulate and improve patients' psoriatic plaques and treatment effectiveness (6,7).
I also observed in patients who used Deniplant tea and who had fasting, either at Easter or at Christmas fasting, a faster improvement of psoriatic lesions, but at the end of the regimen, the lesions appeared again. If patients permanently change their way of life (food) is good, because those relapses no longer occur.
If during the treatment with Deniplant tea the patients had other medical problems and used antibiotics or other drugs, negative changes were also seen in psoriatic lesions.  Any disturbance of the gut microbiome and the immune system has repercussions on psoriasis lesions as well.
Theoretical foundation
Recent studies (2015-2016) of Japanese specialists confirm the importance of the gut microbiome on antitumor immunotherapy and emphasize the importance of eubiosis (8.9).
The skin microbiome influences the functions of T cells in the skin by producing IL-2 but also IL-17 (10) and modulates memory T cells (11).
Dysbiosis of the skin microbiome can be caused by changes in the skin microbiome, alteration of the skin barrier and immune functions, but also dysbiosis of the intestinal mycobiome.
Since 2010 researchers have been seeking to find oral prebiotics and probiotics with which to influence the axis of the intestine-nervous system-skin (12).
Content of the article
As a result of my own experience, during which for 7 years I was ill with psoriasis, I learned how traumatic this disease can be and what psycho-emotional implications it can have.
Although we did repeated treatments in the Central Military Hospital, at first all the lesions disappeared, but as the disease was chronic and the lesions were on larger areas on the body, even after long-term treatments, the injuries did not disappear completely.
The fact that the doctors told me that this disease is incurable, made me look for solutions in herbal medicine and gemotherapy.
After two and a half years of searching and testing on the body, the medicinal plants and buds of the fruit trees have proved to be the only effective remedy in my case against the internal causes that trigger and sustain this disease.
After obtaining a patent for a process for obtaining a herbal extract for the treatment of psoriasis, we founded the Speranța Medical Foundation with the aim of supporting the activities of those who know the mysteries of nature in the field of medicine and their application for human benefit.

Thus, with the help of scientifically used medicinal plants, the foundation has shown that certain so-called incurable diseases (for allopathic medicine) can be ameliorated or even cured.  The cases of cases solved in Romania, and dozens of cases abroad, as well as obtaining the gold medal at the '97 technical news salon, have proved this.
In 2005 the natural remedies discovered by me receive a name: Deniplant - Deniplant brand with the slogan "Health above all" is registered at OSIM-Romania.  Four years later the Deniplant trademark becomes a Community trademark and the current EUIPO (Office of the European Union for Intellectual Property) is registered at OHIM.
The use of the natural remedies Deniplant by the patients attending recovery sessions based on the treatment from Sovata, emphasized that by intervening on the skin with water and mud from Lake Ursu, the cure of the disease was much faster.
Seeing these results, we began the study to find an explanation of the phenomena that occur within the body and which lead to the healing of these conditions.
Following for one year the courses organized by Prof. Dr. Manole Cojocaru (13) in which the human microbiome was presented, I came to the conclusion that these natural remedies discovered by me act on the human microbiota that influence autoimmune, metabolic and neurological disorders.
The use of water and sludge from Sovata, salt water from Călimănești-Căciulata or mud from Techirghiol, allowed the modulation of the skin microbiome to trigger the reactions needed to heal the skin.
However, following the patients who used Deniplant tea in parallel with the aforementioned procedures, we concluded that only modulation of the skin microbiome cannot definitively solve the problem of psoriasis, if it does not intervene on the gut microbiome.
The intestinal microbiome triggers the modulation of the skin microbiome and if it is influenced from the outside, the results can be amplified (14).
This is also deduced from the fact that in psoriasis when intervening with ointments or other medicines for external use, the skin microbiome is affected, but in the long term the changes at that level can negatively affect the intestinal microbiome and hence those reactions of rebaund and  generalization of the disease.
That is why I think we are facing a new discovery, namely a natural modulator of the human microbiome.
This year, in collaboration with the Aide-Sante Clinic, we set up a Biomedicine Center where we are trying to highlight with medical analysis and evidence this possibility of natural modulation of the human microbiome with the help of food.

Conclusions

(1) Psoriasis being a common inflammatory skin condition, affecting about 3% of the world population, must be treated multidisciplinary and personalized, the microbiome of each patient being a unique entity that responds in particular to the allopathic and naturalistic treatment.
(2) The realization of functional foods (nutraceuticals) with a dual role of nutrition and health, is a desire of both food producers and those who care about human health, because they can naturally modulate the activity of the human microbiome, restore eubiosis,  the processes of cellular recovery and healing of the body.
Although it is known how and where prebiotics and probiotics work, it is necessary to find ways to personalize them according to the medical condition we want to solve, not being recommended in general.
(3) Future research will focus on the relationship between the human microbiome and cellular apoptosis in other diseases as well as the modulation of the intestinal microbiome with the help of dietary restrictions.

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