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Posted by R on 01/20/2008

re: Discoid Lupus. Ted,' Would it be possible for you to post a daily regimen for those of us that are suffering from this condition. I have read the posts but find myself confused as to what to drink daily, apply topically daily and also which supplements I should be taking daily. I think this would be a great help and I would appreciate it tremendously! Thanks.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
385 posts

Thank you for your suggestion.

The daily regimen short form as best as I can, if there is any problem here, just tell me.

Assuming I have a lupus, this is what I will do:

I will need to alkalize first with 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda in 1/2 glass of water taken twice a day, once in the morning and once before sleep. Some people find it inconvenient and take 1 teaspoon in the late afternoon in 1 glass of water all at once. I think that's too strong for someone, but that's how it is done.

The vitamin B complex regimen is needed here. A minimum of B50 taken every other day twice a day.

A borax 1/4 teaspoon is mixed in one liter of drinking water for men. If possible 10-20 drops of 3% H2O2 food grade I may add to increase the effectiveness in the killing power of the mycoplasma. A woman seems to need a lower dose, and it seems 1/8 teaspoon is for them, but if they can handle the 1/4 teaspoon it seems to work itself best, still a 10-20 drops of H2O2 3% is still added here also, depending upon individual tolerances. This is taken ideally for about 5 days out of a week. In some cases the nanobugs are in existence so the bugs will come out of the skin causing irritation, usually on the third or fourth day. But if the nanobugs are dead, there is still and unknown mycoplasma that is still present, but usually effectively suppessed with borax. I personally suspect addng xylitol to the one liter of drinking water such as 1/2 teaspoon at the very least would further help prevent the unknown mycoplasma from attaching to healthy cells and further the kill. A larger dose of 2 teaspoon I think of xylitol is needed if it is added into the 1 liter of drinking water, but I don't use it to prevent possible laxative effect, and hence I will initially start with 1/2 teaspoon. If there's no problem I may add the xylitol dose more to 2 teaspoon to increase some killing effect.

A magnesium citrate is taken at 500 mg, and is taken for 5 days out of a week. A zinc gluconate 50 mg is usually taken once every three days, to increase the immunity.

500 mg of sodium ascorbate vitamin C is taken 5 days out of a week.

A chlorella/spirulina is taken once every three days, seems to be quite fine for most people. The body has a limited capacity to detoxify and hence why it is needed to be taken once every three day. This will chelate heavy metals out and help increase the immunity.

d-Mannose supplement 250 mg three times a day to further prevent lupus cell from attaching to healthy cells and reproduce may be helpful and therefore optional. If a mannose can't be found, I may consider drinking 1/2 cup in 1 glass of water x 4 times a day of cranberry juice, which is high in d-mannose. In my opinion I like to dilute the cranberry juice with plenty of water to prevent sugar spikes, which I think 1/2 cup in a glass of water would be sufficient. More d-mannose is needed so I might increase the dose to up to 1000 mg x three times a day later, if there is no laxative effects from d-mannose.

I would take a once or twice a week multiple vitamins and minerals are needed to prevent a deficiency should cover most potential problems.

Amino acid supplements to prevent general deficiency is taken twice a week, it's usually available in many kinds but the one single amino acid that I am most interested in addition to that is the 250 mg of N Acetyl Cysteine and the glutathione supplements taken once a day to help liver detoxification.

It should be noted that most benefits I found from lupus comes from the baking soda, borax, hydrogen peroxide, and d-mannose and quite possibly xylitol. The other is needed since energy and overall health is important to further fight against the lupus I have seen to be helpful.

No drinking of tap water as I have seen the metal contaminant from the tap water to worsen the lupus. Most bottled water I may use, such as spring water as a drinking water. It seems to cause the least problem and further the recovery.

Overall immunity were seen to increase by me from taking some flaxseed oil, usually one teaspoon mixed with one tablespoon of granulated lecithin taken at least once a day. If granulated lecithin can't be found, perhaps cottage cheese might help emulsify the fats of the flaxseed oil for further bioavailability. If cottage cheese or granulated lecithin can't be found, I will mix the flaxseed (cold-press) one teaspoon with the food. The flaxseed is I will take once a day taken only 5 days out of a week.

There is a missing link to the lupus remedy that resulted in a complete cure which came from the addition of a herbal tincture remedy that I have not yet found out, but perhaps some experimentation by me of black walnut tincture, olive leaf extract, or other preparations may help too. One unconfirmed case that was helped seems to be help by black salve, but I doubt its effectiveness as it also causes side effects gastrointestinal and bloating stomach.

Those are the major regimen, updated to some extent that I have found to be helpful.

If there is any points unclear please feel free to email me.