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Can You Advise Me on Lupus and the Lesions I Have?

Posted by Chantelle (West Hampstead, London) on 03/30/2012

Hi Ted, My name is Chantelle and I was diagnosed with discoid lupus in 1999, I subsequently developed systemic features after 8-9 years. I have a large lesion on the left side of my nostril due to a failed skin graft in 1999 to rectify a small lesion. I was subsequently diagnosed with lupus although not until 2001. I have had the large lesion on my right temple since the age of 14 that was initially diagnosed as ringworm but never went away, but has expanded over the years, which looks pink with dry flaky skin in the shape of a circle. I have a lesion on my nose covering my left nostril which is dry and flaky with a craggy edge. I also have lesion in both ears and a lesion on my cheek and forehead. I have attached a picture to this email.

I have read many of your post with regards to treatments for lupus. I believe that I might have a leaky gut that has resulted in discoid lupus, although I do experience systemic symptoms such as tiredness, swelling of joints, ears, face, stomach aches etc. I have purchased Baking Soda, Hydrogen Peroxide 3%, borax, chlorella, Bentonite Clay and would like to confirm the amounts and whether you suggest something else. I have been precribed vitamin D and am taking vitamin c in powdered form. I have been drinking Irish Moss with linseed for the last couple of weeks. Thank you very much and I appreciate you taking time to help. Bless you, Chantelle

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

After you do the bentonite clay to suck out the lupus, you have to apply urea 40% solution and 60% water, to help it heal, it also helps if urea is taken internally. The average dose is between 5 grams to 20 grams a day, but I think is doable at 10 to 11 grams, as 2 grams x 5 mixed with vitamin C and some baking soda mixed with it, This will help the healing. Lupus is a simple fungus, and this is one of the stronger treatments to kill this sort of fungus, and it works better than hydrogen peroxide and borax. The urea (it contains double bonds) has nitrogen and this is responsible for most of its antibiotic powers, Not to say that hydrogen peroxide 1% mixed with borax (1 teaspoon) on the skin is useless, but it may be more useful if urea is also added, There are many recipes for lupus, but this will do as a topical solution.

But for internal purposes urea and one capful of 3% Hydrogen peroxide, 1/8 teaspoon of borax in a large glass of water is the dose I will use internally. Some people who have loss of appetite, I suggest B50 taken until appetite increases. To help the skin heal mostly is the aloe vera oil, applied very lightly is enough after the bentonite, but coconut will help. To help healing two supplements will help, such as 1000 mg x 3 lysine and N Acetyl cysteine 250 mg x 2.