Holistic Therapy: Lupus (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus) - Ted's Q&A

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Posted by O (Canada) on 12/13/2007

Hi Ted, thank-you for your time. I wrote to you before. I'm 44 yrs old with acute discoid lupus. After going on site, I've discovered a natural drug called Lupazol tm. Do you know anything about this drug ? I am taking 250mg of plaqunil daily. Would taking the lupazol with the plaquinil have side effects. Do you think it would help my condition?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

Olive: Most known lupus that people are familiar with is the use of lyconutrients, in which Lupazol is one of them. However, my experience has been that it is quite helpful, at least initially, but the lupus is not cured. The only known information of a cure was the use of borax, baking soda and hydrogen peroxide, with an unknown herbal remedy tincture that I am looking into that had a complete cure. Someone has used black salve, dissolved with plenty of water may have killed the rest of lupus, although I don't recommend them as it causes gastrointestinal problems (bulging stomach), and the curing of lupus is not 100% confirmed. As to the plaquenil, it is a problem that seemed to cause partial blindness and prednisolone might be a bit more benign, but a slow wean off is helpful in the long run. Whatever I do, the single most important element is to get the body to be alkaline first, with added hydrogen peroxide and borax. And if a herbal remedy is added, such as black walnut tincture, licorice extract or some other anti parasitic herbal medication is the best bet, at least for me to find the complete cure. Therefore, some use of plaquenil or prednisolone may help, but in the long run they needed to be discontinued somehow.