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Supplements to Cure Lupus

Posted by S on 04/02/2007

Hi. I was tested a few years ago for lupus and both my ANA and ENA test came back positive. I was going to a specialist that did not do anything for me. I have not gone back. I get skin rashes on my body, bad pains in my bones all over my body, I'm always tired to the point where I don't even want to move, I have a heart mummer and get palpitations (I don't know if it's related or not but started having that problem about the time I started getting joint pains). It has gotten worse over time. What supplements should I take for this?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

The pains and rashes are caused by a tiny insect like organism (nanoinsects) and the mycobacterium (fungus). Once these are gone, there is another yet unidentified organism that I still need to determine, but the condition should appreciably be reduced that most people are quite happy, if baking soda and borax is at least used.

Usually for men the dose is around 1/4 teaspoon of borax mixed in one liter of water, and divide this in 3 equal doses. These should be taken for about 3 or 4 days initially to kill the bugs. If bugs will die, and may cause some black spots on the skin in some case and should be taken, in my opinion twice or three times a week for about 2 months. The pain should reduced.

However, 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda is needed also taken twice or three times a day mixed in 1/2 glass of water. This is critical and the dose should be increase to achieve the targeted urinary pH of about 7. If you don't have it, usually 1/2 teaspoon baking soda taken twice a day helps.

Vitamin D3, is about 20,000 i.u. is taken for about a month or two, plus magnesium citrate for example 250 mg. This is important since I noticed seasonal variations of lupus worsen during winter of people living in areas where there is less sun.

Lavender oil will reduce most of the rashes, but remember, these rashes move around trying to avoid lavender oil when applied. They are active organism since it kill them too, but borax does most of the killing along with baking soda to reduce the pain too.

Some people with lupus used medrol and plaquenil. A natural substitute for medrol is DHEA 25 mg, and a natural substitute for plaquenil, I think is artemisia.

Heavy metals seems to be the food feeding the growth of the lupus condition, and fresh coriander (chinese parsley) is taken if possible.

It is very important to avoid white flour, sugar, soda pop, pizza, meats, and focus on eating light salads and light meals during the dinner. Gluten free food is ideal, but in practice, they are hard to do.

Taking borax after the second or third day should see improvements. If so the borax and baking soda you can add anywhere between 3-12 drops of hydrogen peroxide 3% in 1 glass of water to strengten the kill and further reduce the pain. Most of the pain I think is due to mycobacterium which exists around the joints and borax has consistently helped in many cases, but sugar must always be avoided as they provide food.

Sodium ascorbate vitamin C 1000 mg. and some zinc acetate 50 mg taken once a week also helps. Eating orange peels, also helps, but most people don't seem to like the taste, but this is optional. It seems to kill the nanoinsects.

Many people were cured mostly to manageable levels that there is no lupus, or small amounts that they are now happy with.'