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

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Remedies to Cure Lupus

Posted by Albert on 02/27/2007

I'm a spouse of a newly diagnosed lupus patient, I've read your advice and remedies. And i'm so concerned for my wife, and her health! She recently has been suffering with pain on the arm (left)From the fingers to the elbow. Our doctor has only advised to take tylenol extra strength. Is there something I can do, or prepare for?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

Dear Albert: Tylenol strength temporarily relieves the pain, but in the long term will worsen the condition. The possible treatment based on lengthy trial and error is 1/4 teaspoon of borax per liter of water taken throughout the day along with zinc, selenium and vitamin b complex, and plenty of orange oils.

Of course the bugs will surface on the skin in some black dots but die off fairly quickly after continuous taken for about a week or two. It will lead to skin irritations when bugs die off and lavender oil is the best remedy plus quite a bit of alkalizing such as up to 2 teaspoon of baking soda to neutralize the toxins in 1/2 glass of water taken at least twice a day. The detailed protocol of this is beyond what I can answer in this email, but you need to wipe off these superbugs or nanoinsects with an alcohol solution (stings quite a bit) to relieve of the itching, but vinegar can also help too. The joint pain is really much due to symbiosis between the nanoinsects and the mycoplasma or fungus. The pain is very much coming from the mycoplasma toxins. Eucalyptus, lavender and tea tree oil all have anti mycoplasma properties, but it is the borax that kills off both the nanoinsects and the mycoplasma.

Of course if you are looking to be temporarily relieved pain can be done with frequent topical application of pure lavender oil mixed with tea tree oil, at least every 15 minutes for 20 times. The pain should reduced, if not, eucalyptus oil plus lavender oil is another alternative.

I would much prefer regular aspirin as the chemical, acetylsalicylates tend to kill the bugs that is causing the conditions. Usually taken 2 tablets per dose maybe once or twice a day depending on the pain. It is relatively more beneficial as it kills the bugs that is causing the problem.

One other possibility is the 6 drops of 3% hydrogen peroxide in 1 glass of water taken every 1 hour for at least 5 times can also kill the fungus. However it is the frequency of application that is needed to at least reduce the pain. To effect a cure, I think the frequency is needed, but of course I think with some sea salt added such as 1/4 teaspoon of natural sea salt in one liter of water, THEN adding 6 drops of 3% H2O2 will work better.