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Daughter Diagnosed with Lupus

Posted by Louise on 11/17/2006

HELLO, TED I'M WRITING TO YOU CAUSE I'M TO THE POINT WHERE I DONT KNOW WHAT ELSE TO DO. HERE'S MY STORY, MY DAUGHTER WAS DIAGNOSED W/LUPUS SLE WHEN SHE WAS 11YOA. THE SYMTOMS AT THE TIME WAS BUTTERFLY RASH, EXCESSIVE WEIGH LOST, SEVERE FATIGUE, SO SHE WAS IMMEDIATLY PUT ON HIGH DOES OF PREDNISONE, CYTOXIN ONCE A WEEK FOR A YR / CURRENTLY SHES ON 1. PREDNISONE 20MG 2. PLAQUENIL 3. LAXIS CAUSE OF EXCESSIVE EDEMA 3. UROCIT-K DUE TO KIDNEY STONE PROBLEMS 4. SHE WAS ON CELLCEPT BUT I TOOK HER OFF MYSELF, CAUSE OF THE SEVERE SIDE EFFECTS, WHAT I CAN'T SEEM TO UNDERSTAND PEOPLE ARE PUT ON THESE MEDS, BUT ALL OF THEM HAS SOME SORT OF SIDE EFFECTS, WHY CAN'T A MEDICATION BE MADE WITHOUT SIDE EFFECTS, IT'S ALL TOXINS. DOESN'T TAKE A ROCKET SCIENTIST TO SEE THAT THE PHARMACUTUAL INDUSTRY IS JUST INTERESTED IN KEEPING THE PEOPLE SICK, NOT THE LEAST INTERSTED IN FINDING A CURE. I'VE NEVER BEEN SICK OR HEARD OF LUPUS , MY FAMILY NEVER HAD A PROBLEM, TIL THIS, NOW IN AND OUT OF HOSPITALS, HER BEING IN PAIN, THEY DON'T SEEM LIKE THEY KNOW WHAT THEY ARE DOING, JUST DRUGGING HER W/PAIN KILLERS AND HIGH TOXICITY MEDS WHICH AT THE SAME TIME COVERING THE PROBLEM AND THEN WILL DAMAGE HER IN THE LONG RUN, WELL PRETTY MUCH SHE'S BEEN ADDMITTED SEVERAL TIMES.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
383 posts

Dear Louise: I have had private conversations of the so-called "butterfly rash". And I have seen real cures without the use of medicine, or minimal use of it from your said conditions.

This "butterfly rash", which I call it personally double spots (on the cheeks of opposite sides) are commonly misdiagnosed as a vague disease called lupus. Yes and they have lupic cells test to prove it, but we will discuss this theoretical consideration later.

The cause I found was, a possibly misdiagnosis of the condition of lupus but it is more closely overlap in line with another condition called rosacea, for which happily there is a cure (although the authorities) are not going to admit that there is a cure unless everyone knows about it. Then they will grudgingly admit that there is possibly an unproven treatment that MAY work. However, I have as yet to perfect a complete cure of this condition without wasting weeks on end to cure it. I need a faster way. So far it takes for me less than a week, to see clear improvement anyway.

Even if it was lupus and not rosacea, it doesn't matter what you call it. The treatment at least from a natural therapy point of view is the same thing. They might be correct in calling your condition a lupic cells as evidence. Yes I am aware of this! But had it occur to them that lupic cells exists in symbiosis with a nano insects? If that is the case than the nano-insects are much easier to kill then the more vague lupic cells. However for me these vague lupic cells can be reduced by at least 90% about one month, just taking zinc acetate, selenium supplements, some magnesium, garlic, and plenty of vitamin B complex. Major improvements I have noted, within the next day even if doctors med were stopped cold turkey. That is my experience, but you don't have to accept my word for this.

The most important clue is that you need to record the daily urinary pH as an alkaline between 6-7 throughout the treatment and after treatment even if they were indeed cured. Most people with your said condition, can be greatly helped in warding off much easier if the urinary pH were in alkaline condition. These lupic cells, seem to love acid, but hate alkaline. The simplest alkaline substance that is within reach for most people is the baking soda. Normally the 1/4 teaspoon baking soda, with 1/2 glass of water, taken twice a day is hardly enough for people with this condition. Therefore, you add the dose (after 30 minutes of taking this) if the pH were not within the range you desire. For children usually between 12-18, it appears to be about 1 teaspoon of it, but you have to do this by trial and error and find the exact dose yourself needed to get the ideal urinary pH.

In my opinion, based on the behavior of the rosacea or lupus (butterfly type), I do not wish to get into any long debates. I want to express my opinion that this condition is one of what I call nano-insects. Whatever the argument, there IS a cure. You just going to have to try a little harder.

The method of treatment, after some perfection for the last couple of days are as follows, after you do proper alkalization, and supplementation.

To kill the nano-insects, you need to find camphorated lotion (e.g. 10% camphor) or get camphor powder and mix this with orange oil.

Orange oil kills all kinds of insect, regardless of what kind. The problem about such use is that the orange oil causes skin irritation.

To stop the skin irritation you need camphor mixed into it. Assuming, for most people, they WILL not find the raw materials.

The best way out is to find some "ready made" products in your local drug store and aromatherapy shops and improvise. Therefore, in one tablespoon of 10% camphorated lotion, you add 5 drops of orange oil and possibly 3 drops of lavender oil.

Before you actually do this, you need to apply in unimportant areas as a test. Usually this "butterfly rash", will have red spots in your hands or arms. Apply that area FIRST. If the redness and irritation is reduced, then apply a small dot in the face. If that causes no irritation, then you are ready to go to the next stage.

Apply this around like a "ring formation" around the eyes (like a guy with the glasses, and a ring formation around the ears.

This is done to prevent the nano-insects from movement in these vicinities to cause pus that I have noted or cause eye and ear irritations, whenever you apply the said topical treatments in other areas.

They do go and cause major eye and ear irritations and sometimes pus. Of course pus can be dried up almost instantly if that should happen by taking milk of magnesia, or on crystal of sodium thiosulfate, or even 1 teaspoon of baking soda + 1 teaspoon of sea salt in one glass of water.

Apply the said lotion about 4 times at 15 minutes apart. That should be enough to kill most of them. The next step is they do release what they call endotoxin or bacteria, in which case a topical application of another product, (any product) that have neomycin sulfate and zinc antibiotics (e.g. zinc chloride, zinc acetate, zinc bacitracin) and another antibiotics which you can take temporarily that seems to work well is either ampicillin or a stronger amoxicillin (one or twice is o.k., of you are not allergic to it of course).

The next day most of this butterfly rash will be gone. The only medicine you might need to stop the skin irritation, but not every time, but you will in the beginning for 1 or 2 days, in my opinion is plaquenil. Others don't seem to help - again my opinion. I hope this information helps.


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