Sister in Law Suffering From Since She Was Teen
Hello my name is Veronica and my sister in law has lupus since she was a teen and she is now 24 yrs old.. anyway, the doctor's have not even her any more hope and sent her home to die.......that to me is very sad!!! she is still strong at times and has hope of beating this disease. she has a bad heart and about 25% of use of her liver. My question is if she does follow all the instructions on how to cure lupus, could it make her organs worse then what they are right now or will it rebuild her organs better...I ask because the doctor's told her she cannot take certain vitamins because it could damage more her heart and liver........please reply asap....this is very important.. Thank You Sincerely Yours Veronica
Could it make her organs worse then what they are right now or will it rebuild her organs better...I ask because the doctor's told her she cannot take certain vitamins because could damage more her heart and liver
In this case you start with treating the liver first. Start with eating granulated lecithin (two tablespoon with every meal) mixed with food first in your diet. The lecithin is well know for getting rid of toxins in the liver while increasing or promoting healthy liver functions.
The next step is to take water soluble vitamins, in particular the vitamin B complex, 200 mg. each of B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, and 200 mcg of B12. The other B complex you may acquire from just taking plenty of brewer's yeast. The dose can be divided at twice a day if you wish, anytime would be o.k., such as once in morning and another in the early afternoon.
Take some lemon juice without sugar or anything, but you can add water. Lemon juice is also well known in supportive liver function. If you see improvement which you should do, then you can move on to the other things such as selenium, kyolic garlic, zinc acetate, manganese sulfate, which are important in normalizing the immune functions.