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

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Had Lupus for the Past 20 Years

Posted by M. on 08/12/2009

Hi Ted. i have been reading your responses and my god why have i not found your page before?!!!!! anyway i hope you will beable to help me.i was told i had Lupus when i was 14 i am now 34. i really dont feel like i have Lupus or anything wrong with me most of the time. i jog i exercise i dont have any pain i eat what ever ,i do what ever. when i was 21 at uni, Lupus flared up really badly which required me to have chemo, then i had a stroke, from that flare up it affected my Kidneys i was on the dialysis machine for about 3 months for the past 10 years it was about my kidneys but now the kidneys is ok and i my left eye is affected, it is hazy.i have had tests done and i was told it is not Lupus but the Prednislone, which i have been on for a long time. i am currently taking 3 500mg cellcepts twice a day and 5mg Prednislone, i take other supplements such as fish oil capules, biotin, and a product called EnerGfood capsules available in Australia. i dont want to take any more man made drugs and i dont want Lupus. is there something i can take or do that will get rid of this?

also Ted, due to previous late dosages of Prednislone when i was first diagnose my skin i think you can say has strecthed is there something i can do to get rid of it? i would so love to hear from you.

Thanks heaps

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

In another email you mentioned about regeneration of kidneys. This is only possible if the body does not have excessive calcium, which seems to block cell to regenerate normally. The other thing is to helps cels repair itself is to make sure the kidney pH is around 7-7.35. Which is close to the pH of the blood. Normally if a urine pH is acid, it tends to digest the kidneys, which is about the same thing that happens when we eat food. I usually treat the lupus approach as if it's a fungus condition since they tend to respond to fungal remedies the best. Most important about kidney to heal therefore requires equal amounts of baking soda or sodium bicarbonate and some potassium citrate. The remedy requires 1 teaspoon of baking soda, plus 1/2 or 1 teaspoon of potassium citrate twice a day for tough lupus cases. The second important factor appears to be some borax is needed, such as 1/8 teaspoon of borax in a liter of drinking water to 1/4 teaspoon, once a day. Usually it's taken 5 days a week, but some people feel they need to take it everyday. The weakening energy is mostly helped with a weekly or in some cases daily dose of vitamin B50, or B complex. The lysine seems to be helpful in some regeneration, along wtih vitamin C, such as 600 mg x 4, of lysine plus 500 mg of vitamin C sodium ascorbate. Some aloe vera oil drops taken daily seems to help and in some cases bloodroot tincture drops 1 drop or 2 drops 3 or 4 times a day also helped. I prefer the alcohol in a bloodroot to be ethanol alcohol which is like vodka as opposed to the more toxic methanol used in some tincture solutions.