Supplements for Autoimmune Disease

Posted by J on 02/07/2007

Is this your newest protocol for fighting autoimmune disease like graves disease or lupus? If so can you post it to Earth Clinic. I was set on giving her the borox, vitamin d and magnesium chloride. Which is preferred? J

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
383 posts

The newest ones for me is borax in hydrogen peroxide. It is likely that 1/4 or 1/8 teaspoon of borax in 1 liter of water, plus 30 drops of 3% food grade H2O2, usually 5 days out of a week. This is the main one. Plus d-Mannose 250-500 mg twice a day. Chlorella/spirulina is needed to remove heavy metals and essential. 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda in 1/2 glass of water taken twice a day, or a better 1/2 teaspoon baking soda plus 1/16 teaspoon of potassium in 1/2 glass of water twice a day, at least. Baking soda is most helpful, but borax is to kill the mycoplasma and nanoinsect, if there was one, it should rid of the major issues of lupus. Vitamin D and magnesium are supportive remedies. You can check the lupus page for more details, too. I need to remind, that alkalization and borax remains central to healing. d-Mannose (also from cranberries) and xylitol are the newest remedy. I am currently looking into xylitol and it seems promising. To do try that, I would add 1 teaspoon of xylitol to the borax and hydrogen peroxide solution in one liter. Of course mannose can be used in synergy. The body's liver uses the mannose to form mannose binding lectin to attached to offending organism and allowing white blood cells to consume that. Xylitol might work in similar fashion on lectin, but likely that xylitol prevents the pathogens from attaching to healthy cells killing it from forming colonies. Ted