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What is lupus?

Lupus is an autoimmune disease that involves the activation of the immune system against the body itself which is hosted and causes inflammation and damage of various kinds to the skin, the heart, blood vessels, the brain, and even to the joints. There is no definitive cure for this disorder, but it can be brought under control through the use of our specific natural treatments which weaken its symptoms and eradicate the disease. The scientific community has not yet succeeded in explaining what exactly lupus is or what are the causes that lead to its development, but according to the studies carried out, it has been understood that to contract it, one must be genetically predisposed. Be careful, this is not a genetic disease, but a disorder whose predisposition is hereditary, which means that it will not necessarily manifest itself during life.

Natural herbal treatment

Our natural treatment for Lupus contains all the essential elements to purify, protect, regulate, replenish, and regenerate the body. It also has regulatory, protective, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, micronutrient, immuno-restorative elements. It is made up of plants that stimulate the detoxification process, as well as externally, to nourish dry skin. Click on the image below to discover our natural treatment

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The signs and symptoms of lupus that you experience will depend on the bodily systems affected by the disease. The most common signs and symptoms are:

  • Tired
  • Fever
  • Joint pain, stiffness, and swelling
  • A butterfly-shaped rash on the face that covers the cheeks and bridge of the nose, or rashes elsewhere on the body
  • Skin lesions that appear or worsen with exposure to the sun ( photosensitivity )
  • Fingers and toes that turn white or blue when exposed to cold or during times of stress (Raynaud's phenomenon)
  • Shortness of breath
  • Chest pain
  • Dry eyes
  • Headache, confusion, and memory loss


Diagnosing lupus is difficult because the signs and symptoms vary greatly from person to person. The signs and symptoms of lupus can vary over time and overlap with those of many other disorders.

No test can diagnose lupus. The combination of blood and urine tests, signs and symptoms, and physical examination results leads to the diagnosis.

Laboratory tests

Blood and urine tests may include:

  • Complete blood countThis test measures the number of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets as well as the amount of  hemoglobin, a protein in red blood cells. The results may indicate that you have anemia, which commonly occurs in lupus. A low number of white blood cells or platelets can also occur in lupus.
  • Sedimentation rateThis blood test determines how quickly red blood cells settle to the bottom of a tube within an hour. A faster than normal rate may indicate a systemic disease, such as lupus. The sedimentation rate is not specific to any disease. It can be high if you have lupus, an infection, another inflammatory condition, or cancer.
  • Kidney and liver assessmentBlood tests can check how well your kidneys and liver are working. Lupus can affect these organs.
  • UrinalysisExamining a sample of your urine may show an increase in protein or red blood cells in the urine, which can occur if lupus has affected your kidneys.
  • Antinuclear antibody test (ANA)A positive test for the presence of these antibodies indicates a stimulated immune systemWhile most people with lupus have a positive ANA test, most people with a positive ANA do not have lupus. If your test is positive for ANA, your doctor may recommend a more specific antibody test.

Imaging tests

If your doctor suspects that lupus is affecting your lungs or heart, they may suggest:

  • Chest x-rayAn image of your chest may reveal abnormal shadows that suggest fluid or inflammation in your lungs.
  • EchocardiogramThis test uses sound waves to produce real-time images of your beating heart. He can check for problems with your valves and other parts of your heart.


Lupus can harm your kidneys in different ways, and treatments may vary depending on the type of damage that occurs. In some cases, it is necessary to test a small sample of kidney tissue to determine what might be the best treatment. The sample can be obtained with a needle or through a small incision.

skin biopsy is sometimes done to confirm a diagnosis of lupus affecting the skin.

Here are some home-made natural remedies to fight lupus

1. Carrot, celery, and linseed oil

These three medicinal foods are very beneficial to our health. In this case, they can be very useful in the fight against lupus thanks to their anti-inflammatory and depurative propertiesIn addition, they are foods rich in vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids.

In the morning, on an empty stomach, we will have a glass of carrot and celery juice. We will add a spoonful of flaxseed oil (15 ml). Half an hour later, we can have our breakfast as usual.

We will take it for at least 15 days in a row and repeat its use depending on the results.

2. Garlic and lemon

Garlic and lemon are two healing superfoods that blend together seamlessly to fight lupus and many other conditions. Both foods add antibiotic, anti-inflammatory and cleansing benefits, in addition to improving circulation.


From 1 to 5 cloves of garlic (we will increase and decrease the quantity)

Juice of one lemon

Preparation and consumption

Crush the garlic cloves then mix them with the lemon juice.

Consume this remedy for 21 days and then take a 10 or 15 daybreak.

Then start again, and observe the positive effects on your health.

3. Coconut milk and turmeric

This medicinal drink, in addition to being delicious, brings many benefits to our health. Thanks to its content of vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids, coconut and turmeric milk are antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and analgesic.

We can take this remedy anytime to see a big improvement quickly.

For more information, please contact our experts at:

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