LUPUS: Plants, Herbs, Natural 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.

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The  Lupus is an autoimmune disease that, in short, can be described as a malfunction of the immune system: cells, tissues and healthy organs are identified as foreigners, they will be attacked by the immune system. Lupus is a complex disease: the symptoms can be mistaken for superficial health problems, but there are cases when the symptoms of lupus appear suddenly and unpredictably, becoming more and more severe. Unfortunately, there is no well-defined pattern of how the disease manifests itself: symptoms can be mild or aggressive, temporary or permanent. 

Any autoimmune disease is a sign of general intoxication. This is the body's response to all the harmful factors we are exposed to on a daily basis. There are several very effective natural remedies for curing Lupus. They will help you find quick and lasting relief. 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, immunoreconstituent elements. It is made up of plants that stimulate the detoxification process, as well as externally, to nourish dry skin. Thanks to this natural remedy, you will eliminate the toxins accumulated over time in your colon. 

Because lupus is an immune disease, the patient's food will need to contain minerals, vitamins, bioflavonoids, enzymes: unprocessed fruits and vegetables, mushrooms, grains, shells, eggs, eggplants, garlic, onions, fresh cabbage, broccoli, cherries, onions, almonds, sunflower seeds, wheat and barley leaves, wheat and barley sprouts, yogurt, kefir, fish, fresh juice from seasonal fruits.

On the other hand, canned foods, smokes, sausages and foods containing additives will be eliminated. It is recommended to drink in the morning, on an empty stomach, a cup of hot water. The mental state of the patient is recommended for sufficient rest and physical exercises.

What is Lupus Erythematosus?

Lupus erythematosus can manifest systemically or in the cutaneous phase as incomplete lupus erythematosus. There are four main types of lupus erythematosus: systemic lupus, discoid (cutaneous) lupus, drug-induced lupus, and neonatal lupus.

The systemic lupus erythematosus  (SLE)  is the most common form, but also the more serious the condition. In the most severe phase, the immune system mistakenly attacks the tissues of the skin, joints, kidneys and brain.

The most common causes of systemic lupus erythematosus have been found in women. SLE is most commonly seen in people between the ages of 15 and 44. Men or people of any sex younger or older than 15 or 44, respectively, cannot be sure that they cannot have lupus, as the causes of this disease of the immune system are not yet determined.

In addition to the  symptoms  already mentioned, the systemic disease of lupus erythematosus is also associated with:

  • whitening or fingering of fingers and toes during hectic and stressful periods (Raynaud's phenomenon);
  • short, rapid breaths (inability to breathe normally, as well as pain when breathing deeply);
  • drying of the protective membrane of the eyes (itching);
  • headache, confusion and memory loss.

What are the symptoms of lupus?

There are certain symptoms with a higher rate of manifestation, such as:

  • chest pain when the patient takes a deep breath;
  • pain or swelling in the joints (especially the joints of the fingers, hands, knees);
  • mouth ulcer (it is manifested by the loss or deterioration of the lining of the oral cavity);
  • fever (which cannot be associated with any other cause);
  • excessive hair loss;
  • Fatigue and general state of weakness and discomfort;
  • photosensitivity (sensitivity to the sun, in turn, can occur in different ways depending on the patient and can be caused by different factors, including changes in the location of autoantibodies and tumor necrosis factor-alpha);
  • skin irritation;

Lupus: Alternative Treatments

Any autoimmune disease is a sign of general intoxication. This is the body's response to all of the harmful factors we are exposed to on a daily basis. Therefore, the first change should be made to the diet. 

In patients with systemic lupus erythematosus, the estrogen level increases dramatically, which is why it is advisable to eliminate meat and especially dairy products, but also other types of animal fats that lead to an increase in estrogen levels in the body. Neither soy milk nor soy products are recommended. You can eat almond milk, rice milk, coconut milk, quinoa, etc.   

The list of foods to consume with caution includes eggplants, potatoes, tomatoes, as they contain solanine, a substance that increases joint pain and promotes access to disease. Beans and mushrooms contain amine and hydrazine compounds that can intensify the symptoms of the disease. 

Cauliflower, melons, carrots, bananas, broccoli, blueberries, asparagus, papaya, chicory, whole rice, apricots, strawberries, currants, Brussels sprouts, cucumbers and many more are delicious and healthy foods that balance the body. Lemons neutralize intestinal acid, balancing the pH, which is why we recommend drinking hot water with lemon juice on an empty stomach. Fiber from fruits, whole grains, whole pasta, seeds (especially flax seeds) is very beneficial. It is also recommended foods rich in essential fatty acids (omega 3, omega 6), as a method of protection against autoimmune diseases: olive oil, fish oil, tuna, salmon, etc.

Herbal medicine

Depending on the type of lupus, it is necessary to consult a phytotherapist to prescribe an individual remedy. As a rule, juice strains of fruits and vegetables are recommended, a diet largely based on cruelty, as well as some herbal remedies.

Flax seeds, rich in omega 3 fatty acids, detoxify the body by stimulating the colon's exhaust function. During 15 days, consume in the morning, on an empty stomach, 2 tablespoons of flax seeds. Drink enough water. 

Sublingual ponytail powder is beneficial in stimulating collagen production. 

A mixture of two tablespoons of nettle leaves, one tablespoon of horsetail, ponytail, rat tail. Pour 300 ml of boiling water over a tablespoon of the mixture, let it steep for 15 minutes, then filter. Drink 100 ml before the main meals.

Softwood powder or stain helps reduce inflammation.

Aloe Vera gel can be used both internally, to stimulate the detoxification process, as well as externally, to nourish dry skin.

Physical exercise

A sedentary lifestyle can make the disease worse, causing osteoporosis, muscle atrophy and blood clots. Easy physical activities are recommended: walking, yoga, pilates, tai chi, chi kung, hiking, swimming, etc. Contact sports or competitive sports should be avoided.

Relaxation

Most often, autoimmune diseases result from stress. Relaxation therapies are recommended: craniosacral therapy, reflexology, etc. For detoxification, it is advisable to also perform colon hydrotherapy, to eliminate toxins accumulated over time in the colon. 

The homeopathy and acupuncture are recommended, but only a specialized consultation can specify the remedies and the number of sessions required for each individual case.

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