Lupus erythematosus (lupus) is a systemic autoimmune condition where your own immune system attacks different organs in the body and causes inflammation.
Treatment of lupus includes anti-inflammatory steroids and immunosuppressants.
Lupus when treated with conventional medicine often becomes worse, or little significant difference if founded.
Supporting your Body’s own Healing Process with Natural Remedies and Nutrition is a great place to start.
Easy to Follow Natural Treatments to Your Body:
St John’s Wort (avoid however if you are on antidepressant medication) otherwise this is helpful in supporting immune function indirectly by supporting the nervous system.
Astragalus –supports the risk of infection
Turmeric – powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects
Withania – support sustainable energy to organs and tissue
Guaiacum – supporting healthy anti-inflammatory processes
Note: The herbal suggestions should be prescribed by a Qualified Naturopath or Herbalist
Support your Body’s Own Healing Processes with these suggestions:
Getting out into the sunshine and fresh air every day for a minimum of 30 minutes, going for a walk.
A Methyl-activated B supplement and B12 spray
A Green Smoothie each day containing: Beets, Kale, Apple, Banana and a Kiwi fruit
Flaxseed & Omega 3 Fish Oil supplements
Foods to include: lean red meat 1- 2 x week: Organic Chicken 2 – 3 x week & Wild Caught Fish. Vegetables such as Sweet potato, pumpkin, carrots, parsnips, Kale, Beetroot & Beetroot greens.
Fruit: Red apples, Kiwi fruit, Grapefruit, Bananas, Pomegranate seeds, Mangoes, a Squeezed lemon in water every morning. Yogurt, nuts such as dry roasted almonds and walnuts.
Foods to avoid: Dairy (except organic Greek yogurt), Wheat, Gluten, Sugar, Alcohol, Coffee and Processed foods
Always seek Professional Advice from a Qualified Health Professional such as a Doctor, Naturopath or Specialist