Healing a 12 Year Old Case of Lupus By Ayurvedic Remedy with Success

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 15 years exp 
September 25, 2018

Medical Condition:




Type of Outcome:

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Medical History:

Lupus Case Details:


A Case of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus since 12 yrs with nephritis (biopsy reports revealed class V stage in 2013). She had severe side effects due to immune suppression intake

of drugs corticosteroids and cytotoxic drugs. Side effects of allopathy drugs are pulmonary tuberculosis with bilateral bronchiectasis, uncontrolled diabetes and frequent infections.


Case Management:

Ayurvedic Remedy for Lupus

In conventional modern system, there is no permanent solution for autoimmune disorders. Doctors use corticosteroids, cytotoxic drugs etc to suppress immunity and also bone marrow cells. (Actually these are necessary to repair our body cells). In nature cure, we aim at the cure, not the suppression of the symptoms. This we achieve by reducing the inflammation without suppression of bone marrow cells and cytokines, or TNF Alfa etc. Gradually, healing takes place permanently over a period of time.


How do we achieve this?

Over all inflammatory cytokines (TNF Alfa, beta), hyperactive Gamma-immunoglobulins etc have to come down in patient’s serum levels. This can be done through focus on detoxification and anti-inflammatory treatment methods, plus a selected diet appropriate for the individual. We collect blood sample and check inflammatory value for each food items in patient’s body. Accordingly, a diet program is decided for the patient. This stops any gut-leak, if any. The body gets proper nutrients and this helps in the healing process.

Our mind plays an important role in the condition of our body. Every morning we conduct yoga and meditation sessions for the patients. This helps in toning up of our nervous system, which is very important for our physical health; and it also calms the mind. Pranayama is also very helpful. For patients, who take corticosteroids, Infliximab (Remicade--brand name), and Folitrax, azoran, MMF etc, medicines are not stopped suddenly. Gradually, we withdraw and taper off the drugs. These people are continuously monitored through some basic investigations CBP,CRP, ESR, Liver and Kidney Functions tests.


After going away from the hospital, the patient has to sincerely follow the instructions given at the time of discharge about the diet and way of life, until the gene expression takes place, and automatically the immune response slows down. It may take about 6-9 months for zero relapse. If, during this period, there is a flare up again, its intensity will be less and duration of relapse will increases gradually. We have achieved amazing results with cases of SLE (systemic lupus erythematosus).





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