Lupus Erythematosis

An inflammatory auto-immune disease causing scaly red patches on the skin, especially on the face, and sometimes affecting connective tissue in the internal organs.
-    Chest pain when taking a deep breath
-    Fatigue
-    Fever with no other cause
-    General discomfort, uneasiness, or ill feeling (malaise)
-    Hair loss
-    Mouth sores
-    Sensitivity to sunlight
-    Skin rash - a "butterfly" rash over the cheeks and bridge of the nose affects about half of people with SLE.  The rash gets worse in sunlight.  The rash may also be widespread
-    Swollen lymph nodes
-    Genetic problems
-    Virus
-    Hormones
-    Stress
Suggested Treatment
-    Take natural anti-biotics
-    Take Vitamins A, C & E
-    Drink aloe vera and water
Aloe Vera Gel (juice).  90 - 180ml daily, mixed with 2 litres water.  Anti-inflammatory, nutritive, cell regenerator.
Bee Propolis Tablets and Garlic & Thyme Softgels.  3 - 6 of each daily, 2 with each meal.  Strong natural anti-biotic, strengthens the immune system and cleans the arteries from cholesterol.
A-Beta-CarE Softgels.  3 daily, 1 with each meal.  Strong anti-oxidant, helps fight infections, repairs and maintains body tissue.
Absorbent-C Tablets.  3 daily, 1 with each meal.  Powerful anti-oxidant, strengthens the immune system.
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