Lupus: Natural Cure, Treatment, Ozone, Oxygen Therapy


"Cure" may be a bit of a strong word here. Natural health practitioners offer alternative treatments that ease the symptoms of lupus and help manage the disease. Among such treatments, there are:

--Ozone, or oxygen, therapy has been shown to be successful in treating autoimmune diseases, such as lupus.

- Willow. It eases muscle and joint pain associated with lupus and acts as an anti-inflammatory against affected joints.

- Special diet. It is suggested to eat frequent smaller meals, limit cow's milk and beef products and eat more vegetables and fish.

Lyme Vaccine Linked to Autoimmune Arthritis


By Alex Otto in the January 200l issue of PHARMACY TODAY
SmithKline Beechan To Defend Vaccine In Class Action Suit

Concerns are growing that SmithKline Beecham's Lyme vaccine (LYMErix) may cause irreversible autoimmune arthritis in some patients. About 15% of the nearly 400 LYMErix adverse events reported to FDA in 1999 involved rheumatologic
symptoms ranging from muscle pain and acing joints to severe arthritis.

Vaccines Linked to Arthritis



Yehuda Shoenfeld Department of Internal Medicine B, Sheba Medical Center Tel Hashomer and Center for Autoimmune Diseases, Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University

Vaccination and the possible autoimmune side effects have been discussed recently in several articles (1-4). Not omitting for one moment the immeasurable benefits of vaccination, the question of whether this practice may be one of the factors implicated in the onset of autoimmune illness has arisen (3).

Arthritis: The Disease That "Health" Authorities Don't Want Cured


We are what we eat so that much of our lack of good health is due to putting the wrong things into our mouths. It is well known that smoking is deleterious to good health. Sugar is another thing that should be labelled 'poison'. It contains no minerals or vitamins, and when swallowed it requires phosphate which must be taken from the body's store of phosphate, if it was not in the meal. The body's store of phosphate is in the boney skeleton, so when phosphate is removed to help metabolise sugar, then calcium is released to pass out in the urine.

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