A surprising number of women suffer from lupus. This article “Holistic Therapy, Home Remedy Tips Or Other Alternatives For Lupus!?” offers a look at alternative lupus treatments. We have also included some additional links to various sites that will help you learn more about lupus below.

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Home Remedy Network - Holistic Therapy, Home Remedy Tips Or Other Alternatives For Lupus

Home Remedy Network – Holistic Therapy, Home Remedy Tips Or Other Alternatives For Lupus

I want to know if anyone has try any holistic therapy, Home Remedy Tips or any other alternatives treatment for lupus. I’m not necessarily looking for a cure just something that would help with the symptoms. Does anyone have a successful story? Please share it with me! My sister is in her last stages and I’m desperately looking for an answer.

Lupus is an autoimmune disease, a type of self-allergy, whereby the patient’s immune system creates antibodies which instead of protecting the body from bacteria & viruses attack the person’s own body tissues. This causes symptoms of extreme fatigue, joint pain, muscle aches, anemia, general malaise, & can result in the destruction of vital organs. It is a disease with many manifestations, & each person’s profile or list of symptoms is different. Lupus can mimic other diseases, such as multiple sclerosis & rheumatoid arthritis, making it difficult to diagnose.

Currently there is no single test that can definitely say whether a person has lupus or not. Only by comprehensive examination and consideration of symptoms and their history can a diagnosis be achieved.

The following is a list of some of the most common homeopathic remedies and Home Remedy Tips which will (God willing) be most effective in relieving the symptoms being experienced by the patient.

A pronunciation guide can be found in brackets next to each of the remedy names.

Select the remedy that most closely matches the symptoms. In conditions where self-treatment is appropriate, unless otherwise directed by a physician, a lower potency (6X, 6C, 12X, 12C, 30X, or 30C) should be used. In addition, instructions for use are usually printed on the label.

I suggest that Home Remedy Tips be used as follows: Take one dose and wait for a response. If improvement is seen, continue to wait and let the remedy work. If improvement lags significantly or has clearly stopped, another dose may be taken. The frequency of dosage varies with the condition and the individual. Sometimes a dose may be required several times an hour; other times a dose may be indicated several times a day; and in some situations, one dose per day (or less) can be sufficient.

If no response is seen within a reasonable amount of time, select a different Home Remedy Tips.

Homeopathic remedies and Home Remedy Tips can be purchased from good major pharmacies, and also specialist homeopathic pharmacies in UK.

Aconite (Ackonite): Symptoms are sudden, violent, brief. Anxiety, fear, restlessness, grief, high temperature with great thirst, insomnia.

Apis Mel (Ape-iss mel): Insect stings , burning, stinging pains, cystitis, swelling of lower eyelids, absence of thirst.

Argent Nit (Aah-gent nit): Colic, headache, dizziness.

Arnica (Aah-nicker): Use after injury, bruises, sprains, physical exhaustion, insomnia due to over-tiredness, muscle aches all over.

Arsen Alb (Aah-sen alb): Restlessness, anxiety and fear, throat dry and burning, cramps in calves, food poisoning, psoriasis.

Belladonna (Bella-donna): Brightly flushed face, swollen joints, insomnia, vertigo, facial neuralgia, severe throbbing earache, dry hacking cough, acne.

Bryonia (Bry-owneeyuh): Irritability, chestiness, dryness, dry painful cough, dry lips, thirst, especially for cold drinks.

Calc Carb (Calc carb): Cracked skin in the winter, period pains, itching skin, premenstrual tension, toothache, vertigo, insomnia.

Calc Fluor (Calc Fl-erh): Head colds with thick greenish-yellow discharge), catarrh, croup, piles, varicose veins, toothache, arthritis.

Carbo Veg (Carbo vedge): Indigestion with excessive flatulence, mild food poisoning after eating fish, hoarseness, loss of voice, tinnitus with nausea and vertigo.

Euphrasia (Yoo-frazier): Cold with watery eyes and streaming nose, conjunctivitis, hayfever.

Gelsemium (Jel-semi-um): Influenza, sneezing, sore throat, symptoms of flushing, aching, trembling, weary with heavy aching muscles, runny nose, vertigo.

Graphites (Graff-fight-ease): Unhealthy skin, eczema, cracked finger tips, constipation, tinnitus, earache, sinus trouble, dandruff.

Hepar Sulph (Hee-par sulph): Skin highly sensitive, eczema, acne, croup, earache, tonsilitis.

Hypericum (High-perrycome): Painful cuts and wounds, lacerated wounds involving nerve endings, abscesses, headache with a floating sensation as a result of a fall.

Ignatia (Ig-nay-sha): Fright, prolonged grief, piles, sore throat, croup, piercing headache, insomnia.

Ipecac (Ipper-cack): Any illness where there is nausea and sickness, travel sickness, bronchitis.

Kali Bich (Cally bick): Complaints brought on by a change to hot weather, catarhh with stringy discharge, sinus troubles, migraine, hard cough.
Kali Phos (Cally foss): Mental tiredness from over-work, nervous exhaustion, nervous indigestion, loss of voice, hoarseness, giddiness from exhaustion and weakness.

Lycopodium (Lie-co-podium): Irritability, fear of failure, cystitis, period pain, premenstrual tension, gout, hiccough with acidity.

Merc Sol (Murk sol): Feverish head cold, sore throat with excessive saliva, mouth ulcers, thrush (mouth), thirst, toothache, earache.

Nat Mur (Nat murr): sneezy cold, nose runs like a tap, eczema, thrush (mouth), vertigo, premenstrual tension, housemaid’s knee.

Nux Vom (Nux vom): For over-indulgence in food and alcohol, itching piles, stuffy colds, raw throat, vertigo, constipation.

Pulsatilla (Pulse-a-tiller): Catarrh, styes, change of life, premenstrual tension, cystitis, acne, tinnitus.

Rhus Tox (Russ tox): Rheumatic aches and pains, over-exertion, pain in ligaments, shingles, tickling cough.

Ruta Grav (Rooter grarve): Injuries to bones, fractures, dislocations, sprains of wrists and ankles, eye strain, synovitis, urticaria.

Sepia (Seep-yuh): Premenstrual tension, periods suppressed or delayed, change of life, hot sweats, dandruff, wash-day hands.

Silicea (Silly-ce-a): Boils, abscesses, acne, bunions, hayfever, chronic headaches beginning at the front, sinus troubles.

Sulphur (Sulf-er): Unhealthy looking skin, tendency to skin disease, itching skin, acne, burning and itching piles, insomnia, tinnitus, lack of energy.

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