Lupus is a systemic autoimmune disease that occurs when your body’s immune system attacks your own tissues and organs. Inflammation caused by lupus can affect many different body systems — including your joints, skin, kidneys, blood cells, brain, heart and lungs. Men, women and children can be diagnosed with lupus but between the ages of 15 and 45, nine times more women than men are diagnosed.
Lupus in general is an inflammatory disease that can affect a large number of organs. Its origin is attributed to the autoimmune system. I develop lupus when I experience deep discouragement, hatred or shame towards myself, which causes my defence system to weaken. My uneasiness often has its source in a deep emotional guilt that gnaws at me from the inside. I prefer to punish myself rather than assert myself. I give up, I give in because I feel there is no way out, no solution, and I can experience frustration with my helplessness. I refuse to accept love and forgiveness for myself or others. Learning to love myself again is an important, even essential, step in my recovery. I can ask for help internally or ask competent people to help me to start this process of inner healing.
The body’s immune system is controlled by the bone marrow.
- Make a personal GaNS-CO2 with tumeric and NaCl+MgSO4
- Put patches of LP-CO2 adding a few drops of LP-CuO, ZnO on both the femurs to wear overnight
- Use a personal Plasma Breather or Cup of Life with 70% LP-ZnO + 30% LP-CO2-perso
- Drink 30ml LP-CO2-perso before breakfast and lunch; 30ml LP-CO2-perso + 30ml LP-ZnO before going to sleep
- You can process the rashes on the skin with a lotion based on LP-CO2-perso, Turmeric, Ginger, Apple cider vinegar, Coconut oil, Epsom salt, Tulsi or Holy basil, Flaxseed and Green tea.
- Enhance the femur activity by walking the heels, hit the heels strongly when walking