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…of AIDS related symptoms. It is also being used in the treatment of tuberculosis, multiple sclerosis and most recently rheumatoid arthritis. The use of Cat’s Claw Dry Bark for the treatment of autoimmune disorders such as lupus is being studied and hopefully as a cure for the illness as well. Although Cat’s Claw Dry Bark has many medicinal benefits, you should not take it if you are pregnant or breastfeeding since its effect is not yet known on…

…up. Systemic lupus disorder is the most typical type of lupus. Drug induced lupus disorder occurs after inducing certain prescription drugs, as the symptoms are much more similar to systemic lupus disorder. Hydralazine which is utilized to treat [[Hypertension]] or [[High Blood Pressure]] and procainamide used in treating irregular heart rhythms are among the drugs that can induced or develop lupus disorder. This type of lupus disorder is mostly…

…herbs on an individual's respiratory, digestive, immune and metabolic systems are remarkably similar. The practical use for Codonopsis Root has expanded throughout the years and it is now being prescribed for cancer and lupus patients. There are no worrisome side effects that have been attributed to the use of the Codonopsis Root. It is frequently recommended as a treatment option for numerous conditions and is considered to be a safe dietary…

…Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is also needed by infants for the overall growth and development of the central nervous system. It is also used to treat rheumatoid arthritis, menstrual pain and may also be able to cure joint pain in lupus. Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) may have adverse interactions with cardiac medications and anticoagulants. It can also lower blood pressure and must be cautioned for patients with diabetes as well. It can also increase…

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