Sle Homeopathy Approach

Author: Gen Wright

It is also known as SLE or lupus.
Lupus is an autoimmune disease characterized by acute and chronic inflammation of various tissues of the body.

Patients with lupus produce abnormal antibodies in their blood that target tissues within their own body rather than foreign infectious agents.

Because the antibodies and accompanying cells of inflammation can affect tissues anywhere in the body, lupus has the potential to affect a variety of areas.

Sometimes lupus can cause disease of the skin, heart, lungs, kidneys, joints, and/or nervous system.

When only the skin is i

nvolved, the condition is called lupus dermatitis or cutaneous lupus erythematosus.

A form of lupus dermatitis that can be isolated to the skin, without internal disease, is called discoid lupus.

When internal organs are involved, the condition is referred to as systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE).

The disease can affect all ages but most commonly begins from 20 to 45 years of age.


The precise reason for the abnormal autoimmunity that causes lupus is not known.

Inherited genes, viruses, ultraviolet light, and certain medications may all play some role.



low-grade fever

loss of appetite

Muscle aches


Ulcers of the mouth and nose

Facial rash (“butterfly rash”)

Unusual sensitivity to sunlight (photosensitivity)

The skin rash in discoid lupus often is found on the face and scalp, usually red and may have raised borders, usually painless and do not itch.

Inflammation of the lining that surrounds the lungs (pleuritis) and the heart (pericarditis)

Poor circulation to the fingers and toes with cold exposure (Raynaud’s phenomenon).


The 11 criteria used for diagnosing systemic lupus erythematosus are

-malar (over the cheeks of the face) “butterfly” rash,

-discoid skin rash (patchy redness with hyperpigmentation and hypopigmentation that can cause scarring)


-mucous membrane ulcers


-pleuritis or pericarditis

-kidney abnormalities

-brain irritation (manifested by seizures )

-blood-count abnormalities (low counts of white or red blood cells, or platelets, on routine blood testing)

-immunologic disorders

-antinuclear antibody (positive ANA antibody testing)


There is no permanent cure for SLE.

The goal of treatment is to relieve symptoms and protect organs by decreasing inflammation and the level of autoimmune activity in the body.

Patients with SLE need more rest, ample of sleep and exercise.



THUJA: It is a left sided drug

Dirty brown colour of the skin

Eruptions burn violently after scratching

Pains are more when walking

Pains are better by rest and exercise

SILICEA: It is the top ranking remedy for promoting and controlling the process of inflammation

Delicate, pale waxy and unhealthy skin with offensive sweat

PSORINUM: Skin looks dirty and unhealthy even after thorough washing

The eruptions are dry, scaly or moist with severe itching

The skin is very much sensitive to atmospheric changes

Complaints increase due to heat of sun

Relieved by perspiration

PHOSPHORUS: Burning pain is the main feature

Restlessness is another key feature

Aggravated mainly on lying left side and evenings

PHYTOLACCA: Mainly affects the right side of the body

Pains are like electric shock, lancinating from one place to another

Aggravation from motion and warm application

Relieved by rest

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8 thoughts on “Sle Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

  1. jaz mie

    what is SLE(Systemic Lupus Erythematosus)?
    please explain to me SLE (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus) more, so i can fully understand the illness.
    i want to know about the possibility of death on teenagers who suffer SLE.
    are there teenagers who’re aware of their illness and can already predict when they’ll pass away?
    are there cases like this?
    who are the persons who’re usually having SLE?
    what are the causes?symptoms?treatments?
    do they have medications?


  2. Donny N

    How can we cure Systemic Lupus Erythematosus? (SLE) – or known as Lupus diseases?

    Will it worsen if someone with Lupus getting older?
    If there’s no cure, is there any known ways to fight this immune disease?
    I heard of controlled diet can lead to a better life with Lupus, is that works?
    Are there any certain foods that someone with Lupus cannot take? or maybe recommended to be taken?

    1. mnvikes

      there is no cure. in lupus, your immune system attacks your own body for some reason, so its managed with immunosuppressant drugs to slow the progression of the disease.

  3. imDee<3

    I have SLE (Systemic lupus erythematosus)?
    & I also have Renal Vasculitis, I’ve been in remission for about 2 years I’m off all meds. What is the chance of having kids? Can I ?

    1. Sergio D

      have you talked to your doctor about it? I think with lupus it is very possible but not too sure about that form of vasculitis since i dont know about it.

  4. birdistasty

    Alternative therapies for SLE (systemic lupus erythematosus)?
    Currently taking 2250mg of ascorbic acid (powder), 10 MSM capsules, 3-1000mg fish oil capsules, 1-200mcg selenium tablet, and one daily multi-vitamin daily. I try to eat at least two meals a day, but sometimes I can’t even keep it all down. My stools and occasional vomit usually consist of excess bile. Alternative therapy doctor has seen me for the last 3 months, knows of all my current problems, realizes I’m in the middle of a flare. Unfortunately, I’ve been flaring for more than a month now, and frankly, I’m getting tired of it. He says to give it time, it will pass, continue taking supplements, rest, etc. He says he’ll prescribe me steroids, but I have serious problems with taking them.

    Is there anything that has worked for you, personally, to bring yourself out of a flare quicker?

    1. neo-liberal ultra conservative

      The best advice would be to track down a qualified Classical Homeopath. I cannot express how important it is to be very cautious of taking Homeopathic advice online. Feel free to email me personally and tell me where you are, and I will see if I know of any good practitioners in your area.

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