Natural Remedies for ANCA Vasculitis

on Oct 25, 2023| Modified on Nov 14, 2023

ANCA Vasculitis, or Anti-Neutrophil Cytoplasmic Antibody-Associated Vasculitis, is a rare autoimmune disorder. It involves inflammation of the blood vessels, leading to a range of symptoms, including skin rashes, fatigue, joint pain, and kidney problems. The exact cause remains unknown, but it's believed that a combination of genetic and environmental factors plays a role in its onset.

Natural Remedies for ANCA Vasculitis

While conventional treatment involving immunosuppressive medications is standard, many patients and healthcare professionals are looking towards natural remedies to complement these treatments. Here are some potential supplements and remedies to consider:

  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Found in fish oil and flaxseeds, omega-3 fatty acids are known for their anti-inflammatory properties. Regular intake can potentially help reduce inflammation in vasculitis patients.
  • Turmeric (Curcumin): Curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, possesses strong anti-inflammatory properties. Many ANCA Vasculitis patients have reported symptom relief after incorporating turmeric into their diet or taking curcumin supplements.
  • Green Tea: Rich in antioxidants and polyphenols, green tea can offer potential anti-inflammatory benefits, aiding in symptom management.
  • Probiotics: Gut health plays a pivotal role in overall immune function. Taking probiotics can help maintain a balanced gut flora, potentially influencing the body's autoimmune responses.
  • Vitamin D: Some studies suggest a link between vitamin D deficiency and autoimmune disorders. Ensuring adequate vitamin D intake might be beneficial for patients with ANCA Vasculitis.
  • Ginger: Known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, ginger can be consumed as a supplement or naturally in foods to help manage inflammation potentially.

Precautions & Considerations

It's essential to consult with a healthcare professional before adding any supplements or natural remedies to your regimen. While these remedies may offer potential benefits, they can also interact with conventional medications or exacerbate certain conditions.


Understanding ANCA Vasculitis is the first step towards managing its symptoms. Incorporating natural remedies and supplements can offer complementary support alongside traditional treatments. Always prioritize informed decisions and work closely with healthcare providers to ensure the best care for ANCA Vasculitis.

Anca Vasculitis Remedies

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Posted by Darren.S (Norfolk) on 10/25/2023

Hi all, I have a friend at work whose wife has Anca Vasculitis. Her symptoms are very similar to frostbite and she has lost a finger already due to how the condition causes poor circulation. Apparently it's quite a rare condition, and for everyone who suffers from it their symptoms can be quite different.

I asked about her eating habits and they seem to be ok consisting of mainly veg some meat but no sugar or other rubbish. I would appreciate any advice as to anything that could alleviate her symptoms as he informs me that she is quite a lot of discomfort. Kindest regards, Darren

Replied by Darren.S

Hello all, following up on my first post if anyone can advise. Thank you.

Replied by Aja

I am having a bit of success pain & swelling-wise, using DMSO. I haven't lost any digits at all and still have the redness on feet ankles and shins. I clean the skin with peroxide then, pour a tiny amount of DMSO into cupped hand and apply it. Not healed, but much improved with hard swelling going down very rapidly and resulting loss of skin as the flesh beneath shrank. Best sleep afterwards and on waking able to stand without skin splitting open again. Pain much reduced. Skin infections are improving. I use raw manuka honey or local honey topically. I'm also using supplemental Vit E, selenium & glutathione and massaging legs with castor oil.

GreenMedInfo has excellent information in over a doz articles. One is about hyperbaric treatment, which I can't afford. I did have a course of ozone treatment which helped, but not cured. Several vaccines, statin drugs & interferon treatment seem to be associated with the onset of various forms of vasculitis, in my own case it was aerial pesticide poisoning. (I am drug free, but spent about 30 years using drugs, including steroids, for BCG vaccine-induced asthma in 1967. I also used drugs for the adverse effects of the asthma drugs.