Sarcoidosis Remedies

Apr 23, 2017

Treatments for sarcoidosis range from fungal treatments to electric zapping therapy and others. The focus of each treatment, however, is to eliminate infection and reduce inflammation. These treatments function to treat the underlying cause as well as to prevent further spread of the condition.

What is Sarcoid?

A term used to describe the growth of tiny collections of inflammatory cells in the body, sarcoid is typically found in the lungs, lymph nodes, eyes and skin. The specific symptoms of the condition vary depending on the exact organs affected; however, several symptoms are fairly common. Fatigue, fever, swollen lymph nodes and weight loss are common generalized symptoms. Other symptoms include dry cough, shortness of breath, chest pain, rash, color change, blurred vision, eye pain and redness.

Natural Remedies for Sarcoidosis

The treatments for sarcoidosis vary but focus on treating the underlying cause and eliminating inflammation. Effective natural remedies include bloodroot, hydrogen peroxide, electric zapping and others. Other forms of fungal treatment are also effective.

Bloodroot

Bloodroot is a natural substance derived from the stem of the bloodroot plant. This compound is used in treating a variety of conditions including sarcoid. The root contains chemicals that fight bacteria and reduce inflammation.

Hydrogen Peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide is a safe antibacterial agent comprised of oxygen and water. As such, hydrogen peroxide effectively kills the infection associated with sarcoidosis via oxidation, or a process much like burning. The product is an effective cleanser, which functions to eliminate infection and, in turn, reduce inflammation.

Electric Zapping

A somewhat unconventional treatment, electric zapping is another effective option. An electric zapper, invented by Hulda Clark, electrifies the blood and kills any parasites, bacteria or other infection-causing organism. As sarcoidosis is often caused by fungus, this treatment is typically effective for eliminating the condition.

Sarcoidosis can be defined as the growth of groups of inflammatory cells in different parts of the body. While the condition is not entirely understood at this point, many natural treatments have been identified as effective management options. The goal of treatment is to eliminate underlying infection and reduce inflammation, which can be successfully achieved using a variety of remedies.



Bloodroot and Sarcoid Tumor on Horse  

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Posted by Kennethmark (California) on 09/25/2016

I have Sarcoidosis. I was taking Prednazone and then discovered another drug called Low Dose Naltrexone. Prednazone was so toxic, I was glad to find an innocuous drug that took care of my symptoms. But I was always on the look out for other stuff. Tried chinese herbs. Tried many herbal remedies including mullein, serrapeptase, etc. Then I accidentally found a natural herb mixture that is for enhancing deep sleep. One of the ingredients is poppy seed extract. Well the LDN helped your body create more endorphins which are opiates. I found the mixture worked well. So I attribute it to poppy seed extract which is also opiate. I just take a smidgen. Does the job just fine. Never tried Blood root, which I will try. The Hydrogen peroxide, I think I won't.

Replied by Rj
Chicago
10/01/2016

Have you tried Ayurveda therapies? Ayurveda, the sister medical science of yoga, offers many therapies to help alleviate Sarcoidosis.


Posted by Charity (Emmaus, Pennsylvania) on 09/10/2007
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My horse was diagnosed with a Sarcoid on his front right leg and I called the vet out. She immediately handed me a bottle of xxterra ( one of the basic ingredients is bloodroot ) and I began to apply it. Within 24 hrs the Sarcoid tumor on his leg was 1/4 the size and not ooooozy like it was... It has scabbed over and according to other who have used it the tumor falls off on its own! what an amazing product.


Electric Zapping  

Posted by Sabby (London, England) on 12/06/2008

Hello there, I am ill with Sarcoidosis and i have been trying to understand what might be causing it.There is no cure for it. Ted says it is most likely a fungus mycoplasma and another doc says its bacteria, so I have now read about Electric Zappers, which Hulda Clark invented, they are supposed to electrify your blood and kill the nasties like parasites and bacteria etc. It has been hailed as a cure for ALL diseases... I would really like to know if anyone can genuinly testify to that claim! I am very very curious and would love to know if Ted agrees(i know he is busy) or if any other readers can tell us of their experiance. I Thank you.

Gods Blessings, Sabby

Replied by Jeanine
Battle Creek, Michigan, Usa
12/22/2011

I don't know anything about zapping, but if Sarcidosis is a fungal or bacterial infection, it would make sense that a food grade hydrogen peroxide protocol may help, as FGHP is both an anti-fungal and anti-bacterial.

Replied by Gdishealer
Vt
04/22/2017

You mention not knowing the source of Sarcoidosis, do have any metal implants in your body?


Multiple Remedies  

Posted by Silvanus (El Dorado Hills, CA) on 09/15/2014

A family member had Sarcoidosis in the lung and I helped him eliminate it using the following suggestions.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The following information and opinions are not a substitute for professional medical prevention, diagnosis, or treatment. Please consult with your physician, pharmacist, or health care provider before taking any home remedies or supplements or following any of the following suggestions.

1. Consider Eliminating the following from your diet: All Sugars e.g., Honey, Fruit, Stevia, etc.), Wheat, Soy, Genetically Modified Foods (GMO's), Milk products, Red Meat, Pork, Shell Fish, bottom feeding fish e.g., catfish, etc., Potatoes, Pasta.

2. Consider avoiding the use of the following: Microwaves, Fluoride toothpaste, Non-Stick cookware, Aluminum foil, cans, etc. cloths made with manmade fibers (wear organic cotton, wool or silk clothing preferably Organic.

3. Consider Drinking Reverse Osmosis Water and no bottled water as it contains estrogen mimickers, etc. What's more most tap water contains chlorine, fluoride, etc. 4. Consider taking ‘OxyLift' from the following website: http://oxygenamerica.com

5. Consider mixing/drinking 4 drops of Organic Mediterranean Oregano Oil, 20-40 drops of Organic Olive Leaf extract and 20-40 drops of Milk Thistle extract with a small amount of reverse osmosis water first thing in the morning. 6. Take a high quality pro-biotic 10-15min after taking the above mixture in the morning with 16oz of water followed by 3-4 boiled eggs only eat the whites. For both lunch and dinner eat the following soup for one month straight: Large pot of reverse osmosis water, 24qty Organic crushed garlic cloves, 12qty Organic large carrots, 1Tbsp of iodized ‘Real Salt', 2Tbsp fresh Organic Thyme, 2 Tbsp fresh Organic Oregano, 2 Tbsp of Organic Basil, 1Tbsp Cayenne Pepper, 2 bunches of broccoli, 16oz of fresh Organic green beans, 4-6 Organic Chicken Breasts. Boil this for at least 60minutes.

God bless!


Poppy Seed Extract  

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Posted by Kenneth Mark (Los Angeles) on 09/25/2016
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For Sarcoidosis, try poppy seed extract. It reduced the lung inflammation. Maybe it will work for heart also. I used to cough non stop. This did the trick and gave me my life back.


Reader Theories on What Causes Sarcoidosis  

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Posted by Rhonda (Tallahassee, FL) on 12/12/2007
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The only 2 natural sarcoidosis cures I have heard:'One gentleman used Goji juice for 6 months (do not know the brand but he paid 40.00 for it). A study showed high doses of melatonin for unresponsive patients and it "cured" 2 persons. My personal observation: autoimmune-like minerals in the air is a major culprit I think behind sarcoidosis. These are airborne zinc, antimony, lead, and especially manganese. Especially manganese because a study showed this is what was found in high amounts in the granulomas of sarc lungs. Go to www.scorecard.org, enter your zip code and click on the link that will tell you what chemicals are in your city's air. If this is the case, you will fight an uphill battle trying to get rid of the sarc. Sometimes the cure is to stop ingesting the cause.

Replied by Audrey
Sun Prairie, Wi
12/27/2012

I too have sarcoidosis and would like to get in touch and discuss with other people who have it and what they do to help themselves. Please email me

Replied by Fran
Rocky Face, Ga Usa
04/03/2013

Urine Therapy. You probably lack vitamin d as well. Eat dried plums daily, but watch your sugar intake.

It is a parasite and like fungal changes rapidly. I have dealt with this for years but have found some interesting remedies to help us rid this solution

Replied by Anonymouscat
Portland, Or
04/11/2013

If it is fungus, then IV therapy... UVB IV followed by Hydrogen peroxide that is what my doctor is doing for me... If you're in Russia you're lucky -- go with LIR and hydrogen peroxide.

Replied by John
Fort Pierce, Fl
12/30/2016

I think inhaling food grade hydrogen peroxide will help, going to do that and apple cyder vingar. Try i,t I think it will work and it's good for so many other things any ways it definately wont hurt, it cures cancer.


Wormwood  

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Posted by Fran (Usa) on 09/01/2015
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I was diagnosed with sarcoidosis years ago. It has been quite the battle.... I did try the zapper but didn't really see much difference. One of the best things I found was wormwood.


Yerba Santa  

Posted by Heatuponherbs (Maryland) on 08/09/2015

Hi,

My dad has sarcoidosis, a chronic, inflammatory disease/respiratory disorder, characterized by granulomas and scar tissue. The doctors say it is irreversible, but I believe that the cure may be out there in the form of an herb.

I've read that the Native Americans and Spaniards smoked Yerba Santa for respiratory conditions?because

"Toward this end it was also smoked in the belief that the smoke went exactly to the place it was needed---the lungs."

I believe it, but I've asked around and all herbalists tell me that someone with a respiratory condition should not be putting smoke in their lungs.

But I believe that the Indians knew something that we didn't.

There are statistics that people who smoke are less likely to get sarcoidosis, which to me could mean that , maybe something in the smoke (as well as the nutritive properties of the plant itself) kills or prevents the bacteria that (may) cause Sarcoidosis from prospering?

Does anyone have any insight into this or an opinion? I recognize that Yerba Santa can be made into a tea, but perhaps this makes it harder for the active healing ingredient to get to the lungs for healing.

Replied by Mama To Many
Tennessee
08/09/2015

Dear Heatuponherbs,

The question of smoking an herb for the potential healing properties is a fascinating one.

I remember being quite shocked at the idea when I first read of it in Philip Fritchey's book, Practical Herbalism. It is perhaps my favorite herb book. I have a lot of respect for this herbalist and have learned so much from his book.

Anyway, he does discuss smoking the herb mullein. "The leaves, dried and smoked, like tobacco, are often useful in asthma and laryngeal affections." Mullein is a wonderful herb for lung issues (and many others.) It is generally a very gentle herb, though I do have a child that is allergic to it. Of course, you are considering another herb. All of this is just to say that one reputable modern herbalist does consider smoking an herb to be a viable option. (I would use a high quality and organic herb for this purpose.)

In his dosage information for mullein, he lists "smoke inhalant (dried first year leaves)" and suggests hand rolling a cigarette, or smoking in an ordinary tobacco pipe. He cautions not to "over do" as any kind of smoke can irritate the lungs.

Would I use this method of delivering an herb? Maybe. I would probably want to exhaust other reasonable options first. And methods less common or understood I am more likely to try on myself than someone else. (In fact, if you decide to try this, you should try it yourself before having your father try it.)

I think it is quite reasonable of you to suspect that there is a way to help your father, though doctors say his condition is irreversible.

You might also want to look in to serrapeptase, which has a reputation of dissolving scar tissue.

Also, please look in to Bill Munroe's Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method on this site, for lung healing.

Please let us know what else you learn, and what you try. I hope you find a solution for your father! He is blessed to have you on his side.

~Mama to Many~

Replied by Darrell
Md
08/09/2015

Dear Mama to Many,

Thank you for your reply and book recommendation. I will have to check it out. And you are right about me testing it out first. I had already planned to do that. I have a bit of asthma and I hope that maybe I will be able to see a difference in a reasonable amount of time.

My father has tried serrapeptase, but after months, we discontinued it because we did not see results. And then I found some internet stuff saying that serrapeptase never makes it to the lung, where it is needed, hence my interest in smoke.

I will also look into the hydrogen peroxide solution. It sounds very interesting.

Thanks again!

Replied by Timh
Ky
08/10/2015

H: A safer and proly more effective administration for the Mullein would be take oral and a liquid extract by nebulizer.

Other herbs to consider is Comfrey, Gotu Kola, Marshmallow, and Hawthorn. An herbal combination like Solorays "Lung Caps" would, in my opinion, be the most likely to improve lung function.

Nebulizing Colloidal Silver or H2O2 might be necessary in the case of infection, which is likely as Mycoplasma infection in the lungs seems to be a growing culprit for otherwise idiopathic lung disorders. Livestock are sometimes decimated by respiratory pneumonia caused by mycoplasma from contaminated water.