Autoimmune conditions occur when the immune system attacks your own body's tissues. MS, Lupus, Scleroderma, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Hashimoto's are several of the most common I have seen in my practice over the years.
The medical approach is to prescribe immune-suppresive drugs, the theory being that the immune system is making a mistake and the immune system must be suppressed to alleviate the inflammation and damage down to the gland, organ or tissue under attack.
My perspective is that the immune system is attacking the tissue because there is either some infection, toxicity or both in the tissue that it wants to clear up. The most common types of infections are: fungal or mycoplasma infections. The most common toxicities are heavy metals such as mercury, lead or aluminum.
My experience in working with many of these cases over the years is that when the infections are cleared up and the toxicities reduced, that the immune system stops its attack and health is restored.
Take a look at the short video below where I talk more about Autoimmune conditions.
James Jordan, JD, CNC, CMTA