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Lupus: Are you tired of being tired?
Dr. Charles Kwang knows the cause and has a solution

Charles Kwang knows the cause of
Lupus and has an herbal solution




Wishing Selena Gomez the  best!

Everybody who has Lupus can actually benefit from Dr. Kwang’s MyTea Magic Lymphatic Detox

10 Early Signs of Lupus

  • Fatigue
  • Fever
  • Hair loss
  • Rash
  • Pulmonary
  • Kidney inflammation
  • Painful joints
  • Gastrointestinal
  • Thyroid
  • Dryness
  • Other symptoms

What is lupus?

Lupus is an autoimmune disease that causes swelling (inflammation) and a wide variety of symptoms. Lupus affects everyone differently. Some people have only a few mild symptoms and others have many, more severe symptoms.

Symptoms usually start in early adulthood, anywhere from the teen years into the 30s. People with lupus generally experience flare-ups of symptoms followed by periods of remission. Thats why early symptoms are easy to dismiss.

Because early symptoms are similar to those of other conditions, having them doesnt necessarily mean you have lupus. Early symptoms can include:

  • fatigue
  • fever
  • hair loss
  • rash
  • pulmonary problems
  • kidney problems
  • swollen joints
  • gastrointestinal problems
  • thyroid problems
  • dry mouth and eyes


  1. Fatigue

About 90 percent of people with lupus experience some level of fatigue. An afternoon nap does the trick for some people, but sleeping too much during the day can lead to insomnia at night. It may be difficult, but if you can remain active and stick to a daily routine, you may be able to keep your energy levels up.

Speak to your doctor if youre living with debilitating fatigue. Some causes of fatigue can be treated.


  1. Unexplained fever

One of the early symptoms of lupus is a low-grade fever for no apparent reason. Because it may hover somewhere between 98.5ËšF (36.9ËšC) and 101ËšF (38.3ËšC), you might not think to see a doctor. People with lupus may experience this type of fever off and on.

A low-grade fever could be a symptom of inflammation, infection, or imminent flare-up. If you have recurrent, low-grade fevers, make an appointment to see your doctor.


  1. Hair loss

Thinning hair is often one of the first symptoms of lupus. Hair loss is the result of inflammation of the skin and scalp. Some people with lupus lose hair by the clump. More often, hair thins out slowly. Some people also have thinning of the beard, eyebrows, eyelashes, and other body hair. Lupus can cause hair to feel brittle, break easily, and look a bit ragged, earning it the name lupus hair.

Lupus treatment usually results in renewed hair growth. But if you develop lesions on your scalp, hair loss in those areas may be permanent.

Skin rash or lesions

One of the most visible symptoms of lupus is a butterfly-shaped rash that appears over the bridge of the nose and on both cheeks. About 50 percent of people with lupus have this rash. It can occur suddenly or appear after exposure to sunlight. Sometimes the rash appears just before a flare-up.

Lupus can also cause non-itchy lesions in other areas of the body. Rarely, lupus can cause hives. Many people with lupus are sensitive to the sun, or even to artificial lighting. Some experience discoloration in the fingers and toes.

Pulmonary issues

Inflammation of the pulmonary system is another possible symptom of lupus. The lungs become inflamed, and the swelling can extend to lung blood vessels. Even the diaphragm may be affected. These conditions can all lead to chest pain when you try to breathe in. This condition is often referred to as pleuritic chest pain.

Over time, breathing issues from lupus can shrink lung size. Ongoing chest pain and shortness of breath characterize this condition. Its sometimes called vanishing (or shrinking lung syndrome). The diaphragmatic muscles are so weak they appear to move up in CT scan images, according to the Lupus Foundation of America.

Kidney inflammation

People with lupus can develop a kidney inflammation called nephritis. Inflammation makes it harder for the kidneys to filter toxins and waste from the blood. According to the Lupus Foundation of America, nephritis usually begins within five years of the start of lupus.

Symptoms include:

  • swelling in the lower legs and feet
  • high blood pressure
  • blood in your urine
  • darker urine
  • having to urinate more frequently at night
  • pain in your side

Early symptoms may go unnoticed. After diagnosis, monitoring of kidney function is recommended. Untreated lupus nephritis can lead to end-stage renal disease (ESRD).

Painful, swollen joints

Inflammation can cause pain, stiffness, and visible swelling in your joints, particularly in the morning. It may be mild at first and gradually become more obvious. Like other symptoms of lupus, joint problems can come and go.

If over-the-counter (OTC) pain medications dont help, see your doctor. There may be better treatment options. But your doctor must determine if your joint problems are caused by lupus or another condition, such as arthritis.

Gastrointestinal problems

Some people with lupus experience occasional heartburn, acid reflux, or other gastrointestinal problems. Mild symptoms can be treated with OTC antacids. If you have frequent bouts of acid reflux or heartburn, try cutting down on the size of your meals, and avoid beverages containing caffeine. Also, dont lie down right after a meal. If symptoms continue, see your doctor to rule out other conditions.

Thyroid problems

Its not uncommon for people with lupus to develop autoimmune thyroid disease. The thyroid helps control your bodys metabolism. A poorly functioning thyroid can affect vital organs like your brain, heart, kidneys, and liver. It can also result in weight gain or weight loss. Other symptoms include dry skin and hair, and moodiness.

When a thyroid is underactive, the condition is known as hypothyroidism. Hyperthyroidism is caused by an overactive thyroid. Treatments to get your metabolism back on track are available.

Dry mouth, dry eyes

If you have lupus, you may experience dry mouth. Your eyes may feel gritty and dry, too. Thats because some people with lupus develop Sjogrens disease, another autoimmune disorder. Sjogrens causes the glands responsible for tears and saliva to malfunction, and lymphocytes can accumulate in the glands. In some cases, women with lupus and Sjogrens may also experience dryness of the skin.

Other symptoms

The list of potential symptoms of lupus is lengthy. Other symptoms include oral ulcers, enlarged lymph nodes, muscle pain, chest pain, osteoporosis, and depression. Rare symptoms include anemia, dizziness, and seizures.

Fortunately, not everyone gets every symptom. While new symptoms can appear, others often disappear.

Selena Gomez Loved Her Met Gala Look

You probably misinterpreted her Instagram from yesterday.

Selena Gomez's Met Gala look (in particular, her extra-orange tan) was met with harsh criticism on Monday night. Like, people on Twitter were so fired up they not-so-subtly told her to fire her entire glam squad.

Then, she seemingly owned up to the judgement by posting this video on Instagram yesterday, which people interpreted as her running away from her poor beauty choices. The comments on the 'gram, btw, have been turned off.

And it seem like it was her way of being like "Okay, yes, my look was not so great, here's a joke about it." Apparently, the joke was actually supposed to be interpreted as her running away from her **haters, not the look itself, a source told People.

She honestly felt great but not everything looks the same as it does in person, the source said. She was just clapping back at people who were commenting on her tan and hair and wanted to make a joke about it.

Not only did people critique her "glow," but they jumped on her hair and dress, too. Selena apparently "loved" her custom Coach 1941 gown, though.

She had two outfits to choose from and decided on Sunday which one she was going to go with, the source said. She loved the dress and was very involved with it.

To capture the theme of the event, which was "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination," Coach embossed Selena's bag with her favorite Bible verse, which is a really cool personal touch, but not quiteee enough to save this look.

So, lets look at how we would go about getting rid of Lupus naturally. The first thing is the idea, the theory about Lupus is there's something causing your immune system to go crazy. Which is different from the medical doctors theory which is your immune system is going crazy. It just shifted, um bad operating system. It's just going crazy. It's attacking itself. It's dangerous. So we had to shut it down.

A natural approach is there's a toxin. Your immune system is activated, but somehow the toxin and the activated white blood cell are not meeting. Or the white blood cells now is now flushing it out of the body for whatever reason. So, the natural approach is using concentrated nutrition and herbs at different times of the program. To help the white blood cells find the toxin and then to move the toxins out of the body.

The majority of people who have Lupus, have inflammation stuck in their lymph nodes throughout their body. The lymph nodes is the first starting point that I found to be very helpful and very effective in eliminating inflammation. The lymph nodes is stored for inflammation. It's not something your body wants. But, it can't get rid of it for whatever reason.

So, what I found out was the first step is just clean out the lymph nodes. Just detox, unclog the lymph nodes and let the toxins out. Let all the inflammation out. It's not very pleasant because once you release all the toxins out of the lymph nodes they get flushed into the kidney and liver. Once they're in the kidney and liver they're coming straight out of the body. It's very painful. All that pain that you have in your body is going to get concentrated in your kidney and liver. Then all that toxins and inflammation needs to come out.

So I found out that for any type of Lupus person the fundamental problem is cleaning out the lymph nodes, then cleaning out the kidneys and liver because we've just flushed the lymph nodes out. Then boosting the immune system so that the toxins that are in the tissues could come out.

There is three steps to the program. It takes six weeks to get through. Everybody based on their particular situation needs to go through these three steps. At the end of the six weeks we can determine of what kind of benefits we got and then fine-tune your program to figure out what else we might have to do.

What other toxins and inflammation might be in your body that wasn't flushed out during the six weeks. But, the first six weeks can make a big difference in how you feel. Your energy level. Your sleep. Your appetite. Just generally having hope again that your body will get strong enough to get better, and better, and better.

Everybody who has Lupus can actually benefit from a lymphatic detox.

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