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The causes of Sarcoidosis are unkown, but it would certainly fall into the category of an auto-immune disorder, so we would recommend that you read Factors Involved In Auto-Immune Disorders And Effective, Natural Treatment Protocols
Sarcoidosis cause inflammation and small growths in the body (these are NOT cancerous). They usually in the lungs and lymph nodes but can also affect the skin eyes, liver, joints and other areas. The growths are known as granulomas and if these form around an organ in the body, can of course affect the ability of the organ to function efficiently. Many people have no symptoms at all, others can experience lung problems, arthritis, fatigue and weight loss and others. Sarcoidosis can last for a short period of a few months, or in some people it remains as a chronic long term condition.
The key remedy we would recommend for this condition is Serrapeptase, this digests non-living tissue, blood clots, cysts, arterial plaque, inflammation, internal scar tissue chronic inflammation lies at the root of many health problems; Serrapeptase helps to resolve this in a natural and balanced way. Some people find that their symptoms disappear within just 1-2 weeks, but we generally recommend a course of 3-4 months and then reassess your needs. Certain health conditions may benefit from a long term maintenance dose of just 1 tablet per day.
Also, as above, please see Factors Involved In Auto-Immune Disorders And Effective, Natural Treatment Protocols
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