A Natural Approach To Health
Living With Job Syndrome
I had a question the other day about Job syndrome.
Job syndrome, or hyper-IgE syndrome is an immune deficiency syndrome characterized by recurrent staph infections, especially of your skin, and very high levels of a natural immune-system protein called immunoglobulin E (IgE).
Experts think this is a genetic condition.
The term Job syndrome – named for the Biblical figure who was afflicted with boils – came about because one of the symptoms of this syndrome is recurrent skin abscesses.
The staph infection may involve your skin, lungs, joints, and other sites.
Decreased bone density and frequent fractures are common.
Signs of allergies, like eczema, asthma, and runny nose, are sometimes present.
There’s no known cure for Job syndrome.
The main part of treatment is controlling the bacterial infection.
Treatment consists of intermittent or continuous antibiotics.
To deal with Job syndrome it’s beneficial to:
*Drink 6-8 cups of purified water.
*The following herbs are beneficial for healing abscesses and cleansing your blood: burdock root, cayenne (capsicum), dandelion root, red clover, and yellow dock root.
*You can make a chamomile or goldenseal poultice for any abscesses that form.
*Eat a diet consisting of 50% raw foods and include plenty of fruits, grains, and vegetables (as much organic as possible).
*Eat fresh pineapple daily. Pineapple contains bromelain, an enzyme that fights inflammation and aids healing.
*Include garlic and onions in your diet. They’re high in sulfur and can help to both prevent and cure abscesses.
*Add kelp to your diet.
*Try applying honey to any affected area. Honey destroys bacteria and viruses.
*Avoid mucus-producing foods, like dairy products, sugar, wheat, and food additives if you have any allergy symptoms.
*Be sure to take only hypoallergenic supplements, as these don’t contain potentially irritating substances.
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