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AMYLOSIS: description, symptoms and natural remedy

By On 28/04/2020 0


Description of amyloidosis


Amyloidosis is a disease that is accompanied by a violation of protein metabolism and the functioning of the immune system. The consequence of these disorders is the amyloid intercellular deposition of homogeneous protein masses in all organs of the body and its tissues, without exception. As it progresses, it displaces and replaces healthy cells in the affected organ, thereby causing loss of physical inactivity, which often causes the development of dystrophy. If amyloidosis is left untreated, it contributes to the formation of multiple organ failure, after which death can occur.

Medical scientists have found that amyloidosis worries about 1% of the world's population. In this case, secondary amyloidosis occurs several times more often than primary amyloidosis. This disease can be hereditary. Such cases were noted among representatives of Armenian and Jewish nationalities, as well as in Mediterranean countries.

There are 2 main forms of amyloidosis:

  • Systemic (tissues of most organs are affected);
  • Local (tissue damage in an organ: in the kidneys, heart, skin, etc.)

An interesting fact: men suffer from amyloidosis twice as often as women.


Classification of amyloidosis


  • Primary (idiopathic) amyloidosis. Its causes are not always known. The study found that amyloid fibrils are a consequence of chains of immunoglobulins called paramyloidosis. Symptoms of primary amyloidosis can be:
    • Myasthenia gravis, which causes muscle atrophy;
    • Abdominal pain accompanied by diarrhea and dyspepsia ;
    • Violation of the genitourinary system and menopause;
    • Diseases of the organs of vision (retinitis, periarteritis, etc.)
  • Secondary (general) amyloidosis . It occurs in the environment of other diseases, such as tuberculosis, bronchitis, osteomyelitis, malaria, syphilis, that is, against the background of chronic diseases and infections. General amyloidosis is accompanied by tissue breakdown and organ suppuration. Injury to the intestines, liver, spleen and kidneys are the most common. Secondary amyloidosis goes unnoticed for a long time. Mild weakness and decreased activity occurs when the kidneys are affected. Later in the analysis, proteins appear in the urine. At the last stage, renal failure develops.
  • Hereditary amyloidosis.  It is qualified by genetic mutations in the immune system, which leads to the formation of amyloid-producing cells. Hereditary amyloidosis can include fever, familial neuropathic, nephropathic and cardiopathic amyloidosis.
  • Senile cerebral amyloidosis.  This is the most dangerous, because in such circumstances the heart muscle, pancreas, lungs and brain are affected. Most often found in people with Alzheimer's disease.
  • Amyloidosis in tumors. The disease is manifested by the deposition of amyloid in the tissues of the affected organ, as a result of which the growth of the malignant tumor progresses. The cause of amyloidosis in neoplasms is endocrine cancer and a tumor of its islets.


Organ damage from amyloidosis


  • Kidney damage.  Frequent and very dangerous disease. The symptoms of renal amyloidosis have 4 stages: latent, proteinuric, nephrotic and azotemic.
  • Damage to the liver.  The size of the organ is increasing, which can be determined by probing the abdomen. Amyloid liver damage manifests as enlarged liver, jaundice, and portal hypertension.
  • Amyloidosis of the heart.  Its manifestation is accompanied by arrhythmia, shortness of breath, fainting and cardiomyopathy. Amyloid deposits can be present in both heart muscle and its membranes.
  • Amyloidosis of the skin.  It contributes to the violation of the blood supply in the vessels, which results in dryness and peeling of the skin. A rash may appear as a small red acne.
  • Joint disease.  With amyloidosis of the joints, the hands and feet are affected first, then the knees and elbows. Pain in movement, tissue swelling and high skin temperature in places of inflammation are characteristic.
  • Muscle damage.  Amyloidosis of these organs is manifested by their weakness, increase in size and compaction. Accompanied by pain and the appearance of dense nodules. If the disease is triggered, the muscles are squeezed, the blood supply is disrupted, leading to their death.
  • Disease of the nervous system.  Amyloidosis of the central nervous system is characterized by the deposition of amyloid in the brain tissue, a direct consequence of this process is a violation of the mental abilities of the patient.
  • Amyloidosis of the gastrointestinal tract.  The absorption of nutrients and vitamins changes. This manifests itself in the form of diarrhea, a sharp decrease in weight, fatigue, mental disorders, as well as hair loss and anemia.
  • Increased spleen . Amyloidosis of this organ leads to an increase in its size and the development of hypersplenism, characterized by anemia and leukopenia.
  • Amyloidosis of the lungs. It occurs with pneumonia, pleurisy, cyst. Most often located on the walls of the vessels of the lungs and bronchi.

Treatment of amyloidosis can only be carried out with careful examination of the patient in a hospital setting.



The signs of amyloidosis seen in people with this disease depend directly on the organ affected. In this regard, it is impossible to distinguish a specific group of symptoms, and depending on the amyloidosis of one organ or another, entire symptom complexes are distinguished. It should also be noted that primary generalized amyloidosis is characterized by polymorphism of the clinical picture, since together with the intestine, heart, skin, kidneys, endocrine and nervous systems may be affected.

Often the first symptoms can be long-term elevated body temperature, dramatically increased ESR (sedimentation rate).


Prevention of amyloidosis


This terrible disease can be prevented by using special diets and a variety of nutritional supplements. The first step is to:

  • Cut back on foods high in protein. This mainly concerns dishes of animal origin;
  • Increase the consumption of fish dishes, products containing whole grains, as well as vegetables, fruits and nuts;
  • Refuse dairy products, sugar and dishes containing caffeine;
  • Eat more foods that contain vitamin C. These are citrus fruits, cabbage, tomatoes, apples, gooseberries, baked potatoes, and many other foods.

Treatment depends on the type of disease. If the amyloidosis is primary, then sticking to an anti-protein diet will lead to a good result. Chemotherapy and the use of colchicine may also give a positive result. Secondary amyloidosis involves the appointment of antibiotics, antiarrhythmics and diuretic drugs that act on a specific organ.

If the drugs do not help, surgery is prescribed. In this way, bone marrow, kidney or liver transplant, heart transplant and even implantation of a pacemaker can be done.



Traditional herbal remedies AMYLOSE

Our treatment is not intended to completely treat the disease, but rather to slow its progression and relieve the various symptoms of the disease. Indeed the natural remedy that we offer is made up of plants with anti-inflammatory properties. It will also purify your blood and its diuretic properties will benefit you if you have  kidney , lymph node and spleen disease . For people suffering from nervous and cardiovascular disease, these plants will restore the functioning of these different systems. Our treatment is an all-in-one for the treatment of amyloidosis.

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Folk remedies

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Treatment of amyloidosis with folk remedies can positively affect the state of health, but should be carried out exclusively with the consent of the attending physician.

For many diseases, it is necessary to follow a diet, and amyloidosis is no exception to this rule. It is necessary to exclude protein and salt from your diet, as they affect kidney and heart failure. It is advisable to increase the use of products containing starch, ascorbic acid, potassium salts. These products include baked goods, potatoes, grains, peppers, green vegetables (spinach, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, dill), citrus fruits, garlic, carrots, liver, fish and dairy products.

In the treatment of amyloidosis, alternative medicine recommends eating raw liver, which contains a large number of useful and necessary substances for our body (ascorbic acid, tocopherol, B vitamins, carotene, acceleroptol). The liver also contains a rich composition of mineral elements: P, Fe, Zn, Cu. As a result of daily consumption of raw liver (for one and a half to two years), an improvement in the functioning of the kidneys, gastrointestinal tract and nervous system can be observed.

To strengthen the immune system, medicinal plants with anti-inflammatory properties are used. In folk medicine, the following remedies are popular:

  • Therapeutic infusion of chamomile, birch buds, immortelle, St. John's wort. These plants are mixed, and the mixture is placed in a thermos and filled with boiling water, after which it is allowed to infuse, strain and consume overnight.
  • Nettle broth (intended to cleanse the blood, also has anti-inflammatory effects).
  • The tea is made from flowers and nettle leaves boiled before use.
  • Wild strawberry, mint, St. John's wort tea. It is used as a tonic.

Alcohol tincture of oat grass. This drug is believed to have a beneficial effect on the functional activity of the heart, blood vessels and nervous system. When cooking, the grass is crushed, poured into a bottle and filled with alcohol, after which it is placed in a dark place (it is recommended to filter it periodically). Before use, dilute the tincture with water.


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