Lupus is Copper Deficiency

The cure for lupus is copper. Lupus is copper deficiency. World, you are welcome.

Two sources below:

The first source for my insight was an article promoting “copper toxicity”. Even these “haters” of copper admit the side effects of copper deficiency induced by chelation therapy by penicillamine, which specifically lowers copper, which then induces Lupus.

Source:…/j…/1987/pdf/1987-v02n03-p171.pdf “Drug treatment
consists of chelating agents, namely
penicillamine, which binds copper ions causing
their excretion. Chelating agents also have high
affinities for other essential trace minerals
leading to deficiencies of other Trace elements.
The copper levels may be brought to the normal
range, but zinc, molybdenum, manganese, and
other cations may be depleted leading to
numerous side effects such as prurititis, lupus,
urticaria, thyroiditis, synovitis, anorexia, nausea,
vomiting, epigastric pain, peptic ulcers, hepatic
dysfunction, pancreatitis, loss of taste, hemolytic
anemia, bone marrow depression, leukocytosis,
proteinuria, hematuria, tinnitus, optic neuritis,
myasthenia gravis, alopecia, epidermal
necrolysis, bronchiolitis, pulmonary fibrosis,
bronchial asthma, and excessive wrinkling of the
skin. Penicillamine therapy, therefore, should be
avoided except for severe cases of acute
poisoning, rheumatoid arthritis, and some cases
of Wilson’s disease. “

The second source was this:

Turns out, the woman was taking hydroxychloroquine for 20 years to cure lupus. Since I had just read about lupus, above, I looked it up, and I found 7/8 symptoms were related to copper deficiency. Looking it up again reveals a more complete list of Lupus symptoms, and even more related to copper deficiency:

From google:
I will add CD where I think it’s copper deficiency. (CD-copper deficiency)

Symptoms vary but can include fatigue (CD), joint pain(CD) rash(CD), and fever. These can periodically get worse (flare-up) and then improve.
People may experience:
Pain areas: in the muscles(CD)
Pain types: can be sharp in the chest(CD)
Pain circumstances: can occur while breathing
Whole body: anemia(CD), fatigue(CD), fever, or malaise(CD)
Hair: hair loss or loss of scalp hair(CD)
Skin: red rashes or scaly rashes(CD)
Mouth: dryness or ulcers
Also common: anxiety(CD), blood in urine(CD), clinical depression(CD), face rash(CD), flare, headache, joint stiffness(CD), raynaud’s syndrome, sensitivity to light, swelling(CD), water retention, or weight loss

To me, based on my memory and what I know of copper, this is 16 indications of copper deficiency.


  1. Further confirmation:
    Copper Deficiency as Cause of Unexplained
    Hematologic and Neurologic Deficits in Patient
    with Prior Gastrointestinal Surgery

    The differential diagnosis of patients with presentations such as ours should include not only B12
    and folate deficiency, but also problems such as
    central nervous system infection, multiple sclerosis,
    lupus, multiple myeloma, leukemia, or other malignancies. To diagnose copper deficiency, serum
    copper level should be measured; ceruloplasmin
    level is nonspecific and can be an acute phase reactant

  2. Wilson’s disease combined with systemic lupus erythematosus: a case report and literature review

    My note: While Wilson’s Disease is said to be from “high copper”, the reality is that copper is only high in the liver, and maybe the brain, but not always. Serum copper is low, and ceruplasmin is low copper. In my opinion, Wilson’s Disease is low copper, and likely from toxic fluoride, which is binding to the available copper, and there is not enough copper to flush out the toxic fluoride. See here:

  3. Association Between Serum Trace Element Concentrations and the Disease Activity of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

    In summary, lower serum values of Alb, Zn, Se and Zn/Cu R were found in SLE patients compared with healthy controls; however, in addition to serum Alb concentrations, serum Cu concentrations were also negatively correlated with lupus disease activity.


    This case-control, cross-sectional study included 225 patients, 120 healthy controls, and 105 SLE patients. Serum concentration of Li, V, Cu, Zn, Mo, Cd, and Pb was measured. Serum concentrations of V (p < 0.001), Zn (p < 0.001), and Pb (p < 0.001) were lower and Mo (p < 0.001) and Li (p < 0.001) were higher in patients with SLE compared to healthy controls. My note: This is very interesting. Copper was not mentioned as being lower. Maybe it's all the co nutrients, vanadium and zinc, that are needed for copper to work?

  5. I have always been fascinated with copper myself and know deep down there is a very key reason for it.
    Copper is mentioned 55x in the bible

    ATS Bible Dictionary
    One of the primitive metals, and the most ductile and malleable after gold and silver. Of this metal and zinc is made brass, which is a modern invention. There is little doubt but that copper is intended in those passages of our translation on the Bible which speak of brass. Copper was known prior to the flood, and was wrought by Tubal-cain, Genesis 4:22. Hiram of Tyre was a celebrated worker in copper, 1 Kings 7:14. Palestine abounded in it, De 8:9, and David amassed great quantities to be employed in building the temple, 1 Chronicles 22:3-14. In Ezra 8:27, two vessels are mentioned “of fine copper, precious as gold.” This was probably a metal compounded of copper, with gold or silver, or both. It was extolled for its beauty, solidity, and rarity, and for some uses was referred to gold itself. Some compound of this kind may have been used for the small mirrors mentioned in Exodus 38:8 Job 37:18. See BRASS.

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