What Causes Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura? A lack of activity in the ADAMTS13 enzyme (a type of protein in the blood) causes thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TPP). The ADAMTS13 gene
controls the enzyme, which is involved in blood clotting. Not having enough enzyme activity causes platelets to clump together, forming blood clots. In TTP, when blood clots form, there are fewer
platelets in the blood. This can cause bleeding into the skin (purpura), drawn-out bleeding from cuts, and internal bleeding. It also causes small blood clots to form suddenly throughout the body,
including in the brain and kidneys. TTP also can cause red blood cells to break apart faster than the body can replace them. This leads to hemolytic anemia. My 25 yr. old niece has this very serious,
rare disease, and I wanted to know if there is any natural herbs to that can help her heal this condition?
Answer by Dherbs
There is plenty that can be done. Basically her blood needs to be addressed. This disease is perhaps mostly diet-related. Have her perform the FULL BODY DETOX. After the detox, put her on: BLOOD AND LYMPHATIC
FORMULA , ELECTRIC GREENS CELL FOOD, VITAMIN C
FORMULA, and KHEMETIAN GOLD and her situation will change for the better. She needs to change her diet too! More fruits and
vegetables (and vegetable juice). Just stick with Dherbs and her situation will change. Stay positive!