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JPg000

Alpharetta, GA

#1 May 22, 2008
l need help. I need to talk someone
this is the first time I am no in some contraol. Going overr 20 to 30 tims a day.
Need help please
Help Crohns

Indian Wells, CA

#2 Jul 25, 2008
Hello everyone, I have come to you to share a personal experience that I have had with my best friend involving Crohns disease. So, my best friend had went into the doctor because his stomach had absolutely been killing him for a few days and then next thing we knew he was in the emergency room getting sections of his colon and intestines removed. Due to what the doctors believe to be Crohns his intestines had turned black and hardened up resulting in this emergency surgeries. I had to help my lifelong buddy recover both physically and emotionally from everything he endured including having to use a colostomy bag for a few month span after his surgery. This is where things get exciting for EVERYONE! I am also a professional athlete who just underwent an arm surgery and was recently (2 to 3 months ago) informed about a juice that promotes holistic healing and uses natural ingredients to promote better health and well being. Well, after doing research of my own I saw all the benefits of this juice and noticed that it is supposed to be especially good for gastro-intestinal health. Knowing what my buddy had been through I felt that it could possibly help him out. Not wanting to skew his opinion on the juice I didnt tell him what it was supposed to do. I gave him a bottle of it and told him just to let me know what he thought about it. Needless to say, He called me exactly three days after I gave it to him and asked me where I got it and how I found out about it. I immediately asked him why he was asking and he simply replied word for word "It makes my stomach feel good!" Not knowing exactly what he meant by that I asked him "what do you mean?" and he replied "Usually my stomach feels like there is something passing through and it will hurt REALLY BAD for like 5 to 10 seconds, and Im usually on the toilet 20 times a day! But since Ive been taking this juice my stomach hasnt had that "passing" feeling and dont have to live my life based around the bathroom." From that point on he has taken it ever since and now says and I quote "I cant live without it".

Now, I want you to realize that I am not trying to "push a product" on to any of you, I just feel like this is a very powerful 1st hand experience that I, as a human, should share with other people who are in similar situations as my friend. I just want to let others with Crohns Disease know that there just might be something out there to help benefit and improve their quality of life... All I ask is that you do as I did, do your own research and form your own opinions. This honestly could be exactly what you've been waiting for. If you would even like to speak with my buddy feel free to email me and I can make that happen too... He is super excited about how he now feels!

For more information on this juice go to www.consumezrii.com
Stacy

Hiram, GA

#3 Dec 11, 2008
Well, I hope this is a true story and you are not pushing Zrii. I'm just a little concerned because I have tried Zrii (I use to work at a Pilates studio which sold it) and it caused me to flare up. Hopefully this product does work for some.
Sheila

Huntsville, AL

#4 Jan 1, 2009
I was diagnosed with Chron's Disease in 1992, after having undergone an 8 month period of severe pain, loss of appetite (it hurt to eat anything but grits and tuna fish and orange soda. We still don't understand why) I also went from 265 lbs to 175 lbs, and lost my job as a telephone installer. I was originally diagnosed with colitis, then pancreatis, then fibroids, and under went a hysterectomy, before someone knew what was actually going on. I finally underwent had emrgency surgery where 3 feet of my intestines were removed. Over the years I have tried everything possible to treat the pain, including Zrii and Noni juice. Neither did anything but caused more pain and severe diaherea. I have become accustomed to the illness and was able to return to work, which discontinued my social security benefits. Anyhow, I guess I am just finally finding a place to share, since at the time of my onset, there were few available websites and no information of this disease in African American females. I am presently taking a small dose of predinisone, 5mg. daily, and have not had a recurrence in atlest 3 months. I will always have diahrea and have worked around this. At 55, I am just happy to be alive, but am not sure what to do now. No one will hire me with such a severe medical history.(Of course I know it's against the law, but employers never disclose the information used for not hiring anyone.) Any suggestions would be helpful. I live in South Carolina. mssky1@yahoo.com
Reeya

Atlanta, GA

#5 Jan 22, 2009
ROWASA ROWASA ROWASA! This medication is the only thing that worked for me, and it works in as little as three days! It is a enama but they have a Rowasa kit that makes everything more comfortable, this product is really something that anyone with UC should try!

Since: Jan 09

Seattle, WA

#6 Jan 25, 2009
We're getting a ton of feedback about how mix1 helps people suffering from Crohn's, so we want to give some bottles away so more people can see if it works for them - we keep hearing how it really improves quality of life.

mix1 protein & antioxidant drink has 100mg of green tea polyphenols (equivalent to 4 cups of green tea) and 2.5 grams of heart healthy fat (from extra light olive oil), and can therefore assist in managing pain and inflammation. It also contains 15 grams of whey protein isolate, 23 vitamins & minerals, and 3 servings of fruits and veggies, providing a quick and convenient way to get much needed nutrition. All mix1 products are all-natural and free of lactose, gluten, soy, casein and caffeine.

The first two hundred people who join the "mix1 and Crohn's disease" Facebook group will receive a free bottle of mix1 protein & antioxidant drink in the mail, so they can try it for themselves. Will you please help us spread the word? People with special dietary needs like Crohn's and Celiac send us emails all the time about how mix1 helps, so we want to make sure people give it a try and let us know what they think.

http://www.mix1life.com/faq.php
Nathan

Greenvale, NY

#7 Mar 28, 2009
The prescription antibiotic rifaximin (200 mg take 3 times per day) is the best possible treatment here. IT IS EXTREMELY SAFE! It may even cure the underlying problem, something thought impossible until recently. The trick is finding a doctor who knows much about it and will prescribe it. It should be taken for at least 9 months to a year to insure a cure. Physicians who are not up to speed on this will tell you that there is no cure for Crohn's. Don't fall for that. There is a ton of very promising scholarly literature regarding the apparent cure using rifaximin.

Also, if you can get a physician to prescribe the antifungal nystatin (1 million units taken 3 times per day), it can also bring benefit. Some speculate that Crohn's is not only caused by a bacterial infection (which rifaximin treats) but is a complex of pathogens that might be exacerbated by fungi (which nystatin treats). Both medicines work best if taken on an empty stomach.

About 3 days after starting these medication, you should incorporate a psyllium fiber (Konsyl is best). Make sure it is psyllium, other fibers will not work as well. Research has shown that psyllium works best because these pathogens bind to it and are evacuated. Konsyl should be taken 3 times a day with 16 oz of water.

Try to reduce your intake of sugary/carb foods. Get 15 min (no need for more) of full body (as full body as you can get) of sun exposure per day (this will cause your body to produce vitamin D, which will greatly benefit your condition).

Also, being taking as much of the amino acid Glutamine that you can get your hands on (best taken on an empty stomach). You can buy it fairly cheaply at Walmart (take it by the tablespoon full).

Finally, after you have completed the antibiotic course, start reintroducing good bacteria into your gut by using a medical-grade probiotic such as VSL#3.

Remember, even when your symptoms go away, do not stop using rifaximin until after at least 9 months. This is the only way to be sure that the disease-causing bacteria has truly been eliminated (kind of like a person with TB has to stay on antibiotics for 9 months, even if there are no symptoms). Some mycobacteria take a long time to eliminate and they hide well. RIFAXIMIN (and nystatin) ARE EXTREMELY SAFE BECAUSE THEY ARE ESSENTIALLY UNABSORBED SYSTEMICALLY. They just work in the intestinal tract, they don't travel throughout the body.
Joe Stephens

Norcross, GA

#8 Jun 4, 2010
Hi Reeya - Noticed that you are from Marietta, GA. I recently moved to Atlanta(Norcross) and am looking for a good support group. Do you happen to know of any. If so please email me at joestephens@yahoo.com
Reeya wrote:
ROWASA ROWASA ROWASA! This medication is the only thing that worked for me, and it works in as little as three days! It is a enama but they have a Rowasa kit that makes everything more comfortable, this product is really something that anyone with UC should try!
Mike

United States

#9 Jul 6, 2010
What type of doctor did you work with on this treatment? This sounds very similar to my wife's case. She just finished a 3 month cycle and did well, but things are getting shakey now that the Rifaximin is done. Low Dose Naltrexone seems to be helping, but not completely solving.
Nathan wrote:
The prescription antibiotic rifaximin (200 mg take 3 times per day) is the best possible treatment here. IT IS EXTREMELY SAFE! It may even cure the underlying problem, something thought impossible until recently. The trick is finding a doctor who knows much about it and will prescribe it. It should be taken for at least 9 months to a year to insure a cure. Physicians who are not up to speed on this will tell you that there is no cure for Crohn's. Don't fall for that. There is a ton of very promising scholarly literature regarding the apparent cure using rifaximin.
Also, if you can get a physician to prescribe the antifungal nystatin (1 million units taken 3 times per day), it can also bring benefit. Some speculate that Crohn's is not only caused by a bacterial infection (which rifaximin treats) but is a complex of pathogens that might be exacerbated by fungi (which nystatin treats). Both medicines work best if taken on an empty stomach.
About 3 days after starting these medication, you should incorporate a psyllium fiber (Konsyl is best). Make sure it is psyllium, other fibers will not work as well. Research has shown that psyllium works best because these pathogens bind to it and are evacuated. Konsyl should be taken 3 times a day with 16 oz of water.
Try to reduce your intake of sugary/carb foods. Get 15 min (no need for more) of full body (as full body as you can get) of sun exposure per day (this will cause your body to produce vitamin D, which will greatly benefit your condition).
Also, being taking as much of the amino acid Glutamine that you can get your hands on (best taken on an empty stomach). You can buy it fairly cheaply at Walmart (take it by the tablespoon full).
Finally, after you have completed the antibiotic course, start reintroducing good bacteria into your gut by using a medical-grade probiotic such as VSL#3.
Remember, even when your symptoms go away, do not stop using rifaximin until after at least 9 months. This is the only way to be sure that the disease-causing bacteria has truly been eliminated (kind of like a person with TB has to stay on antibiotics for 9 months, even if there are no symptoms). Some mycobacteria take a long time to eliminate and they hide well. RIFAXIMIN (and nystatin) ARE EXTREMELY SAFE BECAUSE THEY ARE ESSENTIALLY UNABSORBED SYSTEMICALLY. They just work in the intestinal tract, they don't travel throughout the body.
Jim Beebe

Woodstock, GA

#10 Aug 11, 2010
My mom recently had an ileostomy because of her Crohn's disease. Although the doctors are saying that this is an incurable disease and recommending putting her on drugs the rest of her life, my research shows that there are thousands of people that have been cured by changing there diet to mostly raw fruits and vegetables i.e. Jordan Rubin, author of the Maker's Diet, who let his body heal itself, David Klein, did the same thing:

Self Healing
COLITIS & CROHN'S 3rd Edition
2009 David Klein, Ph.D., Hygienic Doctor
Director, Colitis & Crohn's Health Recovery Center
P.O. Box 256
Sebastopol, CA 95473 USA
dave@colitis-crohns.com
www.colitis-crohns.com www.colitiscurebook.com

My question is does anyone know of a nutritionist that specializes in Crohn's near Woodstock, GA? I would really appreciate it. My email is CasaSolutions@gmail.com
Rt Rev Gregory Karl Davis

Atlanta, GA

#12 Dec 13, 2011
Colitis is curable with phytocannabinoid therapy, this ministry has determined through consistent investigations of published findings.

http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.13...

This ladies public testimony is notorious in support of cannabis indica (not sativa) extracts as curative.
http://www.facebook.com/profile.php...

This ministry can help make arraignments:
Greg@universalorthodox.org
www.universalorthodox.org
Ewa

Marietta, GA

#13 Dec 13, 2011
Hi!
We just moved to Marietta, GA and we are looking for a support group. Our daughter has IBD. If any on you folks are still around pls let me know! Best wishes to everyone!
Angel

United States

#15 Jan 31, 2012
Hi, my name is Angel and we just recently moved to Charleston S.C. I have crohn's and it is getting bad. I need a friend/ support group to help me deal with this. No one in my family or husbands has it and some times I feel like the weird one. My Dr.s tell me that because of where the desease has attacked I can not have any surgery except a complete Colon removal and he says I am not ready for that, which I dont understand. I have been on Remecade since 2007 and they say it is just keeping me at a stand still, but not helping me anymore. Please if someone could just give a kind ear, it would be very greatly appreciated. Angel in need of a friend.

Since: Apr 07

Alpharetta, GA

#17 May 9, 2012
Not sure if this forum is active or not, but your dr can tell the local support info.
Ewa

Marietta, GA

#18 May 16, 2012
Mike wrote:
What type of doctor did you work with on this treatment? This sounds very similar to my wife's case. She just finished a 3 month cycle and did well, but things are getting shakey now that the Rifaximin is done. Low Dose Naltrexone seems to be helping, but not completely solving.
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Hi Mike, are you still around? How is your wife doing? I would love to get in touch with you guys.
The protocol mentioned above makes sense to me - I had my daughter on natural antibiotic, oregano oil for a long time. She has been taking glutamine every day and after I stopped with oregano oil, I started with probiotics. I used Jini Patel protocol besides her medication (prednisone and Asa) She has been slightly anemic on and off, but fine for a really long time now. Once I am done with the probiotics (Natren)I will repeat the cycle again. And there is left is to pray that she grows. Best to all of you there!
Kendall

Calgary, Canada

#20 Oct 22, 2013
Hi! I have came accross a product (all natural) that has helped some friends with tohns and many others as well, and i have been looking for people to share it with, with similar conditions to try and help as many people out! If you think you would be willing to check it out to see if it could work for you, would you be interested in learning about it? email me if you are and we'll get connected - k . matieshin @ gmail . com
Cutie01

Morrow, GA

#21 Dec 14, 2013
I have found the perfect cures for UC and Chron's. Gastrazyme, Gastrazyme, Gastrazyme. Please, try this supplement it has changed my life. Another supplement that is great is Fare You Gastro VItamin U tablets which are kind of hard to find but if you google and then go to images you can find it. The Fare You Gastro tablets must say Vitamin U. There are other Fare You Gastro tablets that are great but UC & Crohns patients need the VItamin U because this helps to heal the colon. Vitamin U is generally found in the cabbage plant and I was juicing to help my chrons/colitis however, these pills are equivalent to the same amount of vitamin U found in the cabbage plant.

I hope this helps someone!!!

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