Moducare...anyone?

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Mimi3
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   Posted 8/30/2010 7:27 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi All
 
 I been doing a lot of reading on inflammation..and with my latest flare..I been trying to see other things I can try before I make a commitment to start Remicade
I read a lot of good things about Moducare..and decided to try it..I was wondering if anyone else has and what their results were..
 
Mimi

silverfox
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   Posted 9/12/2010 3:50 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi there. I have just recently started taking the Moducare on the advice of my Naturopath, as my previous treatment plan was not bringing the inflammation down. All I can say at this point is WOW, has it ever helped the inflammation. I am only on my second week, and the difference is amazing. I am treating Osteoarthritis, and have it very bad in my hands. I find I can already type with much less pain, as the inflammation is very minimal now. I don't know how long I will need to be on this, but from what I have read about Moducare it is a good, safe product to use. I am taking 2 pills in the morning and one at night. You apparently are not to have any dairy products within 2 hours of taking the moducare, but can eat/drink within a 1/2 hour of taking it. Good luck.

Mimi3
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Date Joined Feb 2003
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   Posted 9/12/2010 8:28 PM (GMT -7)   
Well...I was having a pretty bad flare...my first bad one in about 4 years...I read about Moducare and decided to try it...its been 3 weeks..and I say the same ...WOW.. it is really helping me... so far its letting me eat solid food again and I have avoided starting Remicade...they say it takes 3 months to feel the full benifits.... I definately recommend giving this a try...its all natural and has no known drug interactions.. I have also heard if you start this and your having Chemo or maybe even remicade treatments it stops hair loss during treatment.. I say this is worth a try
 
Mimi

cupcakespinkgal
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   Posted 9/13/2010 10:30 AM (GMT -7)   
I hadn't heard of this before, so looked it up out of curiosity. It is very interesting because it seems like a similar concept as LDN. It says it helps moderate or balance the immune system, not suppress it or boost it. Keep us updated on how you are doing.

I will keep this in mind in the future if I need to try something. I am trying a different alternate therapy right now that seems to be working, finally got my steroids down below 20! Yea!
Diagnosed with Crohn's in 1998, father has UC we were diagnosed at the same age.

Currently on 15 mg Prednisone, 2g Sulfasalzine, Serovera AMP, homemade Yogurt for Probiotics, Vit C, D3, B complex vitamin, and multi-mineral. Previously on Remicade, stopped Humira after 9 months, wasn't working.

No surgeries so far.
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