I would like to suggest something else for you if you don't mind. I have learned that using brown rice (ecological) every day for a week or two could calm down a flare and shut down an inflammation. If you want to go this route: make rice for breakfast by putting a cup of rice in water (quite much water) at night, and let it be there untill the morning, then eat it for breakfast. You could also make a lot and eat it as lunch or as often as you want, to avoid eating something else when hungry. Don't eat ANYTHING else than brown rice the first 10 days.
To reduce the inflammation: mix 2 teaspoons of curcumin with a fresh juice, no sugar, and drink this (some cups a day).
Also use: zink to reduce ulcers.
The use of castor oil packs applied to the skin of the abdomen, may have systemwide anti-inflammatory impact.
Avoid Omega 6 oils and increase Omega 3 oils. This omega 3 oil is known to reduce inflammation. Fish oil in liquid form is ok, not tasty, but use double the dose than suggested.
Garlic is the most anti-bacterial of the herbs, but most of the common herbs added to food probably affect the gut flora and shift it to a more anti-inflammatory composition.
Find some pre- and probiotics, this will reduce the inflammation activity, too.
And finally: google LDN. Low dose naltrexone. Using LDN may reduce your inflammation within days or weeks. You may want to know more by looking to one of the online LDN yahoo groups, one of them is for us with Crohns or ulcerative colitis. LDN, low dose naltrexone will increase your endorphins and reduce your pain, and gradually it may reduce the inflammation as well.
This is just my opinion, and not exactly what you asked for, anyway, good luck! / Bee