I have always been a big believer in "natural" remedies for many things, and I had tried many different things for my UC over the years, turmeric/curcumin pills just didnt help me, but I had read so many articles on curcumin being used for cancer and Alzhiemers prevention among many other diseases. I found the Haldi drinks, and tried them initially because of the curcumin and organic apple cider vinegar. Finding out later that it is a more absorbable form of curcumin. (that is what the company says). I now drink a bottle every day, but when I was flaring I was doing a couple a day. For me, and remember that we are all different, its been a life saver(literally). I get it now online because its cheaper than at whole foods where I found it before. haldi4health.com, good luck
now off prednisone and colazal
drink 1 Haldi daily to remain in remission
Are you are a sales agent of haldihealth.com
LOL. I started drinking 1 Haldi a day also l****. I advocate taking Haldi too. Does that make me a sales agent of haldi also?
JAMES - 19 Years old. 2nd year in college.
5'11. Pre-med student
Was bodybuilding for middle weight class at 175lb with 6%bf. then BOOM. UC kicked in for the first time in my life. Realized that from about
a year before I was diagnosed, I took so much Weight Gainers with full of refined sugar, artificial flavors in creatine, drank 4 sodas(sprite) a day.
Diagnosed with UC(universal) in Feb 2008. Lost 25lb in three weeks. Bloody hell diarrhea
Flare up in june 2008. took more antibiotics. Harder flare
Took prednisone for two months then 6mp. But I decided to get off on both.
10/08Started drinking hard liquors and once drank 15 shots in an hour.
Next day flare up.
11/08 Started anti-yeast regimen. I crapped out so much yeast. confirmed candida in stool studies.
On: No med but zinc, cod liver oil, coral calcium, probiotics, threelac, alpha lipoic acid, chlorella, sea salt, licorice root, aloe vera juice, VSL#ds(started 3/10/09)
Started eating dairy and all kinds of cheese again(beginning of March and I'm fine)
I guess this is remission? lol