Thank you for sharing your experience. Perhaps I missed it. I'm also extraordinarily tired from a very unexpected and severe flare up the past few days and not thinking good. Would you be willing to share a blow by blow account of how you make this tea? Either here or pm me?
It is worth noting that I started drinking this when I was having 4 BMs a day, urgency, gut pain but with minimal blood, no fever and no malaise. If your colon is inflamed, you may need to get it under control first. I have not tried using ginger to induce remission mid-flare, but rather when trying to improve and maintain remission.
Also, please read the health cautions above. Too much ginger, or other medications and conditions, can cause serious complications.
I blend about
a handful of ginger, extract the juices, and mix 50ml of the juice with 10oz of water that is no hotter than 70deg centigrade, then add honey for taste. You can use more water to dilute the ginger if its too spicy.Thanks for the caution. I am currently having diarrhea , severe abdominal cramping sometimes, although no blood....am taking low level steroids and more immodium than I am comfortable to stop the diarrhea and go to work. So am not sure exactly when would be a safe time to try this. (of course will check this out with current medications too).
I am curious what type of juicer you use. I have a cheaper type of juicer....good for my carrots and apples...sometimes I've thrown in raw tumeric and ginger....not sure it would suffice for this. Also have a mini blender I guess similar to a bullet....would that work for the ginger juicing? So you get (don't know milliliters) fair quantity of juice, throw it in with some water...and drink it down....every morning. What makes you feel this particular remedy caused a remission, or apparent good health versus anything else you do? Thank you for your time. Also, do you follow a special diet?