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PixieAlida
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   Posted 3/2/2018 3:18 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi guys,


I am curious what natural medicines and herbs you have tried and which ones have worked? Also please let me know if your UC gets better in hot or cold climate. Mine always gets worse when it’s warm.
I have tried physillum husk, marshmallow root, MSM, Indian francinscense , and curcuma. Acupuncture seems to relieve tension, so does Osteopathy, massages do wonders too for me, I get less cramps.

I am about to try CBD oil. Anybody used it? What concentration and how much?
As my UC has been „healed“ by smoking and came
Back after I stopped smoking (17 years without symptoms) I have a couple of theories and thoughts around this. Who else got UC (back) from non-smoking? Any experiences with comfrey root (as healing agent but also toxin) for this?
In addition to the natural anti-infammatories I tried I am now trying to find a cure by getting to the root cause and healing it/ levelling it out.

I have never taken medication, not when I had it as a child and not now. Only tried Salafolk for 6 months and decided to find a natural relief, now I am hunting for my
Personal cure. I strongly believe that everybody’s UC is different, so everybody’s cute looks different too.

Have a good night, Namaste! smilewinkgrin

I am just listing all natural remedies \ supplements I stumble on right here, not meaning I tried all of them, just compiling a list of what people say works (I will keep updating)

- Bowswellia Serrata (indian Francincsene, TNF inhibitor)
- Curcuma
- Marshmallow Root
- Slippery Elm Bark
- Comfrey Root
- Physillum Husk
- MSM (organic Sulfur)
- Gelatine \ Bone broth \ Glucosamine
- CBD oil (TNF inhibitor)
- Vitamin D
- Jian Pi Ling (chinese Herb formula to support Spleen health)
- Qing Dai ( Chinese Herb, for severe cases mixed with WubeiZI and Machixian)
- Modified Ginseng and Astralagus combination
- Prebiotics
- Wild Oregano Oil
- Herb formulas TCM for UC: Qing Shu Yi Qi Tang Wan! Xian Fang Huo Ming Yin Wan, Huai Hua Wan! Wu Mei Wan
- CCherbal
-Licorice (also inhibits TNF)

THIS is more for me as a collection of knowledge: Accompanying problems

Herpes - TCM - kudzu decoction, a popular formula that includes licorice, peony, ginger, jujube and cinnamon. release any tightness in the body, while the other herbs increase circulation formula is ideal for releasing infection. TCM, views herpes outbreaks as a product of imbalance in your qi, or vital life energy. Qi flows correspond to your internal organs. With herpes, the liver channel becomes blocked with stagnant qi, producing “phlegm”— thickened, sluggish body fluids that result from stagnant qi. phlegm accumulates and breaks through the surface of the skin.

PMS The Stomach Meridian runs through the nipple and the Liver Meridian runs along the breast. During the premenstrual period, the body's blood and qi (vital energy) tend to gather in the Thoroughfare Vessel and lead to a relative lack of supply in the other meridians. When stagnation or obstruction occurs in the Stomach and Liver Meridians, the breasts will be affected.

Post Edited (PixieAlida) : 5/2/2018 9:04:06 AM (GMT-6)


WorriedUCer
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   Posted 3/6/2018 5:33 AM (GMT -6)   
If there was a medicine that reliably allowed me to achieve remission or even gave me quite a bit of relief when heading into a flare, I would take it. But since rectals don’t work for me (and even seem to make it worse), steroids are agony for my bladder, and imuran causes me to vomit uncontrollably (even when there’s nothing left), I just tend to let my UC run it’s course. The only thing that seems to give me any relief is probiotics, so I take them copiously and also mesalazine. Im usually pretty good in that I don’t tend to flare for long, but I would like for some of these newer drugs to become available. I’m not really into biologics just yet, but if the need arises they’re there.

eekseel
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   Posted 3/6/2018 11:14 AM (GMT -6)   
For me, 10 months later, it's still qing dai, aka woad, aka isatis naturalis. 1.5g 2x per day. I still get symptoms mind you, but the pain I feel is 99.99% less and I've had zero bleeding or urgency since I started. When I feel pain it's a sign that I haven't been regular with the medicine or my other supplements (standard multivitamin, fish oil, curcumin, probiotics, etc). You can get pounds of it on ebay for cheap but you have to get a capsule maker as it is literally indigo dye and creates quite a mess.

PixieAlida
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   Posted 3/8/2018 10:19 AM (GMT -6)   
Rather than taking Mesalazzine, habe you tried Boswellia serrata, Curcuma and MSM? The combo of all three is very good. MSMS might make you tired so take before bed or leave out completely.
Those three were more successfully than msalazine or salafolk for me which I tried for something like 3-4 month.

HJQuinn
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   Posted 3/8/2018 10:46 AM (GMT -6)   
I am currently trying to identify my triggers and treat naturally as well. I have tried Asacol, Colozal, Prednisone, Imuran, Lialda, Humira and Remicade. This entry would be too long if I got into all of the side effects. I came off of the Remicade because it caused lupus like symptoms. I began to flare again and decided this is my opportunity to try and go into remission on my own. I fasted a day or two and read meat broth/ stock can actually help replenish intestinal mucous which protects our intestinal lining even from the immune system. I figure our immune system attacks for a reason. Meds stop the immune system but what is the root of the problem? Why is it attacking us? I think everyone's triggers are different and it may be a combination of things. There are antibiotics in foods, that is a known trigger so I'm going organic. It's also very important to manage stress. I do think our gut flora gets thrown off too. Dehydration causes diarrhea. Anemia or even hormone imbalance could be a trigger. Maybe our immune system sees emotional stress as an injury. Maybe the combination of toxins and stress cause our immune system to overreact but if we can let go or forgive or whatever we need to do and also eat organic gut healing foods... well that is my theory. So far it's working! :o) I was able to go into remission on my own with broths, white rice, bananas, yogurt (probiotics), coconut water (electrolytes), peppermint oil (very small amounts on tongue and on my belly), veggies cooked til mushy (especially dark leafy greens), salmon, ...Anyways I ate well cooked, small amounts and drank lots of water. My goal was to heal my gut, allowing it to rest and not have to work too hard. Lots of rest and prayer. I take a multi-vitamin, ferrous sulfate, D3, biotin, turmeric.

It was a minor flare so it may not work for everyone but I guess what I'm saying is I was very picky about what I put in my body. Only Anti-inflammatory, easy to digest, small amounts of gut-healing organic foods. Once in remission I can eat more but I'm planning on keeping these things as part of my regular routine. Hoping for the best.

Post Edited (HJQuinn) : 3/8/2018 9:51:37 AM (GMT-7)


HJQuinn
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   Posted 3/8/2018 10:48 AM (GMT -6)   
...and olive oil! ;o)

PixieAlida
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   Posted 3/8/2018 12:19 PM (GMT -6)   
Thanks HJ Quin, yes i agree. All mediacation just masks the problem and makes it worse. That’s why I am generally not a fan of medication and never take anything. Not for the flu, not for the Colitis, not for anything. I always go natural. But despite my success with keeping the Colitis at bay with natural remedies, all I did here was also solving the problem (inflammation) with natural anti infammatories. So I also wasn’t looking at the root cause, which is what I am doing now. Shame that medicine simply says "there is no known cause".

And I also believe like you that everybody Colitis is totally different. Which is pretty wild especially considering that, again, medicines approach to everybody Colitis seems to be totally the same.

I just feel so left alone and disappointed that nobody actually considers my very unique symptoms.

I remember as a child (when I still went to normal doctors about this) arguing the toss with this doctor saying that I can feel that food has got no impact on me at all.

Still to this day I feel that it doesn't. I still eat super healthy though, I eat organic where I can, I don't do dairy at all, I avoid meat and daily live vegan (I do eat fish though!). But I have to say I do feel the benefits of gelatine, so I will have homemade chicken broth, bone broth, or take gelatine straight up or make homemade gummibears (sugar free) to get my sweet gelatine fix.

I am very health conscious and watch what I eat, I have no normal sugar in the house, everything is homemade, I make my own vegan chocolate, I eat organic, mainly vegan, use very good olive oil, eat almost no bread at all, eat loads of superfoods, sprouts, seeds, greens, etc.. So for me food really isn't an issue, and it has never been, so I don't eat how I eat for the Co,itits, rather for general health and because I just love eating healthy!

Its crazy how many medications people use on here, I don't know any of the ones you have named, guessing they are steroids, immune suppressants, anti inflammatories and so on. Not surprised they made more trouble than good.

Happy to hear healthy foods helped you into remission, well done! Have you tried adding Tumeric (combined with Black pepper) to your diet? It works so well!!

@eekseel (how do I tag somebody here by the way???) I have looked up qing die and found that it is also mentioned in an article I have found some time back about chinese herbs with Colitis. I have tried some herbs and believe chinese medicine has good options, but am yet to find a herbalist that is willing to montor me taking the ones I found on there. I have been to a herbalist before but he only wanted to sell me the ones he had rather than me testing what I found on there.
I am still not sure about self medicating with chinese herbs without supervision.

We will see.

I am so happy I have found a few people that also want to treat the natural way!!!

smilewinkgrin

iPoop
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   Posted 3/8/2018 12:49 PM (GMT -6)   
I am happy you are doing well.

Medications no more mask-symptoms than foods and supplements do. If you stop your natural treatments, then UC symptoms do return (much like symptoms do when stopping medications). Therefore both aren't cures but treatments one and the same.

I wish it was as easy as choosing pepsi (natural treatments) or coke (medications) and that UC would be treated equally well, however, that is not the case with many of us. I tried the naturals and got no noticeable improvements within my UC symptoms. The vast majority of UC patients do require maintenance medications, and we are not completely crazy for using medications. There's mild UC cases and then there's much more severe cases and it is often those worst-cases that require the use of strongest medications. I would guess that the milder cases are the most likely to respond to more natural means.

Just be careful. Do still see a gasteroenteroligist and get routine colonoscopies and other tests to make sure your symptoms are truly gone with your treatments. As eating certain foods can slow motility, but not resolve the underlying inflammation you have from your UC. There's food-intolerances and allergies that you might be treating, but not the UC underneath. And if your UC gets worse then do not hesitate to try medications, as it might be necessary someday. UC can spread in extent and severity when under-treated, and is most likely to do so within the first 5 years of diagnosis.

Cheers!
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Rx: Remicade @5mgs/kg/6wks; daily 75mgs 6MP, 4.8g generic-Lialda, and rowasa

UC experience: wakeup with noisy bowels so no lingering in bed, soon after poop with discomfort/pain/mild-nausea, eat something, poop, get dressed, poop, leave in car and worry whole drive about more...

Post Edited (iPoop) : 3/8/2018 11:52:14 AM (GMT-7)


PixieAlida
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   Posted 3/8/2018 1:53 PM (GMT -6)   
HI Ipoop, I agree, depending on the medication or natural medication both will only mask symptoms. However there are less side effects to taking naturals and also some of them (like chinese herbs) can actually balance out imbalances and cure problems. Its finding the right one.
But I know that the likes of boswellia is like a natural version of mesalazzine\ salafolk. Both do the same so don't solve the problem itself. I do however think that once the right natural treatment is found, the one that balances out the imbalance in the body through which it attacks itself, there is a cure. I only see this in natural remedies, not in pharmaceutical ones.

I am not sure how to rate UC, but remember as a child my mom has been told that if I don't take steroids and cortisone then my colon will have to be removed fairly soon. Not sure if this is normal for doctors to say for "moderate" cases.

I don't have any food allergies or intolerances at all. No, I don't get colonoscopies and also don't see a Gastroenterologist. I understand for people to call me insane for not doing so. But I feel I am ok. I have light flares, bad flares, long and short remissions. Unfortunately I don't have a lot of faith in doctors and don't see how they could help me.
I know I should get my colon checked, but I don't want to deal with the medicinal BS that comes with it.

I feel so far, I have been the best doctor I ever had and I have developed a very good awareness of my body. I don't need somebody telling me what they textbook says or what their paying pharma company recommends I do.

I have not noticed a change in severity since it started again which was 4 years ago.

PixieAlida
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   Posted 3/8/2018 2:40 PM (GMT -6)   
I also just read in another post about Orgegano oil for Colitis. This is amazing. I have some at home which I do put in my water every now and then (just like 5 drops in 1 later). It tastes amazing!
I started it because I had a bad bronchitis (I am sure you all know how easy even cold, cough, etc just nests in when having colitis) and I didn't want to treat it with meds, so I found oregano oil. I then continued to take it as I went to Costa Rica for a month (to prevent getting parasites). After reading this other post I think ill start it again now!

iPoop
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   Posted 3/8/2018 2:45 PM (GMT -6)   
Colorectal cancer screens are essential for us, and could cost you your life for foregoing them. The longer you have UC the more likely you are to get CRC. I understand some prefer natural approaches but forgoing all medical treatment including preventative screenings is a really bad idea. Having a relationship with a good gasteroenteroligist is essential, should your treatment fail and you flare badly. It can happen as UC is very unpredictable.

Post Edited (iPoop) : 3/8/2018 1:49:39 PM (GMT-7)


Connor77
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   Posted 3/8/2018 3:00 PM (GMT -6)   
Warmer weather definitely makes me worse, much like saunas do. When you have inflammation you're already running hot. Plus, if you have a detoxing problem in your body, adding heat will speed up all the methylation and detox pathways, which brings on challenges.

I've tried many supplements over the years... none have been a cure. What I use with reliability is grapefruit seed extract (a specific brand, not just any) as it keeps yeast down and potential pathogens. If probiotics don't help me get things under control then usually GSE does.

I take a lot of vitamins, some by injection, including: magnesium, B complex, vitamin C, zinc, taurine, glycine, L-carnitine, methyl B12, methyl folate, molybednum, lithium ortate, etc... the list goes on.

These all help me feel stronger despite an ongoing flare.

Oil of oregano is one of the only things that can kill mycobacterium avium paratuberculosis but you have to take high quantities of it which is hard on the liver. I suspect that a lot of people who experience some recovery from using anti-microbials probably have an ongoing pathogen problem as the root of their UC.
DX left-sided UC 2015, 3 fulminant flares since then
Started FMT clinical trial Feb 2018
Dx w/mycobacterium avium paratuberculosis (MAP) Sept 2017
Stopped AMAT @ 6 weeks due to intolerance of meds
Others: Entyvio every 4 weeks, Low Dose Naltrexone 3mg at bedtime, natural ferments
Current status: lingering rectal bleeding, otherwise healthy

PixieAlida
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   Posted 3/8/2018 3:35 PM (GMT -6)   
Yes, Ipoop, I know. I will go at some point if I haven't gotten a solution by the end of this year.
I read though that nuts are very good to prevent cancer. And I eat loads of them! smile

Intersting Conner, a lot of people get better in warm weather. I wonder why as your theory makes total sense to me.
I read about Organo oil and the liver, but read that small quantities are fine. idea

If only I could find a good naturopath that could accompany me on my crazy journey! smilewinkgrin

Connor77
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   Posted 3/8/2018 6:39 PM (GMT -6)   
I've not found naturopaths terribly useful. I have a couple who are friends, one who has been in the business for 15 years. His breadth of knowledge is amazing, yet his clinical efficacy rate is not as high as I thought it would be.

I think UC is a really difficult condition no matter who you see.
DX left-sided UC 2015, 3 fulminant flares since then
Started FMT clinical trial Feb 2018
Dx w/mycobacterium avium paratuberculosis (MAP) Sept 2017
Stopped AMAT @ 6 weeks due to intolerance of meds
Others: Entyvio every 4 weeks, Low Dose Naltrexone 3mg at bedtime, natural ferments
Current status: lingering rectal bleeding, otherwise healthy

beatUC
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   Posted 3/8/2018 7:02 PM (GMT -6)   
WorriedUCer, "But since rectals don’t work for me (and even seem to make it worse)" I have had the same experience with rectal meds. My doc said rectals don't work for most of his UC patients due to the limited area they can cover. I'd be interested in how many here can deal w flares only using rectals, I'd say very few if any. Plus, who wants to stick anything up their bum? -Not me, it's gross!
One natural item that has worked well for me is Kefir, but only in small amounts, if I have too much it causes extreme bloating. Best of luck finding natural treatments and avoiding the drugs!
Imuran
Asacol
Rowasa
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Scarecrow
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   Posted 3/9/2018 6:21 AM (GMT -6)   
I have been in remission for 7 years now with natural remedies. The main ingredient in CCherbal is Indigo Naturalis (or Qing Dai). It has been a magic bullet for my UC.
I have had this disease for 25 years now. Tolerable at first as I went into remission with drugs like prednisone and finally Remicade. In 2009, I developed antibodies to Remicade. I tried everything. I began taking Chinese herbs have never looked back. Good bye prescription drugs! My solution:

CCherbal
Metamucil/Psylium Seed Powder mix

PixieAlida
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   Posted 3/9/2018 8:01 AM (GMT -6)   
BeatUC, yes, I love Kefir and Kombucha, actually anything fermented to be honest.

Scarecrow, I have looked at CCherbals ingredients: Qing dai, clears heat from liver and stomach meridian, Huang Qin Clears heat and dry dampness, purge fire and relieve toxicity, cool blood and stop bleeding, Mu Xiang: Moves qi and alleviates pain.

This sounds almost perfect. It addresses everything all healers I have been to have told me, damp heat, stagnation of Qi in Spleen, Fire in Lung meridian etc. I will see if I can find a good herbalist here and ask him \ her about the different herb combos I have found.
Thanks so much for your input.

Are you still taking the herbs or do you feel it has addressed the underlying cause?

I know that I should probably add some herbs to tonify the spleen as this appears to be a big problem for me. Maybe D3 could be good as that also correlates to the spleen.

eekseel
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   Posted 3/11/2018 3:30 AM (GMT -6)   
I don't look at qing dai from the chinese medicine perspective. The clinical studies done didn't approach it this way either. All the clearing liver heat, etc may very well tie into what it's doing, but the studies were done from a western approach. So there's plenty of scientific data for skeptical people to chew through. At the end of the day it's a plant, it grows out of the ground like thousands of other plants used medicinally to treat all types of illnesses. I'm not saying not to see anherbalist, but I really don't think you need to overcomplicate it (like is see so many do). Just start with the one herb that has been clinically studied to help UC and go from there.

I was on the same path of so many people here, moving from one aggressive medicine to the next, with surgery being the only end in sight. I'm not suggesting anyone abandon their medication, but seeing that adding one medication on top of another was getting me nowhere and felt like a racket from the start, I abandoned mine. The path I was on reminded me of how psychiatrists tried to treat my depression. It was one medication on top of another while having nothing to say about diet, supplements or herbs. Since herbs helped me with my depression and weened me off meds, I figured the same could happen with my UC. Thanks (mainly) to qing dai, I was right. Of course I'm only speaking for myself.

Every time my symptoms have come back it's from not being regular with qing dai. So it's not a cure, as iPoop said there isn't one, but it has helped a lot of people at this point.

CCHerbal is a mix but is mostly qing dai. That is the "secret ingredient". Not to say the other stuff won't help you, but imho taking the herb on it's own is not only cheaper but would help you zero in on what actually works for you. The brand I used to take has now since doubled in price (probably saw the increased demand and wised up). The good news is that this stuff grows like a weed so there will always be places to find it cheap. You can get months worth for the price you'd pay for a bottle of formula.
Diagnosed UC 2009 - Moderate Pancolitis since 2015.
April 2017 stopped Lialda after 5 years, in remission after 6 months Qing Dai (3grams daily) + 60mg sulforaphane (140g brocolli sprouts, juiced) + good multivitamin, fish oil, CBD oil, cardio and other odds and ends.

You can only lead a horse to water...

PixieAlida
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   Posted 3/11/2018 1:29 PM (GMT -6)   
Eekseel, Can I you which brand you use?
You said something about putting it in capsules, can it not be taken as powder?

Also, do you mind me asking what herbs you have taken for the depression?

Thank you

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   Posted 3/11/2018 3:50 PM (GMT -6)   
The one i used was treasures of the east which went from $30 to $80 for 100 grams, obscenely expensive. They saw the opportunity to take advantage of people with UC and took it. Their product is no different than isatis naturalis powder but its more coarse so it was easy to take straightr. Do a search for isatis naturalis on ebay. The powder is more fine and harder to take straight, so i put it in capsules which is ultra convenient. A capsule machine doesnt cost much and is a great thing to have anyway since you can then buy herbs in bulk for a lot less than buying lpre-capsuled herbs.

There are many herbs to use for depression and its all trial and error. If taking ssris you want to be careful since many plants work on serotonin levels. St johns wort, kava kava, valerian, chamomile to name a few. There is also free and easy wanderer which is a TCM formula. Takng multivitamins, fish oil, and probiotics is the foundation. If i skip those i wont feel balanced no matter what i do. Always start with your essentials and go from there. Brocolli sprouts help with systemic inflammation and contain phytochemicals as effective at treating depression as prozac. Chronic systemic inflammation is the underlying mechanism for depression.

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   Posted 3/11/2018 8:07 PM (GMT -6)   
I use medical marijuana and have been in remission ever since. Cancelled the surgery and am off all other meds. Vaporizing the plant form, specifically high CBD and high CBG strains, and taking THC/CBD edibles. My life is back to normal and I hope you guys are willing to try it as well to find relief.

HJQuinn
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   Posted 3/13/2018 2:11 PM (GMT -6)   
One reason symptoms may get worse in a warm climate is because the sun raises our TNF. And a reason many of the supplements help us is because they are natural TNF blockers. The drugs like Remicade and Humira are potent TNF blockers. When I found out natural TNF blockers exist I got super excited. And yes marijuana is a TNF blocker haha as is nicotine which is why smokers don't usually have UC. I won't be trying those methods but it just shows why they work. :oD

PixieAlida
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   Posted 3/14/2018 10:54 AM (GMT -6)   
Hey DonnyO, I am so happy for you! I wish I could take it too, it used to be a lot of fun. But as I got older I can't deal with being toned anymore, it freaks me out! And it makes me incredibly tired, hungry and lazy. tongue But I ordered some CDB oil which should have the same effect health wise, so fingers crossed it works. I like the thought that its ok to use it longer and also that it anti-cancer which is something I am worried about of course.
I hope you stay healthy, how long have you been in remission?

HJQiunn, thank you for your input. I never heard of TNF, and now I can't stop reading about it. It makes so much sense! I never knew there is a clinical "good" effect of nicotine. Amazing.
Yes, Ill skip the nicotine one too as I certainly had enough of it in my life but will try the marihuana one (without the TCH, of which I also had enough of!) smilewinkgrin

Interesting that LSD is also a TNF blocker.

Random question; Have any of you guys done ayahuasca?

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   Posted 3/14/2018 9:48 PM (GMT -6)   
PixelAdaira:
You said that you went to remmision (or you are good now) with diets and eating natural things and no meat.
Ok.
You colitis or Uc how seroius was severe modeate very serious?
I interest everything regarding your diet.

PixieAlida
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   Posted 3/15/2018 2:09 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi Hambo88, that was HJQuinn, getting I to remission with food. For me food doesn’t make a difference.
I just eat healthy because I believe a healthy, balanced diet is good for overall health and cancer prevention etc.

I eat mainly vegan (but no packaged vegan products like vegan cheese or vegan sausages and stuff, as these are full of processed stuff). So rather plant based, anything that grows and doesn't need a package. Sticking to the 3 ingredient rule is quite good, If anything has more than three ingredients, I don't eat it. Well, try to! devil

But I do eat fish as I think its very healthy.

I eat very nutrient dense foods, make my own desserts (vegan) and eat loads of superfoods. Sometimes I supplement with Chlorella or Spirulina for something like 4 weeks.

But with Colitits specific diet I won't be able to help as, as mentioned above, diet doesn't seem to influence me.

Good luck for you

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