Crohn's Disease (also Colitis & Granulomatous)

by

Man Found Standing

, Medicine Man Practitioner

Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammation of the digestive tract that is most often diagnosed in the young.  This disease affects portions of the bowel so severely that it can inhibit digestion.  This disease generally involves the small bowel and can restrict the absorption of nutrients, leading to malnutrition and deficiencies of vitamin B12, calcium, folic acid, and vitamin D.  Getting enough calories for adequate nutrition for normal body function and growth is often difficult.  

Ulcerative colitis symptoms are very similar to Crohn's disease.  Ulcerative colitis begins at the bowel’s inner surface, where Crohn’s disease begins below the mucosa and spreads into the deeper layers of the bowel wall but can affect the small or large intestine (colon).

Symptoms include:

     Diarrhea / Constipation

     Fever

     Fatigue

     Abdominal Pain / Cramping

     Bloody Stools

     Mouth Sores

     Loss Of Appetite / Weight Loss / Malnutrition

     Pain Or Drainage Near Or Around The Anus

     Inflammation Of The Joints, Liver, Or Bile Ducts


Modern medicine has no known cure for Crohn's disease and their treatments consists of the use of powerful anti-inflammatory medications, such as steroids, that will not work for the long term.  Other treatments involve surgically removing areas of the bowl, that never fully heal and scars that cause bowel obstructions.  I personally never met any Crohn’s patients that felt that medicine adequately controlled their symptoms.

Natural remedies would include high quality supplements like Apán, avoiding toxins, and making sure you are only eating foods with the proper nutrition.  As your body's immune system and stem cells are activated, your body will heal itself.

If you have this condition, I would highly suggest you look into my top three favorite products:

        * Defense

        * Wild Apán Super Daily

        * Enzymes

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