Crohn's Disease Herbs


I was diagnosed with mild crohn,s disease two years ago,I have tried many doctors medications but the side effects are too strong so I had to stop.I don't have much diarhea but lot of pain in my intestines and pain in my entire boby and red spots on my face.I read on the internet that Sedacrohn a natural herb was very effective for patients with Crohn.Has anyone tried it and tell me how it help then


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by: Annette Young

Hello there,

Thank you for your post. I have not had anyone tell me about their successes with sedacrohns but I have seen the advertising literature and they are saying it is all natural. Of course, all natural does not necessarily mean that it is safe or will work.

I would suggest that you take a good look at the ingredients on any label, prior to purchase and then just check the ingredients individually. I am all for natural products but I also know that many 'so-called cures or remedies' can actually be very unsafe.

I come from a natural health background so I am not trying to put you off, just want to you to be aware that fancy labels and well-written copy do not translate that the contents are great. So often we fall for fancy packaging.

When it comes to chrohn's disease I am a firm believer in taking prescribed medicines but to try to find a way to manage the disease by way of stress reduction, by eating foods that nourish without aggravating and by living a more holistic lifestyle.

I have attached a link for some natural remedies that you might find useful in the first instance. But I would just try one thing at a time so that you can monitor the effectiveness.'s_Disease

If you do try sedacrohn, please do let us know how you get on.

Wishing you the best of luck.

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