minerals for crohns

by pauline

has anyone seen that american site for minerals that claim to cure crohn's? Costs about 200dollars but to get rid of it would be priceless.just wondered if anyone had tried it.

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by: Annette Young

Hello there,

Thank you for your post, I felt obliged to respond because it makes me so angry that when people are in pain and vulnerable, there are companies who will try and exploit this by dangling the proverbial carrot promising a cure.

Firstly, there is no known cure for Crohn's disease at this moment in time. That's not to say that one will not be found in due course and fingers crossed for that.

The best that you can do is to try to manage the Crohn's disease as it affects you personally and I know that this is not easy to do. Crohn's can be so aggressive and painful and it can completely disrupt lives, so I don't talk about managing the disease lightly. If your medication is not working, then you must go back and seek further medical assistance. There are medications out there that will be suitable for you.

You can also do things to help yourself such as eating easy to digests foods, eliminating those foods that trigger off an angry response, trying to sleep well to allow healing to take place, eliminating stress as much as possible, stopping smoking and drinking alcohol, ensuring that you have a healthy and nutritious diet even if foods have to be pureed or mashed for a while.

I can remember seeing a watchdog report about a teenager who was terminally ill and he was so desperate for a cure that he sent off for this miracle medication via the Internet and when they analysed the contents, one of the key ingredients was pure bleach. This treatment had no hope of ever curing him and could actually have made him ill.

I am not suggesting for one minute that the contents of the product that you have been talking about contain these sort of ingredients, and I completely sympathize with your desire to get well again. Of course you will be prepared to try anything. But please be careful. It's a sad world that we live in where people are willing to make money from other people's pain.

Do let us know how you get on.


it's a scam
by: Anonymous

There is no 'magic pill'. If there was, pharmaceutical companies would be all over it. Eat right, take multivitamins & omega's, and take care of yourself.

by: Anonymous

Thanks for your comments anonymous and starwoman.
If it seems too good to be true, it usually is. What about Modulin ibd by Nestle.That has to be prescribed. It's a drink which is a food that also helps the imflamation. I'm in pain now and off work. Surely theres something that will help. It's driving me nuts. I can hardly eat anything, well not a cooked dinner!

tried minerals and found it a waste of good money
by: Anonymous

Yes, the name of the company is www.resolvecolitis.com or www.resolveherpes.com or resolvearthritis.com I sent a lot of money away to NZ for this package, last October, tried it and it made me quite sick, stopped it for 1 week, made me sick again.told the manufacturers (scammers) about this, they sent me some more drops, and told me it would work, just give it more time, I have been in contact with them again now April, they still will not give me my refund and it was sent through Paypal, which I still have the receipt in my possession, it does not work with my Crohns disease, and should be stopped from being displayed on Colitis Crohns Herpes Arthritis sites........it is false and is misrepresented........and miscontstrued........

Do not buy this stuff.........


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