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03-22-2019, 05:58 PM   #1
mseve
 
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Homeopathic treatment that worked.

I just want to share my experience.
I dont know if it will work for other people.
But, it has worked wonders for me.

I have had a perineal fistual for 10 years.
Along with a vaginal fistula.

Historically, my fistulas havent been that active as far as discharge. Mostly just gas, or a little pus. But huge amounts of inflammation under the skin.

I have never taken any biologic med as my Crohns is mostly under control.

I am a big tea drinker and recently tried some new stuff that helped A LOT.

My perineal fistula has mostly disappeared. I used to be able to feel the inflamed fistula tract under the skin, and I can no longer feel it much. There is no longer any discharge.


I think I still have the vaginal fistula, due to passing gas, but Rome wasnt built in a day.

Anyways, what I did was:

Start consuming this tea:
Organic Feverfew Lemongrass

It has a lot of history regarding various "autoimmune inflammatory conditions". And being anti-tnf. But I havent found any studies regarding crohns.

In addition to that, I also take:
CBD Tea


Also mega dose fish oil.

NOTE: I have previously taken the CBD Tea and fish oil with no effect.

So, I feel this is related to the lemongrass/feverfew tea. And the CBD tea/fish oil supports it.

Anyways, I just wanted to share this. It helped me. Maybe it will help someone else.
Not much to lose when drinking some tea.

Btw: Dont take feverfew if you are allergic to rag weed as they are in the same family.
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Crohns since 2000, diagnosed at 28
Ileocecal resection in 2001 due to abdominal abcess
Mostly in remission, two inactive fistulas
Meds: Immodium when I have a busy day
Vits: Fishoil, B complex, D, Calcium, Multivitamin
Other: Feverfew Tea, CBD Tea, Green Tea

Last edited by Lisa; 03-25-2019 at 10:04 AM. Reason: Removed links to commercial sites.
03-25-2019, 11:43 PM   #2
mseve
 
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I didnt know that posting links to companies was disallowed. I am not an affiliate and it doesnt break your forum rules. I have nothing to gain.

I just know that company puts forth a good high quality product as I have been using their teas for years for treating other conditions (anxiety, stress, insomnia).

If anyone needs the details, I guess you can PM me about it.

(This all seems rather silly since we talk about specific brands of commercial meds on here. Do people talk about specific brands of probiotics on here? or certain diets promoted by Dr xyz? What do you have against tea exactly?)

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03-26-2019, 01:10 PM   #3
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I didnt know that posting links to companies was disallowed. I am not an affiliate and it doesnt break your forum rules. I have nothing to gain.

I just know that company puts forth a good high quality product as I have been using their teas for years for treating other conditions (anxiety, stress, insomnia).

If anyone needs the details, I guess you can PM me about it.

(This all seems rather silly since we talk about specific brands of commercial meds on here. Do people talk about specific brands of probiotics on here? or certain diets promoted by Dr xyz? What do you have against tea exactly?)
You can mention a brand, but you cannot link to a commercial site. I just sent you a PM with more information.
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While my experiences may not be what everyone has had- I feel it is worthwhile to share any and all experiences that may be beneficial to others.
03-26-2019, 10:23 PM   #4
mseve
 
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Thank you, I appreciate it.

The brand of tea I drink is buddah teas.
04-13-2019, 07:07 PM   #5
mseve
 
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I found this study about Feverfew inhibiting tnf alpha, and thought I would share since its related.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19112586
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