Crohn’s disease is one of a number of conditions under the general category of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Crohn’s is an inflammation or series of inflammations that can occur anywhere along the gastrointestinal tract from the oral cavity to the anus. Often there are multiple separate locations (skip lesions) affected. The inflammation is in the lining and extends deep into the walls of the intestinal tract.
It is considered by most to be an auto-immune disease and there are some reasons to believe it may be genetic.
Symptoms vary greatly from person to person but may include diarrhea, abdominal discomfort or pain, vomiting, weight loss. Discomfort often comes in episodes and may be triggered by stress, insufficient fluids, inadequate nutrition, allergic reaction to certain foods, or just not eating properly (gulping a meal down, eating on the run, etc.).
Pain: Cassia, Peppermint
A protocol with multiple success experiences:
· Rub Digestive Blend on outside of tummy 2 times daily for 6 months
· Rub Digestive Blend and Ginger on bottoms of feet daily for 6 months
· Drink 1/2 of body weight in ounces of water daily
One success experience with one 00 capsule per day with:
· 2 drops Digestive Blend
· 2 drops Frankincense
· fill remainder with Virgin Coconut Oil
Another successful experience using:
· 5 drops Peppermint
· 5 drops Digestive Blend
· 4 drops Frankincense
Put in a size 00 capsule and taken by mouth twice a day, for two weeks. Then change the formula to:
· 5 drops of ginger
· 5 drops of Peppermint or Marjoram
· 4 drops of Frankincense
Topical application of cassia, Digestive Blend, or Peppermint for pain.
Topically apply or diffuse Lavender or Calming Blend to manage stress.
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