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  09/11/2011

ULCERATIVE COLITIS Bowel Disorders, IBS, Candida & Parasites

 

UNIQUE ZHANG’S HERBAL REMEDIES CAN WORKS

 

ULCERATIVE COLITIS

Ulcerative colitis, known as kui-jie in Chinese, Traditional Chinese Medicine views this chronic disease as restorable over time, with the proper use of herbal medicines and dietary therapy in specific cases.

CAUSES

The onset of ulcerative colitis is often on the left side of the abdomen, and then gradually extends to the entire colon. The cause of the disease is not always immediately clear, but TCM professionals consider "damp-heat toxicity" in the large intestine as the primary irritant that leads to Ulcerative Colitis (UC) symptoms.

SYMPTOMS

The main clinical symptoms of ulcerative colitis are: pain; diarrhea; increased stool frequency (more than four times a day) alternating between dry and thin; blood in the stool; pus; similar symptoms to dysentery; and varying severity of symptoms. These pains tend to be localized in the left lower quadrant of the body.

Chinese medical theory believes that ulcerative colitis is caused by the stagnation of damp-heat in the stomach, and further developments of the disease are caused by the stagnation of qi and blood. In TCM understanding, the problem is closely associated with organ dysfunction, in particular the spleen, that causes a failure to self regulate the intestinal environment. TCM specialists generally agree that constitutional weakness, invasion of exogenous pathogens, an unbalanced diet and emotional factors all contribute to the development of the problem. Finally, it appears in spleen and kidney yin and yang deficiency.

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OUR SOLUTION

BENEFITS:

  • Treating both manifestation and root cause of disease.
  • Comprehensive treatment of the symptoms.
  • The success rate is relatively high, Most showing visible results within days.

ZHANG’S TRADITIONAL NATURAL HERBAL REMEDIES TREATMENT OF Ulcerative Colitis

Ulcerative colitis, whether it is treated by Western or Chinese medicine, has been a major problem for decades. Although Western medicine has had some success with vitamin enemas, it is difficult to cure. Therefore, that treatment approach is not ideal.

Dr Zhang (China) and his team have researched this difficult disease for over 15 years in China, and in accordance with traditional Chinese herbal formulas, traditional Chinese medicine theory, and modern technology, we have developed a new method for the treatment of Ulcerative Colitis. This is a comprehensive treatment of the symptoms which activates blood circulation which dissipates blood stasis, removes rot, cures ulcers, thereby treating both the manifestation and the root cause of the disease.

Many ulcerative colitis patients have been healed with this method developed by our team. In 139 cases, 72 were clinically cured, 39 were almost relieved, there was partial remission in 25 cases, and three cases were ineffective.

DR ZHANG (China) AND HIS TEAM HAVE ATTMPT TO DEVELOP A NEW METHOD OF THE TREATMENT OF ULCERATIVE COLITIS

Typical Ulcerative Colitis Case - Quickly stop bleeding, pain and irregular bowel movement

Patient age 51,

Chief Complaint:
suffering from ulcerative colitis in 6 years.


Six years ago, Charles suffered from sudden abdominal pain, diarrhea, and abdominal distension. This was misdiagnosed as appendicitis. Then, in 2008, he had a colonoscopy and was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis. Since then, when he became cold he immediately had diarrhea or stool with blood and pus, sometimes 10 times a day. He did not dare go on long journeys as he constantly felt the need for a bowel movement. The disease was agonizing. Charles sought medical attention with us, and subsequently had comprehensive treatment involving multiple visits over the course of seven days. It took approximately seven days for him to heal. Today, his defecation is normal, once a day, with normal stool shape. The abdominal pain and diarrhea have disappeared and it has been nearly two years for Charles without recurrence of the disease. Though the Western colonoscopy was negative, the festering wound has healed.

 

 

 

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