Are you ready to cure ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, or colorectal cancer permanently?
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To achieve a full cure for ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease it is necessary to kill the colonizing pathogens that are living in organs such as the liver and the gallbladder. Antibiotics that are prescribed by a doctor cannot kill pathogens in the liver or the gallbladder because the liver functions to filter out and break down antibiotics and other types of pharmaceutical medications in order to prevent overdose. The liver removes substances like antibiotics from the body and as such, it is difficult to reach the liver using these substances. On the other hand, however, Crohn’s patients and ulcerative colitis sufferers can use Reactive Oxygen Species Medicine to kill the pathogens that are the root cause of these diseases.
You may need to use a protocol of alternative treatments to heal the gut lining after the infectious pathogen(s) that causes Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis are removed from the body, but this article discusses the use of Reactive Oxygen Species Medicine to cure Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis infection as well as infective agents that cause colorectal cancer. This discussion considers treatment options for patients who have tried everything in conventional medicine to cure their disease as well as patients who have only recently been diagnosed with inflammatory bowel disease / IBD.
How to Cure Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis
Many patients with inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis feel intuitively that their symptoms are caused by an infection, but conventional medicine denies this possibility and claims instead that Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis are caused by autoimmunity or a genetic predisposition to these diseases. But research has proven that most patients with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis are host to pathogens that have taken up residency in the liver or the gallbladder (or sometimes other organs such as the pancreas). These pathogens that are living in the accessory organs of digestion such as the liver or gallbladder may be released into the main digestive tract in a partially digested form. The bits and pieces of pathogens that have been broken down by bile or pancreatic fluids may be undetectable in laboratory tests because they have been partially digested and therefore are no longer a whole bacteria, virus, or fungus. But the bits and pieces of certain pathogens such as Streptococcal bacteria, viruses, or fungi such as peptidoglycans or lipopolysaccharides can cause severe irritation and inflammation of human tissues especially in the intestines. The irritation and inflammation can cause the symptoms of ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease.
Killing pathogens that are living in the liver or gallbladder is difficult or impossible using conventional medicines such as antibiotics. But patients can still cure Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis by taking a Reactive Oxygen Species Medicine. Reactive Oxygen Species medicines that release singlet oxygen species or other types of reactive oxygen species that are able to seek out and destroy the pathogens that cause Crohn’s disease symptoms or ulcerative colitis symptoms include:
- Chlorine Dioxide Solution (CDS)
- Artemisia annua
- Food grade hydrogen peroxide
- Ozone therapy
- Sunlight and Seawater treatments
- Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Using Reactive Oxygen Species medicine, you can reach the liver and/or gallbladder to kill pathogens that have colonized these organs. Chlorine Dioxide is one of the most effective cures for ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease and it can be combined with Dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) to make it even more powerful and better able to reach the more remote areas of the body where pathogens might be hiding. Some patients choose other Reactive Oxygen Species Medicines, however, because they either don’t have access to Chlorine Dioxide or they feel like they need to learn more about this controversial medicine before trying it themselves.
Dimethylsulfoxide: A Tree Medicine to Cure Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease
In addition to the use of a Reactive Oxygen Species medicine, patients should combine Dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) with their treatment, if possible to potentiate and strengthen the medication and ensure that it reaches tissues and even the interior of human cells. DMSO is an FDA approved, over-the-counter medication that is approved for use in pregnant women. Indeed, both Chlorine Dioxide Solution and DMSO are both extremely non-toxic and can be used by pregnant and lactating women as well as infants and young children. However, any patient (pregnant or not), should not use DMSO with prescription medications because DMSO can increase the strength of these prescription meds.
DMSO has the broadest medicinal action of any medication currently in the Physican’s Desk Reference and as such, this medicine can be used to cure many diseases. But because DMSO is available over-the-counter and pharmaceutical companies can no longer sell it for huge profits, it is rarely used in medicine. Experts who are knowledgeable about DMSO say that this substance is not just a medicine, but rather that it is a “Medical Principle”. In other words, an entirely new system of medicine could be based around the use of DMSO because of its unique properties and its ability to combine with other medications to enhance their effects.
DMSO, for example, is used as an alternative treatment for cancer patients. One type of therapy that is used by a few conventional medicine facilities is DPT or DMSO Potentiation Therapy to treat cancer without causing the same devastating health problems that are caused by normal doses of chemotherapy treatment. DMSO has the power to strengthen medications that combine with it. Indeed, antibiotics that are practically useless without DMSO due to drug-resistant bacteria, can be revitalized if they are combined with DMSO and will suddenly work again to kill pathogens. To use “old” antibiotics with a product like DMSO that is also “old” and no longer able to patented and sold at a huge profit isn’t desirable for Big Pharma, which is why the media propagate fear about drug-resistant bacteria (in order to sell more of the “new” antibiotics that are still under patent law and saleable at big profits).
DMSO also has the ability to specifically seek out cancer cells and pathogens in the body to deliver medications not just to the surrounding fluids, but directly into the cell. DMSO is attracted chemically to pathogens and sick human cells such as cancer cells which makes the medications combined with it even more powerful as medicine.
In theory, it might be possible to cure Crohn’s disease or Ulcerative Coliltis under a doctor’s direction using DMSO and antibiotics, but you would have to find a doctor who was willing to diagnose the specific pathogen infecting your body and then design a treatment using DMSO and antibiotics. Reactive Oxygen Species Medicines can be used without diagnosing the pathogenic infection because these medicine have an extremely broad spectrum of action against all (or at least most) pathogens that infect the inside of the body. Because they are able to kill practically all pathogens that might infect a human, this class of medicine can be used to cure diseases wherein an infection seems likely but that has not been specifically diagnosed just yet.
Also, these medicines are available over the counter and can be used by patients at home to cure disease. Combining either Chlorine Dioxide or Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide with DMSO is a treatment that works to cure many different diseases that involve the colonization of bacteria, viruses, or fungi that cause a variety of diseases that conventional medicine regards as “autoimmune” or “genetic”.
Crohn’s Disease: Starting Protocol for Fistula Treatment
Crohn’s disease is the chronic inflammation of tissues in the digestive tract that results in ulcerations, sinus tract development, submucosal fibrosis, and the infiltration of lymph fluids into any part of the digestive tract. Many scientists believe that the underlying cause of Crohn’s disease is the presence of antigens that trigger an inflammatory response in the body.
An antigen is a toxin or a foreign substance that causes an immune response in the body and the production of antibodies. The presence of antigens indicates that there is an infectious pathogen living in the body. In Crohn’s disease sufferers, this infectious pathogen is likely living in an area of the body that is hard to reach or observe using the tools that are commonly employed in conventional medicine.
The infectious pathogen that is at the root of Crohn’s disease and other autoimmune disease often takes up residence in the liver or the gallbladder as both of these organs are hard to treat using prescription antibiotics. The liver filters out antibiotics as well as other pharmaceutical medicines as part of its most important function in the body that prevents overdose with these drugs and the plateauing of drug availability in the body that occurs after an exponential increase in its availability during the initial phase of treatment. As such, most antibiotic therapies are not able to reach the liver or the gallbladder to kill pathogens that have colonized these organs.
It is, however, possible to kill colonizing pathogens that are living in the liver or the gallbladder using oxidant therapies (also known as Reactive Oxygen Species Medicine) such as Chlorine Dioxide Solution, Ozone Therapy, Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide (which must be taken during exposure to sunlight), or Artemisia annua treatment (which also must be taken during exposure to sunlight).
The use of Reactive Oxygen Species Medicine to cure autoimmune diseases is necessary in order to reach the liver and the gallbladder and other organs that may be host to infectious organisms that cannot be killed using antibiotic treatments that are prescribed by a doctor. Most people are familiar with the idea that certain pathogens are able to colonize areas of the body that are not reachable using prescription medications. Herpes infections including genital herpes, labial herpes (cold sores), and Herpes zoster (shingles) are an excellent example of a colonizing pathogen that is able to find a safe hiding place in the body, a headquarters where it works to downgrade the patient’s immune system so that it can live without detection. Streptococcus bacteria are a common offending pathogen that is able to cause autoimmune disease such as psoriasis or lupus (among others), but evidence of mycobacterium have also been detected in Crohn’s disease patients. It is very likely that more than one type of pathogen can cause the symptoms known as Crohn’s disease. In all cases, Chlorine Dioxide therapy or another type of Reactive Oxygen Species medicine is the only type of treatment that can reach the organs of digestion where these pathogens are living.
The best way to get rid of a fistula is to cure Crohn’s disease. Patients who are amenable to using Chlorine Dioxide Solution can start with the Jim Humble’s Starting Protocol to kill the offending pathogen that has colonized an organ such as the liver or the gallbladder and then move on to the Protocol 1000 PLUS.
Cure Ulcerative Colitis and Colorectal Cancer
Ulcerative colitis is another inflammatory bowel disease that causes ulcerations in the digestive tract. As with Crohn’s disease, scientists have observed a correlation between Streptococcal infection and the ulcerative colitis symptoms. One study observed that a specific strain of Streptococcus mutans had colonized the liver of animals with ulcerative colitis. The researchers in this study concluded that infection with highly virulent strains of Streptococcus mutans may be a risk factor in the development of the disease.
Another study noted correlations between ulcerative colitis and colorectal cancer and also the presence of a different species of Streptooccal bacteria, Streptococcus bovis. This study, which was carried out at the Hospital Univeriti Sains Malaysia (HUSM) showed that chronic bacterial infections played a role in the development of colonic polyps, inflammatory bowel disease, adenocarcinomas, and chronic gastrointestinal tract inflammation including ulcerative colitis.
Yet another study that was carried out in southwestern Iran, noted the correlation between ulcerative colitis and the subsequent development of colorectal cancer as well as the role of bacteria such as Streptococcus bovis and Streptococcus gallolyticus as causative agents in inflammatory bowel diseases of varying types. The researchers in this study noted that these Streptococcal species may be directly involved with the development of ulcerative colitis and colorectal cancer as well as other inflammatory bowel diseases.
Researchers can no longer deny the fact that various bacteria, viruses, and parasites seem to be the root cause of colorectal cancer as well as ulcerative colitis and other inflammatory bowel diseases. A number of bacteria, viruses, and parasites have been implicated in the development of inflammatory bowel diseases such as ulcerative colitis and colorectal cancer. These include:
- Bacteroides fragilis
- Clostridium difficile and other Clostridium species
- Enterococcus faecalis
- Escherichia coli
- Non-typhoidal Salmonella
- Salmonella typhi
- Fusobacterium nucleatum
- Porphyromonas gingivalis
- Strongyloides stercoralis
- Candida albicans
This correlation between the presence bacterial, viral, or parasitic colonies living in the body and the development of inflammatory bowel diseases is well-supported in the scientific literature and as with Crohn’s disease sufferers, patients with ulcerative colitis or colorectal disease should begin by using Reactive Oxygen Species Medicine to cure inflammatory bowel disease. Once the infection has been cured, other treatments will speed healing of leaky gut and other issues that may have developed as a result of chronic irritation and inflammation.
There are several Reactive Oxygen Species Medicines that are available to patients for use at home. These include:
- Chlorine Dioxide Solution – Chlorine Dioxide is a water purifying agent that many of us consume daily in small doses in drinking water. Chlorine Dioxide works by oxidizing pathogens, which causes them to “explode”. This is one of the easiest Reactive Oxygen Species Medicines to use at home with DMSO. Patients who choose to cure ulcerative colitis, colorectal cancer, or Crohn’s disease with Chlorine Dioxide Solution should start with Jim Humble’s Starting Protocol and then move on to Protocol 1000 PLUS.
- Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide – Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide is about 4 times more powerful as an oxidizing agent in the body than Chlorine Dioxide. It can also be combined with DMSO. This cure for ulcerative colitis should be used while exposing the body to sunlight for best results, but it can also be used without exposure to sunlight if it is combined with DMSO.
- Artemisia annua – This cure for ulcerative colitis should also be used while exposing the body to sunlight. This plant releases hydrogen peroxide into the body as part of its antibiotic effects.
- Ozone Therapy – Ozone therapy is the most powerful Reactive Oxygen Species Medicine, but it is also one of the more difficult treatments to use at home. However, studies have shown that medical ozone treatments alleviates colitis and gets rid of inflammation, edema, and the other symptoms of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Indeed, ozone therapy is used as a treatment for inflammatory bowel disease in Europe.
- Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy – Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is another therapy that causes the release of singlet oxygen species into the blood to kill pathogens.
Is there a Cure for Inflammatory Bowel Disease?
Though conventional medicine claims that there is no cure for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), this isn’t true. Numerous scientific studies throughout the world have shown that IBD is caused by an infection, or rather a “colonization” of organs such as the liver or the gallbladder by pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, parasites, and fungi. Colonization of the liver and/or gallbladder sometimes causes other autoimmune symptoms such as psoriasis, eczema, other types of skin eruptions, lupus and/or arthritis.
Reactive Oxygen Species Medicines work through a variety of different mechanisms to cure ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease as well as colorectal cancer. One study, for example, looked at the effect of ozone administered directly into the colon to kill pathogens. This study noted that ozone therapy has strong toxic effects that caused temporary cell damage to the tissues in the colon that caused those damaged cells to be rapidly removed from the body and then replaced by a new, healthy layer of tissues. The extra oxygen that becomes available to cells that are being treated with Reactive Oxygen Species Medicines, allows cells to regenerate more quickly. Scientists noted that the rapid regeneration of intestinal cells after treatment with ozone explained why ozone treatments don’t cause damage to the colon. This same concept applies to all Reactive Oxygen Species Medicines.
Reactive Oxygen Species Medicine Summary: How to Cure Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, and Colorectal Cancer
A common pathogen that has been implicated as the cause or at least a correlating factor in the development of IBD are Streptococcal bacteria. Though antibiotics that are prescribed by a doctor are not able to cure Crohn’s disease, Ulcerative Colitis, or Colorectal Cancer, there are alternative treatments that can be used by patients to kill pathogens that are colonizing the liver or the gallbladder. Reactive Oxygen Species Medicines have the ability to enter the liver and the gallbladder via the blood supply to kill pathogens that are living in these organs. In contrast, antibiotics are usually not able to reach the liver tissues intact as medicinal agents because the liver acts as a filtering mechanism that removes prescription antibiotic medications. In contrast, Reactive Oxygen Species Medicines release nothing more than singlet oxygen species that are identical to the singlet oxygen species that are released by white blood cells as a front-line defense against pathogens when they first invade the body (before antibodies are made). These singlet oxygen species can travel to remote locations in the body that are inaccessible to prescription antibiotics. Combining a Reactive Oxygen Species medicine such as Chlorine Dioxide Solution with Dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) makes it possible to not only reach the tissues in the liver and the gallbladder to kill pathogens, but DMSO also makes it possible for the Chlorine Dioxide Solution to treat pathogens in the interior of the cell.
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