Posted by Reader (Anon) on 08/03/2012

Where is gallium nitrate used in Crohn's disease?

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
384 posts

Ulcerative colitis and Crohn's are actually caused by the same organism, avium paratuberculosis which caused different reactions depending on the DNA makeup of the individual, and the same in cow's called "Johne's disease". Knowing different names is crucial to finding gallium nitrate if you look at Johne's disease and Ulcerative colitis. George Eby, posted that information in his website of treating this condition. Since gallium removes iron from metabolism by paratuberculosis we can surmise that artemisia can be used as a similar mechanism toward a cure. The basis of humic acid is similar, but it effects the more common paratuberculosis found in the ground and is similar in effectiveness. If you have no problem about aloe oil, which regenerates, it may help by mixing humic acid to help recovery also. Crohn's disease, from my experience is easier to treat than ulcerative colitis, just that you need to kill paratuberculosis that uses a specific antiseptic before eating anything, thus helping the recovery to be faster.