Spent 4 Weeks in Hospital with Severe Ulcerative Colitis

Posted by Anonymous on 06/14/2011

Dear Ted

Firstly, thank you for sharing your knowledge on Earth Clinic

I've just spent 4 weeks in hospital where doctors have, using drugs, successfully treated my severe ulcerative colitis. A mix of steroids, pentasa, cyclosporine and azathioprine.

Since getting out of hospital I've been looking at your contributions to Earth Clinic and in particular your remedy of “1/16 teaspoon of zinc oxide plus 1/2 teaspoon of milk of magnesia plus 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda in 1 glass of water taken twice a day.”

I am having difficulty with tracking down the zinc oxide. At www.earthclinic.com/supplements.html it says

“3. Absolutely avoid all ingredients in oxide form. Oxide forms of mineral include magnesium oxide, zinc oxide, etc. They don't dissolve in water and will generally stay in their original form. It is poorly absorbed.”

The only zinc oxide I can find is from pottery supplier and the Health Information sheet states:

Ingestion: The product is of low solubility in body fluids and it is likely to be of low toxicity

Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting, rinse mouth thoroughly, drink plenty of water and seek medical advice

Ted, is this the right zinc oxide for me or do you have any suggestions where I could purchase some?

Thanks in anticipation.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
384 posts

If you want to use zinc oxide, you can find them in a chemist shop is one option. You can try the pottery in small quantities if you want.

Ulcerative colitis responds well to aloe vera oil and humic acid, and somewhat to fulvic acid. It also responds well to cinnamon oil. The ulcerative colitis and crohn's disease is actually a bacteria found in the milk, which resist all forms to pasteurization and conventional sterilization methods, the bacterium is mycobacterium paratuberculosis and another is mycobacterium avium complex (MAC). These two are found in at least over 60% of all milk products, but are also found in many foods and go undetected. They resist all forms of antibiotics. A combination of antibiotics may responds, but it responds also to natural therapies, such as humic acid and cinnamon oil. It helps with the aloe vera in regenerative issues of the colon. The mycobacterium avium responds well to Lugol's iodine and PVP-I (Betadine), which can be rectally applied mixed with water or consumed a couple of drops. The mycobacterium paratuberculosis responds well I believe to a common cinnamon oil and humic acid in general.

My remedy is not perfect as most people are just happy with this remedy and never proceed to go further and get their life back together. Most treatments last an average of two months for a ulcerative colitis cure, using natural therapies. It's actually a real health issue here, but most health authorities refuses to acknowledge it, primarily because it resists heat and conventional methods of killing bacteria. Some of this are also found on organically and not so organically grown plants. My guess is a simple antiseptic procedures is betadine and humic acid, as a method for disinfectants of plants and milk products, or you can just supplement them with Lugol's and humic acid, perhaps some cinnamon oil. There are other methods, but I have to test those out first, such as gallium nitrate, low dose natrexone, and others.

It is a major health issue for these bacterium. You were lucky to respond to multiple antibiotics because they don't usually work. Steroids merely suppress and overactive immune system. A close relative of this is responsible for most rheumatoid arthritis too.