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An intestinal obstruction, or bowel obstruction, is a partial or complete blockage of the intestine or colon, stopping or slowing the movement of the contents of the bowel through the digestive tract. A common causes of bowel obstruction is strictures - a build-up of scar tissue inside the intestines.
Bowel obstruction and/or intestinal stricture symptoms vary depending on the degree of intestinal obstruction, but commonly begin with abdominal pain, bloating, and cramping. If the stricture continues to narrow, symptoms progress to more severe pain and bloating, nausea and vomiting, and constipation.
Intestinal strictures often result from a build up of thickened scar tissue as a result of chronic intestinal inflammation such as in inflammatory bowel disease (particularly Crohn’s disease). Recent reports have associated strictures with a lack of “good’ protective bacteria and an overgrowth of bad bacteria (viruses, parasites, fungi, candida, etc.) in the small intestine (SIBO).
Natural Treatment for Intestinal Strictures and Bowel Obstruction
In the eBook, Jini Patel Thompson presents her experimental protocol using both a topical and oral combination of the following substances (in specific amounts, timing and delivery methods) to actually soften and dissolve the scar tissue of the stricture(s) that is blocking or narrowing your intestine:
- Wild Oregano Oil
- Colloidal Silver
- George's Aloe Vera Juice
- DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide)
- Potassium Iodide (SSKI)
- Cold-pressed Castor Oil
- Natren Probiotics
As mentioned, this healing protocol for strictures is still in the experimental phase, but Jini's brother used it to completely heal his "strong fibrotic stricture" in 9 weeks - confirmed by colonoscopy and biopsy. Jini used a similar remedy (for rectal strictures) to dissolve scar tissue in her rectum (caused by rectal surgery 23 years prior). Her anal opening increased from 5 mm to 20 mm in three months, as the 2-inch long mass of scar tissue in her rectum was slowly dissolved by these powerful natural substances.
This home remedy for Intestinal Strictures is comprised of the following ingredients:
Castor Oil - increases circulation and supports healing of the underlying tissues and organs. Castor oil is often used to stimulate the liver, relieve pain, increase lymphatic circulation and reduce inflammation.*
Wild Oregano Oil – is a broad-spectrum anti-pathogen substance. It kills bacteria, viruses, yeast, fungus and parasites. Since infectious microorganisms are often at the root of inflammation in the intestines, a small dosage of wild oregano provides good insurance and it is also anti-inflammatory. Wild oregano has also been used topically with burn patients to speed tissue healing.*
Colloidal Silver – is also antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial. The silver ion (Ag+) is bioactive and in sufficient concentration readily kills bacteria in vitro. Silver also kills bacteria in external wounds in living tissue, so physicians use wound dressings containing silver sulfadiazine, or silver nanomaterials to treat external infections. Wound dressings containing silver are increasing in importance due to the recent increase of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, such as MRSA.*
Probiotics – a therapeutic-quality probiotic provides a good protective base against inflammation and also helps to repopulate the gut with good bacteria. This helps to keep the gut more stable and less prone to flares during treatment. Probiotics are also crucial since the colloidal silver and wild oregano oil are antibacterial.*
Aloe Vera – is antibacterial and antifungal. It is also used to soothe and speed healing, so it works well to counter the “sting” of potassium iodide and any irritation from DMSO.*
Potassium Iodide – a mineral salt also known as SSKI (saturated solution potassium iodide), it is antibacterial and antiviral. It is also known for its ability to break down scar tissue and cysts. Dr. Wright has used it extensively to treat ovarian cysts and fibrocystic breast disease. David M. Derry MD, PhD has also extensively studied the use of topical iodine in regenerating scar tissue.*
DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide) - Dr. Stanley Jacob of the University of Oregon Medical School discovered that DMSO relieved burn pains and prevented scar tissue formation. He published his results in 1963 – and from then on DMSO usage and experimentation spread like wildfire. It follows logically that a substance that can prevent scar tissue formation should also be able to soften or dissolve existing scar tissue, and in this capacity DMSO does not disappoint.*
About DMSO 99%:
DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide) is a natural substance derived from wood pulp and is safe when used with the proper precautions. DMSO 99% unfragranced is sold as a "solvent" and is an amazing substance that has many healing applications. Dimethyl sulfoxide is a clear liquid known for its ability to permeate living tissue. It is believed to help stimulate cellular processes.*
- After application, anywhere on the body, you can taste DMSO on the tip of your tongue within 30 seconds - it travels through the bloodstream that fast.
- DMSO binds to free radicals and forms a substance (dimethyl sulfone plus water with the hydroxyl ion) that is readily excreted through urine.
- DMSO substitutes for water, so it pulls substances through cells that ordinarily would not move through them. The DMSO-water bond is 1.3 times stronger than the water-water bond.
- DMSO is readily absorbed via topical (skin) or oral application. However absorption is even better from the gastrintestinal tract (oral).
(source: DMSO Nature's Healer by Dr. Morton Walker)
- A "side effect" of DMSO is that it has a garlic-type odor - because it is instantly transported throughout the body, you (or others!) may notice this smell on your breath or coming from your pores. Again, because the amount of DMSO in HemorrHeal is very small, this may not be an issue in this application.
When you buy the StrictureHeal treatment KIT, this eBook is included in the kit and you receive a $4.95 discount off the total price.
Note: A side effect of DMSO is that it has a garlic-type odor - because it is instantly transported throughout the body, you (or others!) may notice this smell on your breath or coming from your pores. It disappears within a few days of stopping treatment.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
WARNING: Please be 100% clear that this is an experimental treatment protocol that has been used by Jini Patel Thompson, her family, members of her Wellness Circle and some of her readers. It has not been tested nor approved by any regulatory body, so you proceed entirely at your own risk.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Who is Jini Patel Thompson?
Components of Intestinal StrictureHeal
Products needed for a 30-Day Supply
Intestinal StrictureHeal – Oral Protocol
Intestinal StrictureHeal – Topical Protocol
Castor Oil Packs
Frequency of Use
Liquid Elemental Diet
Colonic Massage for Bowel Obstruction
Intestinal Stricture and Obstruction Treatment Summary
Intestinal StrictureHeal Short Sheet
About the Author
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DISCLAIMER: Jini Patel Thompson is a health writer and consumer advocate. She is not a registered health professional nor doctor of any sort. The information in this eBook or on this webpage is simply her own personal opinion. This eBook and website (including any/all site pages, blog posts, blog comments, forum, videos, audio recordings, etc.) is not intended to replace the services of a physician, nor does it constitute a doctor-patient relationship. Information is provided for informational purposed only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. You should not use the information in this eBook or on this website for diagnosing or treating a medical or health condition. If you have or suspect you have an urgent medical problem, promptly contact your professional healthcare provider. Any application of the recommendations in this eBook or on this website is at the reader's discretion. Jini Patel Thompson and Listen To Your Gut Enterprises Inc. are not liable for any direct or indirect claim, loss or damage resulting from use of this eBook or website and/or any web site(s) linked to/from it. Readers should consult their own physicians concerning the recommendations in this website.
Please keep in mind that this is currently an experimental protocol. About 540 people have downloaded the Intestinal StrictureHeal Instruction Ebook so far, but we do not have enough data back yet to make any statements about its efficacy.
In the meantime, if you prefer, we do have a tried and tested procedure you can use for abdominal/intestinal strictures and adhesions that has worked for many to relieve the pain and soften/release an obstruction (especially when paired with a liquid or elemental diet for a few days). You can get the full instructions on this remedy from my blog post, Stricture Emergency! (type it into the Search box on my blog). And the products you will need for that protocol are also available here in our LTYG Shoppe.
DISCLAIMER: Please Note: Jini Patel Thompson is a health writer and consumer advocate. She is not a registered health professional nor doctor of any sort. The information on this webpage is simply her own personal opinion.This website (including any/all site pages, blog posts, blog comments, forum, videos, audio recordings, etc.) is not intended to replace the services of a physician, nor does it constitute a doctor-patient relationship. Information is provided for informational purposed only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice. You should not use the information on this website for diagnosing or treating a medical or health condition. If you have or suspect you have an urgent medical problem, promptly contact your professional healthcare provider. Any application of the recommendations in this website is at the reader's discretion. Jini Patel Thompson and Listen To Your Gut Enterprises Inc. are not liable for any direct or indirect claim, loss or damage resulting from use of this website and/or any web site(s) linked to/from it. Readers should consult their own physicians concerning the recommendations in this website.