Can Aloe Vera cure, help, treat or prevent Crohns Disease?
The following information is for humans with Crohns Disease
Introduction to Crohns Disease
Chron's disease is when part of the intestine becomes inflamed, especially in the colon and the ileum. This causes the intestine to inflame, and in extreme cases ulcerate. These ulcers grow until they create holes in the intestine.
Symptoms include Diarrhoea, cramp, tiredness, nausea (especially after eating) and stomach ache. Please note that the symptoms can vary from sufferer to sufferer and over time so ensure that you have been diagnosed by a qualified medical practitioner
Untreated Chron's normally requires surgery but there is a natural remedy....
For more information on Crohns Disease see the Wikipedia page on Crohns Disease
Using Aloe Vera for Crohns Disease
The sufferer must make sure their diet is healthy. To turn Chrons around the body is going to need all the Vitamins, minerals, proteins and other building blocks that it can get.
Next drink Aloe Vera. How much will depend on the state of the ailment. In the extreme (say one or two weeks before surgery) 1-2 tablespoons per hour a required but in general 6 tablespoons taken throughout the day will suffice.
WHY? Aloe is most well known for its anti-inflammatory properties. If you have ever been to the Caribbean you will see it being sold on the beach for sunburn. By drinking it you put the same properties inside your body.
The Inflammation can be quelled and then Aloe's other property comes to life. Aloe boosts the body's immune system and accelerates the rate at which cells divide and thus speeds up the healing process. This works on the Ulcers in the intestine to close them down
Finally Aloe contains Saponins, a natural cleanser, which will work through and clean out the digestive track.
How long will it take for Aloe Vera to work with Crohns Disease?
Recovery time will depend greatly on the diet and the quality of Aloe Vera used.
As a general rule of thumb expect recovery time to be one month for every year the sufferer has had the ailment.