food and herbs for unremarkable gut inflammation

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Hi

I am asking for foods or herbs that used for unremarkable chronic intestine(gut) inflammation. if some one use these food or herbs to minmize the pain or bloating and other symptoms .

Thanks

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    Hi Nori,

    I have used Colostrum.  It's made from the first milk a cow produces after giving birth.  My intestine do much better now.  

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      You can find the colostrum capsules probably in a health food store or via a nature path.  (which is my source)  

      My intestines were affected possibly by long term use of thyroid medication, or the discovery that I am non celiac gluten sensitive. (which often goes together with a thyroid condition)  They call it irritable bowel syndrome, but that is of course only 'giving it a name'.  Better to find out why and what may be the cause.

      So, I live non-gluten and almost non dairy. (I eat only small amounts of a good quality yoghurt yet) To help with the further 'restoration' of the bowels I use Colostrum.     

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    you should google DGL tablets, slippery elm, Marshmellow root, I believe there may be more. But you do have to be careful what herbs you mix with meds.
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    Aloe vera juice, Sliippery Elm Bark, coat the digestive system with a protective layer and gently heal. Cooling herbs like nettle and dandelion are good for inflammation and avoiding warming herbs like spices. Hope that helps.
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    Argh why do I have to think of things to add after I've posted! 

    Plain yoghurt containing probiotics is good.

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