Updating: Successful Turmeric Treatment

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Hi all,

A while back (I think about 3 months now) I began taking Turmeric capsoles daily (400mg each) after reding recommendations about it here in this forum.

I started taking it in the middle of a major relapse attack (numerous consecutive abcesses coming and going for a few good months). 1 week after I started a new absccess, which experience shows should have taken at least 1 month to heal, has healed! Another one which was open and not closing - closed. I have been absccess free since then. I am shocked and greatful (big thank you to the folks here who recommended it) and hope to God this keeps up like this as much as possible.

I strongly recommend trying this as this is the only change I made!

Good luck all.

Bella

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    Aaahhh! So pleased for you Bella - it is amazing isn't it! They've started selling it fresh in my local Sainsburys, So I've bought some and am now trying to figure out how to use it lol! 

    xx

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    Thanks for the dolloqup BellaMo. I ereally want to try it as I havw onw persistent one after getting  it under control with my diet.

    However I'm scared because last time I started on Tumeric Chai tea I had one appear after 5 days on my neck like I hadn't seen for a long time.

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      Oops should have put my glasses on, that was supposed to say, "thanks for the followup... I really want to try it again as I have one persistent one that I can't get rid of after getting it 95% under control with my diet"...

      I thought Tumeric might be the key... that Chai Tea I was using was pretty bad tasting and seemed to be the real thing with lots of tumeric.  But I actually ended up getting a nice new boil on my neck and I hadn't had any new ones for a year.. only old ones I've almost eliminated... the one on my neck has now gone months later... but I'm still stuck with a persistent one elsewhere I need to get rid of.

      My diet changes were reduce milk/cheese, eat lots of vegies, AVOID nightshades... especially potato which I can prove brings them out in 12 hrs for me.  Then I eliminated the cashews and macadamias I was eating by the handful and pretty sure it cleared up even more...

      Considering adding Tumeric again... but don't want the same reaction... maybe it was coincidence.

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      Well, I wouldn't know, I guess it is for sure different for everybody and I can definetly understand the fear... don't know if I'd have had the courage to try it again if I were you honestly.  I don't know if it matters but nightshades weren't a factor with me.

      Good luck anyway. Just to point out - I didn't drink it in tea but am taking it in pills - 400mg each.

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    Today I woke up in so much pain that I had to soak in the tub, hasn't been this bad in years, ran to the store and searched endless for tumeric couldn't find any asked and they found it. Made me a extra strength tea and my arm n chest feels so much better, I couldn't barely move my arm. I hate this , I used to dance, workout, and very active. Avoiding humira and all these new pills as much as possible.

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      Hang in there... 'attacks' pass.. happy to hear you're feeling better though.

      I bought the Turmeric in pills, capsouls, in the pharmacy - 400mg a capsole. Good luck!

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    Hi BellaMo, did you change your diet while drinking the capsule?
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      Hi, no I haven't. At the beginning I tried taking it afte reating something with black pepper because I read it helped wit habsorption of Turmeric, but couldn't reallyu stick to it so after a week or so I stopped. Just added this once a day to one of my meals. 

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