A Note About Success Stories: We do not list people's full names or city for privacy reasons – bowel and colon conditions are very personal, and people may be discriminated against (for example at work). These results are for informational purposes only - we're sharing them with you so you can see the potential of these treatment protocols. We are not making guarantees or promises that you will be able to achieve the same level of success we have. We're only trying to help you understand what may be possible if you use Jini’s natural remedies and treatments just as she describes.
I have better health now, then before I got the disease! Basically I’m calling because when I read this book I was in bed and I weighed about 129 pounds. And I had lost 45 pounds leading up to that and was just so weak and couldn’t move. I kind of felt like my entire life was going to be about that...
One day after reading listen to your gut book you mentioned that your a bit of a food connoisseur you mentioned that doing all the cooking following the scd diet was depressing and time consuming it was the same for me.
Was hoping for miraculous results, but a very demanding performance tour (my husband and I are musicians -Artists-in-Education, mostly touring in public . I started bleeding again. I immediately consumed mostly shakes and continue to do so. By adding colostrum to the shakes (Sovereign Laboratories - I Highly recommend) I got steadily stronger. Weight gain, now up to 130. I recommend that folks that have become seriously depleted from persistent bleeding take colostrum from building.
disease which has caused severe constipation if I don't use something (even
though my diet is excellent and I drink lots of water).
the information contained in the LTYG book (as well as the vast body of
supplemental knowledge Jini has amassed online) has had on my healing
l am grateful and inspired, and of course, greatly relieved to have found your book. l read it over a number of days, particularly the first 3 chapters. l had already downloaded chapter 1 for free anyway, and that led me to buy the e-book. Your research and obvious direct experience gives me the faith that your program works. It makes sense anyway, there's so much common sense in your book. The book helped explain a lot of strange symptoms l have that l didn't know, but suspected, are related to IBD.
I began the Oregano oil protocol, as l happened to have a really high quality one around, according to your standards. Since l have been a vegetarian with quite a yogic diet for about 3 decades, l decided to do 10 drops of OO 3x a day, which l did for 2 weeks. I started to feel a bit sick, or over-heated liver feeling, just around then, so now l have cut down to 5 drops 3x a day, which l want to do for at least 2 more weeks, or longer if l can handle it.
As far as the probiotics go, it is a difficult situation. I live in a small town in the Himalayas of northern India (basically a Canadian ex-pat). I started at the same time with OO to empty 1 capsule of a Canadian probiotic (Natural Factors) in water at night on an empty stomach. It's not enough time yet to say there are significant changes, although l think l have warded off a couple from flare-ups. l basically do not have access to Natren Probiotics, unless l invest about $2000 (l calculated for 3 months, not including Mucosaheal or Absorb Plus) and Fed-Ex the stuff over here. With another 3 months of Probiotics, plus the other stuff, it is flat out impossible.
I have had bouts of amoebas, giardia, and or bacterial infections in the gut ever since l arrived in India. So l do believe that the lining of my colon and perhaps small intestine is damaged. The symptoms agree with your information. According to your chart, it is "moderate" IBD. l do get fever for a few hours when l get a flare-up, and feel horribly uncomfortable.
I should say that l have an incredible support system. l am also a 40 year meditator. And since the last flare-up 2 months ago, l went online and found a way to massage the gut, according to Chinese medicine. I have been doing that every day, and l must say it is a revelation to get to know my own gut on an intimate basis, which l now know. Perhaps this has also helped. Every time l eat something that l am not sure about (like turnips the other day), l can feel the next morning how my gut handled it.
You gave me a key piece of information about the ilio-secal valve where the small intestines meet the colon. That IS where the pain begins, and the inflammation.
I will do the retention enemas, that sounds amazing. I also think it's crucial to heal the gut lining after a good round of probiotics. l will at that time order Mucosaheal. I wish l could get the Natren stuff but l cannot leave here for now. l had to laugh, and fully understand, that you said India is the one place your gut can't handle.
You have inspired me and given me hope to heal this debilitating affliction.
Thanks for your message. I am still reading your book... with interest... it is a lot to take in but very relevant.
I have been diagnosed with Crohns/Stricture about 2 years ago (after 20 plus years IBS). I refused the operation to cut out stricture as well as meds that I can't remember the name of but had terrible side effects... and they put me on a low residue diet. which in fairness has worked really well for me up till now... Thought and did eat all the rubbish of the day and because I could digest it I have been doing very well and live an active life.
Downside is I have gained about 2 stone in weight (only 5 foot and never really had much of a weight problem before) but now feel very uncomfortable in myself.
So, I started searching for a good dietician (hospital dietician available but very basic advice which hasn't really helped me) and came across an alternative nutritionist (French and has a great understanding of foods and seems to have tuned into to me pretty well). She has suggested I have a blocked Houston valve.
At the same time, I came across your video and books... and you are both very much saying similar things.
So rather than a diet I now have a health plan. I've not started it yet as have been away on holiday to Spain and life does seem to get in the way.
However, I'm continuing to read the book (love the recipes which will be a big help) and will see how it goes.
When I discovered your video, it was like a light bulb moment for me and has basically endorsed my decision to look at an alternative way to help me help myself.
So, when I'm back next week the big plan begins. I am both excited and scared at the same time as it is a complete lifestyle change and not sure how I'll cope with it.
When I'm ready I may phone for a support as offered.
In the meantime, thanks for opening up an option for me that I previously had no idea about.
Jini's Gut Guide
Jini healed herself of an 'incurable' disease (Crohn's) and has been drug and surgery-free for over 20 years. Her books sell in over 60 countries and she has appeared on numerous TV and radio shows sharing her message of hope.read more about JINI