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4 natural remedies for Crohn’s disease

Herbal remedies can ease some symptoms of Crohn’s disease or lengthen remission time.

Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease that has no cure and mainly afflicts the patient’s digestive tract. The symptoms of this disease include severe stomach aches, stools with blood, diarrhea, weight loss and most commonly affects the patient’s small bowel and beginning of the colon. In some severe cases, Crohn’s disease patients could also suffer from malnutrition.

Crohn’s disease patients are also more prone to fevers, fatigue and night sweats, however, despite these severe symptoms doctors still haven’t been able to figure out what causes this disease. However, recently researchers identified specific bacteria involved in Crohn’s disease that abnormally increase or decrease.While patients have to rely on life-long medications, these four natural remedies can also be used for prolonging remission from the symptoms of this chronic disease.

1. Vitamin D supplements

Studies have found that patients living with Crohn’s disease are vitamin D deficient and that low levels are associated with increased symptoms of this inflammatory bowel disease [1]. Researchers have concluded in a study published in the United European Gastroenterology journal that short-term treatment with 2000 IU/day of vitamin D supplements can prolong remission from the symptoms of Crohn’s disease

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