Alternative to 5ASA Enemas

These are two natural alternatives to Mesalamine enemas, 1) Butyrate, a short fatty chain acid, enema , and 2) Women Wise Suppositories – both of them, because of their mere biological make-up will work synergistically within your small intestine, and can begin to repair the colon damage your disease produced.

A) Butyrate

Butyrate (also known as butyric acid) is a short-chain fatty acid produced when intestinal fiber is metabolized by bacteria. Butyrate ameliorates inflammation in ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease through intestinal and colonic mucosal repair, but its exact mechanism is not known.

Where do I get the Butyrate enemas?

These need to be gotten by prescription through your doctor.

B) Another Alternative to the 5ASA or mesalamine enemas is:

 

Suppositories #2  by Wise Woman Herbals (12 count)

Suppositories #2 12 count by Wise Woman Herbals

Suppositories #2

  • Relieves irritation, protects tissue, promotes healthy tissue & mucosa.
  • Homeopathic Formula.

Suggested use: Take as directed by a qualified healthcare professional.

Ingredients:

  • Althaea officinalis (marshmallow),
  • Hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel),
  • Ruscus aculeatus (butcher’s broom),
  • Collinsonia canadensis (stoneroot),
  • allantoin,
  • vitamin A, and vitamin E in a cocoa butter base.
12 count

Average Rating on 1 Reviews

(5 stars in 1 rating(s))

 

Wise Woman Suppositories #2 3/12/2010

“Recommended by my doctor for a specific ailment. This product is particularly pleasant to use and is all natural. Wise Women Herbals sets a very high standard in all natural remedies and supplements. Their products are not cheap, as a result.” Reviewed by Hugo Valdez from Santa Fe, NM.

 

Although there are no studies I can provide to document how well this product works (none have been done), I have heard many anecdotal success stories of these suppositories being more effective than Canasa suppositories.

 

The other great thing about these are no prescription is needed, and they have NO SIDE EFFECTS.

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