I’ve had Crohn’s since 1989. Months later, I developed a vaginal fistula. Since then, I’ve had a partial colectomy of the left colon, hemicolectomy of the right colon, and I had a partial
hysterectomy. During the same time they did an ileostomy. I wore it for 3 months. When they took it down, it did not repair the fistula. Some months later, I developed a vaginal cyst, and I began
taking Lupron injections to reduce it. It reduced the cyst, but threw my body into menopause. Now I’m having problems with my sight, memory, and other menopausal symptons. Also since 1992, my breath
began to smell, and when I use the bathroom, it smells awful. I want to be healed from Crohn’s, but my main problem right now is, how I smell. I can’t keep existing like this. I’m battling diarrhea,
pain, anemia, fatigue, depression, gas, and bloating. I’ve asked my GI about detoxing, because I believe that’s one thing that would make me feel better, but he says no. He doesn’t know what to do
about my breath, and neither do I anymore. What do you suggest?
Answer by Dherbs
You should listen to how you feel and DETOX! Detoxing will help you, and your situation. The drugs have made you toxic! Here’s what you need to do first and foremost, perform the Full Body Detox,
followed by the 10-Day Electric Greens Cell Food Cleanse, followed by the 10-Day Supreme Colon Cleanse. While performing these cleanses, drink 1 cup of Female Health Tea daily, and read the “Mental
Science Manual” and apply the principles.