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Nancy (Los Angeles) on 04/24/2023:
We're convinced, after reading some of these other posts, that the cause for him was eating pumpkin seeds and popcorn, because it was literally the next day he started feeling a certain familiar discomfort that got increasingly more painful. I came on here and bought the Serovera AMP on Amazon for a crazy $143, the Physician's Choice 60 Billion 10 Strain probiotics, and slippery elm by Horbaach. The Probiotics came first, but it didn't really help with the pain. The next day, the Serovera AMP and slippery elm came...the day after that, his pain was reduced dramatically. I'm writing this post on Monday, April 24th, 2023. The discomfort began for him last Sunday, April 16th. He went to work the next day and came home unusually early. I asked why he was home early, and he said he thinks the diverticulitis came back. So within a week from discovery, it's essentially gone. I'm going to have him finish all 3 bottles. I hope this post helps someone in the future, like all of the other posters here have helped me. :)
Alyson (Leesburg, Va) on 02/15/2016:
Better But With Side Effects
Kteachernc (Charlotte, Nc) on 12/22/2015:
Lisad (Cirencester, Uk) on 10/15/2014:
Obviously, a good course of high quality probiotics are indicated after using antibiotics... and of course anything that is going to improve digestive health with this condition is a positive thing. I personally like the Odos Choice as there are 30 billion viable organisms per capsule, about 8 different strains and they have to be kept in the fridge which for some reason makes me feel more confident about it - but I digress.
I have always been a fan of Aloe and I spend alot of time in France. They have a drink there in most shops that is basically just water and aloe and everyone drinks it for their overall gut health (presumably because of a rich food diet). I found though that it works miracles if you just use it (well Aloe in general) all the time, rather than when you are feeling under the weather as it's also a powerful preventative measure rather than a treatment.
I get very few problems these days as a result (although Aloe isn't the only thing I use every day but it one of the main things).
Yay for Aloe Vera - which tastes nice and sounds nice. :)
Prioris (Fl, US) on 09/19/2014:
You should be on a high quality pro biotic. Probiotics has also cured this condition. I assume you have tried that.
Alyson Linville (Leesburg, Va) on 01/07/2014:
Prioris (Fl) on 10/07/2013:
Wholly Holistic (Little Rock, Ar) on 10/04/2013:
Mdepaul (Philadelphia, PA) on 09/02/2013:
Prioris (Fort Pierce, Fl, Usa) on 05/23/2013:
Also Aloe Muciliginous Polysaccharide will heal the little sacs in the intestine. Doctors say they won't heal. That is baloney. With the right nutrients, your body will heal.
The regular Aloe Vera would not work on my diverticulitis. It was too weak. Plus it caused nausea. It took 2 months for it to work. You will also figure out which foods are causing it after a while. They may not be the ones that get listed either. I do take a small amount of fiber to clean my intestine a little also.