Crohn’s disease is inflammation that can affect any part of the lining of the digestive tract from mouth to anus. You can help Crohn’s disease by balancing pH and improving lymph flow through the digestive tract. In Crohn’s disease the lining of the digestive tract can be inflamed or develop damage like ulcers. When you read about Crohn’s disease you don’t see anything about the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system must reabsorb acidic cellular waste from inside the digestive tract and over it. When the lymphatics in a part of the digestive tract become blocked or constrict, the area can become inflamed from the buildup of acidic waste and inflammatory cells.
There are no medications or surgical procedures that can cure Crohn’s disease. Treatment options focus on helping symptoms, maintaining remission, and preventing relapse. Understanding how the lymphatic system must complete circulation and reabsorb damaging acidic waste, I believe improving pH and lymph flow in the digestive tract, can help cure Crohn’s disease.
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