The Anatabloc Logs

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Some of you may or may not be aware that I have Crohn's Disease. I like to blame my crazy, stressful career for it, and in particular, some of the mentally abusive ad agencies I have been at in my past. I was diagnosed in 1997, and I have been on steroids and on Mesalamine to keep it under raps. But as all chronic conditions go, they all eventually worsen over time. Though I have been luckier than most, my disease seems to be getting a little worse the past few years. What is odd, is that I feel fine. My doctor and I have been at odds as far as going on auto-immune suppressants. I guess I want to wait until I really am feeling worse, and she is saying that I am gambling, which I know I kind of am. But these new drugs are powerful and weaken your immune system. My friend passed away two years ago by getting Lymphoma after being on one of them for RA. These drugs have a long list of side affects.

Well, I had said goodbye to my last refill of Mesalamine, and needed to get my blood work done to start the autoimmune suppressants last week. But my husband had been chirping in my ear for a while about this new anti-inflammatory supplement on the market called Anatabloc. He follows the stock market and had read about the company that makes it, and all the studies and trials that are out there for inflammatory diseases. After an MS study they ran, he urged me to read up and give Anatabloc a try before making the jump to the stronger drugs. After doing research online, I felt it was all too good to be true. It was as if the angels heard my prayers and answered my faith that in my lifetime, medicine was going to figure out how to help manage some of these diseases we suffer in a better way. People with a variety of inflammatory diseases such as Rosacea, RA, Crohn's, joint pain, and MS had posted that this stuff is amazing and was helping many manage their disease better. What did I have to lose? My colon, but hey, that was in the cards anyway.

Anatabloc (Anatabine) originally came from the tobacco plant, ironically, though is now made synthetically in the lab. I won't get into what it does or how it is made. Here is the link to the site, and you can do some research on your own. From what I have read, it seems safe to use, and you can buy it at GNC.

So my husband and I started a minimum dose 7 days ago. I hope to do a log on how I feel and the interactions with it over the next 6-8 weeks and see how I am feeling. So you can follow my "log" to see if maybe it might be something that can work for you, too. I have ulterior motives for the log. I want doctors to see how and if it is working, including my own. I know she will be skeptical if I ask her about it off the bat. So I am just going for it. Then we can get tests done and see if there is improvement or not. If not, then I will suck it up and go to the stronger drugs.

Wish me luck!

NOTE: Scroll down for the most recent posts.


Week 1, week of July 1st, 2012

The day we started, my Crohn's was misbehaving. I was having a little stomach pain and went to the bathroom 4 times in a day. They were not happy visits. I also was suffering from my allergies with sinus pressure and left ear pain. I also had lower back pain the whole previous week from carrying the laundry basket funny.

I end this week very surprised an encouraged. Surprised because everything I read said you will not notice much until 30 days on Anatabloc. I have to say, the past two days I have had no stomach pain at all, and each of those days day I had 2 NORMAL stops to the bathroom. And when I mean normal, I mean normal. I got too ahead of myself and ate a huge bowl of no sugar added ice cream, last night. This was a bad idea, because I had a minor flare up this morning. So I upped my dosage to two lozenges this morning, and all is quiet in my tummy since.

My back pain disappeared after two days. My sinuses were super clear after three with no more ear pain. I had a slight headache the first 4 days on it. But that seems to have stopped. I also have to say that my mind seems "clearer". It's hard to explain, but I have a lot more energy and my brain thinks quicker.

My husband reports that shockingly, his near eyesight has improved. His head is clearer. He has a lot more energy and he feels that his mind is sharper. And it has helped him quit smoking, which my husband said was what the supplement was originally for!

Miracle Supplement? Time will tell. We will keep plugging along. Other than today for me, we have only been taking 1 lozenge 3 times a day. I may increase mine, but we'll see.


Week 2, week of July 9th, 2012



I wish to thank all the people who have commented and shared their experiences with my audience and I this past week regarding the anti inflammatory supplement, Anatabloc. It was so encouraging and insightful! A few people asked why I only started on the lower dose versus the recommended one. To respond, I wished to start slowly because I did not know how my body was going to react to anatabine. I always feel caution is key when starting anything new, especially with your body. But I have upped the dosage to two three times a day this week, and have had no negative side affects. The mild headaches have gone, too.

As far as benefits, I can give you a rough overview in a nutshell. I am keeping a more detailed journal to share with my GI in a few months, but I won't bore you with specific details.

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As always, I notice when I eat my regular diet of low sugar and whole grains v.s. processed food, sugar or refined flour, I do much better in general. Thus, the week started out a little rocky because of my nephew's birthday party last weekend (who can resist birthday cake or Doritos? Well, not me.) But even though I had a little pain and drama in the bathroom, it was not near as bad as it usually is. And once the week got under way, I was back on my healthier eating habits. SO that was good.

The past two days, I have had no pain in my gut at all. And completely normal, minimal bathroom visits. Com.plete.ly! I could jump for joy! I also have had a lot less drama in my stomach, especially at night.

Allergies for the summer are non existent. I feel like I have wide-open air ways. It's kind of crazy.

I have lost 5 lbs. or more and I have a ton more energy.

I think quicker and clearer.

I am kind of happier and not as stressed out. It's bizarre. Maybe it's the Vitamin D3 in the pill? But I have read that anatabine lessens inflammation in the brain (look at a recent Alzheimer's study by the Roskamp Institute) Maybe I need to make my father take some! I already gave my Mom some for her joints.

And here's a subtle thing. I noticed a small, dark age spot that formed a few summers ago on my lower cheek starting to lighten, for no reason at all.

Oh, and my husband has seen a marked improvement in his vision. He told me he can see things close up without blurriness. He wouldn't believe it if he wasn't experiencing it himself. Also, his cracked and bleeding feet that have been giving him problems for years with Athlete's foot and swelling have completely cleared up. I saw them this morning and I have never seen his feet look so clear!

So that's all to report for now.
I am curious to see if the past two days with my happier tummy continues at the level it's at. If so, then this is truly a miracle pill for me. But we'll see.

Until next week's check in, peace.


Week 3, week of July 16th

My apologies on being tardy with my log. Sometimes The Urban Domestic Diva goes from "lots of doing" to "too much doing." It's no wonder I have Crohn's Disease!

I do wish to make one comment in reponse to a questions asked of me last week. I am not paid by Star Scientific. They have not contacted me to do this, and I am not getting any compensation or free samples. I started doing this because I was keeping daily logs for my GI anyway, so why not just share some of my experiences with others to help us all hopefully get on paths of healing? That was my only motive. Anatabloc is so new, I thought it might help others to follow someone weekly who is on it to see how someone with my disease reacts to it. That's the truth, pure and simple.

This report will be short and sweet. Because things are going swimmingly!

My bathroom visits are 98% normal. The most normal I have had in I don't know how long. No pain. No cramps. No fevers. Nothing. Normal. My tummy in general is a lot more calm, even when eating things that usually really disrupt it.

My energy is way up! I cleaned the house like a madwoman Saturday, from 10 am to 10 pm with just sitting down once. I even baked some stuff for my blog in between and did loads of laundry.

I have noticed this week that my gums have been sore and swollen. They just started feeling normal again a couple days ago. Not sure if the lozenges were too harsh for my gum tissue? I used listerine a couple times to keep them from getting infected and they seem a lot better as of right now.

I lost weight over the past few weeks. Nothing monumental. But my clothes fit better. A few people at work said I look healthier. They wanted to know what I was doing. Of course, I told them! I have a few people at work trying it out now, too. One for severe excema. I hope it helps her.

I have been thrilled with how this has been working for me. I still cannot believe it. I added a probiotic supplement and multivitamin to my morning routine. If Anatabloc is supposed to help your body take down inflammation to heal, I am hoping to give my body some tools to actually do some healing. Maybe even some aloe vera juice as well to help soothe the lining of my digestive tract might be in order this week as well? It helped when I was first diagnosed, actually. Diluted with a low-sugar juice and it isn't so bad!

That's it for now. I truly, truly hope this is a long term soultion for auto-immune disorders versus some of the harsher drugs out there. I hope that doctors take this supplement seriously and really look into all of it's possibilities.

Until next week, take care of yourself!

Peace.

Week 4-5, July 29-Aug 5 2012


Hello from Anatabloc land!

I had to merge the two weeks this week. When I finally had a minute to post how my progress has been, it was already this week! So I figured at that point, I would just merge it to 2 weeks.

Things continue to improve. My bathroom visits for my Crohn's are happy and normal still, and even getting on a routine schedule, just twice a day! No pain. No fevers or chills at night. Energy up. My gums are fine, by the way. They healed up. I don't know if it was the mix of my multivitamin with the Anatabloc which one reader mentioned might be the cause, but things seem back to normal.

I wish to point out that my daughter and I shared the biggest vat of popcorn when we went to the movie theater and watched BRAVE last week. I fully expected to pay for it that night. I am happy to report I was perfectly fine. I won't go on binges like that often, but it was a special night for us and I went for it. I was feeling so good. I can see how people can get carried away being on this supplement. I need to remind myself to still eat healthy and consume "naughty things" in moderation. I still have a chronic illness-even if this supplement is making me feel invincible!

A couple quick notes, then I am off to enjoy my Sunday with the family. My husband was telling me that our cat does not bother him any more. He doesn't sneeze, and he let her lick him the other day for a while on his arm. A large red rash should have developed, but it didn't. Moon, our cat, was so excited to lick him for once she kept doing it! She never is allowed to do so. So it seems it is supporting my husband's allergies as well.

Also, my coworker started taking it for her eczema, and her hands are looking better than I have seen them in a while. No cracking or bleeding. She is only taking one or two a day, too. Not even the recommended dose. We'll see how she does as she continues.

That's all for now. I'll keep plugging along. I will try to get back on a weekly post, even if it's short. Things have been a little unruly lately with work and things. All the more grateful I am for Anatabloc to help me feel better so I can keep up with it all. I don't have time to be sick! Who does?

Peace.


Week 6-7, Aug 6th-16th 2012





Hello all! I know it has been a bit since my last Antabloc check in. Before I get into nitty gritty, I just want to thank everyone who have visited the logs, shared their experiences with my readers and sent their advice and well wishes. I have been blown away by all your knowledge, love, strength and caring. SO many of you or your loved ones have been struggling with illness, as I have. It has been an amazing experience for me to hear your stories. You all give my readers and I hope. Your experience and advice has helped on this journey. Thank you!

So a few things have come up this past few weeks. Off the bat, I noticed a flare up coinciding with the monthly hormonal spike most women get during that time of the month. After having a very bad morning a few weeks ago, I was kind of freaking out. I went online and sure enough, I discovered that female Crohn's patients usually get a mild flare up during that time. HELLO? No one, not one doctor has EVER told me that! And I think because my symptoms have been managed so well since on Anatabloc, that I noticed the flare up more distinctly than the past years where (I realize now) I was barely managing. SO I never noticed things get noticeably worse during that time, until now!

So based on some reading and research, I took Evening Primrose supplements that week with the Anatabloc. Within a couple days things went back to happy. I stayed on it throughout that week. Evidently, Evening Primrose is not only a mild anti-inflammatory but it blocks the one hormone that gets elevated during that time that causes inflammation. So that will be part of my "once a month" routine. I hope to pretake it so that when things hit, I'll manage my Crohn's symptoms better. Thank you, Evening Primrose!

Things have been ticking along. I have been continuing with 2 Anatabloc 3 times a day. If I overdo it eating out or with a decadent dessert (sugar is usually my trigger) I take an extra lozenge before bed. It seems to keep my symptoms under control. I am taking probiotics as well, and today I began aloe vera juice mixed with no sugar added juice. That seems to make my lower intestines even happier.

I am currently on no medication. My rational brain thinks I am crazy,  yet my system is regulated. Bathroom visits have been normal and consistent. I am in no pain and have no fevers.

Will my doctor believe me? I need to set up an appnt. very soon to check in and let her know what has been going on. They will probably want to run tests to see what's really going on. In case my GI tells me to take a flying leap...wondering if anyone knows a GI that is open to monitoring the use of Anatabloc in the Midwest? My worry is that it's so new, many don't even know about it.

OK. That's it! Keep the sharing and comments coming! There are many people interested in Anatabloc, and they are visiting and reading! Many are sick, and many don't have meds that are working for them. If you have an experience or advice to share with others, please post here or in the Anatabloc logs section of my blog. Your experience may help someone else. It takes a village!

Until next time, take care of yourselves!

UDD


Week 8-9, weeks Aug. 17th - Sept 7




Hello all! I know it has been a bit since my last Antabloc check in. Before I get into nitty gritty, I just want to thank everyone who have visited the logs, shared their experiences with my readers and sent their advice and well wishes. I have been blown away by all your knowledge, love, strength and caring. SO many of you or your loved ones have been struggling with illness, as I have. It has been an amazing experience for me to hear your stories. You all give my readers and I hope. Your experience and advice has helped on this journey. Thank you!

So a few things have come up this past few weeks. Off the bat, I noticed a flare up coinciding with the monthly hormonal spike most women get during that time of the month. After having a very bad morning a few weeks ago, I was kind of freaking out. I went online and sure enough, I discovered that female Crohn's patients usually get a mild flare up during that time. HELLO? No one, not one doctor has EVER told me that! And I think because my symptoms have been managed so well since on Anatabloc, that I noticed the flare up more distinctly than the past years where (I realize now) I was barely managing. SO I never noticed things get noticeably worse during that time, until now!

So based on some reading and research, I took Evening Primrose supplements that week with the Anatabloc. Within a couple days things went back to happy. I stayed on it throughout that week. Evidently, Evening Primrose is not only a mild anti-inflammatory but it blocks the one hormone that gets elevated during that time that causes inflammation. So that will be part of my "once a month" routine. I hope to pretake it so that when things hit, I'll manage my Crohn's symptoms better. Thank you, Evening Primrose!

Things have been ticking along. I have been continuing with 2 Anatabloc 3 times a day. If I overdo it eating out or with a decadent dessert (sugar is usually my trigger) I take an extra lozenge before bed. It seems to keep my symptoms under control. I am taking probiotics as well, and today I began aloe vera juice mixed with no sugar added juice. That seems to make my lower intestines even happier.

I am currently on no medication. My rational brain thinks I am crazy,  yet my system is regulated. Bathroom visits have been normal and consistent. I am in no pain and have no fevers.

Will my doctor believe me? I need to set up an appnt. very soon to check in and let her know what has been going on. They will probably want to run tests to see what's really going on. In case my GI tells me to take a flying leap...wondering if anyone knows a GI that is open to monitoring the use of Anatabloc in the Midwest? My worry is that it's so new, many don't even know about it.

OK. That's it! Keep the sharing and comments coming! There are many people interested in Anatabloc, and they are visiting and reading! Many are sick, and many don't have meds that are working for them. If you have an experience or advice to share with others, please post here or in the Anatabloc logs section of my blog. Your experience may help someone else. It takes a village!

Until next time, take care of yourselves!

UDD

Anatabloc logs (final entry for now) Nov. 10, 2012



Many people have been asking how I've been doing on Anatabloc since my last entry, and I promised to write one. I felt that my posts were getting boring and redundant. But I guess inquiring minds want to know? I have not scheduled an appointment with my GI because I just don't think she is going to be on board with being on Anatabloc long term. So I am on the search for a new GI. Especially because I am due for maintenance tests next year.

Meanwhile, I have still been doing great in managing my Crohn's symptoms. I have even been cheating on my food more often than usual without many adverse digestive side affects. I take an extra dose before bed after having a meal where I cheated a lot (cheating for me is excessive sugar and refined flour). I have also found that I am warding off colds and such much better. In fact, a horrible head cold has been making it's way through my office this week. I started feeling it coming on last night, and I just laid down under a couple of blankets and rested. I felt fine this morning! Of course, I was working a bake sale for 4 hours this afternoon, and I feel it coming on again as I write this. I think the key is to really rest, and let your immune system do it's thing. Anatabloc helps that.

The only challenge through my time on Anatabloc has been managing the disease with monthly hormone fluctuations. I know I have mentioned this before. I feel so good now, that I really notice when my flare ups happen. And I have noticed my Crohn's symptoms get crankier during those times. Evening primrose is helping that, but I may look into trying some other things. If I can get that under control, I am golden.

I am staying the course. Anatabloc has been wonderful in managing my disease for now. I will write a post once I get a new GI and have tests done, and give you all an update. Comparing new tests to older ones would be very helpful in knowing if this supplement truly does help the inflammation.

I have heard that Anatabloc is working on trials for Crohn's disease, Alzheimer's and thyroid disease. I look forward to those results being shared with doctors everywhere! It sure would make my life a lot easier as I try to find a doctor that would be open to me using it. Why are doctors so skeptical of managing disease naturally, and through diet? I don't get it.

But for me, I am a believer. I have not felt this good in I don't know how long. Proof will be in test comparisons. So I search for a doctor. And we'll see. I will log off for now, until then.

Peace, and stay healthy!

Quick Anatabloc Update/ Dec 4, 2012



Hello my fellow Anatablocers! I hope the holidays aren't stressing you out too much and you are staying healthy. I have been asked by many how I have been doing, and thought I would let everyone know I am doing great-really great in fact. A few posts ago I mentioned I wanted to start doing other things to try and help heal my intestinal tissue while the Anatabloc does it's magic on my immune system. I thought if my immune system wasn't attacking my digestive system constantly, then it could have a chance to actually heal. After a few tries with over the counter probiotics and some aloe vera juice, I visited an apothecary shortly after Thanksgiving (All the eating caused me to have a day of discomfort). The pharmacist there recommended two things. Slippery Elm powder and a special power-biotic from a company called Symbion. I have been taking 2 power-biotics once a day for two weeks, and I was taking Slippery Elm three times day. I now only take Slippery Elm before dinner. Slippery Elm is supposed to actual heal and soothe the tissue in your intestinal tract. You mix 1 tsp. in a cup of warm water and drink it before eating a meal. (It tastes like watered down tree bark, but it's doable.) The power-biotics help balance it all out. But the addition of these two things with the Anatabloc is giving me a totally normal tummy life. I am so very happy right now. I feel like I dodged the immune suppressant bullet, for now.  We'll see long term.

Now the Symbion bottle says after a month, I need to up my dosage for a bit, then go back down. I think the idea is to get the balance of good bacteria there to stay in your intestines. All I know is that it has done wonders for regularity. I am in no pain, and I really feel normal.

Oh and twice I have felt I was getting a bad cold, with it going around the office. With extra sleep, I dodged those illnesses. I believe the Anatabloc really does support the immune system. It has really helped keep me healthy.

This Apothecary I visited is a wonderful place, with a long history of healing people naturally. If you are ever in Chicago, I urge you to visit it. The building alone is lovely-but the knowledge inside is worth the trip. It's called Merz's Apothecary. It's on Lincoln Ave in a wonderful little shopping neighborhood called Lincoln Square.







35 comments:

  1. Hi.Just a few questions:What date is this posted?I linked on from another site .I've been on Anatablocs for RA since jan,2012 and this is july 6 so I have been on it long enough to know its working for me.You can take this to the bank:It's not made from tobacco.Totally synthetic and patented process(http://finance.yahoo.com/news/pto-issues-patent-star-scientific-134500959.html) to make it cheap and plentiful.I figure it's cheap at the price we are paying now but in a few yrs I expect it will go down in price.There is no other source than Rock Creek/Star Scientific and they have a lot of time and money invested so I expect they will have to recoupe quite a bit before lowering the price. Heres hoping you have a good outcome and recover to the point of not needing any more costly and ineffective treatments from modern medicine.pcal ps:I take 6 per day and occ.more it needed.

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  2. Hi I have been on Anatabloc for a month now. I have diabetes, fibromyalgia, lupus/sjogrens and hypothyroidism. Whew i know its alot. But my husband also ordered it for me and I was very sceptical but told him I would take it. I have noticed a drastic change in my blood sugar levels. I was diagnosed with diabetes in 2005 and has since always had to take pills or insulin. Over the last 4 days I have not had to take any pills/insulin. Have you heard about Anatabloc having this effect on anyone else. I have a doc appt and will have her to blood work to see whats going on...if she can. I am very happy for this result because the sugar pills eventually say in the side effects that they will cause damage to liver/kidneys I will try to update on here about the results and findings. Glad it is working for you in a different way but that you are feeling better. I also had bad ear/nose sinus pain but still feel a little stuffy. I take 2 pills a day (Anatabloc)

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    1. I had read somewhere that there was a study on cholesterol/heart disease underway, but don't quote me! I had not heard anything about diabetes. I am glad It's helping you, too. You have been on it for a short time, so maybe in a few weeks, and if you up your dose gradually, it may help with your other diseases too? I am not a doctor, but if you think about it...this supplement regulates your immune system so it behaves normally. Your immune system controls so much...my guess is that there is a wide range of good things that this supplement can do. Please check back and let us know how you progress! It seems the logs have been a place for many others who are suffering from a wide range of things to check in, share their anataboc experiences or get confirmation that they should try it, too. Take care of yourself! Let us know what your doctor says!

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    2. I guess you can call me Anonymous, Jr. :-) I have been on Anatabloc since it first came out a year ago. It "cured" a skin condition that I had put up with for decades and now my seasonally allergies are practically non-existent. I have been thrilled and amazed. Needless to say, I have done a lot of reading on anatabine in the last year. I would like to make a couple of observations for the other "Anonymous". 1) I read somewhere that it has an 8 hour half life, so I would think that taking it three times per day as recommended would be more effective. 2) Also, I agree with the diva. You seem to have a lot of inflammation. Since the anatabine molecules apparently "hook up" in our cells and take the place of the stuff (cytokines?) that causes the inflammation; it makes sense that the more inflammation you have, the more anatabine you may need. For instance I had another issue that did not go away until I increased my dosage to 9 per day. But then I also weigh 260 pounds.

      I have heard of others who were able to reduce their diabetes medication after beginning Anatabloc. I have also heard of some who apparently did not see that benefit. I suspect that some people like you have a problem where inflammation is inhibiting your pancreatic cells from doing their job. Anatabloc may help this demographic. I suspect that others will find that their disease has progressed to the point where their pancreatic cells are just too far gone to recover functionally. But I am not a doctor and that is pure speculation on my part. Good luck!

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    3. Liver inflammation is thought to cause an overproduction of a substance involved in insulin resistance. The anatbine would help limit that substance because it affects the same pathway that is involved.

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  3. Thanks for this blog. Excellent reading. How you these past 42 days ?

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  4. UDD:

    Is there any update since September 7th?

    THanks for your efforts and encouragement to others.

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  5. Did you ever visit your Dr.? I've been using Abloc for sinus congestion (obviously not as critical as your condition) and it has materially helped, but I haven't had a checkup since I started taking it and I'm concerned there might be side effects I'm not aware of.

    I wish you the best of luck with treating your Crohn's and appreciate your openness and honesty in the hopes of helping / educating other. Cheers to you!

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    1. Hello! I will update the logs in a couple days. Things are still great! I guess I wondered if people got bored hearing about good news. But I'll do an update to let everyone know-I'm getting a lot of requests! I am so warmed by everyone's notes, questions and good wishes. But things are still doing fine! Thanks for stopping by!

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    2. Diva,

      Is the Anatabloc still working? Are you OK?

      Best.

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  6. UDD, will there be any update soon, given your last post?

    Peace.

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  7. Being the science geek that I am, what is antabloc comprised of? Or where can I find this info? Also do you know if it has been known to help fistulas?

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    1. SeeAliRun, Here is a review of Anatabloc that covers all the research on the product

      http://supplement-geek.com/anatabloc-anatabine-inflammation-review/


      Hope it helps and I'm also glad its helping the Urban Domestic Diva also

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  8. Hi SeeAlliRun! I would go to Star Scientific's website or the anatabloc website..that's where I first went. I actually had that problem shortly after my daughter was born. I had 3 surgeries with the same awful doctor, with none of it working. I switched to an amazing surgeon at Rush in Chicago. His name is Dr. Saclarides. I also went on a very south beachy diet at the same time I met with him, with low/no refined sugar, low refined flour. I don't know if it was the combo of the right surgeon with losing weight and eating foods that did not cause inflammation, but it got resolved in a few months! And it has stayed that way. It has only been this yearI have been on Anatabloc, so I can't say it helps fistulas. But I am still feeling really well. I met with an apothecary who's son has had Crohn's disease, and he also gave me some super probiotics from the company, Symbion. And I am taking slippery elm once a day before eating. Slippery elm supposedly heals the inner tissue of the lining of your intestines. After Thanksgiving, I was feeling kind of yucky and I had a mild one day flare up. But with anatabloc, these probiotics and the slippery elm, in two days I am back to feeling great with only 1-3 daily, happy bathroom visits. I think it was too much food and too much sugar over Thanksgiving! Take care! I think if Anatabloc takes down inflammation, and fistulas are caused by inflammation, then in theory, it should help? Keep us updated! Best, UDD

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  9. ANATABLOC is a dietary supplement for anti-inflammatory support of the immune system. Since many disorders, like coronary artery disease, diabetes, asthma, Alzheimer's, and rheumatoid arthritis, are caused by chronic low-level inflammation,

    Anatabine is a naturally-occurring alkaloid, found in eggplant, peppers, green tomatoes, tobacco, potatoes, and a variety of other plants and vegetables in the Solanaceae family. Anatabloc® stimulates a natural body process to promote a healthy inflammatory response. Anatabine in Anatabloc does not come from any plant but is synthesis manufactured process.

    More on Anatabloc See http://tinyurl.com/cp2wekk

    Anatabloc at GNC is all about inhibiting the expression of NF-kB. Anatabbloc turns off that chronic inflammation

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  10. Most people are not taking proper dosage. Extremely important to be on correct dosage. The company has learned a lot through their clinical studies.

    Label Facts—The new 300 lozenges bottle available from GNC or online at www.anatabloc.com has the following label information:

    RECOMMENDED DOSAGE: 100-120 LBS=2 lozenges 3 times daily (6); 121-170LBS=2 lozenges 4 times daily (8); 171-220LBS=2 lozenges 5 times daily (10), and 221LBS+=2 lozenges 6 times daily (12).

    "Inflammation is perhaps the major medical issue of our time and the ability to diminish its risk will change the way we manage health in America / the World."

    Anatabloc is the means to control inflammation. Watch this

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmC3Ths-Mt8

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  11. Just released study on Anatabloc/anatabine on Crohns'

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/star-scientific-rock-creek-pharmaceuticals-123400734.html

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    1. HURRAY! Thank you for sharing! Finally some positive studies that are pointing to TRUTH! I am still doing really, really well. Probiotics, slippery elm and Anatabloc. I am loving life, and food. GO star scientific! Keep the studies going! I believe!

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  12. I just sent the above study to 2 friends one with crohns and one with chronic ulcerative colitis....I'm the messenger, it's up to the receipent.

    I'm on Anatabloc a little over 2 months for OA, Fibro and complications from nasty hip replacement, all chronic inflammation..

    Doing good and keep spreading the word...taking less advil and No Tylenol and sleeping much much better... deal with some constipation issues, but I've had a lifelong constipation issue, so upping a lot of my stuff I take for constipation, just added slippery elm...

    My next door neighbor just got the trial, she deals with nasty hip bursitis and a tooth/gum issue, all inflammation. So HOPING it will work for her....

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  13. Interesting article and comment out today:

    Anecdotal, nonetheless worthy of note; a Big Pharma Ph.D. scientist who specializes in ulcerative colitis research and is out in front of the anatabine science emailed me commenting on the press release. He said. "If I had ulcerative colitis or Crohn's, I would be popping this stuff like M&M's." The "stuff" he mentions is Anatabloc.

    See http://tinyurl.com/bu6azgs

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    1. Ha! Great news! Sometimes I feel like I am popping them like M&M's. I pray this supplement stays around forever for us sickies! My biggest fear is a pharma company will buy them and discontinue the drug because preventative meds hurt their profits. The more good news, the better! Spread the word!

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    2. Hi Flora. Can I ask a question about Anatabloc and Crohn's?

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    3. Ask away...or send me an email via the link on the upper right. Thnx.

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  14. I also learned about Anatabloc via stock info. I've been on it for eight months. Works for my IBS, ankle stiffness and other ailments for a 48 year old man. I've also experienced a very slight headache / dizziness for a short duration.

    I recently tried brown seaweed - Modifilan. Works very good for IBS. It also works to detox the body. I person even reported to have cured blood cancer.

    Google Anatabloc cancer and Modifilan cancer and you will come across interesting blogs.

    Love, peace and good health to all.

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  15. I bought some Anatabloc for my brother who has Crohn's and he started it last week. Can you (or anyone) tell me how long he can expect to take it until he sees results. Incidentally, my doc told me about Anatabloc and says it works for him for a few things including alleviating a chronic elbow injury. Thanks for any info you can offer.

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  16. Good louck to your brother! I noticed improvements after two weeks and really was doing great after 6 weeks. Once I tweaked dosage based on weight, things are really great. I would reco a really good probiotic as well, and slippery elm before dinner if he is suffering symptoms. Btw, i meant luck above! Google wouldnt let me fix the mispell! Luv technology. Thnx for coming by!

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    1. Thank you so much for your reply. I will pass along your feedback about Anatabloc to my brother and also tell his wife to buy some slippery elm (more likely to get results!).

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  17. Is this ok will it hunt your liver ? with the A in it... to much A is not good for your liver is it ? need to know..

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  18. I have no idea. i'm doing great and I have no problems. Are there any boards you can read or call the company?

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  19. Hello, which "good probiotic," do you use. If it works for you would like to get it for myself. TOO MANY BRANDS out there. Do not wish to research another thing trying to heal myself without so many drugs. I have Hashimoto disease an autoimmune condition where the antibodies are attacking my thyroid. It would help me to blog the brand you use. Thank you!

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    1. Hi! I use symbion based on a recommendation from a well respected pharmacist at a local apothecary called Merz's. Here is a link (http://www.symbionprobiotics.com/). and follow the instructions, you need to gradually up the dosage, and then go on a maintenance dose. Have you done research on how Anatabloc is in studies right now for thyroid related illnesses? It's very encouraging! I am still drug free and doing very well on it, with my diet and supplements. It's a miracle! I am so grateful.

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  20. I just started taking anatabloc 3 days ago and can't believe how good this stuff is....my back feels like 50% better...no sniffling and sneezing in the morning...less appetite...ring finger no longer swollen....I have taken nopelea ...omega Xl ..coral calcium...deer antler velvet medication cocktails...all very good stuff...but only glucosamine and condrotin ranks up there with anatabloc....as the G and C stabilized my back...so there was less movement therefore less inflammation....

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  21. My daughter, too was in bad shape with crohns and is doing great with just Anatabloc

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  22. I was diagnosed with breast cancer a year ago, and had a lumpectomy followed by brachy therapy radiation. I had severe burning from the radiation and had a huge swollen mass in my breast that drained continually. The doctors tried antibiotics but nothing touched it so they scheduled surgery to remove the radiated tissue. The doctor told me that radiated tissue would never heal. At that same time, I discovered Anatabloc and started taking it. Within 3 days the draining stopped and when I went in for the presurgery visit the breast was healing very nicely and the doctor was shocked. We canceled the surgery and the breast has healed completely. I love this stuff and am sick that it may be taken off the market.

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  23. This Anatabloc stuff is amazing. In doing my own research into auto-immune issues and systemic inflmmation I found Anatabloc. Of course I'm the biggest skeptic when it comes to certain supplements' claims and was also skeptical of all the positive reviews of Anatabloc. I found it's a synthesized version of a small molecule alkaloid (whatever that is) called anatabine and is found in plants and vegetables like tomatoes & peppers. I thought since I love salsa I must have been ingesting small amounts of anatabine all along. Anyway I have been taking 8 - 10 Anatabloc tabs for nearly 18mos now and feel like I have this amazing health now. No arthritis pains, no sinusitis issues ever, no heartburn, just a good sense of well being knowing I am keeping chronic inflammatory diseases at bay.

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