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Ulcerative colitis is a condition that causes inflammation and ulceration in the colon (large intestine). It has no recognised aetiology. The term “incurable” refers to the fact that, despite technical progress, we are still unable to cure UC. Why? Because it has been so difficult to determine what causes UC; until today. We will investigate both the incurability and curability of ulcerative colitis. And will respond to what makes ulcerative colitis cured with Ayurveda?

TNFalpha—the intractable cause of ulcerative colitis!

UC is a type of autoimmune disease. This suggests your body is attacking itself. In UC, your body is attacked by toxins linked to proteins, which causes genes to generate chemicals called cytokines, which play an important role in cell signalling. TNFalpha, or tumour necrosis factor-alpha, is one of these cytokines.

TNFalpha overproduction causes direct inflammation, ulceration, and increased permeability of the colon wall to hazardous waste products. Toxins irritate defenceless mucosal cells, which respond by secreting enzymes that cause significant tissue damage, resulting in additional cytokines and a vicious downward spiral that can finally lead to sepsis (a potentially fatal blood infection) or colon cancer.

Incurable ulcerative colitis—that is, it is impossible to stop once it has begun since your body has gone rogue and is attacking itself, and no drug can stop it! Simply said, UC can be cured. Only if you cease producing excessive amounts of TNFalpha. Or diminishing the influence that has already been caused – but this is not totally possible.

Why is UC still treatable with medications?

The reason that UC remains “incurable” with conventional medications is because these drugs are meant to treat symptoms rather than causes.

They will aid in the relief of intestinal spasms. They cannot, however, eliminate TNFalpha that is already present or prevent its production. As a result, you must address this factor at the source, and therefore our new discovery!

So, if we can now treat ulcerative colitis, what does that mean?

Why should UC be curable but other autoimmune diseases, such as MS, are not?

And how may we remove TNFalpha after it has been enhanced by your genes? What gene mutations could result in an excess of TNFalpha production?

Why not cut it off at the source?—that is, the gene!

We’ve discovered environmental risk factors for diseases like MS; can we do the same for TNFalpha and UC?

In genetically sensitive people, viruses such as Epstein-Barr and gut bacteria can be triggers for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)/ulcerative colitis. However, these exogenous causes cannot result in acute UC.

So, what makes certain people more vulnerable than others?

What was missing from all of these explanations for the underlying causes of IBD? In reality, clear information of how genes themselves activate has been lacking. And this leads to increased TNFalpha production, which results in chronic illness.

The solution was inside us. Our entire lives are waiting to be found if we only look for it!

What causes excessive TNFalpha production in the first place?—it’s all in our genes!

The HLA gene and its implications for UC

The answer is that there are genetic predispositions to getting UC. HLA typing is one gene implicated in this. This gene was identified in 1987 by Dr. Daniel Rotter of the State University of New York in Stony Brook, NY.

But what does this have to do with whether or not ulcerative colitis is curable? The human genome project, which discovered 30,000 genes, also provided an answer: certain gene variants associated with chronic inflammation of the colon (i.e., ulcerative colitis) are indeed “incurable” because they increase the likelihood of developing the disease in the first place!

It is not enough to simply remove the trigger; the TNFalpha that has already been created must also be eliminated!Only then will your body be able to heal.

The good news is that you may be able to avoid developing ulcerative colitis symptoms in the first place. But how exactly? If there are genes that predispose to UC. If there is any hope of a treatment, other genes must obviously guard against the disease. While HLA typing tests on hundreds of people have been conducted, one research team has recently uncovered some genetic variants that appear to greatly lessen a person’s risk of developing IBD.

How can Ayurvedic medicine treat ulcerative colitis?

What is remarkable about our new discoveries is that the defence against UC is found within your own body! We have already disclosed a new gene-based anti-TNFalpha ayurveda medication that can prevent the condition from becoming chronic even if hereditary factors have already initiated it.

So, what should you do? Because TNFalpha actually damages cells, causing them to produce more cytokines, which in turn trigger other inflammatory substances, the trick is to reduce its oxidative effect on specific genes by taking special antioxidant supplements while also avoiding bacterial infections that promote excessive TNFalpha production.

This is why Ayurveda has long maintained that nutrition and lifestyle play a significant part in illness treatment, and we now know that this is true: a change in lifestyle can prevent chronic disease and improve health.

Ayurveda cures ulcerative colitis by providing you the ability to quit it on your own volition!

This isn’t just a “lifestyle change”: changing nutrition and making daily decisions are all aspects of a larger solution that can help us take control of our disease if we want to do so. It entails more than just changing our way of life; it also entails developing the positive will to believe that we have the potential to heal ourselves within ourselves. This powerful realisation generates new treatment options for UC–and opens up new avenues of information about how this internal healing process truly works under these conditions–the most crucial being that we all have the power to make that choice!


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