In this video, Dane Johnson picks Jini Patel Thompson’s brain for her insights and tips for his difficult cases using DMSO-based healing protocols for Crohn’s and Colitis.

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  • Thank younfor this. I have gone back to see my naturopath who is pushing me to get my fistula surgically removed. I have an abscess, presacral, and osteomyelitis in my sacrum and hip. I have had the abscess removed twice, two types of ostomies. Now I have the fistula which opened four and a half years post-surgery. It has been a relief. I do not have crohn’s. I have diverticula from a tortuous colon. A diverticula ruptured when I was rear-ended at a stop light in 1994. The abscess was found in 2011 when I could not walk one day due to what I am sure now is osteomyelitis. The osteomyelitis was Rx’d in 2015 when an MRI was finally done. That found the sacral infection. The fistula runs through the sacrum somehow. Not an easy thing to treat, medically, or any other way. I have been using colloidal silver & DMSO both topically & internally. I feel that my fistula is improving by the type of drainage and amount. Also much hard tissue has softened and disappeared. My infection has become resistant to every antibiotic I hve ever taken. You give me hope. Doctors tell ne I am dying & will do so horribly. Tha5 makes me very angry & I am not following that suggestion. How dare they!

  • I have fistula through my tailbone, too. It has tunneled all over my pelvis. I do not know why I have lived through infection in my pelvis for so long leading to the fistula & infection I have now, but I thank God very often for my life and ability to do what I do!

    1. Hi Tammy,

      For Oral protocol, you have to mix together all the ingredients and DMSO is only 1/4 teaspoon. Take this 1 to 3 times per day on an empty stomach (20 minutes before food or 2 hours after food). Itʼs a good idea to start with lower amounts, or lowered frequency, and then build up over time to establish tolerance and then increase to full frequency and dosage. Be sure to purchase Jini’s Healing Guide: Natural Treatments for Intestinal Strictures eBook in our Shoppe for full, detailed instructions and dosages StrictureHeal. Thanks for your comment!

      Kind Regards,
      Cris B
      Customer Care

  • Hi Jini!! Thanks so much for this! I learn many new things every time.

    A question for you: you said not to use comfrey if you have an active infection. Does a flare-up of ulcerative proctitis (or UC, or Crohns) involve an infection? My acupuncturist made some coconut oil & comfrey suppositories for my proctitis, but I’m unclear on whether it is safe to use them. I do have some mucus and bleeding. Does the mucus mean there’s an infection? Is a flare-up an infection? Curious how to know whether it’s safe to use comfrey. And thank you!

  • Hi Jini , im glad i came across you and this site. I have strictures and was told i need operations, so far im 8 weeks on your protocol, and getting better. Thank you for this video it has give me a lot of confidence, and the spiritual aspect is great. I have one question , is there a way to test if my DMSO is real not fake ? I dont get bad smells, not smelling like garlic, and once i apply it i dont taste it.

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