MucosaHeal is a product I formulated for my own use during my healing journey from Crohn’s Disease. Nothing existed at the time, with the blend of herbs and supplements that I felt would provide the healing I needed, but also be gentle and well-tolerated.

Here is a list of the ingredients in MucosaHeal and how each one helps to heal your gut:

Deglycyrrhizinated Licorice – reduces muscle spasms, promotes adrenal gland function, soothes inflammation and fights bacterial, viral and parasitic infection. Increases number of mucus-secreting cells in intestine which improves the quality of the mucosal lining, lengthens intestinal cell life and enhances microcirculation in the gastrointestinal tract. The fact that the licorice root is deglycyrrhizinated means that there’s no risk of increasing your blood pressure (as can happen with regular licorice root).

Slippery Elm – good for diarrhea and ulcers when taken internally. Soothes inflamed mucous membranes of the stomach, intestines and urinary tract.

Marshmallow – soothes and heals mucous membranes, skin and other tissues. Aids the body in expelling excess mucus and fluid.

N-Acetyl Glucosamine (NAG)
– an amino sugar that forms the basis of complex molecular structures that are key parts of the connective tissue and mucous membranes of the body – tendons, ligaments, cartilage, bone matrix, skin, synovial (joint) fluid, and intestinal lining. To maintain healthy absorption and digestion of food, the body needs a healthy mucosal lining to lubricate and protect the digestive tract. To keep this lining healthy the body uses the natural amino acids and sugars L-Glutamine and N-Acetyl Glucosamine. It is also an immune system modulator with anti- tumor properties.

The natural botanical ingredients in MucosaHeal are known to*:

  1. Help maintain healthy absorption and digestion of food by helping repair the mucosal lining of the digestive tract
  2. Help modulate your immune system and provide anti-tumor properties
  3. Help restore the mucosal lining of your intestine, which lubricates and protects your digestive tract
  4. Help reduce muscle spasms and cramping
  5. Promote adrenal gland function (often impaired by steroids or long-term illness/stress)
  6. Soothe and help heal inflamed mucous membranes of the stomach, intestines and urinary tract
  7. Fight bacterial, viral and parasitic infection
  8. Increase the number of mucus-secreting cells in the intestine, thus improving the quality of the mucosal cell lining
  9. Lengthen intestinal cell life and enhance microcirculation in the gastrointestinal tract.
  10. Help heal ulcers, fissures and fistulas
What Are The Benefits of Using MucosaHeal?
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  • I have been taking mucosaheal for two months now. Everything I have been reading is kind of confusing on if this helps the large intestines. It seems that it is geared more towards small intestines which I have no issues with it. Can someone please advise if I am wasting time and money trying to heal large intestines with this. My issue it at the sigmoid colon and nothing seems to heal it.

    1. Hi Marietta,

      MucosaHeal is designed to heal/soothe the entire GI tract including the stomach and both the large and small intestines. For best results, make sure you always follow these guidelines:

      1. Take it on an empty stomach (either 20 minutes before food or 2 hours after)
      2. Do not take it together (at the same time) with probiotics.
      3. Do not take it together with any substance that has a bowel clearing or detox effect, as you want MucosaHeal to stay in contact with your intestinal lining, not be flushed out.

      Kind regards,
      Justin
      Customer Care

  • Hi Jini
    My 15 yr old son has UC. We have been carrying out your oregano oil protocol (stage 1) for a month. His system is pretty settled but he continues to have bleeding everyday. We are wondering whether to progress to stage 2, or whether we should consider mucosaheal at this stage?
    Advice gratefully received!

    VR

    1. Hi VR,

      Phase 2 of the wild oregano protocol should be used when bleeding has subsided but you can certainly have him do a probiotic retention enema if you want to try to supercharge his uptake of probiotics. If wild oregano oil and probiotics have helped but the bleeding persists after that then you may want to try MucosaHeal. You could try altering his diet with some of the suggestions here:

      https://blog.listentoyourgut.com/use-common-foods-to-heal-inflammatory-bowel-disease/

      All the best,
      Justin
      Customer Care

    1. Thank you for your comment. As most NAG is derived from fish, you would have to purchase the ingredients separately. There are vegetarian options available on Amazon although these have not been tested by Jini.

      Best regards,
      Isabel
      Customer Care

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