Leaky gut is small intestine; constipation is large intestine. I think!
Well I could have both plus a bunch of other crap so who knows? I'm sure I'll be cured.Leaky gut is small intestine; constipation is large intestine. I think!
Ketotifen is supposed to help with leaky gut by mast cells activated by food but I haven't noticed that translate to bowel habits. Although they do say it can take 6-12 months.
Would you post or PM me where you ordered from. GastroCrom is so expensive and I wonder if Ketotifen would work as well. GastroCrom helps my gut and bowel function tremendously. Also helps with a lot of my POTS symptoms.Well I could have both plus a bunch of other crap so who knows? I'm sure I'll be cured.
The stuff was cheap enough I got 3-4 month for $35 I think? So I'll keep at it.
I think you should talk to the new dr about Gastrochrom for sure since you have so many gut symptoms. Remember you have to ramp up the dose because it can temporarily flare up issues before they settle down again.I found this blog today.
From a different site. Looks interesting@Issie
sodium originally derived from a healing herb called ammi visnaga. Among its other uses, ammi visnaga traditionally controlled kidney stone pain. Its ability to open the airways intrigued early researchers. They eventually identified the plant’s active ingredient: cromolyn sodium. Cromolyn sodium is known to prevent mast cells from triggering the immune response. This response causes unpleasant allergy symptoms. However, it’s uncertain exactly how this activity helps prevent asthma attacks.
The Low Histamine Chef site talks about khellin (another name for ammi visnaga). But it doesn't say anything about the awful side effects like the first site. I think I might be tempted to skip that one myself.