Hello, my name is Brian and I am a college bio teacher. (Skeptical by nature) I have crohns disease and am quite familiar with the problems it brings. Back in 1999 I had to have part of my colon removed. At one point my medications stopped working for me and after a few years of trying new things my doctor told me of a supplement call AMP Floracel. It seemed to help other patients. It all natural. It is comprised of the Aloe Mucilaginous Polysaccharides Molecule which is the key molecule that helps in the healing process. He thought taken with my medications and that it may help with my flare ups as well as other problems. I have been using it for about 10 years now and it is terrific. They have a website, you should check it out. www.ampfloracel.com. There is a doctor on there site that explains how it works and other testimonials from people who use it.
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