Oh, you know how it is, Sheldon. Most people can never find the time to help change the little things that would enable us to have better lives in this world: like boycotting McDonald's, disposing of litter properly, not bringing flus and colds to the workplace, and, of course, POSTING ABOUT THIS TREATMENT WHEN THEY TRY IT.
Thank goodness, I have a big mouth, and lots of time to review, critique, complain, or praise as the case may be. But I'd POST even if I didn't have all that time.
This treatment saved our family SO much pain, expense, stress, and b.s. It's logical, it's effective, and it's successful. And if I come upon anyone else with ulcerative colitis, who is willing to do the treatment properly, I will make sure they post, too. It's OUR job to change medical standards in this nation, because the medical industry sure as heck isn't going to do it. Not as long as they are having a sordid affair with the pharmaceutical industry, and that means never.
The people in charge of releasing "Rimulac" to the general public as a way of "controlling the pain of ulcerative colits and Crohn's" should burn in Hades. As if concealing pain is the same as healing! It's a lazy world we live in.