Go to:Table of Contents of all my Rejuvenation Pages


Abracadabra... rHGH Helps Crohn's Disease!

Welcome to Ellis Toussier-Ades Bigio-Antebi's

Injectable Human Growth Hormone and Crohn's Disease

Elaine Johnston's First Hand Experience

Introduction: Elaine Johnston posted this to Rejuvenation and I post it here in the hope that it will help others suffering from Crohn's Disease

My information to you and our group is first hand.

I am a 51 yr. old female with history of Crohns for the past decade. I can sympathize so well with your friend. Please tell her NOT TO DESPAIR! There is help!

Let me tell you from my viewpoint how this works for me. I was treated with the usual medications: Azulfadine, 6-MP, Methotrexate, Assocol, Flagyl, Cortisone enemas, and the nasty but overprescribed steroid - Prednisone!! It's the little "Pill From Hell". It removed the inflamation of the stiff joints etc, but Oh- the side effects! I swear I will never take that drug again. It's the first one they want to put you on when you have a flare up.

I had surgery to remove the large colon and had an ostomy for over 3 years. I almost died twice and was in intensive care for 36 days. It may sound crazy but the whole thing was triggered by a Mylagram -in which they inject a dye into your spine. I told the Dr. about the Crohns, but he said it would be fine.

I must have had an allergic reaction because I never left the Hospital. I had a temperature of 104ș and it was a nightmare. I'm sorry I got carried away telling this- I was hospitalized with Crohns' twice a year, every year for the past decade. It made me a wreck.

I started the injections of Hgh in April and was on them for 3 months. I was seeing this doctor who was making a small fortune on people like me and my husband. Everytime I saw him (every 2 weeks) I told him I felt terrible and that I was so tired. He could have been giving us 3/4 water for all I know.

But I then started to research the Hgh on the web. I somehow (miraculously) found Ellis and his experience, and it told his whole story.

I then spoke with Ellis and he set up a delivery in just a few days. When I received the HGH Ellis was wonderful. He is so caring and knowledgable. He walked me through every step of the mixing right down to taking the injection.

It was amazing. Let me tell you that within days I was feeling like a different person. My energy level picked up, my whole well being took on a new attitude. I can't say enough good about it. I suffered a bad flare up in between my delivery of Hgh and was having all kinds of pain and complications with a vaginal fistula.

The doctor told me about a new drug, Remicade and azthopine. He scheduled me for it in a few days. I had restarted my Hgh and was probably into my 6th or 7th day and ALL of a sudden I woke up one morning and I knew right away I was getting results from the Hgh! It completely healed the fistula and I am doing pretty good again.

It is rather a catch 22 story of why I had no Hgh level. When I had my blood test done my IGF-1 was only 52 and my DHEA was a mere 57. I was totally off the wall on not having these in my body. Finally I started thinking of all the years I was on Prednisone and realized that Prednisone shuts down the Adrenal Gland and the Adrenal Gland produces Hgh from the Pituitary- therefore draining me of my Hgh.

[Can you please explain this: "The Adrenal Gland produces HGH from the pituitary...." - Ellis]

I still think this is being studied but I for one can honestly say that this is the way I was effected. Isn't it sad too that so many of us are suffering so day in and day out. I got excited when the news release came out from Harvard Medical that Hgh and a high protein diet helped the majority of those tested.

I discussed this with the Gastro Dept. at Mayo Clinic while I was having a flare up and they Phoo-Phood the whole idea. They were for the Remicade and drugs. I feel I need to research the Remicade to a much greater depth and since I did not take it I can't tell you if it would work or not.

I've been to the best of clinics - University of Chicago (Dr Steven Hanauer), Colorado Springs, Colorado, the Cleveland Clinic, and the Mayo Clinic. For me the answer has been the injectable Hgh in the amount recommended by Ellis. Believe me you won't go wrong by trying the Hgh. Ellis is a very reliable source and I think you should try him.

I know I've gone on extensively and apologize. If I can be of ANY further help please be sure to contact me*!! Where do you live? I hope to hear from you soon. Feel well and I will pray for your dear friend too.


* note: To avoid her e-mail being picked up by spammers, I am not putting Elaine's e-mail address here. If you wish to write to her directly, write to me first (I already get spammed, so it won't bother me any more...) and I will be glad to give you her e-mail address.

[Thank you, Elaine, for an incredible and inspiring story of your suffering and finally, Hope. It not only deserves three stars, it also deserves to be posted on a page of its own...

Thank you, also, for your nice words about me. I am very flattered. This is truly my best reward, to hear that my effort to spread the word about growth hormone has helped you. In the final analysis it is growth hormone from wherever you can get it that is helping you. Too bad that such a wonderful medicine is so restricted by the authorities, and so difficult to get "permission" to use it. I have had so many cases of persons that NEED growth hormone desperately but they are denied a prescription by doctors because the FDA or other doctors say that the use they want it for (for example, macular degeneration, or healing a spinal column injury? Not approved...) is "unapproved" or "untested", or because they are "too young"... and from the doctor's point of view, I can understand that they would not give a prescription if they are going to lose their license to practice because of that... then they get it through me and the miracle happens!

I feel really happy to be able to help people to get this miraculous hormone. I will redouble my efforts to help you and others wherever and whenever I can.

A hug. - Ellis]


Sat, 25 Aug 2001, Dave/Bob wrote:
> I have crohns disease in the lower intestine w/fistula... >
> I was operated on 18 yrs. ago [...] and take sulfa
> (anti inflammatory) for rest of my life.
> I was told by Dr. that because of the operation for crohns i
> was unable to absorb nutrients and vits. he recommended B-12
> injections monthly also ferrous sulfate (iron) 1 gr. daily
> and that i would be anemic the rest of my life...
> [...] I have Emphysema W/chronic bronchitis asthma ..I was
> told with having these conditions it was normal to have
> low hematocit, according to my lung specialist dr.
Crohn's disease is apparently a disease of infectious etiology.
In adults, it is linked to a mycoplasma organism found in "safe"
pasteurized milk products; this organism is called "Map"
(Mycobacterium avium, subspecies paratuberculosis).

Crohn's is also linked to Mycoplasma pneumoniae infections. Other cases of Crohn's have been eliminated by antibiotic therapies used to fight the ulcer-causing bacteria, Helicobacter pylori.

Whereas Dave "still" has Crohn's, which has apparently not been
treated-until-cured with the appropriate antibiotics (instead,
they cut out part of his intestines)....

And whereas he also has "Emphysema w/chronic bronchitis asthma,"
as well as doctor-declared "normal" borderline anemia....

And whereas antibiotic therapy for his probable infection(s)
(missed by all of his doctors) is a trial-and-error, long-term,
high-cost proposition -- and costly testing trials to identify
the culprit(s) has also been entirely omitted until now....

There are several safe, proven therapies that will likely treat
*all* of Dave's listed diseases, and all unidentified infections
(and more) -- without testing and without antibiotics -- i.e.,
UVBI (Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation [Photoluminescence]) and/or
HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy). For information on UVBI see:

Information on Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation, 1





BOOK - "Into the Light" - by Dr. William Campbell Douglass - Into the Light by Dr. William Campbell Douglass

Also, see: "Hyperbaric Oxygen May Help Bowel Disease" - Hyperbaric Oxygen May Help Bowel Disease

Some medical practitioners of UVBI and HBOT can be located here

- Bill

[Hello Bill. Thank you very much for all of these links. I know
nothing about these therapies, so I cannot comment on them, but I
am sure this will be of great interest to persons that suffer from
Crohn's Disease. I just want to point out that if hyperbaric
oxygen can be helpful, then Erythropoietin (EPO) might also be
helpful. (Patients should check their "hematocrit" (which means
percentage of total blood volume made up of red blood cells) and
"hemoglobin" (which is what carries oxygen in the red blood cell).
More discussion on EPO is found in the recent posts, some of which
I have pasted here:

Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, Senility, and Erythropoietin (EPO)

Three stars for this post from Bill, which is of great interest and
important for persons with Crohn's Disease, and I hope will help
others to find an effective treatment. - Ellis]


Growth Hormone May Ease Crohn's Disease

Crohn's Disease, a disorder of the digestive tract causing persistent diarrhea, abdominal pain, bleeding and breakdown of the intestinal wall, has no known cure, though drugs can ease symptoms in some patients. The cause of Crohn's is unknown, but one theory is that infections or hereditary factors weaken the intestinal wall, making it more susceptible to inflammation and tissue breakdown when it comes in contact with disease-causing organisms. An exaggerated immune response may also play a role.

Dr. Alfred Slonim of North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, N.Y and colleagues based their research on previous studies indicating that growth hormone improved intestinal repair in patients who had part of their bowels surgically removed. Slonim theorized that growth hormone may rebuild and strengthen the intestinal wall. A high-protein diet provides the building blocks for tissue repair.

In his study, Slonim found that in 19 adults treated with growth hormone while on a high-protein diet , 11 went into remission. Of the 14 patients who improved, virtually all said their abdominal pain disappeared. They also reported less diarrhea. Side effects were mild. Of the 19 in the study, an additional three others saw significant improvement.

As a control, eighteen patients took a dummy drug while on a high-protein diet -- none reported any changes to their digestive habits. Growth hormone appeared almost as effective as the anti-inflammatory drug infliximab, the only medication approved specifically for Crohn's disease. Slonim's study, however, did not perform exams to see whether the intestinal tissue was healthier.

SOURCE/REFERENCE: New England Journal of Medicine, June 1, 2000


For information on cost of the above treatments, or questions on the above, or to contact Elaine Johnston personally, please write to me:

For comments about this page, please write TO :

Ellis Toussier

If you want to discuss Human Growth Hormone (HGH) it is best if you write to me FROM a free protonmail.com e-mail, because it is encrypted and based in Switzerland, and we need to communicate in private.

Thanks for your visit

From: Life Extension Foundation

Homocysteine contributes to inflammatory bowel disease

Researchers from Catholic University in Rome reported in the April 2005 issue of the American Journal of Gastroenterology that homocysteine is increased in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and may contribute to the inflammation that characterizes the condition. Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis are among the most common forms of IBD.

Homocysteine is an amino acid produced during metabolism which has been found to be a risk factor for cardiovascular disease when elevated, and may play a role in other conditions such as Alzheimer's disease.

Eighty-three men and women with Crohn's disease, 83 ulcerative colitis patients and 70 individuals without IBD took part in the current study. Blood samples were analyzed for homocysteine and folate, and homocysteine levels were measured in mucosal biopsy samples obtained via colonoscopy.

Subjects with IBD had significantly lower blood folate levels and higher homocysteine levels in plasma and colon mucosa than control participants. When cells known as lamina propria mononuclear cells derived from the subjects' mucosa were studied, those of the IBD patients were found to release more homocysteine than those derived from the control group, demonstrating that these cells are a source of this proinflammatory compound.

When cultured human intestinal microvascular endothelial cells were treated with homocysteine and/or the pro-inflammatory compound TNF-alpha, homocysteine produced a similar inflammatory reaction to that of TNF-alpha, yet a greater reaction was induced by both compounds given together than by either alone. This inflammatory effect was blocked in the homocysteine-treated cells by the addition of folic acid.

The authers observed, "In our in vitro studies we found that folic acid, a homocysteine scavenger, was very effective in inhibiting the homocysteine-triggered inflammatory effects . . . Moreover, as folic acid is able to reduce in vivo the inflammatory effect of homocysteine and to normalize homocysteine levels in patients with hyperhomocysteinemia, it could be reasonable to hypothesize a beneficial effect of folic acid supplementation in IBD patients to eliminate the homocysteine-mediated inflammatory events." Protocol

Crohn's disease

Crohn's disease is a long-term, chronic disorder of the intestine. The etiology is unknown. Crohn's disease causes the gastrointestinal tract to become inflamed and weak, making digestion difficult and causing general debility.

Traditional treatments for Crohn's disease depend on the location and severity of disease, complications, and response to prior treatments. The goals of therapy are to control inflammation, correct nutritional deficiencies, and relieve symptoms like abdominal pain, diarrhea, and rectal bleeding. This may include drug therapy, nutrition supplementation, surgery, or a combination of approaches. Though treatment can help control the disease, there is no cure.

Aminosalicylates that disrupt colonic inflammation are the first line of conventional treatment for Crohn's disease. Steroids are often administered during acute outbreaks.

The most optimal approach for the overall management of the broad range of symptoms of Crohn's disease is to utilize a range of nutritional therapies each of which addresses a specific type of problem related to the disease. The benefit of nutrient-based therapies is that they are free of serious side effects and can be used indefinitely.

Replacement of depleted antioxidants. The primary function of antioxidants is to help to eliminate harmful free radicals and oxidants. The intestinal mucosa contains an extensive system of antioxidants. Absolute levels of these antioxidants and the balance between the most important antioxidants are seriously impaired in intestinal mucosa during inflammatory bowel disease. Supplementation with antioxidants can improve symptoms of Crohn's disease.

Replacement of depleted vitamins and minerals. Depletion occurs as a result of Crohn's disease so it is vitally important to correct this disease-related malabsorption. Minerals often lacking in those suffering from Crohn�s disease include iron, magnesium, selenium, and zinc. Vitamins that are most lacking are the B-complex vitamins, folic acid, vitamin B6, and particularly, vitamin B12. Supplementation with these vitamins improves symptoms of Crohn's disease by improving endothelial function.


I invite you to subscribe to Rejuvenation... Many say it is the best anti-aging forum on the internet. Rejuvenation has more than 2000 anti-aging doctors and patients subscribed. There are more than 10,000 questions referring to the use of authentic injectible growth hormone and other anti-aging therapies in the Archives of Rejuvenation, most of them with answers annotated on the post.

For comments about this page, please write to:

Ellis Toussier

Thanks for your visit

Table of Contents | Consult with Ellis Toussier (re: Good Nutrition, Anti-Aging Therapies) | Diabetes Made Simple | The Glucose Theory of Aging | Assess Your Pancreas... | The Anti-Aging Anti-Diabetes Diet... | The Carbohydrate Thermometer | 10 Typical Glucose Tolerance Test Results | Hb-A1c to Mean Plasma Glucose Conversion Table |

| HGH and Psoriasis... | HGH and Pain... | HGH and Menopause... | HGH and Hair... | HGH and Eczema... | HGH and Crohns Disease... | HGH and Lupus... | HGH and HIV... | HGH to Grow Taller... | HGH and Macular Degeneration... | HGH as an Important Part of an Anti-Aging Program...
© 2011 Ellis Toussier, All Rights Reserved. Copyright Notices

No part of this site or its content may be reproduced in any form or by electronic or mechanical means, including information storage and retrieval systems, without permission in writing from the copyright holder.



The information provided on this site is provided for illustration purposes only and does not represent a proposal or specific recommendation. As a word of caution, the information presented cannot possibly substitute for competent medical advice. My treatment of health issues is general and specific to me, and is not intended as a comprehensive discussion of all relevant issues. Your health and mine will vary to some extent, and the applicability of what you decide with your doctor will depend upon your individual circumstances. If you have a particular question about the information presented, you can send me an e-mail and I will try my best to help you.

This page created November, 2011