Ulcerated Collitis is usually treated in two separate ways. Because of the ulceration in collitis there is diarrhoea, with mucus and blood in the stool. Chinese Medicine attributes this to damp, and to heat which burns the insides, causing damage to the blood vessels and poisoning the intestines. This poison has to be cleared, and dandelion would be used for this. When the problem is long-term there may also be spleen deficiency, which a Chinese Medicine practitioner will treat with tonic herbs such as astragalus.
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