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The 10 Main Causes of IBS

A Study of 88 Patients with IBS Symptoms
and What is Causing Them

Introduction
This paper is a follow up to a paper I recently presented entitled “IBS – The Causes, Symptoms and Treatment” in which (amongst other topics) I explained:

a) Why the Kaizen Clinic considers IBS to be an amalgam of symptoms caused by specific pathogens (whether bacteriological, viral, parasitic, fungal or otherwise) and not (for want of a better word) a “real”, stand alone, disease/illness.
And…

b) Why mainstream medicine is so spectacularly unsuccessful in treating this condition.

Having collected data, over the years, on hundreds of IBS Sufferers, I consider that to deal with IBS one needs only to follow this simple equation: Find the Cause + Remove the Cause = Get Better.

To support this position, I now present data drawn from 88 cases that, over the last two and a half years, I have successfully treated by isolating and treating the actual pathogens that cause the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

The Main Causes of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
What was most surprising is that the data showed that just over 91% of all the cases were attributable to just 10 pathogenic groups (see Table 1.).

In almost 89% of cases at least two pathogens were present and in 20 cases (23%) four or more pathogens were present (see Table 2.).

Of course, it is not possible to tell from the data which pathogen is the primary agent. It is quite probable that there is no primary agent but rather it is the amalgamated impact of whatever pathogens are present.

Nor is it possible to tell in which order each pathogen was “caught” by the patient.

However, I believe it is reasonable to conclude that, once an initial pathogen has become established, it is correspondingly easier for any subsequent pathogen “caught” to be able to establish itself because of the weakening effect of the first (or previous in cases of multiple pathogens) on the immune system.

As more pathogens take advantage of the weakening state of the immune system so the patient displays more and more symptoms of IBS. This does seem to correlate to the fact that the worst affected patients I treated had multiple pathogens present.

Table 1:
Pathogens Present in 88 Patients Suffering with IBS Symptoms

PATHOGENS: % of Cases
Brucella* 52%
Coxsackie Virus* 37%
Toxoplasmosis 25%
Campylobacter* 18%
Streptococcus* 15%
Staphylococcus* 15%
Amoebae* 11%
Salmonella 10%
Giardia Lamblia 7%
Ascaris 5%
Others 9%

The Average Number of Pathogens found in each case was 2.8

*Pathogen Families have been grouped together. For example Brucella Abortus Bang, Brucella Abortus Bang Strain 19, Brucella Melitensis and other Brucella Bacteria that were found, are grouped together.

Table 2.
Number of Pathogens Present In Patients Suffering from IBS Symptoms

1 2 3 4 5 6+
11 33 23 13 5 3
12% 37% 26% 15% 6% 4%

The Double Whammy” of Inherited Toxins (Miasms)
Not so well documented, or as well known, is the area of “Miasms” that the majority of us carry.

Miasms are inherited toxins which have usually been passed down through a number of generations but still have the power to affect us. The most commonly found miasms are Luesinum (from Syphilis), Medorrhinum (from Gonorrhoea) and Bacillinum (from Tuberculosis).

Table 3.
Miasms Present In Patients Suffering from IBS Symptoms

MIASMS % of Cases
Medorrhinum 28%
Luesinum 19%
Hepato-Luesinum 17%
Bacillinum 9%

Those who carry one or more of these miasms tend to be more susceptible to certain illnesses and are more often affected by such issues as arthritis, neuralgia, asthma, digestive problems, urinary infections, migraines etc. I have also observed that people with miasms tend to have a weaker digestive system than those who do not carry an inherited toxin and as a consequence are more likely to have multiple problems in this area.

At least one miasm was found in 64% of the study group. Such a large percentage does seem to suggest that there is a definite link between IBS and carrying one of these inherited toxins.

My view is that the inherited toxin has a weakening effect on an individual’s immune system thus allowing pathogens a better chance of getting established.

This is, as yet, unproven, but I am currently analyzing the data I have amassed from patients with the two other major “untreatable” illnesses of our time, ME/CFS (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) and Eczema/Psoriasis to see if the same patterns emerge.

Conclusion: What Does This Mean To Sufferers of IBS?

The data I have collected shows that, for the vast majority of IBS sufferers, there are generally only a very few main pathogens causing their symptoms.

One can reasonably conclude from this that, if they are able to confirm which pathogen(s) they have, they can (for the first time) actually treat the real causes of their condition with a real expectation of getting completely better.

However, the problem IBS sufferers face is how to diagnose which pathogens are present.
As far as I am aware, the only accurate method of diagnosing which pathogens are present is Bio-Electric Functions Diagnosis, as used by the Kaizen Homeopathy Clinic.

Very simply, Bio-Electric Functions Diagnosis measures the changes in galvanic skin reaction at specific acupuncture points when pathogens are introduced. By recording these changes a practitioner can confirm which pathogens are present in the body.

Once the pathogen(s) has/have been isolated we can then treat the patient with a derivative of the pathogen(s) found, following the principles that are used in toxicology, virology and immunology.

Of course, mainstream medicine will immediately decry this as un-proven, un-scientific hokum.

But the fact of the matter is that mainstream medicine has been spectacularly unsuccessful in its attempts to treat IBS whilst many real people with IBS have already been treated and cured by Kaizen Clinic.

© 2009 G. Wimbourne

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