Smoking can treat bowels - doctor
Britain medical student affirms that he has cured himself of wasting disease by beginning to smoke. Earlier non-smoking, 23-yearsold trainee-pharmacologist Steven Pandry has struggled with pains, fatigue, short breath and dehydration for a long time as 4 years ago he was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis.
The boy had to go 15 times a day to WC. But, thanks to the fact that he started to smoke 4 cigarettes a day, Steven has got rid of disease signs.
Unbelievable turn of events is connected with side effect of nicotine that earlier was known in inner medical circle.
Steven was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in February 2008. Guy had to give up studies in University because of repeated visits in the hospital.
After reading the research about unusual nicotine properties, guy decided to try to get rid of disease signs and he managed to do this.
Consultant-gastroenterologist from York Hospital Sean Kelly has written about connection between nicotine and colitis in British Medical Journal.
"Smoking is not widely known method of treating beyond specialized medical circles and surprises not only patients but also doctors of other specialties, - tells Doctor Sean Kelly. It has worked in two of three cases I have treated."