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  1. I think the ingredients you listed are for the ointment, I'm talking about the suppositories. The ointment is different. I've had no issues with that (and it tested negative). The ingredients of the suppositories are listed only as "cocoa butter" & phenylephrine. Also it wouldn't be the...
  2. I've been using the prep H Suppositories this week and couldn't figure out why I had a horrible reaction to it as well. Had sharp abdominal pain and felt like my butt was on fire for days. I tested it today with the Nima sensor & it came back positive for gluten!!!! Now I know why I've been so...
  3. I've thought this was gluten free for years. But sometimes when I eat it I get sick. Thought for a while it might be the garlic but recently tested the classic version with the Nima tester and it came back positive. I know people have differing opinions about Nima but if I get sick sometimes from...
  4. I'm glad many people use them without any problems. Just sharing my experience because I feel so much better since I stopped using them. I do tend to use a lot of spice in my cooking which could make a difference in my experience. Since I swtiched my spice line I've used the same amounts of spices...
  5. Hi everyone, I just wanted to share this since I found very little posted on line about this. I was using McCormick spices and most people here feel they are safe. I was regularly getting mystery glutenized which was really frustrating because I generally cook all my food and could not figure out...
  6. Happy to find this thread since this is a very annoying issue to me! I'm sick and tired of any doc I see asking me "how do you know?" after they hear celiac in my medical history. It's like I can feel them trying not to roll their eyes!! After having microscopic blood in my urine for 3 years...