H-pylori, is a spiral-shaped gram-negative bacteria, which characteristically latches on to its subject with deep penetration and consequently destroys the lining of the intestinal tract by initiating the inflammatory response. This damage compromises digestion and impacts the body's ability to sufficiently absorb nutrients. It is referred to as "the silent bacteria" because the majority of people are unaware of its existance and are asymptomatic. According to WebMD (2016), approximately two-thirds of the world's population has it in their bodies and it has been identified as the link to conditions, such as, gastritis, ulcers, and stomach cancer. Furthermore, (Mandell, Moran, and Kurt-Jones, 2004) publication of Intact Gram-Negative Helicobactor... review is verified through an extensive research conducted by a branch of the World's Health Organization (WHO): International Agency for Research on Cancer and indicates that this increase risk of cancer has been classified as a class I carcinogen. Knowing how to avoid exposure to these harmful organisms is the key to prevention.
Unfortunately for me, the method of contraction has not yet been determined. Potential contaminates is not limited to, but can be found in food, water or on utensils. I experienced multiple digestive disturbances, including a stomach tumor. Although my doctor discouraged me from believing that such a correlation existed, I conducted my own research and concluded that the findings of WebMD and other credible sources are validated. Most doctors follow a triple antibiotic protocol, which kills both the good and bad bacteria, leaving the intestinal lining susceptible to other conditions like parasites, acid reflux, and leaky gut syndrome. The challenge with this regimen is that the body may develop resistance to these antibiotics and may support the presence of SUPERBUGS. In addition to antibiotics, H2 inhibitors or (acid reducing) medications are prescribed, which decrease the production of hydrochloric acid (produced in the stomach) and interfere with digestion, which can give rise to malabsorption.
The good news is that the combination of eating plant-based foods, detoxing, repairing the intestinal lining, and ascertaining the root cause contributed to my victory. Additionally, persistent prayer and a thirty day herbal tea regimen: Matula Tea. It wasn't until then that I would, finally, kiss H-pylori goodbye. The protocol consisted of taking an ounce of Matula, twice a day, for thirty days. Re-Testing can only be done after an additional thirty days without the tea is awaited to ensure accurate results. There are several means of testing, I believe the stool test provides a more accurate confirmation. The look on my doctor's face was priceless, not because I wanted to mock her, but because she became a believer and is now prescribing this remedy for her other patients as an alternative means of healing. Be patient and develop a partnership with your doctor, some really don't know, natural remedies are just not apart of their educational curriculum. Share your experiences with Natural Home Remedies, your testimony can be a blessing to others.
Additional Article Readings:
(Mandell, Moran, and Kurt-Jones', 2004) publication of Intact Gram-Negative Helicobactor... interactions is verified in this research article found on ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC523003/#!po=50.0000. Retrieved December 24, 2017.