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Helicobacter Pylori: natural solutions to get rid of it

Stomach ulcers are 90% caused by a bacterium, Helicobacter Pylori. 40% of the population are carriers and the presence of this bacterium multiplies by 30 the risk of stomach cancer. Might as well take the problem head on and drive this bacteria out of the stomach naturally with essential oils and herbal medicine. This article was written with the participation of Dr Georges Van Snick and Rita Monsieur.

A throbbing or sharp pain in the abdomen, located between the sternum and the navel, which sometimes feels like burning or heartburn… do not look, these are the symptoms of stomach ulcer. It is on the side of a bacterium that we must look for the cause and a bacteriological analysis will give you the clear heart. Because 90% of stomach ulcers are due to a strange bacterium called: Helicobacter Pylori (HP). It is unique in that it lives exclusively in the human stomach and is the only known organism that can survive in such an acidic environment. Usually, bacteria are not resistant to the acid environment of the stomach, however Helicobacter Pylori secretes an enzyme (urease) which allows it to survive gastric juices by neutralizing them.

It has a helical shape (hence the name “Helicobacter”) and can literally screw itself into the stomach wall in order to colonize it. The bacterium then acts in two ways, it increases the secretion of gastric juices and weakens the structure of the stomach lining. Less protected, the wall of the stomach or duodenum is then attacked by the gastric juices resulting in burning sensations and acute pain, the stomach “burns” on contact with the acid because it is no longer protected through the mucosa.

40% of the population affected, a risk of stomach cancer multiplied by 30

Forty percent of the European population is affected and more than 80% in disadvantaged countries. The presence of HP multiplies by 30 the risk of stomach cancer and it would even seem that stomach cancer cannot develop in its absence. Known only since 1980, this infection is acquired in childhood and in the vast majority of cases, it becomes chronic, is accompanied by inflammation of the gastric mucosa and is the cause of 90% of all chronic gastritis. of which stomach ulcer is a part.

A natural protocol of 4 months for him twist the blow

A complete natural protocol, called Heba Pack 4 months, has been developed with doctors to overcome Helicobacter Pylori. It is skilfully composed of the best natural sources with active ingredients dedicated to the fight against PH.

Essential oils for their antibacterial action…

To fight against HP bacteria infection or recurrences, essential oils hold the first place because of their active antibacterial molecules.

The anti-infectious essential oils are mainly essential oils with Phenol such as Origanum compactum, Thymus vulgaris with thymol, Melaleuca alternifolia, Cinnamomum zeylanicum leaves. We will find, in essential oils rich in aldehydes like Cinnamomum zeylanicum or rich in sequiterpenes like Chamomilla recutita and an important anti-inflammatory action. The antispasmodic action is marked in the essential oils of Artemisia dranunculus and Zingiber officinalis.

Other EOs such as Mentha piperita and Lemongrass have shown in vitro a clear inhibition of HP proliferation.

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and plants against inflammation and to relieve pain

In the treatment of gastro-duodenal pathologies, phytotherapy can also be useful, since certain isoflavones inhibit the growth of Helicobacter pylori. These include Glycine max, Medicago sativa (alfalfa), Cimifuga racemosa.

The Great Gentian (Gentiana lutea) contains triterpenes and xanthones which have a direct anti-inflammatory action on the stomach lining but also by the xanthones an anti-stress and anti-depressant action which is very useful in stomach problems.

Probiotics and Vitamin C: essential for an effective fight and prevention against recurrences

The association of several pre and probiotics, namely bifidobacteria, saccharomyces and lactobacilli has been studied and shows an effect of prevention and normalization of the state of the stomach. In addition, the use of natural vitamin C during the treatment of PH leads to a reduction in the risk of precancerization of the tissues of the stomach. Finally, the use of fish oils (Omega 3) provides a positive effect in addition to the PH eradication treatment.
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