Natural Treatment for H. Pylori with Pyloricil

Natural Treatment for H. Pylori with PyloricilHave you been diagnosed with H. Pylori (a bacteria that lives in the stomach and can contribute to reflux, GERD, ulcers and may even lead to stomach cancer) and unsure if the traditional treatment approach is right for you?

Conventionally, H. Pylori is treated with heavy duty antibiotics and acid blocking medications. While these treatments can help eradicate the bacteria, we often see it return and then more antibiotics are needed. We find that natural treatments are often even more effective when done properly and can eradicate H. Pylori the first time around.

One of our favorites is Pyloricil by OrthoMolecular Products. It combines Mastic Gum which can inhibit the growth and effectively kills Helicobacter Pylori. It also has Bismuth Citrate to soothe gastric and mucosal linings and increase effectiveness of remedies for Helicobacter Pylori and Berberine Sulfate which is known for its strong anti-microbial qualities. Pyloricil is hard on the bacteria but very gentle on the digestive system and actually helps to protect the stomach lining.

If you are experiencing symptoms such as heartburn/GERD, stomach pain, nausea or gas and bloating, H. Pylori may be the culprit. You can get a comprehensive stool test or a breath test to see if you have this bacteria. Please also keep in mind that H.Pylori can be transmitted quite easily through the exchange of saliva. If a family member is diagnosed with it, it is recommended everyone in close contact with that individual be tested and treated if necessary to prevent the bacteria from passing back and forth.

We put together a protocol that can not only get rid of the bacteria but also balance the whole GI tract and microflora and aid in healing irritation to help re-balance the digestive system and keep the bacteria from coming back.   Check out our H. Pylori Eradication Protocol where you will find the exact instructions using only natural methods and without the need for harsh antibiotics.