H. Pylori Therapies
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This package for H. Pylori has: one container of Haba Baraka to reduce inflammation; 96 vegetable capsules of Yashtimadhu, Guduchi and Triphala; tincture of Mahonia Aquifolium and a list of dietary and yogic aids to healing from overgrowth of this bacterium.
Formula in capsules: Yashtimadhu or Licorice root and Chitrak (Plumbago zeylanica). In a recent study at the Institute of Microbiology and Virology, Germany, researchers found that Licorice extract had inhibiting properties on H pylori as well as strains which are resistant to amoxicillin and clarithromycin. It is not helpful, however, for those with high blood pressure.
Chitrak Wang et al., 12 evaluated the anti-H. pylori activities of Chitraka (Plumbago zeylanica L.). They reported that apart from the water extract, higher anti-H. pylori activity was demonstrated for all extracts, both using the agar diffusion and dilution methods.
This study shows that chitraks medicinal qualities include the silver nano particles it draws to its roots. http://jprsolutions.info/files/final-file-56a05ecfc62851.72077428.pdf
The anti-Helicobacter pylori properties of Plumbago zeylanica in a recent article on the subject, was found to inhibit urease, an enzyme that is generally produced by pathogens as Helicobacter pylori and that help the bacteria to resist and persist in the mucous layer of the stomach.
Guduchi, or Tinospora cordifolia, known as “the body’s protector” is bitter, pungent and astringent with a post-digestive ‘sweet’ effect meaning that it is an antipathogenic herb with tonic-nutritive properties. It is one of the most powerful antipathogenic herbs of special benefit for inflammatory gastric disorders.
Triphala, consists of three fruits amla, haritaki and bibitaki. Amla fruit is one of the greatest antioxidants in the plant kingdom and is highly regarded both for its nutritional and for its medicinal benefits. It is claimed as one of the two or three highest known sources of natural tannins and Vitamin C which is impervious to both age and heating. Research confirms what has shown us for millennia, that Amla is good for the health of the whole body, especially the liver and GI tract. It is an effective treatment for gastritis, Crohn’s, IBS, stomach and duodenal ulcers and to inhibit the growth of H. pylori in the stomach. Haritaki has high antibacterial and antifungal properties and so it is widely used in many preparations.
Tincture--Berberine taken 2-3 times a day considerably reduces the concentration of H. Pylori. Plant medicine containing berberine should not be taken for more than ten days at a time. The package includes a tincture of mahonia aquifolium and echinacea.
Haba Baraka (aka kalajaji or nigella sativa)is helpful for this imbalance of bacteria in the stomach. It reduces inflammation. This is the traditional medicinal use of nigella sativa, roasted, ground and mixed with unfiltered raw honey.
When to Seek Medical Care
Get immediate care for severe abdominal pain, difficulty swallowing, or black stool or vomit. These rare but serious symptoms may may indicate emergency care is needed.
- Your stool or vomit may look black, tarry, or like it has coffee grounds in it.
- Ask someone to take you to the emergency room or call for help.
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