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10 natural supplements to help you beat H Pylori

I have received hundreds of emails from people confused about what natural supplements to take to inhibit H. pylori. The truth is, there are many companies that are eager to take your money and provide very little response or support in case you feel like their products are not working.

I hope that by sharing my experience dealing with hundreds of H. pylori cases over the past three years, I can help you choose the right path on your wellness journey.

1. Berberine

Berberine is a component of herbs such as goldenseal, barberry, and Oregon grape. It has been shown to have broad spectrum antibiotic activity. In vitro studies have shown that berberine can inhibit H pylori, but it may not be powerful enough to eradicate the body.

2. Deglycyrrhizinated Licorice Root (DGL)

DGL is a well-established mucosal healing and antiulcer agent. DGL can coat and soothe the intestinal lining and promote the healing of inflamed tissue and ulcers. Research suggests that the flavonoids in licorice have impressive antimicrobial activity against H. pylori. In fact, flavonoids have been shown to have antimicrobial activity against H. pylori strains that were resistant to clarithromycin and amoxicillin, two of the main antibiotics used in triple therapy. Because DGL has low levels of glycyrrhizin, it is generally safe to take if you have high or low blood pressure, but check with a doctor.

3. Manuka honey

Manuka honey comes from New Zealand. It is often touted as a food that can kill H. pylori. While this may be the case, it is worth remembering that honey is essentially sugar. We know that Candida and other yeast species thrive on sugar and we also know that there is a close relationship between H pylori infection and Candida overgrowth. For this reason, I do not recommend the use of manuka honey for people who have digestive problems as I believe there are better alternatives. But you should not rule out its use as it can help you individually.

4. Putty gum

The protocol I originally learned in my functional medicine training involved the use of putty gum and a supplement called Bio-HPF, which contains various herbs and bismuth. Interestingly, bismuth medications are recommended as part of quad therapy protocols alongside antibiotics. If you use bismuth products, they can darken your stool and it is not recommended that you use bismuth for more than 60 days.

Even though doctors and professionals reported great success with the putty and Bio-HPF program, it did not work for me. In fact, my symptoms got worse when I started taking these supplements. Despite my poor reaction to the putty program, there is a great deal of research showing its efficacy against H. pylori and putty gum has been shown to kill H. pylori in vitro.

5. Matula herbal formula

Matula Herbal Formula resolved my symptoms very quickly. In fact, I was amazed at the speed at which my symptoms were relieved with the product. I have had detailed discussions with the Matula staff and they have a very open and honest business approach. I read the technical report on Matula that was produced by Professor Patrick JD Bouic from the Department of Medical Microbiology at Stellenbosch University in South Africa and while this is not strictly independent research, it is an impressive read. pylori revealed that every time Matula came into contact with H. pylori, it killed 93% of the organisms. Although these tests were performed in vitro (outside the body), the level of clinical success that I have observed with Matula has confirmed its efficacy.

You will no doubt read conflicting reports about Matula on the internet. Because it is a relatively expensive product, people are naturally disappointed if they don’t feel better when they take it. But as I taught you in the first part of this book and in the H Pylori Diet section, simply taking a ‘miracle’ product, be it a pill, tea, or potion, will not work if your symptoms are caused by food. . what you eat, dehydration and other infections! Unfortunately, some people still believe that they can eat McDonalds three times a day and have a product like Matula that cures all their ills. I would like to encourage you not to believe everything you read on the Internet, especially if people have written the material in a state of emotional charge.

6. Siberian pine nut oil

Personally, I don’t have any experience using pine nut oil. I have read mixed reports about it on the internet and have received emails from people who have used it without success. To date I have not seen any research showing its effectiveness. However, there are some positive testimonials on some websites. Remember that olive oil has been shown to contain antimicrobial properties against H. pylori. Certainly, it is possible that pine nut oil contains similar properties that help it act against bacteria.

7. Sulforaphane

Sulforaphane is a naturally occurring chemical found in cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cabbage, and Brussels sprouts. Several studies have shown that it has the ability to inhibit H. pylori. Eating cruciferous vegetables, especially broccoli sprouts, will ensure that you get plenty of sulforaphane, but it is also available in capsule form from various supplement manufacturers, including a product called Broccomax and one called Onco-SGS.

8. Vitamin C

Some studies have suggested that vitamin C can inhibit and even kill H. pylori. In a review of the literature, Dr. Alan Gaby, MD, concludes that vitamin C therapy for H. pylori may be clinically relevant, but that more research is needed to determine the optimal dose and duration of the program. Even if vitamin C doesn’t eradicate H pylori, it is worth taking a controlled dose because studies clearly show that vitamin C levels in the stomach lining can drop when H pylori is present, largely as a result of stress. inflammatory and oxidative caused. by the infection. Vitamin C is also an excellent nutrient to help with intestinal healing.

9. ‘Vitamin U’

Vitamin U, also known as MSM, is found in raw cabbage. In fact, vitamin U is not a vitamin at all. Cabbage juice has been studied extensively in Russia and other Eastern European countries for the healing of damaged and eroded intestinal mucosa. It is not actually a vitamin per se. It appears to enhance the healing of damaged tissue and can help ulcers heal.

10. Zinc-L-carnosine

To my knowledge, zinc-l-carnosine has not been shown to have antimicrobial properties against H. pylori. However, it is excellent for repairing damage to the stomach lining, including ulcers. It can be taken in conjunction with any of the antimicrobial agents to enhance the healing process.


While I’ve done my best to list natural products that have been scientifically and clinically proven to inhibit the H pylori bacteria, you still have the problem of knowing exactly which products to buy.

Not all supplements are made under the same conditions and you will find that a bottle of putty gum from manufacturer A can be of much higher quality than a bottle of putty gum from manufacturer B.

It is also very important to know how much of each product to take each day, when to take it (with food or on an empty stomach), and for how long. All of these factors will influence whether or not your natural program is successful.

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