Natural Remedies for Ulcers

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Natural Remedies for Ulcers

It seems that the continuing decline in generational health is responsible for the emerging strength of the Helibacter priori bacteria. Vital health must be built up nutritionally and toxins flushed out of the body. Dr F Batmanghelidj discovered how to eradicate the pain of ulcers with his water treatment. His research revealed that pain can be the result of dehydration of body tissues and the cure is adequate hydration (see alive # 148)

Other research indicates that honey can successfully treat ulcers. An article in the Journal of the New Zealand Royal Society of Medicine reported that the antibiotic power of honey has been used historically to treat a variety of infectious conditions. Notable among them is the H pylori bacteria said to cause stomach ulcers. The report says that a five per cent solution of honey from the manuka flower killed every colony of H pylori in a laboratory test. A clinical trial is now being organized to find out whether manuka honey has the same effect on the bacteria in the stomach as it does when they are on agar plates.

An editorial in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine in 1989 said it was time for conventional medicine "to lift the blinds off this traditional remedy and give it due recognition."

Honey has been known as an antibacterial, antifungal agent for centuries. It is still used as a folk remedy, despite the advent of antibiotics. Medical journals continue to report that honey dressings are often successfully used as a last resort for infected wounds, burns and ulcers that are not responding to chemical antibiotic treatment.

The antibacterial properties of honey have been established by a large amount of laboratory research, which has recently been comprehensively reviewed. In many reports honey has been shown to be effective in inhibiting a wide range of bacterial species when diluted to concentrations at which its osmolarity would not be effective. However, there have been no reports of any species of Campylobacter or Helicobacter being tested, so it is not known whether Helicobacter pylori could be expected to be affected by the concentrations of honey that would be achieved in the stomach by the dosage of honey given. Therefore, studies were undertaken to find the susceptibility of Helicobacter pylori to the antibacterial activity of honey.

Bacteria in the body are also destroyed electronically, according to Dr Hulda Clark. She has invented a device that "zaps" the body with nine volts of energy which she says effectively kills off bacteria, viruses and parasites when done according to her protocol.

Canadian Health Reform Products Ltd.

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