Comment from: Rita [Visitor]
RitaD-Limonene (oil from orange peel) is supposed to work well for H-Pylori too. My dad went through the antibiotics course for it once, and it showed positive again a few years later, and the GI Dr told him that once you have it, it could always show positive. Dunno.
06/27/09 @ 20:31
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
Orange peel oil might be a good alternative too. I know that research has been done to help with acid-reflux conditions. If a parasite has been healed, how can it continue to show positive? Hmmm.... curious. A condition is either healed or not, or "reinfection" occurred.
07/01/09 @ 15:49
Comment from: TC [Visitor]
TCA blood test for H. Pylori will test positive even after successful eradication of an active infection because A blood test checks to see whether your body has made antibodies to H. pylori bacteria. If you have antibodies to H. pylori in your blood, it means you either are currently infected or have been infected in the past. The urea breath tests (Meretek UBT?, PYtest?) determine the presence of active H. pylori infection.
12/05/09 @ 10:44
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
Thank you, TC, for your information. I'm sure this will be helpful to those who are looking for answers to this problem.
12/07/09 @ 10:18
Comment from: chloe [Visitor]
chloeExcellent list! I've learned more from this forum in about 2 days than I have at any other forum community.
05/06/10 @ 23:26
Comment from: VBerta [Visitor]
VBertaI have been Using 1 Garlic clove along with 2 helpings of brocoli a day to help with my h phylor. I swore I was dying from the symptoms I had major anxiety where my BP and heart rate would go threw the roof but 3 days on the garlic and brocoli has helped me so far I hope it contiunes because I don't like the affects H phylor had on my body
08/16/10 @ 08:48
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
Hi VBerta:

Garlic usually lowers BP rate; but, the volatile oil does go into the blood stream and reaches the heart rather quickly. You might have had a small Herx reaction along with anxiety symptoms. Glad things settled down for you. Good luck in fighting this. :)

08/31/10 @ 01:05
Comment from: lead CRM [Visitor]
lead CRMnice post... I usually don't have time to mess around online but this was a good read.
09/16/10 @ 13:49
Comment from: Seattle Chiropractic [Visitor]
Seattle ChiropracticThis is such a great resource that you are providing and you give it away for free. I love seeing websites that understand the value of providing a quality resource for free. It's the old what goes around comes around routine. Did you acquired lots of links and I see lots of trackbacks??
10/08/10 @ 08:31
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
Hello Seattle Chiropractic:

Thank you. I'm glad that you've found our website helpful. For sometime I have been considering adding more to the site with links to quality sites that I trust to help people out; i.e, purchasing herbs and such.

We did have trackbacks for awhile, but the spammers started in and I had to put a halt to it because it became overwhelming.

10/11/10 @ 16:41
Comment from: MIM [Visitor]
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Comment from: BC [Visitor]
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Comment from: Leda [Visitor]
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10/26/10 @ 18:52
Comment from: Jane [Member]
I've heard Mastic Gum can be effective against the H-Pylori bug.
10/27/10 @ 15:27
Comment from: Thomas [Visitor]
ThomasThank you this is wonderfully useful infomation! I've been swallowing 1 tablespoon of turmeric a day with water. It's not nice but it's far better then the awful byproduct H Pylori leaves in my mouth that tastes like stale garbage. Sweet jesus.

Probiotic yoghurt also seems to work well.
09/22/11 @ 08:46
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
Hi Thomas:

You're welcome. I don't have H Pylori, but I use Turmeric for other inflammation issues. I've read some scientific articles stating that it doesn't work too well in the gut and poorly assimilated. I would disagree with this based upon my personal experience with this herb. Based upon your comment Turmeric has helped you too. Thank you for commenting.... perhaps, it will help someone out who has H Pylori. :)

09/22/11 @ 16:18
Comment from: tara [Visitor] Email
tarahi I wonder if there is a dietary regime combo with herbs etc to eradicate helicobacter ??
02/08/12 @ 06:13
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
Hi Tara:

Have you looked into Acid/Alkaline food suggestions? Here's a chart to get you started.

A good probiotic will help too, possibly Keifer or Russian gold probiotic which is suppose to be the strongest. Another thought that comes to mind is the use of Olive oil/Olive leaf extract. If you do your research, may find these suggestions helpful.
02/08/12 @ 18:15
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
Came upon another site on H. pylori that could be helpful for someone dealing with this problem.

and another publication about Vit C indicates the following:
Feb 02 - Does vitamin C intake slow the progression of gastric cancer in Helicobacter pylori-infected populations?

Vitamin C's role in the prevention of disease and malignancy has been studied over the last several decades. Vitamin C intake has been shown to have an inverse relationship with gastric cancer. Recent follow-up studies on high-risk populations suggest that ascorbic acid, the reduced form of vitamin C, protects against gastric cancer, for which H. pylori is a significant risk factor. In populations infected with H. pylori, there is a reduction in gastric juice ascorbic acid concentration. This article reviews the risk factors for gastric cancer and the role of vitamin C in prevention of the disease.

Nutr Rev 2002 Jan;60(1):34-6

Feiz HR, Mobarhan S.

Department of Gastroenterology, Loyola University of Chicago, Maywood, IL 60153, USA.

Contributed by Bill Sardi, Knowledge of Health

Hope this helps.
03/01/12 @ 18:12
Comment from: Sonu [Visitor] Email
SonuHi I was having heartburn, gastritis symptoms, abdominal pain and GERD since 3 years. I do take spicy food, alcohol occasionally and on regular ingestion of PPI since then. I had spontaneous remissions of the symptoms several times but has recurred in between. Now I underwent GI endoscopy and I found myself infected with H pylori. I took triple antibiotic therapy twice earlier without endoscopy but failed to eradicate H pylori. Now my dr is telling me to take another course of same therapy with probiotics for 2 weeks. M scared kindly help in treating this bacteria.
03/27/12 @ 02:34
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
Hi Sonu:

Everything that I've read about H pylori is that it is a hard parasite to kill. However, persistence does pay off. I'm not a doctor, but it is my understanding antibiotics may complicate matters over a period of time. You should read all you can about this. One thing that might be helpful to take would be a product that will help breakdown biofilm protection layer that naturally forms over bacteria. For instance, you know when you wake up or eat sugary foods and overtime a film forms over your teeth? This is a good example of a baterial biofilm covering. There are a few products out made with enzymes that is suppose to cut through biofilms. A product off the top of my head is Interfase Plus as a good example.

You might want to give the enzyme product a try along with some suggestions in the blog or use your doctor's protocol. If I were in your shoes I might look into Oregano Oil or Olive Leaf extract too. I made a post about this, but there is plenty of research on these herbs.

Interested in knowing your results. Please keep me posted.

DD Rose
03/27/12 @ 13:03
Comment from: lou [Visitor] Email
lou:bow_prayer:Thanks for a great post, just found your site after keying in helicobactor and oregano oil. I had a client in today who was cleared from her HB after a 3 week regime on oregano oil. Thanks for the information on the other herbs, much appreciated
05/15/12 @ 02:02
Comment from: asma [Visitor]
asmaHi DD Rose, thanks for sharing the info, I have recently been diagnosed by H Pylori, I am so upset, but I am sure the info will help me.
06/14/12 @ 04:51
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
Hi Amsa:

You're welcome. I hope that the information will be helpful to you. Please keep me posted.

06/16/12 @ 21:16
Comment from: DianeL. [Visitor]
DianeL.Another thanks to you, DD Rose, for posting this information. Found your website after putting "oregano oil h.pylori" into a search engine.
07/10/12 @ 14:09
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
Hello Daniel:

I'm glad that that the blog has been helpful to you. The positive feedback is the thing that keeps me going.

DD Rose
07/10/12 @ 14:13
Comment from: Alma sanchez [Visitor]
Alma sanchezHi, could you please tell me how to mix these herbs properly and the dose that should be taken on a daily basis. I went to whole foods and purchased liquid herb extracts for licorice, oregano and turmeric along with powder garlic and thyme and orange peel in herb form. Are these effective?
08/04/12 @ 02:51
Comment from: sami [Visitor]
samiI have
is there a modern new thing to fight the H pylori. I'm afraid to go in the direction of antibiotics
ive an infection i my stomach and many problems after the food with heartburn
i tried thyme for a long time and now i use herbs . But i hoe there is new information about these things
08/04/12 @ 19:58
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
Hi Alma:

Someone at the natural market should be able to help you with this. If not go to someone who can assist you with this. You have all the right herbs, and if you do your research you'll find that orange peel has shown some positive results.
08/07/12 @ 20:07
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
Hi Sami:

With herbal medicine you have to take them for awhile and then take a break. Otherwise your body can be weaken with excessive use or the pathogen mutates itself to make it useless. This is another reason why protocols are switched up with using something else for a season.
08/07/12 @ 20:11
Comment from: sbf [Visitor] Email
sbfThank so much for this web sit this is a God sent. I did'know it was so many suffering from the same problem. I'v gotten so much advis. Thank u
11/20/12 @ 13:43
Comment from: Ladytron [Visitor]
LadytronHi all,
I was diagnosed with h. pylori and my doctor prescribed me with triple therapy. I've read a lot of feed backs about the therapy that it has only 50% success rate, because the bacterium is hard to kill specially if you're taking to much antacid which makes the bacteria survive more in your stomach due to low stomach acid. So, i didn't follow the doctor's prescription. However, i did take the prescribed antibiotics for seven days but didn't take the ppi's which stops the production of acid in stomach. I'm on the second week of medications and my doctor prescribed me with another round of proton pump inhibitor(ppi's), but i didn't take it. Instead i took mega dose of vit.c 500mg 3x daily, turmeric capsules 400mg 2 caps 3x daily and garlic caps 500mg 3x daily. Then, i take probiotic in between meals to replenish good bacteria in my gut while taking those natural anti bacterial supplements. I will also try fresh pine-apple juice and organic apple cider vinegar and see if i can manage to eradicate this nasty bugs in my stomach.

By the way, i've been taking antibiotics and proton pump inhibitor (ppi's) since i was diagnosed with hiatal hernia, doudenitis, esophagitis and gastritis 3 years ago. But i wasn't tested with h.pylori because i didn't know that i could be infected with the bacteria and my my previous gastroenterologist didn't explain me about it. (What a lousy physician) I've been paying her a lot of money but her diagnosis isn't complete.

To those who are infected with the bacteria, don't loose hope.. there's always a cure in every disease, because God gave us all kinds of plants and herbs that we can use to fight against diseases. Just be patient and let's fight it. MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL. God Bless. (^_^)
12/23/12 @ 10:38
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
Amen! :happy:
12/24/12 @ 01:41
Comment from: Rosie [Visitor]
Rosie:>> DD Rose thanks so stoked I will start to kill this bug!! Totally hopefully.
Happy New Year your Holy :angel: is shouting for joy.
12/28/12 @ 17:53
Comment from: Ladytron [Visitor]
LadytronHi everyone,

I have been taking turmeric capsules 450mg. 2-caps 3x daily, vco 3 tbsp. daily, and garlic capsules 3x daily to get rid of my h. pylori..

How long should i continue taking these combination of herbs? I'm on the 2nd week of medication already after the standard antibiotic treatment.

Thanks and more power to your site.
01/05/13 @ 08:10
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
Hi Rosie:

Happy New Year and blessings to you. Keep us posted on your progress!

DD Rose
01/07/13 @ 14:32
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
Hi Ladytron:

Welcome back and Happy New Year. You might find it helpful to read the following posts. In some posts the subject is geared toward worm parasites, but in truth, the information applies to all infections.

Enzymes, posts 1-3.
One note that I didn't put in the write-up is that there are formulas like ViraStop2 and some others that can help breakdown foreign proteins and biofilms. If you do some research on them it will make more sense why they are necessary to include in a protocol.


Parasite Kill Zone

Herxheimer Reaction

DD Rose
01/07/13 @ 14:56
Comment from: essayas [Visitor] Email
essayas:roll_eyes:hello guys!h. Pylori infection is an issue also in ethiopia! I have been taking the triple medicine therapy 4 years ago which could not eradicate the bacteria. I am now consuming raw garlic (which is burning your mouth if not swallowed fast) and am able to suppress the bacteria. I had the symptoms for more than 12 years which makes me feel that my types of strain are not cancer causing types.
01/22/13 @ 13:32
Comment from: Gareth [Visitor]
GarethGreat site..if i get to much aggro from h/p i mix up a T spoon of cayenne pepper and quality honey, with warm water, dont cure but great relief quickly..nb. have tried mastic/cider vineagar/route but limited sucess, doh.. bit the bullet and on day 3 of a/b treatment(7 day event)was scared to take but honest im flying it so far..probiotic 20,bill!+clean diet, fingers crossed.Gareth uk
03/16/13 @ 05:45
Comment from: karen [Visitor]
karenCan anyone tell me how much oil of oregano you should take and for how long? ty any help would be helpful, iI have had this for 5-6 been on Antibiotics which helped till i finished them then returned.
12/04/13 @ 20:56
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
Hi Karen:

You may find in the link provided helpful information about Oil of Oregano.

It might be helpful if you incorporate ACTIVE Manuka Honey UMF 16-20+ (higher the grade, the better) along with the Oil of Oregano. You can look into this and see if it applies to you as a resource (there are clinical trials that you can find too).
12/05/13 @ 13:09
Comment from: Amit [Visitor] Email
AmitHi I am a doctor suffering from h pylori gastritis from past 5 years. Tried Matula herbal tea also two years back and treated with triple therapy but no significant improvements. Now I want to try turmeric powder. Can somebody tell me the dose and how to take it? Please!
05/28/14 @ 10:04
Comment from: DD Rose [Member]
There are some medical studies that I've read on how much to take for Turmeric. However, if you do enough reading about your problem, I believe that you'll conclude that Manuka honey (rated above 20+) is a far better choice. There is also another honey from the Middle East (Oman? Can't remember) that has proven just as powerful as Manuka; German Black Forest and Langanese honeys are other choices. You should be able to access these studies pretty easy with no issues.

This site has a good amount of information and research on how to deal with this gut bacteria.
05/29/14 @ 15:50
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