Effective Natural Remedies for H. Pylori: Herbal and Dietary Solutions

Multiple Remedies

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Posted by Kate (Seattle, WA) on 02/15/2009
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WORKED TEMPORARILY

I have been diagnosed three times with H. pylori over the last eight years, and I am experiencing the symptoms of a fourth outbreak currently. I am reluctant at this point, however, to go back and get tested because the outcome is a fairly awful regimen of antibiotics and all sorts of other stuff. I do get tested afterwards and am negative, but I am wondering if I am just knocking the H. pylori down to a level that is below the threshold of detection. This regimen of medicines usually feels worse than the H. pylori symptoms, and help for awhile, but it always comes back. Does anyone else have this history of repeated outbreaks? I have also tried ACV or baking soda, because it seems like I have widely varying pH levels in my system, not just a basic or acidic system. I can usually tell which one I need- ACV when it feels like I am not digesting well, and baking soda when I have bad gas. I also reduce the amount of protein in my diet because I find it hard to digest, and as I get more symptomatic, I eat less and less in general and only mild stuff.

Replied by JeanL
(Temescal Valley, CA)
09/14/2023

I'm on my third diagnosis... Iv tried so many things .... I'm at a loss... I feel better for a week or two and it just comes back... Iv tried oregano oil, garlic, black seed oil, Probiotics, ppi's, Mastic gum, pepto, omeprazol, turmeric, taurine, several of these in combination etc. My next try is Lactobacillus Plantarum 299v with an H2 blocker, aloe vera and maybe oregano oil again... we'll see :(


Oregano Oil

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Posted by Mary (Oakland, Ca) on 09/25/2015
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I completely cured my H. Pylori with super strength Oil of Oregano. 15 drops in 1/2 cup of juice last thing at night for 2 weeks. I was on a light diet of soups and herb teas during these 2 weeks. The Oregano completely removed all traces of H. Pylori since 2011. I have not had any symptoms since and am able to eat anything.


Oregano Oil
Posted by Lula (Snellville, GA, USA) on 05/27/2009
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here is another cure, I was diagnosed in March, I knew about hpylori because I had done some study on it because my b12 ran low all the time. well the doctors gave me the same stuff the triple threat, that is what I call it and it was depleting my potassium so I went to find natural and came across this website about pine nut oil and I used that and it worked wonderful, but it is a little pricey, so I went to the health food store and got me some aloe vera juice and I already had the oil of oregano so I mix these two together and drink them and I have seen a difference. it takes awhile but it works. I really like the pine nut oil jut couldn't keep it up and where I live, they do not sell it in the health food stores here.


Oregano Oil
Posted by Melissa (Homer, Alaska) on 09/10/2007
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re: Update on oil of oregano -- Taking the oil of oregano has really helped. I felt wonderful for 2 days then felt like I had the flu for the next 2 days. (Headache, dizzy, muscle and bodyaches ect.).But I think it was things being killed off in my body and a release of all those toxic critters. I have also done some reading about tumeric and have been putting it on my food which I think helps too. I take 20 drops of oil of oregano 2x's a day in water. The brand Im taking is Oregano Spirits 'by Herb Pharm. I hope this helps because I was feeling like the Hpylori was killing me. I was miserable and had no energy at all. After the oregano Im feeling so much better and I have more energy. Maybe because my body doesn't have to fight the Hpylori as hard with the help of oregano. I could be wrong but that is what it seems like to me. Im just glad Im feeling better! I hope this helps.

Replied by Anita
(The Netherlands)
09/29/2023

Do you take that much drops of oregano oil in water? I can't take even 1 drop, I get really sick of It, can't stand the smell and taste.

Art
(California)
09/29/2023
2086 posts

Anita,

Here is a link to multiple suppliers of oregano in soft gels that makes it much easier to get oregano oil with much much less potential to taste it while taking it. You can smell it in the jar and with some products there may be a little taste, but nothing compared to essential oil drops :

https://www.amazon.com/s?k=oregano+oil+capsules&crid=2WX9X61ODLD19&sprefix=oregabno+oil,aps,180&ref=nb_sb_ss_sc_1_11

Art


Oregano Oil
Posted by Melissa (Homer, Alaska) on 09/05/2007
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I have just started using oil of oregano to help kill h pylori. I think it is working but I will post back in a week to let you know. Also I have tried garlic and cabbage and broccoli sprouts which helped a little but seemed to make me feel like I had the flu while taking this by means of juicing it. I think because the hpylori was fithing back and so my body was fighting against it making me feel worse. But the oil seems to be doing a good job.


Pine Nut Oil

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Posted by Pat (Leadville, CO) on 04/07/2008

Has anyone taken extra virgin pine nut oil for H pylori? If you have what were the results?

Replied by Lula
(Snellville, GA)
05/27/2009
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yes, I have and it worked good


Pineapple

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Posted by Joy (Az) on 06/18/2015
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Rosa In Clinton, N.C., Have your mother eat fresh pineapple for pain in stomach, or acid reflux. I was diagnosed with H Pylori (sure I have had it for many many years). It, pineapple is a life saver. Or dole juice in a can if you can't get fresh. Make a smoothie with 1 and 1/2 cups pineapple, 1 bananna, 1/2 c. plain greek yohgurt. drink before meals, It works.


Probiotics

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Posted by Dianek (Ga) on 03/16/2014
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I take a probiotic w 66 billion of good bacteria that I order from swanson vitamins and it helped me a lot. I also have to change my diet and I try to eat ever 2 to 3 hours of small meals.


Slippery Elm

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Posted by ilikenatural (somewherein iowa, usa) on 02/02/2008
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I was diagnosed with H Pylori and was in a lot of pain. This ulcer is treated with antibiotics but within a week of finishing the prescription I was in pain again. By accident I found slippery elm bark stops the pain. For 2 years now I take 1 slippery elm pill a day and it has worked. If I do get pain throughout the day (during mensus or after spicy food) I take another and it immediately works. Hope this helps someone.


Supplements

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Posted by Shane (Detroit, MI) on 12/20/2022
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Natural Factors - Gastro-Assist with Mastic Gum, Zinc, L-Carnosine & Chamomile, 60 capsules


Swig of Tequila

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Posted by Jolene (Albuquerque, New Mexico) on 04/23/2013
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I accidentally found what for me is a sure cure for the H. Pylori infection. It's just one swig of tequila. It has worked for me three times. Each time I used it, the infection was gone for years. Also, I used pink bismol to soothe the irritated stomach lining. Now, if I were to get it again, I'd use aloe vera juice instead.

Replied by Kris Matko
(Spain)
12/03/2016

I really doubt that a swig of Tequila would do anything! Is this a joke?

People are fighting that infection hard but a swig of tequila make it go away for years? Have you even been officially diagnosed with the infection? Or are you a health troll?


Ted's Remedies

Posted by Jessica.V (Oslo, Norway) on 09/10/2018

Hi! It was said by Ted that taking 1 teaspoon of curcumin plus cumin plus oregano spices x 8 times a day would kill H. Pylori. I want to try this. My question relates to the spices, as Ted said just 1/8 of each, but I am not sure if he meant to say we have to take them in oil form, or just as plain spices. Perhaps Deirdre Layne or someone else knows? I have been through the H. Pilory multiple-remedy pages on earth clinic, whereas people used up to 2 months to get rid of this stomach bacteria but this one about curcumin and spices seemed the most inexpensive and faster remedy. Thank you!

Replied by Mama To Many
(Tn)
09/10/2018

Dear Jessica,

I think he meant the actual spices. A teaspoon of the essential oils of these would be way too strong.

~Mama to Many~

Jessica.v
(Oslo, Norway)
09/14/2018

Thank you Mama to Many for your reply and kindness. I would like to ask you if there is a remedy regarding H. Pylori that has worked for you or people you may know, in case you have better advise. Ideally something that did not take months before it killed H. Pylori. Greetings from Norway and thanks!

Replied by Mama To Many
(Tn)
09/15/2018

Dear Jessica,

I have not personally dealt with the H. Pylori bacteria.

I think if I were dealing with it I would be trying turmeric and Manuka honey, though as we have found them to be amazing against strong bacteria (like staph infections.)

A teaspoon of Manuka honey three times a day, away from meals. And a teaspoon of turmeric with meals. (4 capsules or a teaspoon mixed into some milk.)

There are studies reported on Pubmed that show the effectiveness of turmeric against H. Pylori. However, whatever you use may take many weeks of treatment to completely get rid of it.

~Mama to Many~

Replied by Jessica.v
(Oslo, Norway)
09/15/2018

Thank you! Last question :-) For how many days or weeks should the Manuka honey and turmeric (3x day) be taken?

Kindly, Jessica

Replied by Mama To Many
(Tn)
09/18/2018

Dear Jessica,

The length of time that I have used natural antibiotics has varied greatly depending on the bacteria and how well the body is responding to treatment.

It seems that with H. Pylori, it can take a while. I would probably want to use turmeric for at least a month. Maybe the honey for just 2 weeks since it is pricey. You will probably be able to judge for yourself how you are responding and if you should continue longer.

~Mama to Many~


Turmeric

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Posted by Tony (California,usa) on 09/10/2013
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After much research at testimonies at earthclinic.com, I came up with the following recipe for H. Pylori infection: 1/2 tsp. turmeric, in a 6 oz. glass of purified water [2/3 glass] + a 1/2 tsp baking soda, and a little non sugar sweetener to make smooth tasting.. Good results so far, great calming effect, no pain either and I am eating and drinking much easier now.. Be very careful when swallowing liquids so you don't choke on them as there is a danger you will ingest liquids into your airwaves.. I found by clearing my throat slowly, I could clear my airwaves.. Turmeric is a probiotic I am sure.. I will follow up with Papaya enzyme chewable tablets, 2 ea. X 3 x a day. I may add another probiotic[culturelle] to really kill this bacteria off.. Giving this a 60 day run and will announce my results then, hope this helps you.. This is a great site with precious info for those of us who don't want to waste our money on Doctors that only prescribe anti-biotics which don't always work for us who have to pay for them.. Au natural is way to go. Best of health to all who read this! Tony, California, USA


Turmeric
Posted by Tara (Memphis, Tn, Usa) on 03/17/2012
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World J Gastroenterol. 2005 Dec 21;11(47):7499-507.

Bactericidal and anti-adhesive properties of culinary and medicinal plants against Helicobacter pylori.

O'Mahony R, Al-Khtheeri H, Weerasekera D, Fernando N, Vaira D, Holton J, Basset C.

Source: Centre for Infectious Diseases and International Health, Royal Free and University College London Medical School, Windeyer Building, 46 Cleveland Street, London, W1P 6DB, United Kingdom.

Abstract

AIM: To investigate the bactericidal and anti-adhesive properties of 25 plants against Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori).

METHODS: Twenty-five plants were boiled in water to produce aqueous extracts that simulate the effect of cooking. The bactericidal activity of the extracts was assessed by a standard kill-curve with seven strains of H. Pylori. The anti-adhesive property was assessed by the inhibition of binding of four strains of FITC-labeled H. pylori to stomach sections.

RESULTS: Of all the plants tested, eight plants, including Bengal quince, nightshade, garlic, dill, black pepper, coriander, fenugreek and black tea, were found to have no bactericidal effect on any of the isolates. Columbo weed, long pepper, parsley, tarragon, nutmeg, yellow-berried nightshade, threadstem carpetweed, sage and cinnamon had bactericidal activities against H. Pylori, but total inhibition of growth was not achieved in this study. Among the plants that killed H. Pylori, turmeric was the most efficient, followed by cumin, ginger, chilli, borage, black caraway, oregano and liquorice. Moreover, extracts of turmeric, borage and parsley were able to inhibit the adhesion of H. pylori strains to the stomach sections.

CONCLUSION: Several plants that were tested in our study had bactericidal and/or anti-adhesive effects on H. Pylori. Ingestion of the plants with anti-adhesive properties could therefore provide a potent alternative therapy for H. pylori infection, which overcomes the problem of resistance associated with current antibiotic treatment.


Turpentine

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Posted by Blue Star (Nashville Tennessee) on 05/20/2022
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Organic Turpentine for H.Pylori/Acid Reflux

I have had long-term acid reflux which I attempted to heal with diet. Nothing seemed to work. I am also a daily user of Organic Turpentine.

I use turpentine for various reasons. Allergies in Middle Tennessee are rated as some of the worlds worst. As an energy healer I find "turps" clears the 3rd eye and decalcifies the pineal. It is very helpful for eliminating parasites. During my covid experience, I felt it lessened the symptoms.

Though I was never formally diagnosed as having h.pylori, I suspected it as the culprit. Consistently taking Pure 100% Gum Spirits of Turpentine (organic), I have noticed over time my acid reflux became greatly reduced to the point I can eat anything now.

There is a protocol for taking "turps". This essential oil of pine resin is not to be confused with the synthetic, chemical turpentine purchased in hardware stores. Organic Turpentine is distilled from slash pine. There are different variations of turpentine used all over the world distilled from various pine and fir trees. I digress ...

I have worked up to about 10drops in sugar 3x's a day ... this is less than 1/4 tsp. It has helped keep me allergy free, kept me alive during covid and made my acid reflux a thing of the past.

Google Dr. Jennifer Clark for the turp protocol. Only use organic, 100% Pure Gum Spirits of Turpentine you can order from Amazon.



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