Peptic Ulcer Disease Remedies

Cayenne
Posted by Ellen (Tx, US) on 10/30/2014
5 out of 5 stars

I just drank a cocktail made with V-8 juice, cayenne pepper, and turmeric. It seems to have soothed the burn quite well. I will keep doing this. I also use ACV with baking soda in apple juice or water. I took a tablespoon of raw, Manuka honey too. Not all at the same time, of course. The cayenne/turmeric cocktail provided the best and fastest symptom relief. Thank you.


Cayenne
Posted by Kiki (Abuja, Nigeria) on 07/14/2012
5 out of 5 stars

This is for sure a great site. Thanks a whole lot. For years I have been battling with peptic ulcer and most of the time it got the best of me in about that could last a month rendering me completely useless. The present attacked doubled me over so much I couldn't even be on my feet to make breakfast and lunch for my three year old baby. In hunger he climbed up the cabinet and brought a pack of Vitamin D and offered it to me, do some cleaning in the house while all I could do was to cry. Allopathic doctors have through different procedures confirmed my ulcer but all those stacks of prescriptions never work for me, I feel horrible without relief while taking them.

This time around I refused them and was adamantly "making a demand" from who-ever-or-whatever in charge of healing. Then I picked my mobile and a few pressing of some keys led me to this site. I took some activated charcoal and the relief was so instant and soothing I slept for Hours. I woke up like into a whole new planet: a renewed person. Then I started cayenne. That was so so miraculous! Even though much emphasis is laid on African Bird Pepper, there are HOTTER varieties. Just 4 days into my cayenne treatment and I came alive for the first time in my life. If we are truly related, I think on this site we have eventually met. Natural, clean, simple living just the way it was before! There is really a force pulling us together, introducing us to one another. Nice reuniting with you all.