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Umeboshi for H. Pylori, Ulcers, Colon Cancer

Latz (Israel) on 02/03/2018
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Umeboshi for H.pylori, ulcers, and colon cancer.

Just today I discovered Umeboshi, while searching remedies for my wife's H.Pylori, here on EC.

Many remedies are well known, and all of them are here on EC. But Umeboshi was mentioned by somebody which went unnoticed, I think. I did a search. Yes, it's true, and it's quite powerful. It also cures colon cancer, intestinal ulcers. Apparently Umeboshi concentrate is the best.

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Questions About Umeboshi Plum

Ellamo (Trinidad, California) on 04/07/2011

i would like to start using umboeshi plum paste, because my body seems to be craving it and it seems to have tons of health benefits. I am concerned because ive read that it is alkalzing in the body which I know is a good thing but I already have a hard time digesting because I dont have enough hcl ie acid.... Will the plum paste alkalize my digestive tract?? thanks to anyone who might know!

Umeboshi Plum for Ph

Roxan (Epsom, NH USA) on 03/30/2009
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PH : I use 1 Umeboshi plum and 1 cup of Bancha Tea morning and night. after the radiation implants that caused my intestine to bleed and kept me in the bathroom all day long i found this to totally stop the bleeding and keep my ph level right.
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Umeboshi (New Remedies Page Started, Thank You!)

Rick (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) on 02/15/2009
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Umeboshi 1000 years of healing: There are texts relating the medicinal uses of these pickled plums that date to over 1000 yrs. ago. It neutralizes fatique and detoxes the body.

If you can find dried plum ( ume) extract, that is even better. These plums have been used for years for healing and to enhance health. Many japanese take a pickled plum with some tea to start their day. When available, Japanese samurai treasured it and consumed it daily also using it to purify water.

I use less than one eighth of a tsp. of the paste ( which I can find in health food stores and, wow, I have even seen it in some food markets) to enhance my morning tea.

It has an agressive flavor. It can jolt your eyes open so please be careful and dilute it before tasting it. It tastes acidic, tart, but it alkalizes the body.
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Considered by many as the ultimate superfood, umeboshi plums are a food native to Japan, China, and Korea. The unique fruit has gained more widespread popularity in recent years, however, as its incredible health-promoting properties have been revealed. Umeboshi possesses a wide range of nutritional sources and offers an array of health benefits.

What is Umeboshi?

Umeboshi is one of the few foods that completely embody the concept of using food as medicine. This unique food source is considered a salty, sour plum from Japan; however, it actually belongs to the apricot family. In any case, the fruit is highly alkaline and contains a number of nutrients.

The fruit’s variations are just as varied as its uses. The fruit can be eaten as a whole plum or boiled and drank in tea; however, many individuals find this option a bit intense for the palate. The plum can also be made into vinegar and used in soups, stews, and casseroles or splashed on veggies, meat, or salad. The fruit is also often made into a paste that is used in sauces or as a condiment. In any of its forms, umeboshi offers the same health benefits as well as an interesting flavor. ...

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