OUCHY!

OUCHY!

Are you hungry all of the time, do you have acid reflux, bloating? Don’t  forget that awful gnawing in your gut…SOUNDS like you may have an ulcer.

Ravenous Appetite and also weight loss are  common symptoms of ulcers. Other symptoms which may occur include recurrent vomiting, black stool, blood in the stool and anemia. Often ulcer pain is misinterpreted as heartburn, indigestion or hunger. If you have a duodenal ulcer you may experience weight gain due to eating more to ease discomfort.

Also known as peptic ulcers, stomach ulcers are caused by the destruction of the gastric or intestinal mucosal lining of the stomach by hydrochloric acid, an acid normally present in the digestive juices of the stomach. Infection from the bacterium Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is thought to play an important role in causing both gastric and duodenal ulcers. H. pylori may be transmitted from one person to another through contaminated food and water.

Get some relief naturally and inexpensive.

One of the best home remedies for an ulcer is to eat raw cabbage. Juicing the cabbage will make it easier to take and mixing it with carrots will make it better tasting heck, stick an apple in there too. Drink half a cup before each meal and at bed time, fresh is best. Your ulcer could  be fixed in a few weeks. You want to patch the lesions with Green foods and cabbage is the best by far.

* Eat at least three bananas a day. These contain an antibacterial substance that inhibits the growth of ulcer-causing H. pylori. Studies show that animals fed bananas have a thicker stomach wall and greater mucus production in the stomach, which helps build a barrier between digestive acids and the lining of the stomach.
* Believe it or not but cayenne pepper is wonderful for healing ulcers as well as dulling the pain. Start with one-eighth teaspoon of cayenne pepper in a glass of water twice a day and work up to a quarter-teaspoon. You can also take cayenne capsules that you can get at the health food store. Take three a day immediately after meals.

* Slippery Elm bark (can also find in the health food stores) soothes the mucous membranes that line the stomach and duodenum. It is often taken in powdered form. Make a tea, take one teaspoon of powdered slippery elm bark and add to a cup of warm water three times a day.

* Colloidal silver helps kill the H. pylori bacteria and helps heal lesions.

* Raw honey soothes and reduces inflammation of the lining of the stomach.
* Garlic’s antibacterial properties can help fight against H. pylori. Take two small crushed cloves a day, you can mix this with whole organic lemons and it taste wonderful.

* Plums and other red and purple colored foods such as berries inhibit the growth of H. pylori.

* Coconut oil kills the bacteria that cause ulcers and gas, this can be taken by teaspoon everyday.

You may also want to try raw goats’ milk, barley water, aloe juice, propolis capsules, licorice root or marshmallow root.

Heal your ulcer, watch your weight regulate and regain your life energy back naturally!

Happy Healing!

THE DROPOPP TEAM