Gastritis and Inflammation in the Stomach and Pylorus

Posted by Carolyn (Hobbs, Nm, Usa) on 11/04/2009

Ted, it is so good to see you posting and helping all of us again. Could you please answer one question for me. I have gastritis and inflammation in my stomach and the pylorus (which is the tube that connects the stomach to the dueodenum). I can't get it to heal up and have tried everything. I keep my ph at 7.0 by taking 2 t. ACV and 1 t. honey three times a day before meals as well as taking potassium citrate supplements and mineral supplements. The baking soda makes the gastritis and inflammation burn when I add the baking soda. My stomach will burn badly for an hour or so if I add the baking soda so I don't add it. Do you have any suggestions for me and others like me?

Thanks for your help for all of us.
Carolyn

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
11/08/2009
384 posts

Dear Carolyn,

A helicobacter pylori, the best approach is the turmeric which is found to be most effective, possibly mixed with cumin and ginger. This is the remedy I will likely used if we do the herbal remedy. The helicobacter pylori for some people is due to a low stomach acid condition, and an acid intestines. Hence it may go back and fourth between duodenum and the stomach, which is the pylorus. To limit their movement a herbal supplement could also be used. I think to get a one day cure, hopefully a turmeric is taken every our so that turmeric pretty much stays in the area long enough to kill the h.pylori. Most bacteria requires longer time than a virus, so I am assuming it's roughly, twice the amount for a virus. Hence it's taken at one teaspoon every hour for a minimum 8 hours, totalling 8 doses. The math isn't precise, but I am trying my best to get this down to a one day cure. I hope this helps, if I were to pursue a non antibiotic course. For some who may pursue an aspirin dose, that's more antiviral, but has some effect against some of the bacteria, which I haven't had a chance to try. However, turmeric seems to do a good job also.

Replied by Carolyn
Hobbs, Nm, Usa
11/09/2009

Hi Ted and many many thanks. I did the tumeric you suggested yesterday afternoon and last night. I took 1 teaspoon every hour for 6 hours. When I got up this morning I thought I had not only killed the h pylorie but also the host. ha ha I had a terrible headache from taking so much of it but this afternoon I feel so much better and I am not burning like I always do after I eat. I think the tumeric is really going to help me. Thanks so much for helping so many of us. I really appreciate you taking time to answer my post.

Thanks,
Carolyn

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
11/10/2009
384 posts

For Carolyn: the herb I mentioned was a combination of tumeric, cumin and ginger. It prevents their movement of h. pylori. The key is to take it during meals. That's when they move.

Replied by Blessed
Harare, Zimbabwe
11/19/2009

Hi Ted, may I have quantities or the ways in which the following may be combined? and consumed?

"the herb I mentioned was a combination of tumeric, cumin and ginger."

I feel pain beneath my left rib cage, down to the centre of my rib cage when i am hungry or fasting or after taking spicy foods, or juices like apple and lemon juice.

i am looking for natural ways to cure this as i experience great pain when i am put on an antibiotic course, i hardly finish any course due to pain.

thank you

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
11/19/2009
384 posts

For most pain of the stomach, it could be from bacteria. A 5 drops of clove oil in 30 cc of vodka, taken for 2-3 times 15 minute apart might work. This is the clove shot remedy.

The amount for each of tumeric, cumin and ginger is often consumed at 1/8 teaspoon of each, often taken together. As to the timing, this depends whether the pain occurs during eating or after eating then it is consumed before eating. The condition of the stomach might be other issues, if that is so, then I would likely get a proper diagnosis from a doctor.


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