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Chronic Reflux, Scarring of Esophagus

Posted by Asif (UK) on 04/02/2007

Hello Ted I have read your contributions on Earth Clinic with much appreciation and interest. I have suffered from chronic reflux and cough for the last 3 years, endoscopies have revealed slight scarring in my osaphagus and i have been on various allopathic and homeopathic medicatons with no results to write home about. My lower osapghaul sphincter is weak hence the reflux, i am not overweight 83kgs and 5ft 11inc. I was wondering will the ACV with baking soda help with this problem, my concern is no matter the amount of acid in my stomach, if the sphincter is weak i will still have reflux right? Any reply gratefully anticipated, feel free to copy Earth Clinic in on this. Kindest regards, Asif (UK)

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Weak sphincter and scarring should mostly be helped with vitamin E 400 i.u. a day, some aloe vera juice, and magnesium chloride (250 mg) or magnesium citrate. Vitamin E and vitamin C sodium ascorbate 1000 mg both are required to aid in the healing of the stomach lining.

I am assuming the microbes staph like does not exist, if they do, magnesium chloride will kill them naturally and so will 1/4 teaspoon or 1/2 teaspoon of turmeric taken 3 times a day. There might be other organism such as candida, and fungus, but most of them are rid of whenever you alkalize. If it is not working just add a small pinch of borax to the drinking water, which is closer to about 1/16 teaspoon in 1 glass of water for minor mycobacterium causing this taken only for 2 or 3 days.