Herbal Treatment for H-Pylori – An Alternative Treatment For Chronic Urticaria


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Recent clinical studies have concluded that patients with chronic idiopathic urticaria or h-pylori (the bacteria associated with inflammation of the stomach’s upper layer) respond better to an herbal treatment for h-pylori bacteria than to conventional medications. The recent study was conducted by the National Institute for Food and Drug Administration (NFFD) and published in the Annals of Internal Medicine. The research involved a total of eight patients with h-pylori infection who were prescribed one of four different formulations over a nine month period. During this period, the researchers observed a significant reduction in the number of outbreaks and severity of symptoms associated with h-pylori bacteria.

An Overview

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The researchers looked at the role that the herb milk thistle plays in the management of this condition. Milk thistle can be considered as a gentle form of herb that has been used by generations of healers to cure h-pylori bacteria and its associated conditions. One of the substances like dust that milk thistle contains is called silymarin. Silymarin is known to have strong anti inflammatory properties and it is therefore useful in easing the inflammation of the stomach and digestive tract that is characteristic of h-pylori infection. Silymarin also has a strong antiviral component and this makes it useful against virus infections, such as those that cause motion sickness.

Another substance found in milk thistle and that is helpful in the management of h-pylori infection is vitamin c. Vitamin c is known to stimulate the immune system and to promote healing of the stomach lining that has been damaged by stomach candida. It is therefore believed that vitamin c may be useful in the management of the condition. The investigators tested the effectiveness of vitamin C in two separate groups of volunteers; one group was given a dosage of vitamin C that was equivalent to the recommended adult dose while the other group was given a placebo. The results showed that the placebo group had significantly better stomach lining healing than did the group that received vitamin C in equivalent amounts.

Important Substance

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The other substance found in milk thistle that is useful for the treatment of h-pylori is vitamin b 17. This is known as vitamin B-12. In addition to treating h-pylori, vitamin b-12 is believed to be effective against other stomach disorders such as peptic ulcers and colitis. In tests, vitamin b-12 reduced the levels of inflammatory molecules associated with inflammation and infection in the stomach.

Silymarin and so are thought to act on the bacteria that causes h. pylori infections by stimulating the immune system. The probiotics in milk thistle are also thought to reduce the inflammation associated with h. pylori infections. These two substances have been tested in various types of experiments in different countries. In addition, results on more experimental subjects like people with GERD and ulcers were also obtained. A clinical trial, which involves more than 500 people with GERD or ulcers, is underway.

Best Substance

Another substance like shilajit is also used for the treatment of h. pylori infections. Shilajit has antiseptic and antibacterial properties that are similar to those of vitamin C. In addition to treating h. pylori, shilajit has other benefits in ulcer sufferers. This herbal substance can relieve the pain caused by stomach ulcers and gastrointestinal disorders. It also reduces nausea and vomiting. Shilajit can also help you feel more energetic. However, the exact effects of this substance on acid reflux are not yet clear.

The third substance, also, is also used for the treatment of h. pylori infection and chronic idiopathic urticaria. Dmso is also known as Indian ginseng. This herb is well-known for its antiseptic and antibiotic properties. It is a powerful anti-inflammatory and can ease the pain brought about by gastro-intestinal disorders, stomach ulcers and gastric reflux.

Conclusion

Many studies have shown that there is a relationship between hypoglycemia and gerd or the chronic idiopathic urticaria and diabetes. Because of this link, diosgenin is used in Germany and Japan for the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers and the prevention of hyperemesis gravidarum in patients with asthma. Hypoglycemic agents like somatropin and metformin hydrochloride are also used for the treatment of pylori and dyspepsia. The main mechanism of action of diosgenin is inhibition of glucose uptake by the peripheral blood cells. It also acts on platelets and leucocytes to reduce proliferation of the germ cells. This mechanism may be very useful in the prevention and treatment of hyperemesis gravidarum and chronic idiopathic urticaria.

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