Helicobacter pylori is a common stomach bacteria affecting 70 of the world population. Although, for some people it doesn’t show any symptoms or cause any ulcers, for others this bacteria can cause ulcers in the stomach lining, or in the upper part of the small intestine, and if not treated can even lead to stomach cancer.

The Best Natural Remedy For Stomach Bacteria (Helicobacter Pylori)

Helicobacter pylori is a type of bacteria that live in the stomach. Its presence is associated with an onset of inflammation and irritation, in the stomach (gastritis), ulcers of the duodenum or the stomach. In some cases, this bacteria can lead to stomach cancer.

Fortunately, this bacteria can be eradicated effectively by following good health habits.

One of the most effective natural solutions for Helicobacter pylori is figs in olive oil. To prepare this remedy, you need a few figs cut into quarters and soaked in cold pressed olive oil.

You should let the figs sit in the olive oil for, at least, six weeks before start using it. As a medicine, you should take one teaspoon of this remedy every morning on an empty stomach. If you can’t wait for six weeks, and you need an urgent treatment, then make a smaller amount and use it after one week. Such a remedy may not have the same medicinal properties, but definitely, it will be useful.

Additionally, when it comes to effective treatment of this common bacteria, it is essential to avoid hot and sour foods and processed meat products. Stick to a diet based on fresh foods and cooked foods.

The combination is also effective in the treatment of other conditions such as constipation, hemorrhoids, infertility, intestinal problems, bronchitis, asthma, etc.

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Helicobacter pylori is a common stomach bacteria affecting 70 of the world population. Although, for some people it doesn’t show any symptoms or cause any ulcers, for others this bacteria can cause ulcers in the stomach lining, or in the upper part of the small intestine, and if not...