Here’s a quick rundown of the natural supplements I took that helped me eradicate the H.pylori. These are the product brands and names along with the dosages my doctor had me take*. The doctor who recommended this regimen to me was a chiropractor who specialized in “functional medicine,” nutrition, other energetic therapies, and used Applied Kinesiology. If you find a good holistic chiropractor who also works with nutrition, they may carry these products. Call beforehand and find out. In fact, first ask if they have experience treating people with H. pylori. (This is not meant to be a recommended dosage for your own condition and you should seek the advice of your doctor.)
*Apex Energetics products are intended to be used by those who are under the care and supervision of a licensed health care professional.
Apex Energetics H-PLR (K-32) (is a natural antibiotic) 1-2 capsules 3X day with meals: Started with one, worked up to two.
(I couldn’t locate this product on the Apex Energetics website for some reason.)
Apex Energetics Gastro- ULC (contains Mastic Gum, known for killing h. pylori, and other herbs; this is supposed to help heal the gut). Took 2, 3 X day with each meal.
Biotics Research Corporation BioDoph-7 Plus (probiotic, to re-populate good bacteria) 2 capsules 3X day between meals.
Apex Energetics TerrainZyme HCL Prozyme (Hydrochloric acid and digestive enzyme) 1-2 with each meal.
In addition, I started taking Colloidal Silver per the recommendation of another chiropractor. I took a 10ppm colloidal silver, 2 tablespoons (1 ounce) 2X day for 16 days. This doctor told me he uses the Apex Energetics line too, but had better and faster results with the silver for H. pylori. I feel like all of the above contributed to healing. The silver I took was made by a local person. Just make sure and get one that’s in an amber glass bottle. And if you purchase a 500ppm or higher, obviously you would not take as much.
So, like I said: I re-tested for h.pylori (waiting at least 1 month after treatment) with the urea breath test (one of the more accurate tests for H.pylori) and the result was NEGATIVE.