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Re: mastic gum and h pylori?


i just saw a post about mastic gum for treating h. pylori...

i am not sure if i have h. pylori, but i think i might because i seem to have some issue with flora in my stomach or duodenum it feels like

either warm uncomfortable and itchy in that region (upper left quadrant), or especially cold

i really cant eat grains at all without adverse reactions...sugar seems to be less of a cause.

when i get bad digestion (usually from eating grains or bad food combinations) i get a sort of coating covering the back part of my tongue, it seems to be secreting some kind of sour acid that tastes like carbonation...any idea what this taste is or whats causing it? is it actually excess carbonic acid? or uric acid? or...

do y'all think its likely that i have h. pylori? i dont have the excess stomach acid like ive heard it causes but i also eat a diet very low or exclusive of foods i am sensitive to, such as wheat, vinegar, peanuts, citric acid (aspergillis niger), and most grains.

are there other organisms that specialise in the duodenum...should i try the mastic gum? can it hurt?

this magnesium-malate helpps with ATP formation...does it help releive fatigue? or what are its main functions?

any info would help, thank you all

to health!

~ruff
 

 
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