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Saturday, February 23, 2013, 6:47pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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I was reading on Ask Dr. D about fucus for H. Pylori. I'm thinking of trying it since I'm allergic to mastic. Any thoughts on that? Dr. D said it's ok for A's to use it.

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Interesting.  I think the things that got rid of H.Pylori in me best were the Gastro D (which I realize is the thing you're staying away from).  Cultured vegetables, manuke honey, and a vibrational remedy.  That last one I think worked the best with the least amount of pain involved.  The others made me detox, but definitely helped my stomach.  


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What I understood from ER4YT was, that the sugar contained in Fucus vesiculosis is much preferred by the H. pylori, so when fed with the Fucus v., H. pylori immediately leaves the GI tract in peace and starts to feed on the weed instead. I started to take it for reflux and it has always been working like magic - 100%. This is not getting rid of the H. pylori though, just diverting it.


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