Today we're going to talk about how to clear the pathogens (disease-causing microorganisms like Candida yeast, viruses, bad bacteria etc.) from your gut.
Whether you have been diagnosed with IBD or IBS, or you just suffer from constipation or bloating, one thing is certain: your gut has too many bad bugs and not enough good bugs.
If you get too many pathogens (yeast, fungi, parasites, bad bacteria, mycobacterium, etc) in your bowel and not enough good bacteria, then your bowel will not function properly and will tend towards either constipation, spastic colon, or chronic diarrhea. The fastest way to remedy this problem and balance your gut flora is by first killing off the pathogens with a natural antimicrobial, then implanting good bacteria via probiotics.
Infection vs. Auto-Immune
Many gastroenterologists work from the premise that IBD is an auto-immune disease whereby, for some unknown reason, the body attacks itself - thus causing ulceration, lesions, bleeding, fistulas, etc. However, what if the body were actually attacking pathogenic microorganisms that have just not been identified yet?
There is a relatively new breed of microorganisms that have evolved that are actually bacterial-fungal hybrids called mycobacterium. Another new type of bacteria called mycoplasma can actually enter and reside in the plasma of cells, making both detection and elimination quite difficult.
In identifying a certain type of mycobacterium called Mycobacterium avium (sub-species paratuberculosis), scientists have found the only reliable test to be one which tests for the DNA of Mycobacterium avium, rather than the physical organism itself.
Personally, I suspect there is both an infectious and an auto-immune component to Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and you will have the highest degree of success if you treat for both (if you follow the protocols in my Listen To Your Gut book, you will address both components).
Antimicrobials - Kill The Nasties!
There are two ways to eliminate infectious microorganisms: antimicrobial drugs or substances, or high doses of probiotics. My protocols are unique in that they combine the two methods using 100% natural substances for maximum effectiveness in both eradicating infectious microorganisms, maintaining a healthy bacterial flora during antimicrobial treatment, and maintaining a healthy gut environment ongoing, for continued long-term health.
There are several natural antimicrobials you can consider. These include garlic, olive leaf extract, grapefruit seed extract and wild oregano oil. All of these substances also have varying levels of antibiotic, anti-viral, anti-yeast, anti-fungal and anti-parasitic activity. Of these, I have used wild oregano oil the most and, for me, it is the most potent and powerful, across the board. It is definitely the one I recommend you use. My second choice would be olive leaf extract. People with stubborn infections may get the best results from alternating the two: one dose wild oregano, the next dose olive leaf.
The Amazing Wild Oregano Oil
The only drawback to wild oregano oil is that - in spite of it being a powerful anti-inflammatory - it feels very 'hot' (like chili pepper hot) for about 2-3 minutes after you take it orally, therefore, it can be difficult to use, especially with children. However, I have worked out a way to take it so that you only feel the heat for a second or two, and even my four year old can take it this way.
So here's my first gift for you! Click on the link below to download your free copy of my eBook What You Need To Know About Wild Oregano Oil and begin your journey into fluency with a substance that will enable you to heal any infection, anywhere in your body, at any time!
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What's Wrong With Prescription Antibiotics?
Having said all that, you may be wondering why you can't just use drug antibiotics to clear infection in your gut. I don't advise this because antibiotics only kill ONE kind of pathogen: bacteria. They do not kill yeast, fungus, viruses, parasites, or mycobacteria - but wild oregano oil can!
The other serious drawback to drug antibiotics is that they kill all the bacteria, both good and bad, so there are no good bacteria left to hold Candida albicans (yeast) in check AND Candida proliferates like crazy during antibiotic treatment. However, if you use a broad-spectrum antimicrobial like wild oregano oil or olive leaf extract, it will kill off excess Candida as well as bad bacteria (and viruses, mycobacteria, parasites, etc.).
There's no point in getting rid of one pathogen (disease-causing organism) yet increasing and multiplying others, as your symptoms will likely stay the same or quickly revert back to previous levels.
Okay, that's it for Module #1 - be sure to download the free eBook and the rest of the modules will arrive shortly. I suggest you create a New Folder to store these emails in, as I'm sure you'll want to refer back to the information and protocols. Thanks again for being with me for the series.
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