Helicobacter Pylori Natural Treatment Cure

In this article, we will talk about h pylori treatment by Grocare

Xembran is a natural product. It regulates stomach acid to break down the food properly for complete digestion. Xembran also makes the digestive system stronger naturally. The body then starts to heal on its own, rather than make you rely on ant-acids and antibiotics. Xembran is the first herbal formulation designed to eliminate Helicobacter Pylori infection in the body. Being completely herbal in nature, it does not have any side effects. When H pylori dies, it releases many toxins known as die off symptoms. It is classified as Herxheimer reaction. Some patients can experience these symptoms for which Acidim is given. This helps maintain a regular lifestyle and balance pH levels naturally so that the bacteria is eradicated easily.

Usually medical practitioners prescribe Proton pump inhibitors and antibiotics as the first line of treatment in H Pylori. However the US FDA has issued several announcements that PPIs should not be consumed for over 14 days thrice a year as they may cause osteoporosis and other side effects. You can read this safety announcement here: https://www.fda.gov/Drugs/DrugSafety/ucm213206.htm

Regarding Antibiotics for bacterial issues: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4635158/ – This study shows that with time antibiotics are becoming ineffective at eradicating the bacteria. Moreover, there are also many cases that report recurring symptoms after antibiotic treatment of H pylori and their tests showing negative results.


What is H. pylori?

pylori (Helicobacter pylori) is a bacteria that attacks the lining of the stomach. Many H. pylori infections are considered harmless. But the bacteria can cause stomach ulcers and damage to the small intestines.

pylori bacteria are spiral-shaped germs that enter your body. They are passed from person to person in saliva, fecal matter, and vomit. Normally your immune system can fight them off. In some cases, they enter the intestines and stay there. If they remain in the body they can cause infections, which may lead to stomach cancer.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, state that h pylori is responsible for up to 80 percent gastric ulcers and 90 percent duodenal ulcers.


  • Bloating
  • Nausea
  • Burning sensations in the abdomen
  • A loss of appetite
  • Frequent belching
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Unexplained weight loss

Approximately two thirds of the world’s population has H. pylori in their bodies. H pylori only makes some people sick, or cause them to display symptoms. The harmful bacteria is often passed through contaminated water or food. The main concern is that the bacteria can alter the body and its immunity. A helicobacter pylori test is usually conducted to determine the growth and count of bacteria. However in our experience we have seen many cases where the patient may be suffering from the symptoms but when a helicobacter pylori test is conducted the results are negative. This is because of the low efficiency of helicobacter pylori tests and the fact that there are more than 6 types of tests for the same, most of them inconclusive.

As the bacteria continue to grow in the body they cause a number of health concerns, creating toxins. H. pylori typically colonizes the host for life unless specific treatment is given. Though this bacteria can be harmless to some, there are a list of diseases that are worsened by H. pylori’s presence.


What Causes H. pylori? 

The source of H. pylori is still unclear. There are no formal recommendations from the CDC to prevent it. They encourage you to practice good hygiene by frequently washing your hands and properly preparing your food.


How is H. pylori Normally Treated?

Though our bodies contain a host of both good and bad bacteria, H. pylori is often treated with antibiotics in order to lessen its damaging effects on the stomach and intestines. These antibiotics can cause several negative side effects and further health problems, however, including:

  • Nausea
  • Diarrhea
  • Loss of appetite
  • Antibiotic resistance

Most antibiotic treatments fail to kill off all the H. pylori bacteria, though, and over time they simply grow back. You can think of it like treating other pests in your home, like roaches. If you don’t kill them all, and a few remain, they can reproduce and soon you’ll have more roaches again.

Antibiotics often used to treat H. pylori include:

  • amoxicillin
  • tetracycline
  • metronidazole
  • clarithromycin

But there are many more.

Sadly, if the first round of antibiotics doesn’t get rid of 90 percent of the H. pylori bacteria, your doctor will usually prescribe a second round, which rarely kills off the germs completely, and you have begun a furious cycle of creating antibiotic resistance in your body.

H. Pylori and Cancer

pylori bacteria in their worst forms, can cause certain types of stomach cancer, and gastric cancers.

As cancer.org details,

“. . . to survive in the harsh, acidic environment of the stomach, H. pylori secretes an enzyme called urease, which converts to the chemical urea to ammonia. The production of ammonia around H. pylori neutralizes the acidity of the stomach, making it more hospitable for the bacterium. In addition, the helical [spiral] shape of H. pylori allows it to burrow into the mucus layer, which is less acidic than the inside space, or lumen, of the stomach. H. pylori can also attach to the cells that line the inner surface of the stomach.”

It is in this way that H. pylori begins to interfere with the normal immune response which is also responsible for preventing the mutation of normal cells into cancerous cells.

H pylori has been prove to directly cause Gastric cancer which is the second most common cause of cancer-related deaths in the world.

Though not every case of H. pylori will develop into a gastric or stomach cancer, its presence greatly contributes to altered immunity.


Antiacids and H. Pylori – why you should not take Omeprazole, Esomeprazole and other PPIs 

Medical Practitioners typically prescribe an anti-acid medicine for those suffering from an H.pylori infection but this doesn’t really address the root cause, and can actually damage the body further.

“Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are a group of drugs whose main action is a pronounced and long-lasting reduction of gastric acid production. This is a common anti-acid drug that will be given to people suffering from H. pylori, or stomach ulcers. Within the class of medications, there is no clear evidence that one agent works better than another.

They are prescribed mainly for treatment of the following:

  • Acid reflux
  • GERD
  • Gastro intestinal disease
  • Acidity
  • Hiatal hernia

On the contrary, there are more than 16,000 articles in medical literature suggesting that suppressing stomach acid will not prevent stomach ulcers, or address the real problem.

These medicines only temporarily treat the symptoms, without addressing the cause. Prescription medicines like Nexium, Prilosec, and Prevacid were originally designed to treat a very limited range of severe problems. They don’t address a bacterial infection or poor gut health, which is the root problem which must be detected and corrected.



Alternative Methods of Treating H. pylori

Natural remedies become even more important in light of these facts, when you are trying to cure an H. pylori infection.


There is scientific evidence suggesting that diet can greatly deter H. pylori from reproducing. Specific foods can help to balance the good and bad bacteria in the intestinal tract, making it an inhospitable place for H. pylori and other undesirable bacteria to grow.

Diet, no matter what treatments you decide to use – a conventional method utilizing antibiotics or Grocare’s all natural treatment which we will discuss in a moment – is absolutely vital in curing a bacterial infection of any kind.

Gut health is closely related to immune health, and immune health is all about what kinds of foods you put into your body

These foods include:

  • Honey and Propolis – People who eat honey and propolis are less prone to pylori colonization of their guts. Manuka honey seems to have the most antibacterial properties.

  • Broccoli Sprouts – Research published in the journal, Digestive Diseases and Sciences found that seven of nine patients (78%) who ate broccoli sprouts twice daily for a week were tested negative for pylori in their stool.

  • Probiotics – eating probiotics that occur naturally in foods like yoghurt or kefir reduce the overall pathogenic effect of any bacterial infection, including pylori.

  • Prebiotics – Prebiotics are related to probiotics. The more prebiotics you eat, which occur naturally in many foods, the more “food” healthy probiotics have to eat. Some common prebiotic foods that support gut health include raw Jerusalem artichoke, chicory root, dandelion greens, onions, wheat bran, bananas, asparagus, garlic and leeks.

  • Green tea – A 2009 study on mice showed that green tea can help kill and slow the growth of Helicobacter bacteria. Green tea is also good for preventing inflammation, which negatively affects our healthy gut flora.

  • Olive Oil – Studies have shown that organic extra virgin olive oil helps to eradicate the presence of pylori bacteria.

  • Licorice Root – Licorice has been used as a remedy for stomach upset and ulcers for hundreds, if not thousands of years. One study found that the root doesn’t kill the bacteria directly, but prevents it from sticking to cell walls, which makes it easier for your body to dispose of.
  • Turmeric – This amazing herb, the root or rhizome turmeric has been show to stop H. pylori and other bacteria that can make people extremely ill due to its natural antibacterial and antiviral effects.

  • Probiotics– Probiotic supplement can also be taken if you don’t get enough probiotics from the foods you eat. Probiotics help replenish good bacteria, and can reduce your risk of developing a yeast overgrowth. Good bacteria like Lactobacillus acidophilus seems to provide the best results.



Many people have heard of the gut-brain connection, but what about the gut-sleep connection? There are somewhere around 100 trillion microbes living in our bodies. The largest collection of them are found in our intestines – that’s why you hear the term “gut health” so often. It is in our intestines that trillions of microscopic organisms live and die, while also exerting a profound effect on our own health.

Strangely, these microbes behave differently when we are tired and worn out from a lack of sleep. Our mood, sleep-wake cycles, hormones, stress levels, and immunity are all affected by sleep. When we don’t get enough of it, we can’t fight bacterial or other infections like H. pylori.



Though your doctor will likely prescribe you an anti-acid medication if you have an H. pylori infection, this is the wrong thing to do.

Those stomach acids are extremely important so that your body can metabolize the food you eat.

More importantly, low stomach acid has been linked to the growth of H. pylori!

Two Australian scientists, Barry Marshall and Robin Warren, won a Nobel Prize for discovering that the bacteria plays a role in the formation of gastric ulcers (peptic ulcers) and chronic gastritis. It’s since been established that H. pylori is associated with not only ulcers but also with stomach cancer and gastric lymphoma.

One way to make sure you keep your stomach acid relatively high is to eat the proper foods, and eat in a timely manner. That’s because every time you eat a meal, your stomach is primed to make more acid, in preparation for digestion of that food. Eat smaller meals around the clock, or a large breakfast and smaller dinner so that you are not expecting your stomach to go on full ‘digest’ mode when you are about to go to sleep at night.

When you sleep at night the body cleans house – it doesn’t need to worry itself with the digestion of food.

You also need to stop taking medications that reduce acid in the stomach. These may help you feel better temporarily, but in the long term, you are only making the root cause worse. You can also avoid the painful side effects that many of these medicines can cause as well as damage to your liver and other organs.



H. Pylori Treatment 

First, you will want to get rid of this irritating and drug resistant bacteria H Pylori.

The next step is to provide a proper boost to your enzymes. This will help the digestive system break down the food you eat properly. A good product includes acids and enzymes similar to those naturally produced by the stomach.

Xembran is a natural product. It increases stomach acid to break down the food properly for complete digestion. Xembran also makes the digestive system stronger naturally. The body then starts to heal on its own, rather than make you rely on ant-acids and antibiotics. Xembran is the first herbal formulation designed to eliminate Helicobacter Pylori infection in the body. Being completely herbal in nature, it does not have any side effects.

When H pylori dies, it releases many toxins known as die off symptoms. It is classified as Herxheimer reaction. Some patients can experience these symptoms for which Acidim is given. This helps maintain a regular lifestyle and balance pH levels naturally so that the bacteria is eradicated easily.

Follow a sound diet, incorporate the foods listed herein, and get plenty of rest. Eat small meals, with the largest being first thing in the morning. Spend time in nature, as this too, helps to boost immunity. By following these protocols you can reverse an H. pylori infection for good, and know that it will never return.