Treating H. pylori Symptoms While Curing the Disease
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If you suffer from Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) or Heartburn, you can use your CDS / MMS kit to not only kill Helicobacter pylori infection, but also to treat the uncomfortable symptoms of heartburn and acid reflux.
CDS / MMS is a substance that is famous worldwide for its ability to kill H. pylori in the water supply as a water purifier using only tiny doses. It also works to kill H. pylori in the body. But only a few people have realized that they can use just the Hydrochloric Acid Activator to quell their symptoms of GERD, heartburn, and H. pylori infection so I want to talk about that briefly here.
How to Cure H. pylori Symptoms
Though doctors typically prescribe medicines like Proton Pump Inhibitors or Histamine Blockers to reduce stomach acid when patients come in to the clinic complaining about H. pylori indicators like heartburn of GERD symptoms, often the discomfort of having acid bubbling up into the esophagus is caused not by too much acid in the stomach, but rather, too little. You see, the stomach has receptors that are aware of the hydrochloric acid levels as you eat meals or lay down to rest at night. These receptors tell the bottom part of the tube that leads from the mouth to the stomach, known as the esophagus, when to squeeze shut and when to stay open. Where the esophagus connects to the stomach, there is a sphincter that resembles in some ways, the sphincter at the anus that holds poop in the rectum until the proper time to release it. This esophageal sphincter squeezes shut in a similar way in response to high acid levels in the stomach to keep acid in the stomach from rising up into the esophagus.
Often, patients who have acid bubbling up into their esophagus have acid levels in the stomach that are too low which means that the esophageal sphincter never closes all the way. Why is the acid in the stomach so low? H. pylori prefers a more alkaline environment with lower acid levels. So if you have an H. pylori infection, your stomach may be producing too little acid to close the sphincter that leads into the stomach. If this happens, acid will bubble up into the esophagus when you eat or when you lie down to rest. Note that acid reflux can cause an annoying back pain behind the shoulder blade that will go away once the esophagus has time to heal.
Using CDS to Cure H. pylori Infection
If you have an H. pylori infection, you can use CDS / MMS to cure the disease. CDS is used as a water purification agent throughout the world, in part because it is one of few non-toxic substances that can purify water at very low doses to kill this super-resistant microorganism. H. pylori dies at fairly low concentrations of CDS, so if you take medicinal doses of CDS, you should notice a significant improvement in your health. Consider doing the Protocol 1000 PLUS to cure H. pylori within about 3 weeks.
Using Hydrochloric Acid 4-5% to Treat Heartburn and GERD
If you have heartburn even though you eat healthy foods, consider using the HCl 4-5% activator in your CDS kit to increase acid levels in the stomach just a bit before every meal. Most people who use this technique report that 4 to 8 drops of HCl 4-5% is sufficient to significantly reduce their GERD and heartburn symptoms by increasing acid levels in the stomach high enough to cause the esophagus to close.
The Citric Acid activator will not work in the same way as hydrochloric acid because the stomach releases hydrochloric acid to digest food, not citric acid. There are hydrochloric acid and pepsin pills available in supplement form that people take to not only enhance their digestion but also to treat heartburn, acid reflux, and GERD.
Note that just taking the hydrochloric acid (HCl) activator will not treat your H. pylori infection. You will need to take activated doses of Chlorine Dioxide to cure H. pylori. The HCl activator can support you through the process of curing H. pylori by reducing some of the uncomfortable symptoms associated with the disease.
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