I twice beat H pylori without antibiotics, and you can, too.
There’s lots of scientific research showing natural methods work, but they have to be used properly.
To watch the vid, click the little triangle in the bottom left make sure the sound is on and turned up.
Dozens of foods, herbs and vitamins can fight H pylori, including garlic, broccoli sprouts, green tea, turmeric, ginger, cranberry, coconut, mastic gum, licorice, lactoferrin, and so on.
But it’s how you use them that counts.
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