Information on Bowel dysbiosis

DescriptionOver 500 different organisms have been identified from the human gut. Many of these bacteria, fungi, yeasts and other organisms are beneficial; that is they produce digestive enzymes, lactic acid, and other protective compounds that keeps our bowels, and our body functioning well. Many pathogenic organisms also reside there, but will not overgrow and become a problem unless the bowel environment and our immune system become imbalanced. This is called dysbiosis. Overgrowth of Candida albicans, Giardia, other amoebas, bacteria, and other disease-causing organisms can produce digestive symptoms like pain, cramping, diarrhea, and interfere with our proper nutrition.
Treatment PlanEating traditional fermented foods on a regular basis like sauerkraut, yogurt, and kefir, and oral supplementation of a probiotic product like various Acidophilus species can help. A course of 10 days to 2 weeks of a broad-spectrum "anti-parasite" formula containing herbs that can kill or retard the growth of various pathogens can be designed by your holistic health practitioner.

Herbal Remedies for Bowel dysbiosis

HerbTreatment SupportApplication
Peruvian Barkantiparasitic, digestive stimulanttincture
Sweet Annieantiparasitic, antibacterialtincture, tea
Quassiaantiparastitic, digestive stimulanttincture, tea
Black Walnutantifungal, anticandidaltincture, tea, capsules
Andrographisantibacterial, antiviraltincture, capsules, tablets
Gingerbowel regulator, warming digestive aidtincture, tea, capsules, tablets