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One type of alternative medicine is treatment with herbs, vegetables and fruits. Each plant product has its own healing qualities that positively affect the human body and contribute to the treatment of dysbacteriosis. Due to the fact that dysbacteriosis is one of the causes of the inflammatory process in the intestine, treatment with herbs that have anti-inflammatory, enveloping, astringent and antispasmodic effect is shown.
Many doctors and healers with dysbacteriosis recommend the use of 1-2 medicinal herbs. This is completely wrong. It is proved that each drug acts only on a certain group of pathogenic bacteria. To affect the entire pathogenic microflora, the range of phytoncide plants should be quite wide. I will give a minimum list of herbal products recommended for dysbacteriosis.
Lingonberry inhibits the growth of fungi of the genus Candida.
Apricot weakens the processes of fermentation, affects proteus, staphylococcus, enterococcus, klebsiella, and pseudomonas bacillus.
Pomegranate juice affects the bacteria of the dysenteric group, escherichia.
Strawberries weakens the growth of staphylococcus, streptococcus, enterococcus.
Cornel juice acts on the bacteria of the dysenteric group, salmonella.
Cranberry prevents fermentation, affects Proteus, Salmonella, Klebsiella, Shigella.
Barberry affects staphylococcus, streptococcus, bacteria of dysenteric group, enterococcus.
Raspberry weakens the growth of Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Enterococcus, Shigella.
Bilberry weakens the growth of staphylococcus, enterococcus, shigella, protea, klebsiella.
Rose hips reduce the growth of staphylococcus, Escherichia.
Chokeberry has a general antimicrobial effect.
Black currant - antimicrobial action, affects staphylococcus, enterococcus, proteus.
Onions reduce the growth of Escherichia.
Carnation affects Escherichia, Proteus, Klebsiella, Pseudomonas bacillus, fungi of the genus Candida.
Apples weaken the growth of Proteus, Klebsiella, Shigella.
Garlic acts on Proteus, Klebsiella, has particularly strong phytoncidal properties.
It is recommended to use 4 or more cloves of garlic per day. Within 1–2 weeks on an empty stomach, 1–2 cloves are eaten one hour before meals.
Horseradish has an antimicrobial effect, acts on Proteus, Klebsiella, Pseudomonas bacillus.
Dill weakens the growth of Protea, Klebsiella.
Cumin affects Proteus, Klebsiella.
Black radish weakens the growth of Proteus, Klebsiella, Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Chilli pepper affects Proteus, Klebsiella, fungi.
Carrots weaken the growth of salmonella, clostridia, fungi of the genus Candida, protozoa.
Cinnamon affects Escherichia, Proteus, Klebsi-Ellu, Pseudomonas bacillus, Candida fungi. Wormwood kills purulent infection.
Hypericum, mountaineer, calendula, chamomile, thyme, sage, eucalyptus, alder, yarrow, rhizome, myrtle, walnut are also effective against inflammations.
It is best used in the treatment of dysbacteriosis herbal, which have a combined effect: restore the intestinal microflora and directly treat the gastrointestinal tract.
The combination of herbs with lactose (milk sugar, which is the main food for the natural microflora) is also recommended.
For dysbacteriosis, preparations containing chamomile and lactose (milk sugar) help very well. The effect of chamomile on the intestinal wall is double - reducing inflammation of the mucous membrane and eliminating spasms.
The relaxing effect of chamomile on the intestinal wall is superior to such a powerful medicine as papaverine. Therefore, chamomile infusion is recommended for patients with a tendency to intestinal spasms. Lactose also contributes to the rapid reproduction of beneficial microflora. Especially important chamomile tincture for intestinal colitis, as well as with such a widespread phenomenon as "enlarged belly", which is associated with chronic "edema." Chamomile normalizes intestinal peristalsis, stool. It can eliminate stomach cramps and flatulence.
The best means capable of not affecting the normal intestinal flock are the representatives of the lichen family: Icelandic (moss) tsetraria, parmelia, alpine cladonia, bearded usnea.
The basis of their action is a powerful herbal antibiotic: usnic acid.
Lichens have several other properties that make them a good cure for dysbacteriosis.
First, lichens are characterized by a high content of mucus-forming substances, which have excellent adsorption properties. This is exactly what we need to implement the second stage in the treatment of dysbiosis. The mucus binds toxins well in the intestinal lumen and removes them from the body. In addition, mucus, enveloping the intestinal mucosa, create a kind of protective layer that protects from damage and creates conditions for the rapid healing of ulcers and erosive defects, if any (for example, in ulcerative colitis or dysentery).
Secondly, lichens are composed of a large number of vegetable bitterness, which also have an antibacterial effect. But their main advantage is the ability to stimulate gastrointestinal secretion. This is a very important point in the treatment, because if the digestive juices are small, the food splits badly and in an unchanged form enters the intestine, where it causes putrefaction and fermentation processes. Bitterness also normalizes metabolic processes in the intestinal wall, which is the basis of the third stage in the treatment of dysbiosis.
Third, there is a lot of iodine in lichens, which makes them indispensable in the treatment of thyroid dysfunction. The fact is that with its diseases with a decrease in function, a tendency to constipation develops. In such a situation, the course of dysbiosis is aggravated.
Fourthly, in lichens there are a lot of (up to 80% of the total mass of thallus) easily digestible carbohydrates that do not cause fermentation dyspepsia. This point is very important in the treatment of children with allergic skin diseases, as they often do not tolerate normal food sugars and react to them with an exacerbation.
The listed properties of lichens make them indisputable leaders in the treatment of dysbacteriosis. But at the same time, they are not the only means of treatment, but one of the main components of antibacterial therapy, since the spectrum of the antimicrobial activity of lichens is still limited. Therefore, as part of medical fees should be another two or three components of antibacterial herbs.
In the treatment of dysbiosis use silver and copper.
Bactericidal and antiviral properties of silver have long been known. Nevertheless, new information about the antibiotic properties of silver water used in the treatment of a wide variety of infectious, inflammatory and oncological diseases has recently just gushed with an avalanche. An aqueous solution of silver, obtained by electrolysis and called "silver water", began to be applied in the 20s. XX century. For its manufacture is used the device "Ionator". The source of silver in it are silver rods. Each of them can be a cathode or an anode depending on the connection. This water can be used instead of antibiotics, it has a much greater antimicrobial activity. Silver water can also be a supplement to herbal medicine.
In official medicine, various silver preparations are well known. Among them are Collargol, Protargol, Lapis (for the treatment of wounds and mucous membranes) and others.
Analysis of the therapeutic properties of copper and silver shows that they are recommended most often for some diseases - as an anti-inflammatory and anti-infective agent, as well as for joint and skin diseases, diabetes and oncology.
It can be argued that these two metals have a similar effect. In addition, they, apparently, contribute to the work of each other, that is, are synergists. Using synergistic drugs, you can achieve a reduction in the required dose of medication. This is especially important in oncology, when the silver concentration necessary to achieve the medicinal effect must be sufficiently high (one might say, on the verge of toxicity).
Therefore, there is reason to use drugs of silver and copper together or alternate their use.
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