Most ulcers are caused by the Helicobacter pylori bacterium. It is sometimes called H. pylori for short. And doctors can test if this is the cause. If yes, then there are antibiotics that can kill the H pylori and cure the ulcer.
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Yes, ulcers are curable, with proper treatment. In addition, once cured, you should be more careful in using spicy food, certain types of pain killer tablets etc. so that it won't recur again.
Yes, just about everything is curable. Apple Cider Vinegar works well but taste horrible. You can try Ginger root and raw honey. Most stores carry Ginger root tea, so simple add a spoon or two to your cup of Ginger tea and drink 3 to 6 cups a day. Also, organic coconut oil is great for detoxing the system and repairing damage. Plus, if you have any parasites, They hate it! MSM is another option, which is just sulfur. It comes in powder and powder filled capsules. Sulfur is a natural mineral that is obtained thru natural plant foods, animal meats and rain water. Unfortunately, the way everything is grown now a days, the pesticides eat up 98% of the sulfur and if you live close to a city, rain water is also contaminated. its pretty cheap and can be used for just about anything. Even pets can use it in their food. Its wonderful for an all around healing mineral for inside and outside the body. Also great for pain!
by tnvrstar4 years ago
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