IBS WITH DIARRHOEA
For IBS with diarrhoea, substitute the Colon Cleanse A from the above protocol with the following:
SAC BOULARDII – high strength probiotic yeast with three active herbals
A high-strength saccharomyces boulardii yeast which works as a probiotic by colonising the intestinal tract and supporting the growth of friendly bacteria. One of the key features of this form of beneficial yeast is that it is able to survive stomach acid. It is a hardy, acid-resistance, temperature-tolerant, micro-organism which is not affected by either antibacterial agents or antibiotics. What’s more, yeast cells are larger in size compared to bacteria, which gives saccharomyces boulardii more coverage in the gut. It is also designed to support digestive health and a strong immune system. The fact that this unique form also includes clove bud, aged garlic and olive leaf, makes it ideal for fighting against candida albicans and other gastrointestinal upsets.
How it works:
Saccharomyces boulardii yeast was first isolated from lychee and mangosteen fruit in the 1920s by a French scientist called Henri Boulard. He had observed natives of South East Asia chewing the skin of these fruits to help control cholera.
It is a unique, non-pathogenic and tropical yeast (fungus), which can support health in a number of ways. Most notably, it supports gastrointestinal tract function, whether used alone or in combination with other probiotics, by helping to increase intestinal populations of good bacteria and decreasing numbers of disease-causing organisms by competing for space and food. Although it is in the same genus as Saccharomyces cerevisiae (baker’s, brewer’s or dietary yeast), Saccharomyces boulardii is not linked to the Candida species (Candida albicans, tropicalas, etc.), Crohn’s disease or any other disease. Unlike most other probiotics, which are bacteria based, Saccharomyces boulardii is a yeast, yet it is still classified as a probiotic supplement because its beneficial organisms are able to survive stomach acid and colonise the intestinal tract. There, they support the growth of friendly bacteria and a healthy balance of gut microflora, digestive health and a strong immune system.
Clove bud powder: A natural carminative, as well as a warming stimulant, powerful antiseptic, anti-neuralgic, anti-histaminic and mild anti-spasmodic. It is also often used for digestive problems like flatulence, diarrhoea, dyspepsia and worms. Cloves contain one of the most powerful germicidal agents in the herb kingdom. They help to kill off intestinal parasites and act as an antimicrobial agent against fungi and bacteria.
Aged Garlic Extract: Garlic (Allium sativa) is a broad spectrum antibiotic, capable of fighting infection and killing a wide variety of fungi (more than 60), bacteria (more than 20), viruses, protozoa, parasites and amoebas. This is largely because of its active constituents, allicin and ajoene. Once garlic is chopped or crushed, allicin is formed. It has antibacterial, anti-fungal and antiparasitic activity, which is one of the main reasons that garlic has traditionally been used in enemas to rid the colon of intestinal parasites. Ajoene is known to have effective broad-spectrum antimicrobial properties, helpful to prevent yeast infections and overgrowth (Candida albicans). Garlic has a history of killing parasites and controlling secondary fungal infections, detoxifying while gently stimulating elimination and has antioxidant properties to protect against oxidation caused by parasite toxins. Instead of using heat, aged garlic extract is aged naturally for months. This natural ageing process adds greatly to the value of garlic: the harsh and irritating compounds are significantly reduced; the pungent odour is reduced; and sulphur-containing compounds, such as alliin and allicin, are converted to many other sulphur-containing compounds, which are mainly water-soluble.is
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Olive leaf extract: An excellent antimicrobial against many species of virus and bacteria, olive leaf is a bitter substance produced by the olive tree, but eliminated from olives once they are cured. For about 4,000 years, countries of the Mediterranean, as well as those bordering, have chopped up olive leaves in liquid or salad form to prevent and treat parasitic infections. Olive leaf is also effective against fungi, moulds, worms and bacteria and can be used for yeast infections. It even proved to be superior to quinine for treating malaria, but not as easy to administer, so quinine became the preferred treatment. Studies in the 1960s confirmed that olive leaf extract has the ability to counteract the malaria protozoa.