Symptoms of an H. pylori infection may include:

  • An ache, gnawing or burning pain in your abdomen
  • Leaky gut, inflammation and IBS
  • Gallbladder issues
  • Feeling uncomfortably full after eating, and like food isn’t moving through easily
  • Nausea
  • Loss of appetite
  • Frequent burping (especially right after you eat)
  • Bloating
  • Weight loss
  • Bad breath

Infection with H. pylori is common. About two-thirds of the world’s population has it in their bodies. It’s spread through contaminated food, water or utensils (ahem, those bathroom signs insisting restaurant staff must wash their hands), or through exchanging a wet kiss with infected saliva. These germs embed in the lining of your stomach or the upper part of your small intestine, disrupting digestion. For some people, an infection can lead to peptic ulcers, gastritis or even stomach cancer.

A simple blood test can detect antibodies against H. pylori. That’s what I did.

Most people don’t realize they are infected with the bacteria, H. pylori until they start having symptoms. That was me. I first started having symptoms in my twenties: ulcers, heartburn, difficulty digesting food, bloating and pain. My doctor prescribed me Antacids like Zantac and Prilosec. I kept Tums in my purse and popped them like candy. I drank Pepto-Bismol like it was a chalky, gross milkshake. Alka-Seltzer was another lackluster remedy, it made my drink fizzy but didn’t make me feel much better. 

After months of costly holistic medical treatments, killing off parasites, bacteria and yeasts in my body, and a complete overhaul of my diet (buh-bye Diet Coke and coffee with two sugars), my digestion improved dramatically. No more heartburn or ulcers!

Many years later, after a bout of chronic stress, the symptoms returned. After doing some research online, I felt sure what my problem was. I asked my doctor for validation, to test me for H. pylori. The test came back positive.

I knew what my medical options would be, and I didn’t want to take the same prescriptions, knowing the side effects and that they didn’t really fix the problem, only took some edge off the symptoms. I researched alternatives, and that’s when I discovered Matula tea.

Easy Steps. The directions were easy: boil water, steep the bag for five minutes, and drink one cup before breakfast and one cup after dinner. I followed the directions to completion: 30 days. Did I think the claims may be too good to be true? Yes. Did I still have some faith? Yes. What helped? The makers have a money-back guarantee and report 98% effectiveness in their tea.

What It Was Like. I felt great drinking the tea, it tasted earthy. My energy increased, my digestion improved, I felt more focused. The only side effect was I had difficulty sleeping if I drank it too close to bedtime, probably because of the Licorice root in it. Keep in mind, I can barely tolerate any caffeine, a small piece of late night chocolate will have the same effect for me.

The Results Are In! The proof was in my next lab test. The infection was gone! Not only was H. pylori gone, so was my diagnosis of autoimmune Pernicious Anemia! My intuition told me the autoimmune response in my stomach was being triggered by the H. pylori infection. I was right! To prevent another H. pylori infection, I’m cautious about restaurants I dine in, drink lemon water before or after I eat, take digestive enzymes, and HCL with proteins and heavy meals.

Price Breakdown: Why it’s worth it.

Cost of one 30-day supply of Matula Tea that cured my H. pylori infection: $169.

Cost of integrative medical treatments to fix the problem: $200-500 per visit (it takes more than one visit!)

Matula Tea is a 100% natural product (no GMO’s or allergens like yeast, wheat or soy) and may be taken safely with other medications. Scientifically proven anti bacterial properties of Matula Tea eradicate all strains of H. pylori.

Prolonged usage of Matula Tea has shown to be very beneficial to people who are suffering from Candida overgrowth in the intestines as well as effectively relieving symptoms associated with acid reflux (GERD).

  • Regulates the production of stomach acids which promotes the healing of heartburn and reflux disease.
  • Aids in rebuilding the protective mucus lining of the stomach.
  • Promotes the healing of damaged tissues.
  • Non Toxic – it is as safe as a normal cup of herbal tea.
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