My daughter has recently been diagnosed with Barrett's esophagitis, a very small hiatal hernia, and H. pylori. She is almost done with her second round of extremely strong antibiotics and there is no change in her condition. I have purchased colloidal silver in the form of Silver Hydrosol. a large container of raw unfiltered honey, turmeric curcumin 1000 milligrams, ginger 200 micrograms, and BioPerine capsules 10 milligrams. How much should I give each of these substances?
I went through your query and understood your concern.
Helicobacter pylori may cause acid reflux which leads to pharyngitis. I suggest she take one tablet of these medications twice daily with honey after meals. You should also add some other Ayurvedic medicines like Avipattikara Churna (Amla, Bibhitaki, Haritaki) one teaspoon twice daily with normal water after meals. I also suggest she take a good Ayurvedic herbal syrup of two teaspoons twice daily before food. Along with these medications, she should follow some precautions like avoiding spicy and fried junk foods. Avoid cold drinks and ice cream. Kindly consult a specialist, talk with them, and take medicines with their consent.
I hope this has helped you.
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