Do you have a hiatal hernia? It is believed that as many as 90% of the American population has one. This type of hernia is located at the pyloric valve, the base of the esophagus and at the top of the stomach. Common symptoms of a hiatal hernia include:
Shortness of breath
Difficulty swallowing herbs or pills
Feeling of a knot in your stomach
Tender spot immediately below the sternum
Strangely enough, most experience few of these symptoms. What does this have to do with cancer? A hiatal hernia is a bubble that can keeps your food and enzymes from properly getting into the stomach. It also restricts the nerves from sending messages to the brain that the stomach needs more enzymes. The result is that your food does not properly digest.
When foods are not digested in the stomach they putrefy thus creating a toxic environment. The hernia keeps the pyloric valve from closing, thus causing one to experience acid reflux. These symptoms are commonly treated with drugs like Prilosec, Pepcid AC etc., which helps with the symptoms, but does not heal the stomach. The end result is that the acid eats away the mucous lining in the esophagus and stomach, creating a host for bacteria and possible cancer later on.
For the hernia to heal, I suggest rubbing Essence of Lobelia on the stomach and pulling the hernia down manually. If you do not know how to manually pull a hiatal hernia down you can find this information in the articles section of our web site and there are videos on the subject available as well. Don’t forget that you need to address the underlying issue, causing the hernia, for it to completely heal. If steps are not taken to allow the hernia to heal, the door is open for Helicobacter Pylori (HP) to come in and inhabit the exposed esophagus and stomach.
HP is a spiral shaped bacterium that lives in the stomach and duodenum. The stomach is protected from the gastric juices by a mucous layer that covers the inside of the stomach. In this protective lining, the Helicobacter pylori find a home. The immune system responds to the invasion, but seems to be incapable of penetrating the mucous layer. The conventional treatment for Helicobacter Pylori is antibiotics. While antibiotics destroy most of the bacteria, some survive and become resistant to the treatment. Helicobacter pylori are the only bacteria linked to stomach cancer, in part by causing ulcers (Martin J. Blaser; Scientific American Feb. 96). H. Pylori can be transmitted by oral contact due to gastro-esophageal reflux and belching, which are common symptoms of gastritis. It also can be transmitted by contaminated food or water.
Dogs and cats have their own special type of Helicobacter pylori. This type has been found in humans also, and thus can be transmitted by your pets. Avoid letting your animals lick you or your children, and make sure to wash your hands frequently if you have pets.
Each year, about 24,000 people in the U.S. learn that they have cancer of the stomach. Stomach cancer (gastric cancer) can grow along the stomach wall into the esophagus or small intestine. It also can extend through the stomach wall and spread to nearby lymph nodes, and organs such as the liver, pancreas and colon. It may even spread to distant organs, such as the lungs, lymph nodes above the collarbone and ovaries.
Prevention is the key!
Herbal Hp-fighter is a natural product that inhibits the reproduction of Helicobacter pylori. Eight out of ten people seem to test positive for this product. For people with high blood pressure, use Intestinal Soothe and Build. It needs to be combined with Proactazyme in order to digest the residue and clean the stomach.
For acid reflux use Stomach Comfort. This not only eases the indigestion, but also coats the stomach walls so the mucous lining can be repaired. Over-the-counter antacids neutralize the stomach acid, but do not aid the repair of the stomach. When the acids are neutralized, a message is released for more hydrochloric acid to be manufactured in order to digest the foods that are in the stomach. This never-ending cycle could end up in stomach or esophageal cancer. Another crucial mineral for the stomach is Sodium. This is not found in table salt, but is naturally occurring in Aloe Vera Juice. The moment your stomach or esophagus hurts, take a swallow and I promise you immediate relief as it cools and soothes inflamed tissues.
To be sure that you have pure Aloe, it needs to be certified by the International Aloe Science Council. With this program you should not have to worry about stomach or esophageal cancer.