What is Dysbacteriosis?
Dysbacteriosis is a misalignment of bacteria in the stomach and through the digestive tract. it is considered the cause of many illnesses.
How does haritaki help dysbacteriosis?
Haritaki has a major effect in bringing Dysbacteriosis back into health. Haritaki works most effectivly on e-coli, which are one of the top bacteria that throw the bacterial balance out. E-coli presence can lead to massive infections. and health issues in the digestive tract.
How to take haritaki to help dysbacteriosis?
Plan on taking haritaki in powder form, in capsules. Take 2-5 capsules a night. We do not recommend the tablets, they do not dissolve as effectively as the capsules. Take the capsules after food and just before bed with a glass of water.
Signs of haritaki benefiting dysbacteriosis:
- Your bowel movements increase in volume
- Your bowel moments take place early in the day
- Your bowel movements feel very complete, like your whole system is empty
- Your stomach goes down in size
- The feelings of bloating go away
- You feel an increase in energy
- You feel less need to sleep
- Your health increases
- If you take an IQ test your score will have improved from before taking the haritaki
This article is helpful: https://www.drdavidwilliams.com/signs-of-too-much-bad-gut-bacteria
Dysbacteriosis is linked to many health conditions
Generally speaking, if you have frequent digestive symptoms and/or discomfort, you likely have an issue with the balance of good and bad bacteria in the gut.
What is often overlooked, however, is that many other ongoing health problems can be related to unhealthy digestive microflora as well. Sometimes the issues are due to an overgrowth of pathogenic bacteria like candida, but they also may result from weaknesses in the gut membrane. Healthy gut bacteria produce byproducts that help keep the intestinal lining strong, and without enough good bacteria to manufacture these substances, the intestinal tract becomes highly suceptible to damage. Inflammation then leads to ulceration, which destroys areas of the mucosal lining of the intestinal wall. These “breaks” allow disease-causing bacteria, toxins, and undigested food particles to pass directly into the bloodstream, where they disrupt the the body’s normal function in many ways.