Diet is one way to battle Pseudomonas aeruginosa, but supplements can also help you deal with these potentially nasty bacteria.
Quite commonly, I have seen Pseudomonas in stool tests from clients with autoimmune disease. If you have Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, psoriasis, ankylosing spondylitis, Sjogren’s syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, or one of the dozens of other autoimmune conditions, there is a greater than average likelihood that Pseudomonas will be identified on your stool report. I also see these bacteria in clients with bladder or lung problems.
There may be conventionally trained doctors reading this article and laughing at howwrong I am. Well, I’m not wrong. I can tell you after looking at 5000 stool tests, there is a strong correlation between Pseudomonas aeruginosa and autoimmune disease. I also see Pseudomonas in chronic fatigue syndrome and people who have been ill for a long time and can’t seem to get well.
I have several recommendations for my clients with Pseudomonas aeruginosa in their digestive tracts. One of my favorite natural treatments is grapefruit seed extract (GSE). GSE works best when used in combination with berberine, caprylic acid, and clove. When used together, these compounds help to normalize the pathogens in the gut. When we find Pseudomonas in the stool test, we often also find Citrobacter, Candida, and
bacterial imbalance. In cases like that, you really want to be using a broad-spectrum antimicrobial.
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I always let my clients know that using antibiotics is going to cause them massive problems. They may end up with antibiotic-resistant Pseudomonas. They’re going to kill off a sizable amount of the beneficial bacteria in their gut. I believe that using antibiotics creates a bigger problem than the Pseudomonas infection itself.
One of the reasons I got into product development was to help create an effective treatment for Pseudomonas aeruginosa. CanXida Remove has a broad spectrum of action and offers a more complete effect than a single supplement on its own.
If you go the route of using GSE, use it a few times a day for about six weeks. If you opt for CanXida Remove, take one twice per day for a week or two and then increase to three times a day. After six to eight weeks, retest your stool. Pseudomonas should at least have dropped to a 1+ count from a 3 or 4 count. It may even have been entirely eradicated. I’ve seen this happen in hundreds of cases.
Based on my clinical experience, you can get rid of Pseudomonas using natural products. Give a try and send me some feedback. I’m always interested in hearing from people.
Normally, I would recommend treatment for Pseudomonas for about six weeks to take the grapefruit seed extract a few times per day. If you’re taking the CanXida Remove tablet, you would take one twice per day for a week or two, and then three times per day. After six to eight weeks, you
retest. Pseudomonas should be gone or it should have dropped from a three or four-plus count down to a one-plus count. But you will see a reduction. I’ve seen this in hundreds of cases.
So you can get rid of this using natural means, and of course, medical people are not really that keen on natural things. But if you’ve got Pseudomonas, give it a try and give me some feedback on it. Thanks for tuning in.