One of my viewers wrote in after the bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa was found on semen analysis. Unfortunately, this gentleman has previously been treated with the antibiotic levofloxacin, which, in his words, “totally destroyed” him. He developed leaky gut and gut dysbiosis after the antibiotic treatment. The gentleman went on to improve his diet and take several natural compounds, including curcumin, garlic, clove oil, oregano oil, echinacea, chlorella, and barley grass. And yet, he was still struggling with testicular pain. As a result, his doctor wanted to prescribe more antibiotics. This viewer was very hesitant to undergo a second round of antibiotics. He was hoping I might be able to make some natural treatment suggestions.
Some people, including some doctors, will tell you horror stories about natural medicines but then prescribe levofloxacin, which has been linked to severe side effects, including death
Fortunately, Pseudomonas aeruginosa responds very well to grapefruit seed extract (GSE). I suggest getting some GSE from Nutribiotic, an excellent brand of supplements. A two-ounce bottle of GSE should be enough. Start with five drops once per day and then slowly build up to 15 drops three times per day. You can even take 20 drops three times per day. GSE does not affect beneficial bacteria.
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You can enhance the therapeutic effects of GSE by adding some CanXida products. Take both CanXida Remove and CanXida Restore two to three times a day. I created CanXida especially for chronic cases of Pseudomonas, Citrobacter, Klebsiella, and other harmful bacteria.
In addition to supplements, a healthy diet is essential when treating Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Avoid sugar and alcohol. Keep an eye on your adrenal gland function. It’s crucial to have a robust immune system to respond to the Pseudomonas.
Don’t forget that a healthy lifestyle is vital to recovery. You need to get lots of sleep and reduce your stress levels. If you are unhappy at work or in your relationship, you need to make some changes.
In my opinion, the aspect of health that is most overlooked in natural medicine is lifestyle. Recovery is not just about what grain you’re eating or what supplements you take. It’s also about your sleep, your ability to relax, your stress levels, and your physical activity. I try and instill in my clients that these are the factors that genuinely build good health.