Bentomed from fangocur works to comprehensively treat the root cause of stomach irritations like gastritis and peptic ulcers, but there's even more you can do to eliminate stomach problems.
The fangocur Success Plan
1. Use Bentomed to treat the gastritis (inflammation of the mucosal lining of the stomach) or peptic ulcers
Bentomed from fangocur contains a high mineral-content healing clay which has been scientifically tested (approved by the Vienna Medical University Physiology Department under the direction of Dr. W. Marktl, 2006) called Gossendorf Fango. This natural healing clay has adsorptive (binding) and absorptive qualities. For internal use in the treatment of conditions like gastritis and stomach ulcers, the binding qualities are most important. Through this treatment, the toxins (i.e. poisons) produced by gastrointestinal bacteria as well as gas is bound or collected. The ingredients of the healing clay are anti-inflammatory and are bactericidal (i.e. anti-microbial) and help to regulate the metabolism. That's why Gossendorf Fango in the form of the fangocur Bentomed is so effective in the treatment of gastritis and peptic ulcers. Additionally Bentomed contains barley grass, which contains essential nutrients, and naturally pure herbal essences to soothe the stomach and intestinal tract.
We recommend the Bentomed from fangocur for the treatment of the following conditions: chronic gastritis (inflammation of the stomach lining), duodenal and peptic ulcers, chronic enteritis (inflammatory disease of the small intestine, ulcerative colitis (a chronic inflammatory disease of the large intestine)
With just a teaspoon of fangocur Bentomed twice per day (morning and evening) for 3 weeks – the causes of the gastritis or ulcer(s) will be eliminated – you'll notice the positive effects.
You can also do a long-term treatment with Bentomed from fangocur. After the first 3 week cycle of daily use, pause for a week. We recommend that you then repeat the 3 week treatment cycle. You should complete this longer program 2 or 3 times per year as a preventative measure, even after the condition is completely resolved.
The overall effectiveness has been endorsed by a medical/balneological study conducted at the Vienna Medical University in 2006 (under the direction of Dr. W. Marktl).
2. Improve your diet – better nutrition can help to alleviate gastritis and peptic ulcers (stomach ulcers)
In our fast paced world, we pay less and less attention to good nutrition and getting in the right amount of vitamins and trace elements (due to the growing fast food mentality and a wealth of ready-to-eat items in the supermarket). If you add nicotine (smoking) and excessive alcohol consumption to the mix, and throw in some consistent and unresolved stress, an inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract is not at all surprising. A weakened immune system is often not up to the task of fighting off the bacteria which can then find an ideal environment in the digestive system and cause gastritis and ulcers.
In order to prevent such problem from occurring, a good diet rich in light wholesome foods is essential. Such a diet is different that a normal wholesome diet in that some foods, drinks and spices which can stress the digestive system are left out.
General dietary guidelines for those who suffer with gastritis (inflammation of the mucosa of the stomach) or peptic ulcers:
If you suffer with gastritis, it's a good idea to eat foods that you can tolerate; i.e. foods and drinks which do not lead to diarrhoea, the build-up of uncomfortable gas, abdominal pain or nausea. You should also avoid foods that cause you to feel too full or cause heartburn (pyrosis). This includes light wholesome foods which are low in fat, mild in taste, lean and properly prepared. Dairy products such as yoghurt are effective against gastritis as they inhibit the reproduction of the H. pylori bacteria.
There's no need to limit your intake of quality bread or baked goods if you suffer from gastritis. Easily digestible vegetables such as carrots, fennel, turnips, cauliflower, green peas, beans, tomatoes, zucchini and green leafy salad. For seasoning you should try to include freshly dried spices, mild vinegar (e.g. balsamic), lemon juice and a little salt. Jams, marmalades and honey are the best sweeteners.
If you have sweet tooth and suffer from gastritis, it's best to avoid refined baked goods and stick with whole-grain or fruit cakes (without whipped toppings or frosting) and cookies. For the preparation of your food we recommend boiling, steaming or baking in foil. Use a ceramic saucepan or a coated non-stick pan or saucepan. The oven or microwave are both suitable depending on the container you're using, but remember to avoid using fats. The optimal drinks include any sort of tea, mild coffee, grain coffee, mineral water without gas, vegetable juices as well as diluted fruit juices.
You'll find more nutritional advice under Proper Nutrition for Gastritis and Peptic Ulcers – Less is More.
3. Get good medical advice
Gastritis is an inflammation of the lining of the stomach caused by the excessive production of stomach acid, and is often a result of the activity of the Helicobacter pylori bacteria. The presence of this bacteria and the actual mechanism of your condition should be diagnosed by a doctor. Use of a camera (endoscopy/gastroscopy) can also be useful in determining the severity and type of gastritis and can also help in the diagnosis of peptic ulcers, a condition common among people with untreated gastritis.
If you're already taking prescription medication, we do not recommend that discontinue its use. Instead, use fangocur Bentomed in addition to the treatment advised by your physician. Bentomed has absolutely no side effects, but should in this case be used an hour or more before or after you take your prescribed medication. This is due to the powerful detoxifying effects of the fango clay.