GERD (Gastroesophageal reflux disease)


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GERD (Gastroesophageal reflux disease)

    GERD (Gastroesophageal reflux disease)
Symptoms of GERD are:
  • Heart Burn
  • Pain in the Chest
  • Voice or throat irritation
  • Acid regurgitation
  • Narrowing, stricture or ulceration of the esophagus
  • Pills or food get stuck
Sometimes no symptoms at all.
A thin mucousal lining in the esophagus is what causes GERD.
What thins the mucousal lining?
A pH imbalance from eating to much acidic foods and drinks and not enough alkalizing foods. Alkalizing diet
Coffee, Tea and Soda have tannic acid which damages the mucousa lining.
Drinking or eating anything that is hot or very cold weakens the esophagus. Especially hot foods and drinks. Because the body can warm things (but it take a lot of energy to do so) but the body has no internal cooling system.
A lack of HCL can contribute to a thin mucousal lining in several ways. One way because without adequate HCL (hydrochloric acid (stomach acid)) the food ingested does not fully digest or break down. This food then ferments causing gas and acid. It also contributes to the pH imbalance in the body.
Another reason can be understood when you think about the skin on your hands. If you use your hands a lot the body will compensate for that and make the skin thicker or stronger (even to the point of callousing). So it is with the HCL. Having high amount of HCL encourages the body to produce more mucousal lining (as long as it has enough minerals to replenish the lining).
What is ironic is most conventional treatments for GERD include taking antacids.
I usually suggest someone takes something to improve their digestion. I often suggest Food Enzymes.
What nourishes the Mucousal lining?
Foods high in minerals such as Sodium (not sodium chloride found in salt) found in Cabbage, celery, alfalfa and alfalfa sprouts. And in herbs marshmallow and slippery elm (my first choice), and calcium, broccoli, any green vegetables which are some of the best calcium supplements in the world.
Energy work done through VIBRATIONAL LIGHT & ENERGY  helps rebuilds the bodys digestion system and mucousal lining to help with the symptoms. 
Have really bad esophageal problems?
 Never diagnoses with GERD?
Have severe narrowing of the esophagus to the point where you can no longer eat solid food?
Vomiting? Vomiting blood?
Cut out the coffee and drink Herbal Beverages instead and try slippery elm. 
Remember that the quality of the herbs you use is essential if you want to receive good results.

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Terrance E. Saatela on Thursday, November 03, 2011 4:49 AM
Thank you for this information. What is a good Herbal beverage to drink? And where would get slippery elm? Is that a drink?
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