Biome-xym Probiotic

In one of the previous post we’ve been through the benefits of Probiotics and how they affect us physically, mentally, and consequently in our spiritual perceptions too.  

If you haven’t already please give that post a read.

Now we present the latest Probiotic addition in our store:  Biome-xym Probiotic

Biome-xym is a blend of thirteen (13) broad spectrum super strains of Probiotic bacteria that originate from six (6) different genera or families.  

They are delivered to the lower intestinal tract via delayed release, acid-resistant capsules.  

Each dosage contains 50 billion CFU and the product does not require refrigeration.

Some of these benefits include:

-increased vitamin production of B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, folic acid and biotin

-a decrease in lactose intolerance

-promotes healthier looking and feeling skin

-better absorption of foods

-increase in peristalsis

-increase in immunity

Probiotic bacteria therapy with Biome-xym also:

-helps support colon health, bowel regularity and overall digestive function

-support intestinal immune function and overall immune system health

-relieves occasional gas and constipation

-promotes healthy nutrient absorption and assimilation

-includes the specific enzyme Peptidase DPP-IV

-supports the digestion and absorption of food

-helps maintain intestinal flora

Get Biome-xym and other enzymes available at the Secret Energy store now!

Prebiotics & Probiotics For Your Gut Health

Last year I started experiencing the odd bout of anxiety.  This was a particularly foreign feeling to me, so I had a sense that something in my body wasn’t quite right.  Around the same time, I observed both digestive issues (bloating, general discomfort) and brain fog/memory loss and was subsequently tested for a Candida overgrowth.  Testing positive I was put on a diet to improve my gut health and each of the above symptoms disappeared, including the anxiety.

It’s fascinating isn’t it, how our bodies have a way of telling us exactly what we need to know?

Is it time then to consider your own gut health?

Your gut health is critical!

The health of your gut is extremely important to your overall well-being.  It’s a place where a whole lot is going on, and rightly so – it has a profound impact on far more than how much dessert you can fit in after dinner.  So much so in fact that the gut is often referred to as the “second brain“.

This is because it’s responsible for some very critical functions in your digestive and immune systems.  The presence of what’s called “good bacteria” actually enhance your health, greatly improving things like your hormone regulation, nutrient absorption, digestion, immune system strength and your body’s ability to eliminate toxins.

As we now know, the gut also influences your mental health.  The gut contains an Enteric Nervous System that communicates with your Central Nervous System, which triggers mood changes.  It means depression, anxiety, memory loss, and other cognitive functions can all be caused by your gut.

All disease begins in the gut.
– Hippocrates.

Don’t you find that refreshing?   

The notion that by simply changing what you put on the end of your fork (or spoon) each day you can better your mental health?  

 The good news is that it’s quite easy to maintain a healthy gut and keep all of these bodily functions in tip-top shape.  

The answer?  Increase your levels of good bacteria.
How do you do that?  With Probiotics.

What Are Probiotics?

Probiotics are microorganisms found in bacteria, yeast, and fungi that keep your digestive system happy and running at its best.  It’s the good bacteria I’ve been talking about that your gut needs to keep everything running smoothly.

If you’ve ever seen an advertisement for yogurt where they talk about how much good bacteria it contains, they’re talking about Probiotics.  These “living” bacteria are generally found in cultured or fermented foods.  Apart from yogurt, this includes things like buttermilk, aged cheeses, sourdough bread, miso, tempeh, and the drink Kombucha.

Next time you look at a tub of yogurt, look out for guys like Lactobacillus Acidophilus and Bifidobacterium Lactis – they’re your friendly neighborhood Probiotics.

Using Probiotics helps you to:

  • Boost your body’s immune system by protecting it against harmful bacteria
  • Assist you to digest and process your food without bloating or gas
  • Restore your body’s natural balance after a stint on antibiotics, which tend to kill a lot of good bacteria in your system
  • Help your body absorb all the nutrients and good stuff it needs from what you eat

 

To improve your gut health, consume Probiotic foods like the above 1-2 times a day, and/or take a daily supplement.  You should start to see an improvement in a week or two.

What About Prebiotics?

Prebiotics, on the other hand, are non-digestible food fibers found in specific foods that give good bacteria (like those Probiotics) a helping hand to be more effective.

If you imagine Probiotics are plants, then Prebiotics are the soil.  They provide a stimulating environment that helps the good bacteria grow and have a bigger impact on your digestive tract.  For Probiotics to do their thing, they need a healthy level of Prebiotics around to feed them.

Prebiotic foods are a little easier to include in a healthy diet than Probiotic foods (in my opinion), so to improve your gut health I would recommend trying to incorporate them into your eating naturally, before looking at supplements. Combining Probiotic and Prebiotic-rich foods in your diet can allay many mental and physical health-related issues and support your health and well-being long-term.  Perhaps this is the prompt you need to make your gut health a priority.

Here is a list of foods that are rich in Prebiotic goodness:

Garlic

Jerusalem artichokes

Skin of apples

Onions, leeks, and celery

Legumes

Chicory Root

Rye, barley and whole oats

By Amy Crawford, Source

Also from our store: BIOME-XYM PROBIOTICS is a blend of thirteen (13) broad spectrum super strains of probiotic bacteria that originate from six (6) different genera or families. They are delivered to the lower intestinal tract via delayed release, acid-resistant capsules.  Each dosage contains 50 billion CFU. Always consult your healthcare practitioner if you are uncertain about symptoms you are experiencing and making subsequent changes to your diet.

 

Dental Surgery Natural Remedies

Dental surgery complications include bleeding, infection, and inflammation. These complications are generally treated with antibiotics and pain killers that may have unwanted side effects. Make sure to use probiotics like Primadophalis Reuteri after antibiotics. The natural outlook is preventative in nature, but can be used at any time.

 

Herbs for Healing from Dental Surgery

Herbs are plants valued for their specific strengthening/ tonifying properties.

The following herbs are directed toward healing tissue and keeping infection at bay by killing bacteria. Use each tincture, 40 drops in 8 ounces of water; gargle four times a day.

Calendula tincture – for healing tissue, use same as other tinctures.

Goldenseal tincture – immune stimulant, antibacterial.

Myrrh tincture – antiseptic, commonly used for problems in the mouth.

Plantain tincture – use same as others.


Cell Salts to Help Heal from Dental Surgery

To make a cell salt solution, put up to 10 tablets of each cell salt in a 16- to 24-ounce bottle; fill with water and swirl to dissolve tablets. Sip throughout the day.

#1 Calc fluor 6X – connective tissue health
#4 Ferr phos 6X – inflammation
#8 Mag phos 6X – sharp shooting pains, connective tissue health
#12 Silicea 6X – prevention of infection


Dental Surgery Homeopathic Remedies

Homeopathic remedies are non-toxic natural medicines safe for everyone including infants and pregnant or nursing women. You may use 6X, 30X, 6C or 30C potencies.

Remedies for preparation, complications, and dental trauma:

Use these remedies several days before:

Arnica montana – the day before, take 30c. Helps the healing process, especially soft tissues. Reduces the likelihood of excessive bleeding and prevention of anti-biotic use.

Calendula – 30c for people that are slow healers.

Echinacea angustifolia – take 30c for a few days to stimulate the immune system.

Phosphorus – to prevent bleeding, and for those sensitive to anesthesia, use 200c the day before.

Veratrum album – pale cold sweating of the forehead; for circulatory collapse. Use 30c the day before.

Remedies to use in case of complications:

Apis mellifica – inflammation and swelling of the mucus membranes and area of the skin. The character of swelling ins allergic. Much worse from pressure, desires cold compresses.

Bryonia – inflammation with clear discharge. Better from pressure, rest, and lying on painful parts; worse from any movement. Room must be warm.

Echinacea angustifolia, Lachesis, Pyrogenium – the most important combination in first aid for beginning infective processes.

Hepar sulph – used to ripen abscesses. Sensitive to movement and cold temperatures. Boils that are beginning to reabsorb. Helps reduce severe inflammation.

Merc solubis – pain with severe inflammation, swelling, tendency to pus formation. Bad breath. Bad smelling sweat. Swelling of lymph glands.

Myristica – “homeopathic knife” – opens abscesses.

Silicea – chronic infections with pus and stinky secretions, and joint involvement.

Sulphur iodatum – following operations of inflammation chronically or lymphatic infections. Chronic infections that can be reabsorbed.

Remedies for dental trauma:

Arnica montana – blunt trauma. General exhaustive feeling. Hematoma (blood clots), pain of trauma, sensitivity to movement. Better from cold applications.

Bellis perennis – pain from wound healing. Doesn’t like cold applications. Improvement from movement.

Calendula – severe wounds in teeth and jaw region. Torn tissues, poor healing tendency.

Hypericum – used for wounds without bruising. Generally for mechanical punctures or nerve injuries from dental instruments.

Ledum – for puncture wounds, also pains from injections.

Ruta graveolens – periosteum (bone covering) injuries.

Staphysagria – pain and paralysis from sharp (knife) or dental cuts.

Symphytum – bone injuries or teeth extraction. Severe pains, better from rest.

 

 

Source: Dave’s Healing Notes

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