A Single Case Study of Treating H-Pyroli Infection with Coconut Oil
Helicobacter pylori (H-Pylori) are a Gram negative spiral organism in GI Tract. Final effect of H-pylori on the GI tract is variable and determined by microbial and host factors. The particular end result of H-Pylori varies from chronic gastritis to PUD, Gastric MALT Lymphoma. A case presented with chronic gastritis associated H-Pylori infection. Which showed resemblance with Clinical features of vatha –pitha Parinaamashoola (pain during digestion). It was intervened successfully with samanasnehapana (internal oleation therapy) of coconut oil. Coconut oil administered for 15 days. Helicobacter pylori immunoglobulin (IgG H-pylori) evaluated before and after the treatment. A positive H-pylori infection became negative after the treatment.
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