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Trust Your Gut

What is the gut?

The gut is not an uncommon point of discussion. What is the gut? Have you heard the following phrases and wondered where they originate from?

“I have a gut feeling that she is going to be late for the meeting.”

“He has the guts to go bungee jumping.”

“Trust your gut.”

Why is this word used in phrases that refer to emotions? Let us start with a brief description of what the gut is.

The gut is a term referring to the gastrointestinal tract/digestive system. This includes the mouth, oesophagus, stomach, small intestine (duodenum, jejunum and ileum), large intestine (caecum, colon and rectum), and anus. Organs like the liver, galbladder and the pancreas function within the digestive system as well.

The gut is important for the digestion of food, the absorption of nutrients and the elimination of waste. The gastrointestinal lining is made up of a single layer of tightly packed epithelial cells. These cells act as a first line of defence against harmful substances entering the bloodstream and they are responsible for the absorption of nutrients into the bloodstream. When this lining is damaged, these cells become loose, allowing the harmful substances to enter the bloodstream. When this happens, the condition is called “leaky gut”.

Leaky gut can be the result of a poor diet, stress and chronic inflammation. High consumption of processed food and refined sugars, as well as physical and emotional stress, will lead to an overgrowth of harmful bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract, thus leading to an increase in inflammation. This will cause damage to the gastrointestinal lining. This will cause a disruption in the balance of the gut microbiome.

In the blog LIKE A TREE PART 1: Nervous System, as well as PART 2 and PART 3, we have established that the human body is designed and built according to the blueprint of a tree. When we look at the body with this in mind, we can say that the gut is the soil of the body.

The gut is the main determinant of health or sickness in the body. When we look at plants, we see that healthy soil is crucial for the optimal growth of plants and for them to bare good and nutritious fruit. When soil is exhausted of good minerals and filled with harmful chemicals, the plants will not grow optimally, they will absorb all the harmful chemicals and they will not bare healthy fruit.

And He spoke to them much in parables, saying, ‘See, the sower went out to sow. And as he sowed, some indeed fell by the wayside, and the birds came and devoured them. And others fell on rocky places, where they did not have much soil, and immediately they sprang up, because they had no depth of soil. But when the sun was up they were scorched, and because they had no root they withered. 

“And others fell among thorns, and the thorns came up and choked them. And others fell on good soil and yielded a crop, some a hundredfold, some sixty, some thirty. He who has ears to hear, let him hear!” – Matthew 13:3-9

Although this passage is comparing the good news of Messiah Yah’shua/Jesus with seed and the hearts of men with soil, we can read the passage keeping in mind that the gut is the soil of the body. When the soil is shallow, polluted or if there hardly are any soil, seeds cannot grow. Similarly, when the gut microbiota is unhealthy or insufficient, it is impossible to maintain health in the body. It is crucial to understand the importance of gastrointestinal health, because it plays a vital roll in immune system maintenance, chronic disease prevention and tooth health.

Poor gastrointestinal health presents itself as digestive problems, abdominal pain, fatigue, brain fog, skin problems, mood disorders, food sensitivities, etc. The good news is, that gastrointestinal health and the gut microbiota can be restored by making necessary changes in your diet and overall life style, which will be discussed broadly under Improve Gut Health.

Gut Microbiota

The gut microbiota, also known as the microbiome, is a community of microorganisms in the gastrointestinal tract. These microorganisms include different bacteria, fungi and viruses. They can be divided into 6 main groups, namely Firmicutes, Bacteroidetes, Proteobacteria, Actinobacteria, Verrucomicrobia, and Fusobacteria. These microorganisms greatly contribute to the over all health and well-being of a person, as well as the health of the gastrointestinal lining – the barrier keeping harmful substances from entering the body.

This simply means that the good bacteria prevents the bad bacteria from entering and infecting the body. The gut microbiota plays an important role in the digestion of food. Here, their main function is breaking down carbohydrates and fermented food, which will promote nutrient absorption.

The gut microbiome is responsible for regulating the immune system by preventing infection. It also fights inflammation in the body, thus preventing chronic illnesses like allergies, autoimmune disorders, such as multiple sclerosis and autism spectrum disorders, and certain cancers. It is also responsible for the production of vitamin K and certain B vitamins.

What Affects The Gut Microbiota?

As previously mentioned, the intake of processed food and refined sugar, causes an overgrowth of harmful bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract, leading to an inflamed gastrointestinal lining. Now you may wonder what affects the gut microbiota other than an unhealthy diet…

Antibiotics affect the gut microbiome tremendously. Yes, it kills the bad bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract, but a great part of the good bacteria is destroyed along with it. This is why a healthcare practitioner will give you a probiotic to drink 30 minutes after taking your antibiotics, to replace the good bacteria.

The use of antibiotics in young children, especially infants between birth and the age of 2, greatly affect the development/establishment of a healthy gut microbiome. Any form of interference during this time, may cause a disruption in the infant’s physiological functionality, possibly leading to future health problems.

The early use of antibiotics during this time will either directly or indirectly affect the gut microbiota. It reduces the biodiversity of neonatal microbiota. It will affect the normal balance between the different species in the microbiome and it will affect how this ecosystem functions. In the long run, this means that the stability of the microbial community in the gut of children that received antibiotics before the age of 2, will be lower compared to children that did not receive antibiotics.

The use of antibiotics in adulthood is different. Adults will not experience long lasting changes in their gut microbiome, because it has already been established early on in their lives. Bacterial resistance is the worst thing to worry about.

The mode of delivery is possibly the most important factor that impacts the composition of neonatal gut microbiota. The effect of the delivery mode on the gut microbiota is even greater than the effect of postnatal antibiotics.

Vaginal birth

During a vaginal birth, the infant is exposed to a variety of maternal microbes, including vaginal (birth canal), faecal and skin microbes. These microbes colonise certain parts of the infant’s body, depending on the habitat requirements of each individual bacterial specie. In their suitable habitat, they will receive the nutrients they need to survive. Maternal gut/faecal microbes are specifically responsible for neonatal gut colonisation, while the vaginal microbes form a protective layer over the baby’s body to prevent pathogenic infection from the environment.

Studies have shown the significance of the compatibility between an infant and maternally derived microbes. This compatibility is most probably linked to the genetic similarities between the mother and her infant. These maternal microbes result in a permanent colonisation of the infant’s gut, whereas non-maternally derived midrobes will only colonise the infant’s gut temporarily.

Cesarean section (C-section)

A cesarean section involves a baby being surgically delivered by making an incision in the mother’s abdomen and uterus. 

A cesarean section birth completely eliminates contact between an infant and maternal microbes, thus preventing the transmission of important gut microbes. The infant instantly becomes more susceptible to environmental pathogens, especially found on hospital surfaces. Alternatively, after carefully screening the mother, a faecal transplant to her baby may restore neonatal microbiota to a normal level.

Studies have shown that cesarean born babies display almost total absence of the gut microbial group, Bacteroidetes. This group of microbes are transferred from the mother during vaginal birth and is mainly responsible for the fermentation of breast milk in the infant’s gut. In this case, it is essential for these babies to receive breast milk from their mothers, because of their compromised gut colonisation. The breast milk comprise of different necessary and beneficial molecules and microorganisms, that promote the gastrointestinal health of the infant.

It is important to note the following:

When a mother receives antibiotics while delivering her baby vaginally (intrapartum exposure to antibiotics), the effect on the neonatal gut microbiota will be identical to the microbiota of a cesarean born babies. In other words; the baby does not receive any of the beneficial maternal microbes and will have a disrupted gut microbiome.


Gut-Brain Axis

The gut-brain axis facilitates the constant communication between the gastrointestinal tract and the central nervous system. The axis is responsible for tracking gastrointestinal activities in order to connect gastrointestinal health to important parts in the brain.  They are connected to each other with a very complex network of nerves, called the enteric nervous system, hormones and immune cells. They work synergistically and influence one another’s function. A disruption in this communication can cause inflammation and may lead to different neurological and gastrointestinal problems, like irritable bowel syndrome, brain fog, mood swings, depression and anxiety.

The vagus nerve (10th cranial nerve) is very important in the gut-brain axis. It is the nerve that ties the body’s visceral organs to the central nervous system and makes communication between them possible. Gut microbiota is able to monitor and control brain health and behaviour via this nerve. The gut is responsible for the production of important neurotransmitters, like serotonin, dopamine, GABA and acetylcholine (ACh). These molecules affect the enteric nervous system and stimulates the brain via the vagus nerve (vagal pathways). They function by regulating mood, appetite and cognitive processing.

Studies have shown that a healthy gut microbiota is extremely important for neurological development, for maintaining the blood brain barrier and its permeability, for neurogenesis and for myelination (the formation of a layer, wrapped around the axon of a nerve). Therefore, gut microbiota has a significant effect in the functioning of the hippocampus, the part in the brain that is responsible for learning, memory and recall. The hippocampus also mediates spacial navigation. For this reason, we can say that neurodegenerative diseases, like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, can result from poor gastrointestinal health.

Depression & Anxiety

The gut is largely responsible for the production of important mood regulating neurotransmitters, such as dopamine (regulates emotions, memory, motivation, reward, attention and food intake), adrenalin (regulates behaviour during stressful situations) and serotonin (regulates mood, behaviour, peristalsis and gastrointestinal secretion). As much as 95% of the body’s serotonin in produced by the gut. When there are an imbalance in these neurotransmitters, different mood disorders may present itself, such as depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder and bipolar disorder.

Acne, Psoriasis & Eczema

There also exists an axis between the gut an the skin, called the gut-skin axis. Just like the brain and the gut is interconnected, the skin is linked to gastrointestinal health as well. An imbalance in the gut microbiome leads to an inflammatory reaction and the release of inflammatory messengers, called cytokines. This gastrointestinal microbial imbalance allow the free movement of bacteria by-products in the bloodstream, eventually reaching the skin, affecting its health and causing acne.

Nutritional therapist, Claire Barnes says, “In a healthy gut, these by-products could have beneficial effects on our skin, whereas gut dysbiosis and ‘leaky gut’ could increase harmful by-products into the circulation and promote the overgrowth of harmful skin bacteria such as Cutibacterium acnes.”

Although eczema is an inflammatory skin condition as well, the main difference between eczema/psoriasis and other inflammatory skin conditions is that people with eczema/psoriasis have a different microbiome composition. 

Improve Gut Health

To maintain a healthy equilibrium in our bodies and to avoid unnecessary illness, it is vital that we improve gut health overall. Below are 7 ways to maintain and improve gut health:

Studies have shown that low intensity exercises have a positive impact on gastrointestinal health by regulating bowel movements, boosting the immune system, reducing stress, increasing metabolism, improving the gut microbiome and preventing colon cancer.

Low intensity cycling, swimming, rowing and walking for about 30-40 minutes a day, will ensure the swift movement of food through your digestive tract and prevent constipation.

Crunches and sit-ups focusses  on abdominal muscle strength, helping the optimal functioning of the digestive system. These muscles are important for the process of defecation.

Breathing has a significant impact on gastrointestinal health. Doing breathing exercises for a few minutes a day, will ease heartburn and bloating. Try slowly and deeply inhaling and exhaling with your core muscles.

High intensity exercises, like jumping rope, weight lifting, sprinting and spinning may introduce or worsen digestive problems. These exercises stimulate blood circulation to the heart and lungs, and reduces blood flow to the gut. This may result in diarrhoea because of a lack of water absorption from the colon. Furthermore, acid reflux and heartburn may present, as stomach acid may “splash” up into the oesophagus during high intensity training.

Manage stress by establishing routine in your life.

Make time for Scripture reading and prayer in your everyday life. It is written in Matthew 11:28-30,

Come to Me, all you who labour and are burdened, and I shall give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am meek and humble in heart, and you shall find rest for your beings. For My yoke is gentle and My burden is light.”

There is no better coping mechanism for stress, than spending time at the feet of Yah’shua/Jesus.

“Peace I leave with you – My peace I give to you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.” – John 14:27.

My being finds rest in Elohim alone; From Him is my deliverance.” – Psalm 62:1

Autoimmune disorders, like multiple sclerosis, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

Consume food high in fibre like fruit, vegetables and whole grains, like quinoa, brown rice, and oats, as well as fermented food like yogurt, kefir and sauerkraut.

Add healthy fats to your diet, like avocados, cheese, free range eggs, dark chocolate (at least 70%), fatty fish (salmon, sardines and anchovies) or cod liver oil as a supplement, nuts (raw almonds, macadamias and walnuts), chia seeds, extra virgin olive oil and double cream plain yogurt.

Introduce gut friendly spices to your dishes, like ginger, turmeric, coriander, fennel and cardamom.

Drink enough water. Proper hydration is essential for maintaining a healthy gastrointestinal tract.

Supplement your diet with bone broth or collagen to reduce inflammation in the gut and to promote a healthy gastrointestinal lining.

Consume enough antioxidant food, like broccoli, spinach, carrots, potatoes, artichokes, cabbage, asparagus, avocados, beetroot, radish, sweet potatoes, squash, pumpkin and kale.

Consume enough anti-inflammatory food, like strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, cauliflower, green tea, peppers, mushrooms, grapes, tomatoes and cherries.

Exclude processed food and refined sugar from your diet. It promotes the overgrowth of harmful bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract.

Use a good probiotic, like Rawbiotics Gut, Rawbiotics Daily and Rawbiotics Kids. Probiotics are live microorganisms that aid in promoting a healthy gut microbiome. Probiotics can be found in fermented foods such as yogurt, kefir and sauerkraut.

Supplement your diet with tonics:

Beet Kvass → Promotes healthy digestion and regular clearing of bowels. It alkalises blood, cleanses the liver, treats kidney stones and cancer.

Fire Tonic → Strengthens the immune system and treats viral, bacterial, fungal and parasitic disease. It promotes blood circulation and lymphatic flow.

Kombucha Vinegar → Promotes and regulates intestinal flora (gut microbiota), balances blood pH, strengthens cells, kills harmful bacteria in the gut and detoxifies the body.

Neuro Tonic → Treats gut-brain axis-related ailments, like chronic fatigue, insomnia, stress, anxiety, brain fog and other neuroendocrine problems.

Use a good prebiotic, like inulin. Prebiotics are non-digestible fibers that aid in  promoting the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut.

Omega-3 fatty acids are known to reduce inflammation in the gut and to promote a healthy gut microbiome. It can be found in fatty fish and fish oil, nuts (walnuts) and seeds (chia seeds and flaxseeds). Hadassah Healing Oils have a herbal supplementation, Omega 3.

Taking zinc will promote the production of enzymes needed for digestion and for maintaining the gut lining.

Taking glutamine, an amino acid that is important for gut health, will help to repair and maintain the gut lining. Glutamine is the energy source of the cells that make up the gut lining.

Vitamin D is an important vitamin for maintaining the integrity of the gut lining. A lack in this vitamin can cause poor gut permeability and an increased the risk of gut-related disorders.

Peppermint oil is known for its inhibiting effect on the enzyme, cyclooxygenase, that is responsible for producing inflammatory molecules. With other words, peppermint oil is anti-inflammatory. It also has a relaxing effect on the smooth gut muscles, thus reducing abdominal pain, bloating and gas.

Fennel oil works similarly to peppermint oil by relaxing the smooth gut muscles and reducing inflammation, thus relieving constipation, bloating and gas. Fennel oil also promotes the flow of bile and enzymes.

Ginger oil is also known for reducing inflammation and for relieving abdominal pain, bloating and gas. Furthermore, ginger oil is antioxidant, fighting nausea, vomiting and indigestion.

Hadassah healing Oils products that work effectively on treating gastrointestinal disease, are linked below. Follow these links to read more about the products on the website.

Gut Cleanse Oil 30ml Blend

Frankincense & Myrrh Oil 30ml Blend

Inflammation Oil 30ml Blend

Constipation Oil 30ml Blend

Acid Balance Oil 30ml Blend

Most herbs that have an anti-inflammatory action, promote gut health and inflammatory gut problems, and they help soothe the gut lining. These herbs include Slipper Elm, Liquorice root, Turmeric, Ginger and Aloe vera.

Marshmallow root has a gelatinous consistency and will soothe and improve the gut lining.

Dandelion is a natural diuretic. It promotes regular bowel movements and will improve gut motility.

Hadassah healing Herbs products that work effectively on treating gastrointestinal disease, are linked below. Follow these links to read more about the products on the website.

Digestive and Colon 120 Capsules

Digestive and Colon Tincture

Constipation 120 Capsules

Constipation Tincture

Bilberry 120 Capsules

Collagen 120 Capsules

Harvest Table Supplements Beef Bone Broth 350g


Inflammation 120 Capsules

Aloe Bitters 120 Capsules

Oils and herbs used to treat specific diseases, will be discussed under Gut-related Diseases.


Gut-related diseases

Poor gut health leads to a variety of health problems. These health problems can be seen as symptoms of underlying diseases that we call gut-related diseases. Below is a list of health problems caused by poor gut health.

Diseases will start presenting itself from the above mentioned health problems. 



If you have to drink more than one capsule a day, spread them over the course of the day, never more than two capsules at a time. Spreading the capsules throughout the day assists the body with proper absorption. Always good to have a very small snack/fruit before drinking capsules.

Always use an ultrasonic diffuser (with a diffusing duration of at least 8 hours), to diffuse pure essential oils. Do not use a humidifier, air purifier, or a candle, as they only smell good and have no further effect. An electric, ultrasonic, diffuser dispenses essential oils into the air through vibrations of a plate which causes ultrasonic waves, creating microscopic particles of oils that disperse into the air. It, therefore, breaks open the essential oil volatile molecules, to have a medicinal effect in that it can penetrate through the blood-brain barrier. It is always good to use a diffuser at night while you are sleeping.

Inhale Method: Drip 2-3 drops of suggested essential oil or as otherwise directed, into the palm of the hands, rub once to open the molecules (rubbing will evaporate the oil), cup your hands around your mouth and nose, and deeply inhale.

While you sleep, diffuse, 5 drops Memory Blend, and 2 drops of each of the following pure oils: Cedarwood 5ml 10ml and Rosemary 5ml 10ml.

During the day diffuse 5 drops Brain Blend, and 2 drops of each of the following pure oils: Frankincense 5ml  10ml and Cedarwood 5ml 10ml.

Drink 1 capsule Frankincense/Myrrh Blend and 1 capsule Gut Cleanse Blend. Drink them at different times of the day.

If this has been caused by trauma, add Trauma Blend  (for the diffuser only) to the diffuser or use the Trauma Blend (for topical use only) topically on the skin as directed on the product.

Where there is a lot of anxiety, also diffuse Depression / Anxiety Blend (for diffuser only) to assist with stabilising emotions.

Drink 3 Alzheimers & Dementia herbal capsules, two times a day.

Spray 5 squirts of the Memory & Concentration Tincture into the mouth, three times a day.

Drink 2 Digestive and Colon herbal capsules, two times a day.

Drink 2 Bilberry herbal capsules, once a day.

Supplement by drinking 20ml Neuro Tonic, twice a day.

Drink 2 – 3 capsules, throughout the day of the Chronic Fatigue for the first week, thereafter, one capsule daily.

Drink 1 to 2 teaspoons, MZN 150g 450g, once a day; swallow the MZN, as you would swallow yogurt.

Chronic fatigue can be associated with a lack of sleep; therefore diffuse (see below) during the night for 8 hours, the following pure oils: Cedarwood 5ml 10ml, Vetiver 5ml 10ml, and Roman Chamomile 5ml 10ml.

To assist with brain fog; diffuse during the day, while working/studying, one of the following diffuser blends: Brain Blend OR Memory Blend.

For intense body and muscle pain, topically apply the Sore Muscle and Massage Blend.

For depression symptoms drink 1 capsule full, once a day, each; Depression Support Ingestible and Gut Cleanse Blend.

Also diffuse (see below) Depression/Anxiety Blend, Neroli 5ml 10ml, Rose Geranium 5ml 10ml and Frankincense 5ml  10ml.

Apply Peppermint 5ml 10ml throughout the day over the temples and inhale (see below), as needed.

Supplement with B-complex Vitamins, Magnesium and Potassium.

Drink 2 Kidney, Bladder & Adrenals herbal capsules, three times a day.

Drink 2 Stress herbal capsules, two times a day.

Drink 2 Inflammation herbal capsules, two times a day.

Drink 2 MSM herbal capsules, two times a day.

Spray 5 squirts of the Constipation Tincture and the Digestive & Colon Tincture into the mouth, three times a day.

Once a day, topically apply 15 drops DNA Protector over the spine.

Drink 1 capsule, once a day, each; Gut Cleanse and DNA Protector.

Once a day, topically apply the Diarrhoea Blend, 10 -15 drops over the stomach and/or also inhale the Diarrhoea Blend.

Drink 2 – 4 capsules Diatome, once a day.

For cramps topically apply over the stomach, a blend in even ratios: Fennel 5ml 10ml and Peppermint 5ml 10ml with a carrier oil.  Or drink as tea, 2 drops each in a cup with warm water.

Once a day drink 1 capsule Anaemia Blend or topically apply 10-15 drops of the Anaemia Blend on both the neck and chest.

Diffuse 2-3 drops of each oil; maximum 10-12 drops in total, at a time.
Drink 2 Digestive and Colon herbal capsules, three times a day.

Drink 2 Constipation herbal capsules, three times a day.

Drink 2 Inflammation herbal capsules, two times a day.

Drink 2 Bilberry herbal capsules, once a day.

Spray 5 squirts of the Digestive & Colon Tincture into the mouth, three times a day.

Drink 1 capsule Gut Cleanse, once a day. When severely constipated, drink up to 3 capsules, throughout the day.

If unable to ingest capsules, apply the Constipation Roller over the stomach instead, or use it in addition, twice a day.

Supplement with 25ml Kombucha Vinegar, 1/2 hour before a meal in the morning.

Drink 2 drops Peppermint 5ml 10ml after a meal to boost metabolism; either in a capsule filled with a carrier oil or else in a glass of water.

Constipation ease blend – take 1 to 2 drops each of Fennel 5ml 10ml, Peppermint 5ml 10ml and Ginger 5ml 10ml in a spoonful of honey before meals.

Supplement with Magnesium to improve gut mobility. Chia and Flax Seeds which are high in fiber and healthy fats; help to lubricate the colon. Probiotics supports normal levels of flora that may improve constipation.

Drink 2 Constipation herbal capsules, three times a day.

Spray 5 squirts of the Constipation Tincture into the mouth, three times a day.

Drink 2 Bilberry herbal capsules, once a day.

Drink 1 capsule, once a day each; DNA Protector and Gut Cleanse.

To manage severe diarrhoea, drink 2-4 capsules, Diatome.

Topically apply 15 drops Cell Rejuvenation, over the spine.

Either topically apply 10-15 drops Inflammation Blend, over the stomach, or drink a capsule of this blend, as needed.

Drink 2 Digestive and Colon herbal capsules, three times a day.

Spray 5 squirts of the Digestive & Colon Tincture into the mouth, three times a day.

Drink 2 Inflammation herbal capsules, two times a day.

Drink 2 Bilberry herbal capsules, once a day.

A diffuser works effectively on depression, anxiety and brain chemistry.

Diffuse Depression and Anxiety for at least 8 hours during the night while sleeping. For depression due to trauma, include Trauma Blend.

Drink, one capsule, once a day of the Depression Support (Ingestible).

Healing your gut is key in the treatment of depression; your gut produces 95% of the body’s supply of serotonin and hundreds of neurochemicals that the brain needs to regulate basic processes. Suggestion therefore would be to also drink 1 capsule Gut Cleanse, once a day. Also, drink Collagen 350g 450g 700g and Bone Broth 350g 450g regularly.

Depression and Anxiety Blend; this blend cannot be used internally but should be inhaled and topically applied; 10-15 drops over the chest and navel, as needed.

Drink 2 Kidney, Bladder & Adrenals herbal capsules, two times a day.

Drink 2 Stress herbal capsules, two times a day.

Drink 2 Digestive and Colon herbal capsules, three times a day.

Apply the Acid Reflux 10ml roll-on over the area, as needed.

Drink one capsule, once a day of the Gut Cleanse. To further assist gut health, also supplement with Collagen 350g 450g 700g,  Bone Broth 350g 450g, and Rawbiotics Gut 1L.

Drink 2 Hernia & Connective Tissue herbal capsules, two times a day.

Drink 2 Digestive and Colon herbal capsules, two times a day.

Spray 5 squirts of the Digestive & Colon Tincture into the mouth, three times a day.

Drink 2 Acid Balance herbal capsules, two times a day.

Drink 1 capsule Gut Cleanse, once a day.

Also, consider taking 1 capsule, DNA Protector or Frankincense/Myrrh Blend.

To repair a leaky gut, you must make specific diet changes and look to natural remedies for improvement.

From the Herbal Range consider all or one of the following:
Digestive and Colon herbal capsules,  2 capsules, three times a day
Digestive and Colon tincture, squirt in mouth,  three times a day
Parasite-Fix tincture, squirt in mouth, three times a day

Further, assist with gut health by supplementing with the following:

Beet Kvass 500ml – 20ml twice a day

in addition: Kombucha Vinegar 500ml – 20ml, twice a day

Collagen 350g 450g 700g. Collagen is good for gut health: it aids in digestion, helps repair the gut lining, and helps heal leaky gut and IBS.

Bone Broth 350g 450g (contains amino acids, glutamine, and proline, which may help repair the digestive tract)

Probiotics can help recolonize the gut with healthy bacteria.

Drink 2 Digestive and Colon herbal capsules, two times a day.

Spray 5 squirts of the Digestive & Colon Tincture into the mouth, three times a day.

For restoration of the gut lining, drink 2 Inflammation herbal capsules, once a day and 2 Bilberry herbal capsules, once a day.

Drink 1 capsule, once a day, of the Gut Cleanse.

Topically apply Peppermint 5ml 10ml and Fennel 5ml 10ml, over the stomach, for abdominal pain and cramping. Mix the these oils in equal parts with a carrier oil first.

For diarrhoea, drink 2-4 capsules of Diatome, once a day, but not for an extended period; as it may cause constipation.

For children, rub 10 drops, Gut Cleanse, over their stomach.

Drink 1 capsule, once a day, each; Frankincense/Myrrh Blend and DNA Protector.

Further, assist with gut health by supplementing with the following:  Kombucha Vinegar 500ml, Collagen 350g 450g 700g and Bone Broth 350g 450g and probiotics gut and also see probiotics for kids.

Probiotics can help recolonise the gut with healthy bacteria.  Take 50 to 100 billion CPU daily.

Digestive Enzymes – help with nutrient absorption; take two before each meal.

Bone broth protein and collagen powder – contain collagen, which helps repair the gut lining and supports digestion.

Drink 2 Digestive and Colon herbal capsules, two times a day.

Spray 5 squirts of the Digestive & Colon Tincture into the mouth, three times a day.

Drink 2 Inflammation herbal capsules, two times a day.

Psoriasis has a definite connection to gut health. The health of our gut influences the health of our brains and vice versa, so it really shouldn’t come as a surprise that gut health has an impact on other organs such as the skin.

Topically apply the Irritable Skin Support (Eczema) Blend to assist with skin healing, but it is also vitally important to treat the root, by treating the gut.  Drink 1 capsule, Gut Cleanse in the morning.

In addition, daily drink 2 teaspoons each:

Collagen 350g 450g 700g and

Bone Broth 350g 450g


15ml Probiotic GUT

20ml each; Kombucha Vinegar 500ml and Beet Kvass

In addition, topically apply the Frankincense & Myrrh Body Butter over the affected area/s when needed and also add a few drops of the Frankincense/Myrrh Blend.

If the psoriasis is triggered by stress, diffuse (see below) Stress (for diffuser) and Trauma (for diffuser) during the night while sleeping, 5 drops each.

Drink 2 Digestive and Colon herbal capsules, two times a day.

Spray 5 squirts of the Digestive & Colon Tincture into the mouth, three times a day.

Drink 2 Bilberry herbal capsules, once a day.

Drink 2 Inflammation herbal capsules, once a day.

Drink 1 capsule each; Joint Support Blend (Arthritis) and DNA Protector, once a day.

Apply 30 drops Spinal Therapy over the spine, at night before bed.

Topically apply Pain Blend 30ml over the affected area/s and drink 1 capsule, once a day, or when needed.

Supplement further with 2 teaspoons each, Collagen 350g 450g 700g and Bone Broth 350g 450g, once a day.

Wintergreen, Peppermint, Frankincense, Turmeric and Ginger pure essential oils are beneficial.

Drink 2 Arthritis herbal capsules, three times a day.

Drink 2 Digestive and Colon herbal capsules, two times a day.

Drink 2 Inflammation herbal capsules, two times a day.

Drink 2 MSM herbal capsules, two times a day.

Drink 1 capsule, Gut Cleanse, once a day.

Drink 1 capsule Diatome, once a day.

Supplement with 20ml each, Beet Kvass and Kombucha Vinegar, once a day.

Drink 30ml (compromised digestive systems: start with 10ml per day and build up to recommended dosage) Rawbiotics GUT, once a day.

To reduce inflammation in the gut drink 1 capsule Frankincense/Myrrh Blend once a day.

For mouth Ulcers

Use the Oil Pulling Mouth Healer and follow the oil pulling technique, once a day.

Take 1 Tablespoon and swish for about 5 minutes (gradually work up to 10 or 20 minutes), once a day. Don’t do it vigorously since you’ll be doing it for far longer than you are used to and your jaw will get tired. Gently swirl the oil around your mouth and suck it through the spaces between your teeth. Make sure not to swallow any of it. When finished, spit the oil in the dustbin. Don’t spit it in the sink because when the oil thickens after cooling, it may clog up your pipes.
Use for: Cleansing and detoxifying the mouth;  assist with the following: tooth decay; restoring tooth nerves, inflammation, heavy metal detoxing; brain fog and cleanses the blood.
Drink 2 Digestive and Colon herbal capsules, two times a day.
Spray 5 squirts of the Digestive & Colon Tincture into the mouth, three times a day.
Drink 2 Inflammation herbal capsules, two times a day.
Drink 2 Heartburn & Ulcer herbal capsules, two times a day.

All Scripture is quoted from The Scriptures, available online on E-Sword and the YouVersion Bible app, or it can be ordered in hard copy from Qodesh Books.

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