Leaky Gut Herbal Support



Leaky Gut Herbal Support

Certified Organic Blended Herbs in Super Leaky Gut Support

Leaky Gut Support a Blend of Herbs For Leaky Gut:

  • Certified Organic Slippery Elm
  • Amino Acid L-Glutamine
  • Organic Apple Pectin
  • Certified Organic Marshmallow
  • Certified Organic St Mary’s Thistle
  • Certified Organic Aloe Vera
  • Certified Pure Boswellia Powder (Frankincense)
  • Certified Cat’s Claw
  • Certified Organic Chamomile Powder
  • Certified Organic Stevia
  • Organic Natural Flavours

Contains no fillers, or preservatives, Gluten-free, just fresh ground herbs. Comes with a 10g scoop.

LEAKY GUT and Parasites

Have you been diagnosed with parasites, or have symptoms that could be linked to parasites? If so, you could also have a leaky gut as leaky gut, candida and parasites/worms go hand in hand when it comes to gut issues. You can be walking around hosting worms for years without symptoms and not realise the damage they are causing in your gut, especially hookworm. Often misdiagnosed as something completely different.

To save money, you must determine the underlying cause of your symptoms. This can be done with stool testing, microbiome testing, and blood tests. In the long run, it will save you spending out on naturopath fees, doctor’s fees and medication that may not be what is needed. Very few naturopaths or doctors connect parasites or worms with symptoms.

There are many parasites and worms that contribute to a leaky gut and some are listed here:

  • Blastocystis hominins
  • Giardiasis
  • Cryptosporidiosis
  • Sarcocystis
  • Ascariasis
  • Intestinal flukes
  • Balantidiasis
  • Dientamoeba fragilis
  • Round Worm
  • Threadworm
  • Hook Worm

Leaky Gut Symptoms

  • Headaches
  • Memory loss
  • Brain fog
  • Excessive tiredness
  • Skin rashes
  • Poor immune system
  • Low on nutrients
  • Cravings the sugar
  • Cravings for carbohydrates
  • Arthritis or joint pains
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Candida
  • IBS
  • Inflammation of the gut
  • Upper stomach pain
  • Allergies/sinus

If you have any of the symptoms please get in touch for a free phone consultation.


How to Heal Leaky Gut

Diet is the first step

Food reactions and food sensitivities are common symptoms of a leaky gut or an internal imbalance and need to be considered. It is essential to stop eating the foods that are causing the problem and causing inflammation. Start with cutting food out of your diet that you suspect are causing reactions. Many foods could be contributing to the problem, as you probably are not aware they are.

The second step is to allow complete digestion according to the natural rhythm of your body.

Daily Rhythm of Your Body

5 am to 7 am — Large Intestine Best time for bowel elimination.

7 am to 9 am — Stomach. Your stomach and digestive system have started to work. Have your largest meal of the day between 7 and 9 am, if possible.

9 am to 11 am — Pancreas/Spleen After digestion, the stomach sends its contents onwards. Pancreatic enzymes continue the digestive process, and carbohydrate energy is made available.

1 am – 1 pm — Heart. Food materials enter the bloodstream, and the heart pumps nutrients throughout the system and takes the lipid it requires.

1 pm to 3 pm — Small Intestine. Foods take a little longer to digest. Make sure your biggest meals are eaten before 2 pm or 3 pm, if possible.

3 pm to 5 pm — Bladder. The wastes from the morning’s nutrition clear, and the kidney’s filtration kick in.


7 pm to 9 pm — Pericardium. Nutrients are carried to capillaries and to the lymphatics.


9 pm to 11 pm — Triple Heater. The endocrine system adjusts the homeostasis of the body based on electrolyte and enzyme replenishment.

11 pm to 1 am — Gall Bladder. Initial cleansing tissues process cholesterol, enhance brain function, and your liver starts to cleanse toxins.

1 am to 3 am — Liver Cleansing of blood and processing of unwanted wastes.

3 am to 5 am — Lung. Respiration, oxygenation, and elimination of waste gases.

Rhythms Life Biological Clocks Control

Traditional Chinese Medicine

From a Traditional Chinese medicine approach, the cause of pain and human disease is blocked energy or a serious reduction of the flow of qi (energy) throughout the body. Qualified Practitioners that can help with clearing blocked energy are Chinese herbalists/acupuncturists and Functional Chiropractor/Kinesiologist. You can also take your foods and supplements to a Kinesiologist. They will test them to see if they are helping or hindering your body.

Healing The Gut

Probiotics can reverse the leaky gut by enhancing the production of tight junction proteins. Step three is to establish friendly gut bacteria, probiotics help reverse the leaky gut by enhancing the production of tight junction proteins which will support your immune system, reduce inflammation and protect your internal environment from unwanted guests.

parasites leaky gut and natural herbal treatment

You can take a combination of certified organic herbs as treatment support to stimulate good digestion and assist with the body’s immune response and help heal the gut. It is essential to healing a leaky gut, and this needs to be done in a step-by-step process.

Food to avoid for optimum health and protection from chronic illnesses

  • Dairy products
  • Milk
  • Cheese
  • Whey
  • Ice cream
  • Processed soya products
  • Wheat including gluten-free
  • Sweets/lollies
  • All grains
  • All refined sugar

Gut healing foods to include in your diet

  • Grass-fed gelatin powder
  • Eggs Boiled or poached
  • Fermented foods
  • Healthy fats (not canola)
  • L-Glutamine
  • Digestive enzymes
  • Broad spectrum probiotics
  • Fish oil

Healing your gut and restoring your body back to optimal health can take some time, and you have to be dedicated to healing yourself. It is so easy to drop back into old bad eating habits, and then the cycle starts all over again.

If you have low blood pressure do not take Cat’s Claw, which is one of the herbs in the Leaky Gut Blend. People with kidney or liver disease should not use Cat’s Claws or Milk Thistle without first consulting with their doctor or healthcare professional. Always check with your GP for herb interaction if you are taking prescribed medications.

Further Information

Blastocystis: How diet and microbiota affect its development and pathogenicity.

Please Note: We are selling loose herbs. We are not selling herbs as pre-packaged therapeutic products. All our herbs are made up individually and only encapsulated once you order. By purchasing our herbs online, you are giving us permission to encapsulate on your behalf. We make no therapeutic claims about any herbs we offer for sale. Always drink plenty of water and add extra fibre to your diet. If symptoms persist, seek medical advice. Self-diagnosis is unadvised.

If you are trying to conceive, pregnant or breastfeeding, do not take any herbs without consulting a qualified practitioner. We offer a free consultation.


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