Since dysbiosis by definition is the opposite of symbiosis, or balance, it makes sense that remedies for dysbiosis will bring the body back to a state of balance. There are many homeopathic remedies for dysbiosis that can help people who prefer to go the natural treatment route.
In people who have dysbiosis, there is an overgrowth of unfriendly organisms in the gut. The amount of these pathogenic bacteria outweighs the good bacteria that your gut needs to stay healthy.
Benefits of Homeopathic Remedies
Homeopathic treatments for dysbiosis focus on eradicating parasites and bad bacteria, but they don’t kill the good guys too like antibiotics do. When friendly bacteria is killed off in the intestines, it leaves the gut open to being colonized by yeast, parasites, and bad bacteria.
The following are some of the homeopathic remedies for dysbiosis that can help get ride of parasites and bad bacteria. These remedies also assist in healing some of the body’s reactions to the presence of parasites and bacteria:
- Nat Mur
- Bartya Carb
These homeopathic remedies for dysbiosis don’t necessarily focus on yeast overgrowth. Instead, they make it difficult for the yeast to grow, and they give friendly bacteria a chance to gain an upper hand on colonization in the gut.
Like other homeopathic remedies, these substances work under the assumption that distinct dilutions of substances have a demonstratable effect on living organisms under laboratory conditions. Homeopaths believe this means that the bacteria and fungi in homeopathic remedies will affect the human body by “training” it slowly to recognize a harmful substance and ultimately know how to fight it.
When friendly bacteria live in harmony with bad bacteria, they offer great health-promoting and maintenance benefits for the human body. The presence of friendly microorganisms in healthy balance to bad bacteria brings a person back to a state of symbiosis and wellbeing. Be sure to check out our other articles about Homeopathic Remedies for Colitis and Crohn’s disease.