My Experience With Matula Tea
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teeny123

Marcy, NY

#1 Apr 20, 2010
PART 1
Background:

My nightmare with H Pylori Started when my mother went to get her hearing checked by an ear, nose throat specialist. Against her wishes he wanted to examine her esophagus or something, so he ran in the next room and grabbed a laryngoscope (sterilized or not, who knows) and bullied her, until she gave in and he stuck it down her throat. She came home crying an upset. Several days later she started experiencing stomach pains. This is a woman who, for 48 years of her life never had any stomach problems, and neither did anyone in our family. I couple of weeks later I started experiencing weird stomach pains, bloating, & constipation. My Mom’s stomach pains progressed to bloating, constipation and acid reflux. She was convinced the doctor infected her somehow. I thought it was probably nothing, and would go away on its own. She finally went to her doctor and he tested her for H. Pylori. It came back positive. By now other members of my family were experiencing the same symptoms. We all went to get tested and the results came back positive for H. Pylori.

1st Antibiotic Treatment:
My mom & I went on the 2 week antibiotic treatment, & proton pump. During the antibiotic treatment I thought I would die. I’ve never felt so awful in my life. My kidneys were hurting; I walked like a hunchback and couldn’t stand up straight. I looked like an old lady at 24 yrs old. About 3 weeks after I finished the treatment, I developed an ulcer and had blood in my stool.(Probably from the strong antibiotics). My doctor just shrugged at the pain & blood. Said it was “probably” normal.(Can you believe this!!!) So I tried the cabbage juice for the ulcer it did not work. I finally stumbled upon Manuka honey and my ulcer pain went away within 2 doses. It was great. After 3 months, I went to get re-tested( H. Pylori stool antigen test) and it still came back positive. I was infuriated. I damaged my body with antibiotics, all for nothing! The doctor, once again, just shrugged and suggested we do another round of antibiotics.

Part 2 Below....
teeny123

Marcy, NY

#2 Apr 20, 2010
PART 2 Continued....
Matula Tea Treatment:

I went online and found the matula tea site for H. Pylori. It looked a little fishy and too good to be true. But I decided to try it, because there was no way I was going on the antibiotics again. So I got a box for myself and I convinced my sister and her husband to not do the antibiotics, but try the tea instead. Since they both got infected by me and my mom, while eating at our house frequently.

When I started the tea, I immediately noticed a change in my stool & bowl movements for the better. The tea tasted ok, and I was not experiencing any side effects. I also realized that each packet could be double brewed. So after I soaked a packet for my dose, I would re-soak the tea packet for my mom and she would drink it. Sometimes I would boil the tea packet after I’d used it and the tea would be darker the 2nd time around. I did this because my mom did not want to spend all that money on a tea that may or may not work. And I wanted her to get treated by the tea as well. I managed to extend the 1 box/ 1 month supply for one person into 1.5 months for two people. After the treatment was over, I waited a month to get re-tested (As per instructions) and my test results and that of my mom came back NEGATIVE!!! I was ecstatic. The doctor of course, could have cared less that there was an alternative treatment for H Pylori.

Unfortunately my sister’s and her husband’s tests came back positive for H .Pylori after the tea.(but they only did 1 month) They did get all their money back. The Matula Tea representative did suggest that they purchase another box of tea for a second month. He told them that only 1 customer has had a positive test come back after two months. They decided not to repurchase, but get their refund. But I told them to save their used packets of tea during their 1st treatment just in case. They put them in the freezer. After they got their money back, they decided to do another month of matula tea with the frozen used packets that they had. They boiled them to get a stronger tea and they took it for a month. And now they’re free of H. Pylori too.

Conclusions & Suggestions:

I think the matula tea really works. But I think you need to be on it longer than a month. My mom & I did about a month and a half, and my sister and her husband did 2 months.

I also think the tea can be double brewed, and each packet can be used 2-3 times, especially if you boil it, the tea comes out even darker than if you soak it for the recommended time.

I also think it is very IMPORTANT to be taking probiotics during the tea treatment and after, as it kills pylori and other bacteria.(I have the kambucha mushroom and Kefir at home). Stupidly, I did not take any probiotics while on the tea (even though it is recommended in the instructions).

My sister’s husband and I did experience some mild acidity/heartburn a couple of days after stopping the tea. My sister’s husband treated it with prilosec (which was stupid & unhealthy) and I just took some manuka honey, slippery elm powder and more probiotics and the acidity/heartburn went away after a week and never returned. I think this heartburn was probably a result of lowered stomach acid and reduced flora in the stomach and intestines. That is why I think the probiotics are crucial with matula tea.

Hope this helps.
teeny124

Marcy, NY

#3 Apr 20, 2010
PART 1
Background:

My nightmare with H Pylori Started when my mother went to get her hearing checked by an ear, nose throat specialist. Against her wishes he wanted to examine her esophagus or something, so he ran in the next room and grabbed a laryngoscope (sterilized or not, who knows) and bullied her, until she gave in and he stuck it down her throat. She came home crying an upset. Several days later she started experiencing stomach pains. This is a woman who, for 48 years of her life never had any stomach problems, and neither did anyone in our family. I couple of weeks later I started experiencing weird stomach pains, bloating, & constipation. My Mom’s stomach pains progressed to bloating, constipation and acid reflux. She was convinced the doctor infected her somehow. I thought it was probably nothing, and would go away on its own. She finally went to her doctor and he tested her for H. Pylori. It came back positive. By now other members of my family were experiencing the same symptoms. We all went to get tested and the results came back positive for H. Pylori.

1st Antibiotic Treatment:

My mom & I went on the 2 week antibiotic treatment, & proton pump. During the antibiotic treatment I thought I would die. I’ve never felt so awful in my life. My kidneys were hurting; I walked like a hunchback and couldn’t stand up straight. I looked like an old lady at 24 yrs old. About 3 weeks after I finished the treatment, I developed an ulcer and had blood in my stool.(Probably from the strong antibiotics). My doctor just shrugged at the pain & blood. Said it was “probably” normal.(Can you believe this!!!) So I tried the cabbage juice for the ulcer it did not work. I finally stumbled upon Manuka honey and my ulcer pain went away within 2 doses. It was great. After 3 months, I went to get re-tested( H. Pylori stool antigen test) and it still came back positive. I was infuriated. I damaged my body with antibiotics, all for nothing! The doctor, once again, just shrugged and suggested we do another round of antibiotics.
flinstone

Placerville, CA

#4 Jun 21, 2010
How often did you take the tea, 2x a day on empty stomach? Also did you adhere strictly to the recomended diet?
Jamal

Etobicoke, Canada

#5 Jun 22, 2010
Hi flinstone,

I tried matula tea myself to treal my H.pylori infection and believe me, it doesn't work at all.

It's a scam that's it. 200 dollars for no resulats is simply scam. I tried it because I was like you very sick and also very curious.

Remember that the stool test is about 300 dollars. So even their refund pilicy is hypocritical. They don'T accept breath test which is high sensitive than stool test and cheaper. but their goal is to discourage people from doing stool tests becuase it will cost us about 300 dollars to get back 200 bucks.

Matula tea is a lie and a big scam.

You could also see by yourself how mony people did try it in this forum and it didn't get rid of their infection.

Wich you a good luck.
Been Around-Done That

Covington, LA

#6 Jun 23, 2010
Jamal wrote:
Hi flinstone,
I tried matula tea myself to treal my H.pylori infection and believe me, it doesn't work at all.
It's a scam that's it. 200 dollars for no resulats is simply scam. I tried it because I was like you very sick and also very curious.
Remember that the stool test is about 300 dollars. So even their refund pilicy is hypocritical. They don'T accept breath test which is high sensitive than stool test and cheaper. but their goal is to discourage people from doing stool tests becuase it will cost us about 300 dollars to get back 200 bucks.
Matula tea is a lie and a big scam.
You could also see by yourself how mony people did try it in this forum and it didn't get rid of their infection.
Wich you a good luck.
Matula Tea is not a scam! It actually works! About three months ago I had an EGD (endoscopy) at our local hospital with a biopsy. The biopsy was examined at a lab and came back positive for H. pylori. Because I did not want to use the anti-biotic treatment due to severe side effects from a prior incident, I decided to try the Matula Tea with great apprehension and little expection of results. After taking the tea (exactly as directed) for 30 days I waited about a month (as suggested by the folks who sell it) and had my Internist write a prescription for a stool test at our local hospital. Today (June 23, 2010) my Internist's office called with the results. The H. pylori was cured and gone! I am a 100% service connected disabled war veteran andlive in a rural community in the north Georgia mountains (USA)but we do have fine doctors, a great local hospital, and good all around medical care, including the VA Medical Center, in Atlanta. If anyone has questions, my e-mail address is: [email protected]
flinstone

Roseville, CA

#7 Jun 23, 2010
Thanks for the feedback. I'v seen positive and negative postings about matula, try to make an informed decision. By following stricktly the dietary recomendations along with the tea, theoretically would eradicate the bug, that would explain why for some worked and others not. The price, it's proprietary nature/blend are lack of competition are still a big question. Did anybody eradicated the bug with allicin (good quality profesional caps like Allimax)? The antibiotics couldn't tolerate, also candida overgrowth was diagnosed.
flinstone

Placerville, CA

#8 Jun 24, 2010
Hi Jamal,
Thanks for the feedback, how did you get rid of yours?
Jamal

Etobicoke, Canada

#9 Jun 25, 2010
Hi flinstone,

I didn't heal mine. I'm steel sick with it. and even my wife got it from me I think. She is H.pylori positive.

Mastic leaves are doing good job for me now. My brother send them to me from Morroco. It`s a wild herb there.

You can try it if you have money. I was curious like you too when I read some positive feedbacks. But are those people real? How to reach them?

The scam of matula tea seems to me like the scam of cellulase enzyme to destroy candida when candida albican has no cellulose at all in its membrane.

People are unethical.

For been aroun that done,

Hi, could you please give me the name of the hospital that does stool test for H.pylori. Because as far as I know stool test are very expensive.

Thank you.
Been Around-Done That

Covington, LA

#10 Jun 26, 2010
Jamal wrote:
Hi flinstone,
I didn't heal mine. I'm steel sick with it. and even my wife got it from me I think. She is H.pylori positive.
Mastic leaves are doing good job for me now. My brother send them to me from Morroco. It`s a wild herb there.
You can try it if you have money. I was curious like you too when I read some positive feedbacks. But are those people real? How to reach them?
The scam of matula tea seems to me like the scam of cellulase enzyme to destroy candida when candida albican has no cellulose at all in its membrane.
People are unethical.
For been aroun that done,
Hi, could you please give me the name of the hospital that does stool test for H.pylori. Because as far as I know stool test are very expensive.
Thank you.
The hospital that did my stool test was Fannin Regional Hospital, in Blue Ridge, Georgia. Probanly not in your area but any hospital can do it. As to the cost, mine was paid for by my insurance so until I get the statement I have no idea what it cost. Matula Tea worked for me. My H. pyloria diagnosis came as the result of an EGD (endoscopy) and a biopsy so there is no doubt of the accuracy of the diagnosis. You have to take the tea for 30 days exactly as directed, That includes taking it on an empty stomach and at the times specified. My internist verified the cure so there is no doubt that it worked for me and worked very well. Sorry that you had bad luck but it is not a scam. It works!
Jamal

Etobicoke, Canada

#11 Jun 27, 2010
I don'T know why you are putting an accent on " You have to take the tea for 30 days exactly as direct". It seems like somebody who works for matula scam team. I did take for 30 days on empty sthomach, it doesn't eal my gastritis nor it did kill H.pylori.

There is no bad luck. There is just a scam.

In their web site, it says it works 100%. No it is about luck. What a scam.

Even garlic works well agaist bacteria in vitro, but does garlic heal people from H.pylori? I donn't think so.

We need honest people here, not people who promote the matula scam by asking us exactly what the scam artist told us before Take it for 30 days in an empty stomach. I did that, I kept my self fasting easting just one a day.

If that matula tea was true, it will be patented. That what every honest person will do.

Remember I paid 200 dollars for this scam. It was not free either.
Jamal

Etobicoke, Canada

#12 Jun 27, 2010
some people here come just whem there is a real negative feedback about matula tea. They are here as a scammer to keep a balance of negative/ positive feedbacks.

Well, why those people never said anything about matua tea scam except when jamal put his true story about this fake tea?

Just check the forum and see how many people had tried matua tea and it doesn't did what it is supposed to.

They are still sick.
Been Around-Done That

Charlotte, NC

#13 Jun 27, 2010
Jamal wrote:
I don'T know why you are putting an accent on " You have to take the tea for 30 days exactly as direct". It seems like somebody who works for matula scam team. I did take for 30 days on empty sthomach, it doesn't eal my gastritis nor it did kill H.pylori.
There is no bad luck. There is just a scam.
In their web site, it says it works 100%. No it is about luck. What a scam.
Even garlic works well agaist bacteria in vitro, but does garlic heal people from H.pylori? I donn't think so.
We need honest people here, not people who promote the matula scam by asking us exactly what the scam artist told us before Take it for 30 days in an empty stomach. I did that, I kept my self fasting easting just one a day.
If that matula tea was true, it will be patented. That what every honest person will do.
Remember I paid 200 dollars for this scam. It was not free either.
As an 83 year old 100% service-connectedv disabled war veteran, I don't work for Matula Tea or anybody! I also paid 200 dollars for 60 packs of the tea because I cannot take anti-biotics and was willing to try anything that offered relief.I don't know anything about your experience but what you post so really have no idea if it worked for you or not. I can only report what happened to me personally and the fact is that it killed my H. pylori which was diagnosed by an EGD (endoscopy)performed in our local hospital and the fact that a stool test performedv in that same hospital proved that the H. pylori was gone. That is good enough for me. And I resent being accused by you of participating in any scheme of any kind. If it didn't work for you simoly take the stool test and send the results with a request for a refund instead of slamming other posters that you know nothing about with wild accusations.
Ttj

Karaj, Iran

#14 Jun 28, 2010
Jamal -

I think "Been Around-Done That" is a genuine poster and I'm definitely from Iran!!

You have to remember that Pylori has so many different strains - have you ever thought that it may work against some strains but not others?
Been Around-Done That

Covington, LA

#15 Jun 28, 2010
Ttj wrote:
Jamal -
I think "Been Around-Done That" is a genuine poster and I'm definitely from Iran!!
You have to remember that Pylori has so many different strains - have you ever thought that it may work against some strains but not others?
Thank you! And you are probably correct that H. pylori has many different strains and that the tea (or any other proposed cure) might work against some strains and not against others. I am happy that it worked for me and regret that it did not work for Jamal. It is a lousy disease to have and it caused an ulcer for me. Good lick in finding a treatment that works for Jamal.
Jamal

Cambridge, Canada

#16 Jun 28, 2010
To Ttj,

Hi, I just noticed that in matula tea web site they say that it works agaist many strains of H.pylori.

To Been Around Done that,

Hi,I didn't accuse you but I was sick of faulse claims on the web.

Unfortunatly, here in Toronto the hospitals don't do stool test for H.pylori. The only tests that they do are urea breath test and biopsy test, two tests not accepted by the matula tea team for their so called refund policy.

Does the tea works from the beginning? Your pain stopped? Could you explain please?

Thank you very much.
Been Around-Done That

Richmond, KY

#17 Jun 29, 2010
Jamal wrote:
To Ttj,
Hi, I just noticed that in matula tea web site they say that it works agaist many strains of H.pylori.
To Been Around Done that,
Hi,I didn't accuse you but I was sick of faulse claims on the web.
Unfortunatly, here in Toronto the hospitals don't do stool test for H.pylori. The only tests that they do are urea breath test and biopsy test, two tests not accepted by the matula tea team for their so called refund policy.
Does the tea works from the beginning? Your pain stopped? Could you explain please?
Thank you very much.
For me, the tea began to work gradually by reducing my stomach problems and pain. It took about two weeks before I noticed much improvement. The small ulcer I had began to heal and the pain from gastritis lessened. After the treatment was over I continued to improve and feel better. I waited about a month after all the tea was taken and had the stool test. Don't get me wrong. Things are not perfect but the pain is gone. But then I will be 83 years old next month and when you are as old as I am nothing works like it did years ago. The answer as to whether the tea worked for me is is a definate yes! I can get on with my life or what is left of it. I regret that the Toronto hospitals do not do stool tests. I live in a small community in the north Georgia (USA) mountains and our small hospital's labratory does them all the time so for me it was easy. I wish you only the best and hope you find a cure for your H. pylori.
Ttj

Karaj, Iran

#18 Jun 29, 2010
You are a nice person BADT. I hope you'll live to be 150 Pylori free :-)

Nice knowing you.
Jamal

Cambridge, Canada

#19 Jun 30, 2010
Hi BADT,

Thank you for the fast reply.
Do you know anybody else who took Matula and have a good results?

Best regards,
Been Around-Done That

United States

#20 Jul 1, 2010
Jamal wrote:
Hi BADT,
Thank you for the fast reply.
Do you know anybody else who took Matula and have a good results?
Best regards,
No. Wish I could help. If I find anyone who has used it in my smal, rural, community I will post it right away.I didn't even know about Matula tea until I went on the internet after my diagnosis to try to find a natural remedy because of my problems with anti-biotics. Sorry I can't help you more.

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