Hysbiocide is a multi-stage, comprehensive 4-week supplement programme formulated to target and remedy hydrogen-dominant SIBO.
Each phase is meticulously designed with natural ingredients like berberine, oregano, L-glutamine, quercetin, and many more, ensuring a step-by-step, holistic approach to gut restoration.
Treatment is carefully titrated to slowly increase antimicrobials and antioxidants like L-glutathione to reduce the risks of side effects.
We recommend using it along with The IBS-SIBO Solution companion programme.
The need to know
What are the benefits?
• Potent Antibacterial Properties: With ingredients like high-dose berberine and oregano. Hysbiocide actively targets and eradicates misplaced bacteria in the small intestine, directly tackling the root cause of SIBO.
• Gut Lining Repair & Protection: By incorporating L-glutamine, zinc, selenium, and quercetin, Hysbiocide supports the repair of the mucosal lining.
• Comprehensive Gut Health Restoration: Following treatment, we recommend adding the Gut Heal protocol and progressively reintroducing fibre, vitamins, and essential minerals like Omega-3 and Vitamin D, ensuring a balanced recovery for a thriving gut ecosystem.
At the heart of SIBO lies the anomaly of misplaced fermentation due to bacteria's wrongful colonisation of the small intestine.
Hysbiocide is the first of a three-phase approach and is a strategic blueprint for SIBO management.
In Phase 1, a potent concoction of herbal antimicrobials targets and neutralises these bacterial culprits.
Concurrently, certain foods known to exacerbate SIBO are minimised.
Phase 2 focuses on the delicate reintroducing of previously eliminated foods alongside agents like L-glutamine and silymarin that repair and fortify the gut lining.
Finally, Phase 3 accentuates the importance of a diverse diet and supplements that maintain gut equilibrium, ensuring the lasting health of the digestive tract.
How will I know its working?
Symptomatic Relief: One of the first indicators of Hysbiocide's efficacy would be a noticeable reduction in bloating, gas, and discomfort, marking the suppression of unwanted fermentation.
Dietary Tolerance: As the regimen progresses, an increased ability to digest and tolerate a broader range of foods, especially those previously triggering SIBO symptoms, should be increased.
Overall Digestive Harmony: A restored sense of regularity, reduced inflammation, and absence of former SIBO-related complaints suggest successful treatment and restoration of gut balance.
When to take it?
Take each pack before food twice daily. Packs must be taken in the correct order as contents vary between morning and afternoon as well as week by week.
Serving Size 1 Vegetarian Capsule
Per Serving% Daily
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
† Daily Value not established.
Did you know?
SIBO, though a digestive concern, can indirectly affect various bodily functions, emphasising the gut's pivotal role in overall health.
The ileocecal valve, a seemingly insignificant gatekeeper between the small and large intestine, is crucial in preventing SIBO.
Not just a bacterial concern, up to 23% of SIBO cases also have an underlying fungal element, underscoring the need for comprehensive treatment.
Publications you might find interesting
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The latest research
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