People affected with SIBO typically have a high level of bacteria in the small intestine. Ifeverything is normal, these bacteria should be located in the large intestine. Bacteria feed onthe remains of food in the small intestine before food is completely dissolved and nutrients absorbed. Their diet leads to pain, bloating, diarrhea, constipation and gas.
Excessive growth of bacteria can cause inflammation, which has a negative effect on the mucous membrane of the small intestine.
Of course, there are many medications to relieve this condition, but they are full of chemicals and, in fact, you only need to allicin, which can be found in products such as garlic, oregano,and other similar plants with strong antimicrobial properties.
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