Hydrochloric Acid (HCL) Protocol

Hydrochloric Acid Protocol
Hydrochloric Acid (HCL) Protocol

Hydrochloric acid (also called HCL) is considered one of the most important fluids (or “juices”) found in the human body. HCL is found inside the stomach and needed for many processes involved in digestive health. Unfortunately as you age, your production of hydrochloric acid decreases — which can increase gastrointestinal issues like heartburn, bloating and poor nutrient absorption. Additionally, not producing enough HCL can lead to many other problems, such as skin problems, including acne or rosacea, mineral deficiencies and autoimmune reactions.

Low stomach acid, meaning low levels of hydrochloric acid and other gastric juices, has been linked to many health conditions — including increased gas and bloating, heartburn or GERD, acid reflux symptoms, candida, bacterial overgrowth in the gut, and trouble digesting protein.

It might seem counterintuitive, but acid reflux/heartburn are not usually due to high amounts of stomach acid but are actually associated with inflammation and even low stomach acid in some cases. Heartburn occurs when there’s dysfunction of the sphincter valve located at the top of your stomach that normally stops acid from being let out into the esophagus.

This valve won’t close and open properly if there’s inflammation in the GI tract and if the pH of the stomach is not highly acidic. When gastric acid reaches the esophagus, it causes symptoms including pain, burning, coughing, hoarseness, throat irritation, asthma and more.

Supplementing with some additional HCL may help people that have become dependent on antacid medications, prescribed or OTC. This protocol can help you get off of these harmful medications once and for all. 

  • Add 20 drops of Hydrochloric Acid (HCL) to a glass of 3-4 ounces of distilled/Zero/reverse osmosis water and drink it down

  • You may do this once every 20 minutes for a total of 3 times in an hour

  • If you feel fine after the 3 HCL doses, you are good to go! However, if at any time the acid reflux returns, do another HCL Protocol

  • Some find relief taking an HCL Protocol 30 minutes prior to a large meal and again 30 minutes after finishing eating

  • Most find supplementing with additional HCL will only be needed for 1-2 weeks before finding relief permanently

  • You need to wait for 30 minutes after taking an HCL Protocol before taking an MMS Protocol 

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