I'm trying to heal leaky gut and potentially SIBO which I think are at the root of my mast cell issues. I've developed a lot of food sensitivities in the last several months. For the last couple months, I've been 'working' on leaky gut -- - Replacing NSAIDS w/ turmeric - Eliminating wheat, dairy, high-histamine foods. Eating a 'clean' diet. - Supporting digestion + HCl production w/ digestive enzymes, lemon juice (sometimes bitters), DGL licorice + quercetin before meals, probiotics I can't take L-glutamine or drink bone broth because of glutamate sensitivity. I'm thinking of starting an herbal protocol for SIBO but my budget is limited (can't try Dysbiocide, etc.). My plan so far is to continue the list above, and for 4 weeks take: Garlic w/ 4mg allicin, 1 softgel 3x daily Solaray Berberine complex, 1 capsule 2x daily 475mg neem leaf, 2 capsules 3x daily Does this look like it will do the trick? Is the dosing optimal (too long, too short), and should I start slower instead of starting all at once? Are these meant to be taken with or before food? I've read that it's not good to eat low FODMAPs during this protocol because we don't want to starve the good bacteria. Has anyone had good results with herbal treatment and what did you use/for how long?