Saturday, August 30, 2014

Antibiotic Failure

With all the news about Ebola people are starting to become aware of the failure of antibiotics. Most of them think they have no choice but to take whatever the doctor prescribes them, then come back for more when that one doesn’t work. On top of that there are side effects to antibiotics. These can range from diarrhea to allergic reactions and even heart attacks.

Unlike Ebola which is still isolated to Africa there are ‘superbugs’ that are just as dangerous on the streets within the United States and other developed countries. Most of them can be found in any hospital. Some of them are just as deadly as Ebola. The term ‘superbug’ has come to mean any disease that antibiotics won’t kill. Most viruses would fall into this category because antibiotics are useless against viruses, always have been and always will be.

What are some of these superbugs?

MRSA - methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, found in most hospitals      
KPC - Carbapenemase-producing Klebsiella pneuTmonia
CRE - carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae. This is part of the family that includes E-coli.
Clostridium difficile, an intestinal infection that is linked with IBD.

All of these are becoming stronger, spreading easier and doing more damage to those they infect.  The problem is that the cleaner hospitals try to make themselves using standard methods the worse things are getting. With every known chemical antiseptic and antibiotic there are always some bacteria that survive. Over time they truly become immune to the chemicals.

So what is a body to do?

Where nature can become immune to chemicals nature doesn’t seem to become immune to nature. So when chemicals are failing us we need to return to nature to fight bacteria. Most of these natural things are also antiviral, so you are covered either way. You don’t need to name what is making you sick, and you don’t need a prescription for nature either.
            Local Honey
Oregano Essential Oil
Olive Leaf Extract

Most of these can be used topically as well as internally. Some of them can be used preventively if others in the household are sick.  Whenever you use an antibiotic internally always follow up with fermented foods and a good probiotic. This recharges your good bacteria before the bad ones can multiply and supercharges your immune system.


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