ANTIBIOTICS – DID YOU KNOW?
Will You And Your Loved Ones
Survive In A World Without
The truth is, the comfortable world as we have known it for the last 60 years is coming rapidly to an end. Bacteria are deadly and the short period of time where we were able to control them is vanishing fast. Even as you read this, a new strain could be emerging somewhere, just a handful of resistant germs; but because of their fantastic power of multiplication (doubling every 20 minutes or so), that new strain could be all over the Earth within months, or even weeks.
You’ve heard of MRSA, everyone has heard of MRSA. But did you know it now kills more people than AIDS and is gaining ground? It doesn’t require unusual sexual practices to spread; with the latest strain you can literally inhale it at your local club or supermarket. Many people did and died rapidly as a result.
But it’s not just MRSA. Now we have VRE (vancomycin resistant enterococcus), which is far more deadly than MRSA (100% fatal septicemia) . Also we now have PRSP (penicillin-resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae). It is reported that out of 100,000 hospitalizations for pneumonia, 40% are now due to this organism!
Have you heard of vibrio vulnificus? It’s a deadly little bacterium, common on the beaches of the USA and elsewhere. If it gets in through the tiniest skin cut, it can kill you in hours. In my eReport “How To Survive In A World Without Antibiotics” I show you a shocking picture of one man’s hideous leg (just moments before amputation) that was ripped apart by this unstoppable bug, once it gets going.
And don’t forget, resistant syphilis is back on the loose. Syphilis (Lues) was one of the most feared of all diseases for centuries and kept young men and women in terror of the act of union. It cast its dark shadow over saints and sinners alike and many a creative genius was snuffed out by its chill wind (Christopher Columbus, King Henry VIII, George Washington, Frederick Delius, Hugo Wolf, Henri de Touslouse-Lautrec and Scott Joplin all died of it).
Well, that’s the bad news, no mistake. The medical world is falling apart as it struggles to contain these deadly new resistant forms.
Yet they were inevitable from the start. Our smug complacency and the feeling we could dominate bacteria was foolish in the extreme. Do you remember the character of Jeff Goldblum in Jurrassic Park? He kept warning “Life will find a way”; life will conquer; it will use its fantastic adaptation capabilities to get round anything in its way.
You can’t hold back bacteria. They are too overwhelmingly numerous and powerful. Bacteria are EVERYWHERE. Your body, incredibly, is 10% bacteria by dry weight.
You are in real danger
Doctors don’t even consider hygiene these days. They just fall back on antibiotics.
A study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine (2004), brought to light the fact that doctors, even surgeons, who thought they were not being watched, didn’t bother to wash their hands much. They were caught on a hidden video camera.
This is despite the proof from Dr. Ignaz Semmelweiss, going back over a century, that surgeons washing their hands before an operation saved the lives of countless women in childbed (puerperal sepsis or “childbed fever” had over 50- 100% mortality and it was mainly caused by poor hygiene technique).
They observed just 57% of doctors washing their hands between patients. Internists and medical students were the most diligent about washing their hands. Strangely, surgeons and anesthesiologists washed their hands least often. It’s unforgivable!
But there is GOOD news…
In the days before antibiotics not everyone died of their infections. There were scores of great, workable non-drug solutions to infections. These remedies still work!
You need to get to know them, get re-acquainted with our folk and natural heritage again and fast. You never know when the next outbreak will sweep your neighborhood.
It’s important to strengthen your immune defences. But you also need to go on a short education course of learning what your antibiotic-alternative options are.
You probably know that one of the reasons we have antibiotic resistant bacteria threatening our very lives is that these wonder drugs have been overused. Doctors are partly to blame. But did you know that the MAIN problem comes from farmers abusing antibiotics, administering them to livestock to keep them “healthy” while raising animals in cruel and unhygienic conditions?
This continuous feeding of antibiotics naturally creates resistant bacteria, which come to us in our food and so the problem is spread widely and uncontrolledly. Yes, doctors don’t take enough care in what they prescribe. But agriculture and the farming “industry” is probably the biggest culprit and the one that threatens your children the most. 70% of all antibiotics in the USA, for example, are fed to healthy chickens,pigs and cattle.
Unquestionably, sensible people don’t want to use antibiotics at all. So we should use other remedies first and only fall back on antibiotics when the threat is very serious.
You can serve your community well by learning what to do INSTEAD of antibiotics. Strangely, natural remedies don’t seem to create resistant strains. You can use them freely and with good effect, yet not store up serious problems for the future.
Did you know a certain color light kills bacteria? Fresh air and sunlight are very healing, as every Mom knows. But laboratory testing puts it on a firm footing, showing that one color in particular blasts organisms dead.
Honey works well. Patients with MRSA have been emailing their wild success.
You can inject a substance that would burn holes in the carpet straight into a human vein. It produces an overwhelming immune response and has brought some patients back from death. You think I’m crazy? I’ve done it to myself MORE THAN ONCE when a severe infection supervened and I’m not crazy—it works every time! (I don’t ask patient to accept anything that I wouldn’t do to myself).
The best answer of all is not to get infections. I haven’t had even a cold for over a decade and I’ll share with you the big secrets of how I stay so healthy, even in my 6th decade.
This is an education, not just a book. You need to get this learning NOW before it’s too late. In the course of time you will be looked up to as a wise person who had the foresight to think and plan ahead and learn the new rules before the referee’s starting whistle! Believe me, in the heat of a crisis with someone you love slipping away before your eyes is not the time to ask if anything beyond accepted medical care could help save his or her life.
Extract from Dr Keith Scott-Mumby’s report found at : http://mrsahotline.com/futuretech/
ADDENDUM – ANTIBIOTIC ELIMINATION
Just five days on a vegetarian diet can significantly reduce the levels of antibiotics and toxic chemicals in the human body, researchers have found.
Scientists recruited 25 people to stay at a Buddhist temple for five days, living the same lifestyle as the monks residing there. This lifestyle included adhering to a strictly meat-free diet. The researchers did not state whether dairy products were included in the diet or not. Participants were also surveyed about their diet prior to beginning the study.
Researchers took urine samples from all participants both 48 hours before and immediately after the five-day Temple Stay. This urine was tested for antibiotics and their metabolites, as well as six chemicals produced by the body upon the breakdown of phthalates.
Phthalates are industrial chemicals used in the manufacture of pesticides and soft plastics. They have been proven to interfere with vertebrate hormonal systems, producing defects of the reproductive, nervous and other bodily systems. Because it is difficult to detect phthalates in urine, the researchers instead had to test for its metabolites.
All six phthalate metabolites were detected in every participant both before and after the study, but levels of five metabolites had significantly dropped over the course of the study. The findings suggest that food is one of several sources through which humans are exposed to phthalates. Nonetheless, the researchers found that participants who had eaten more beef, pork and dairy prior to the study started out with higher phthalate levels than participants who had eaten less of those foods.
At the beginning of the study, levels of various antibiotics were detected in nearly all participants; by the end, levels of all drugs had dropped dramatically. The scale of the decrease suggests that food is the major source of human antibiotic exposure.
Livestock raised for both meat and dairy production are regularly treated with large doses of antibiotics in order to promote quick growth.