Monday, April 28, 2008

The End of Antibiotics

A new article by NaturalNews was recently posted on the end of the Antibiotic Era.

Eventually antibiotics are going to be seen as one of the worst things to ever come out of pharmaceutical science because in the end, they have made us only weaker in the face of ever increasingly strong super bugs that are resistant to all the antibiotics doctors have at their disposal.

Diseases include measles, scarlet fever, tuberculosis, typhoid fever, pneumonia, influenza, whooping cough, diphtheria and polio. All were in decline for several decades before the introduction of antibiotics or vaccines - Dr. Lawrence Wilson."

Let's get back to remembering the forgotten cures for bacterial diseases like MRSA. These cures were very successful before the advent of antibiotics. Purchase our ebook on the forgotten MRSA and Staph Infection Treatments, by going to

To read the full article on the end of the antibiotic era, click here: The End of Antibiotics

Be well,

French Volcanic Clay Kills Antibiotic-Resistant MRSA Superbug

A new article out on Natural (the Health Ranger) shows another natural product (not an antibiotic) that has been shown to kill MRSA.

I've heard of some people being told to "go roll around in the dirt" to get rid of their MRSA, and I've heard some reports of that working. I believe the effect was in "normalizing" their resident bacteria living on their skin. Just like in our digestive system, bacteria live in balance. Put more of the "good" guys in, and that will support your body being in balance.

In light of the last article posted on many soil bacteria eating antibiotics for breakfast, if you do work or play in the dirt and want to avoid more antibiotic resistant soil bacteria, a) make sure you're not anyway near feedlots areas where livestock are housed as bacteria in your soil will be more antibiotic resistant and b) don't place dirt in your skin infections!

Anyway, check out this article on a certain type of soil that MRSA is susceptible too. Many spas offer similar types of services now-a-days. Could be something worth looking into.

French Volcanic Clay Kills Antibiotic-Resistant MRSA Superbug

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Be well,

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Antibiotic Eating Bacteria and Staph SuperBugs

See the full story at Antibiotic Eating Bacteria and Staph SuperBugs

I recently discovered an article in, a natural health website, discussing how Harvard researchers have found that hundreds of soil microbes literally eat antibiotics, and that they can thrive on antibiotics as their ONLY nutritional source. It turns out these many species of bacteria, some related to current SuperBug bacteria, can exist solely on antibiotics as their only food source.

Should you be worried about this new information?

See the full story at Antibiotic Eating Bacteria and Staph SuperBugs

Sources: ABC News April 3, 2008, Science April 4, 2008

Sunday, April 20, 2008

Will I Get Better If I Have MRSA or Staph?

See the full story at Will I get better if I have MRSA or Staph?

The number one question I hear from people handling MRSA infections is will I get better if I have MRSA? If you look at the MRSA statistics, it's easy to ask that question. The number one challenge people have with MRSA is recurring infections. People’s fears about getting better are well justified. In 2005, more people died from MRSA than from AIDS, and the numbers keep going up every year.

You've probably heard an earful from the news, your friends or your doctor about MRSA. Did you know that research is now showing that some bacteria (like MRSA) can actually go into hiding in your body when antibiotics are present? Read on to learn more about this serious and potentially life-threatening bacterial disease.

So, will I get better if I have MRSA? The answer is YES - IF you learn how to achieve long-term success with your infection. Antibiotics and other common treatments can bring you quick relief from your infection, but they do nothing to help you avoid recurring infections with MRSA in the long-term.

See the full story at will I get better if I have MRSA or Staph?

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