Monday, April 28, 2008

French Volcanic Clay Kills Antibiotic-Resistant MRSA Superbug

A new article out on Natural News.com (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,
Michelle

1 comment:

Ryan said...

This Sounds fun Michelle, and crew(-: