For a good alternative medicine practitioner MRSA and other infections are easily cured, but for western medicine these super bugs are creating a serious problem, because ‘they are evolving’.
Research when scientists have created the last really new antibiotic, that is not just a mixture of the old ones. (Oh, oh.) Western medicine is about to fail like the economy.
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(… and there are a lot more – even better – natural medicines available that have also no side effects and detoxify the body of all kinds of toxins and other parasites as well.)
A healthy body with a good immune system has no problems with infections. A body, that is loaded with poisons from food, water, air pollution, vaccines etc. is more and more becoming acidic, the excellent repair systems of the body start to fail and the immune system cannot function properly anymore.
An acidic environment gives the signal to mother nature that the body is dying. Parasites will take the body down and recycle it for her. Harmful parasites cannot thrive in a alkaline environment.
(Yes, the body is keeping the blood pH-value alkaline, it has to or it dies immediately. The body keeps the blood as pure as possible at all costs. So if you see changes in the blood pH-value the crisis is already very, very severe or deadly.)
In TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) they say that you can only get seriously ill, if you have been ‘sick’ before.
A well functioning immune system is much, much stronger than all the police, armies and special forces in the world combined.
CHICAGO – Researchers say they found an “alarming” increase in children’s ear, nose and throat infections nationwide caused by dangerous drug-resistant staph germs. Other studies have shown rising numbers of skin infections in adults and children caused by these germs, nicknamed MRSA, but this is the first nationwide report on how common they are in deeper tissue infections in the head and neck, the study authors said. These include certain ear and sinus infections, and abcesses that can form in the tonsils and throat.
The study found a total of 21,009 pediatric head and neck infections caused by staph germs from 2001 through 2006. The percentage caused by hard-to-treat MRSA bacteria more than doubled during that time from almost 12 percent to 28 percent.
“In most parts of the United States, there’s been an alarming rise,” said study author Dr. Steven Sobol, a children’s head and neck specialist at Emory University.
The study appears in January’s Archives of Otolaryngology, released Monday.
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