Did you know that there are viral outbreaks happening more frequently ?
Antibiotics have been used for many years to treat outbreaks of viral infections.
Avian flu started about a 100 years ago. More recently in 2009 there was the serious outbreak of H1N1 or Swine Flu in Asia. Outbreaks of Avian Flu, Bird Flu, MRSA and Swine Flu have been reported by the media for many years now. According to Pub Med which is the National Library of Medicine:
MRSA stands for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. MRSA is a “staph” germ that does not get better with the first-line antibiotics that usually cure staph infections. When this occurs, the germ is “resistant” to the antibiotic.
It is normal for healthy people to have staph on their skin. Many of us do. Most of the time, it does not cause an infection or any symptoms. This is called “colonization” or “being colonized.” Someone who is colonized with MRSA can spread MRSA to other people.
A sign of a staph skin infection is a red, swollen, and painful area on the skin. Pus or other fluids may drain from this area. It may look like a boil. These symptoms are more likely to occur if the skin has been cut or rubbed because this gives the MRSA germ a way to “get in.” Symptoms are also more likely in areas where there is more body hair due to hair follicles.
MRSA infections in patients in health care facilities tend to be severe. These staph infections may be in the bloodstream, heart, lungs, or other organs, urine, or in the area of a recent surgery. Some symptoms of these severe infections are:
- Chest pain
- Cough or shortness of breath
- Fever and chills
- General ill feeling
- Wounds that do not heal
Medical providers are now having problems treating people that come down with viral infections.
Pharmaceutical drug companies do not want to invest a billion dollars in antibiotic drugs that people will only take for one week or so.
Drug companies are more interested in spending money on researching lifestyle disease drugs that treat diseases like Diabetes, Heart Disease and Obesity.
Many people do not respond to antibiotics now and medical personnel have very little to treat some of these viral infections.
There is hope.
Nature provides an all natural antibiotic.
Stabilized Allicin is a powerful natural product that has been available since around 1999. Dr. Peter Josling is a British Biochemist that found a way to capture the Allicin Powder through a process that he discovered in his lab.
Before you rush off to your local grocery to buy some garlic, you should understand a little more about the process of stabilizing the allicin from crushed cloves of garlic. When you peel a clove of garlic and take a knife to begin chopping up the garlic, the chemical allicin is released. Allicin has been proven to kill the MRSA virus in a petri dish in the United Kingdom.
Dr. Josling has created a natural antibiotic that contains Stabilized Allicin and Organic Camu Camu. The product Dr. Josling formulated is Camucin.
When you take one veggie capsule of Camucin, you are getting the equivalent of eating 30 cloves of raw garlic but without the taste! You won’t even smell like Garlic either!
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