Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Cures for antibiotic bacteria available NOW....

Today's Post:  Tuesday, 9-24-2013

A.  Background:

My wife is a history buff and loves to read well done history books.  One of the times in history that interests her most is the American Civil War.

These books spend some time on the lives of the people involved outside of their roles in the history.

One thing that jumps out at her are how often people then died suddenly and how much time people spent going to funerals.

That has NOT been true for decades since then.  Why not? 

1.  Public health and sanitation are at least half the reason which people often don’t know is so!

So many people died during the Civil War or were incapacitated from disease caused by lack of these things, in between that time and the end of World War II, the American military made huge strides in using preventive public health and sanitation.

And, these advances have been used across the country.

2.  Since then, we have found effective vaccines against many adult and childhood disease that used to kill so many.

3.  But the really big reason is that since the ending years of World War II, we have had effective antibiotics.

B.  THAT is on its way to becoming no longer the case!

To some degree that threatens your life and the lives of people you care about or depend on.

Worse, the dollar cost of fighting antibiotic resistant infections is rapidly becoming a really large issue in our total health care costs.

According to the CDC, at least 2 million people in the U.S. become infected with bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics, and at least 23,000 people die each year as a direct result of those infections. Many more people die from other conditions that were complicated by an antibiotic-resistant infection.

Worse, the overuse of antibiotics in factory farms in the United States and the widespread and uncontrolled use of antibiotics in the less developed world is likely to make this problem steadily worse.

True, there are efforts to develop new antibiotics and some of that research may pay off.

But many of these new drugs, have dreadful side effects and once they are used often, they too will tend to stop working.

C. Cures for antibiotic bacteria available NOW

The older and original antibiotics worked and had predictable effects on infectious bacteria with not that many side effects.

What if we could still kill antibiotic resistant bacteria with them now?  What if we could boost the capacity of the people sick with such bacteria to survive the assault while we killed the bacteria?

The potentially good news is that we can do both those things.

These methods are not now in wide use.

But there is a place that experiences such high direct costs now from fighting antibiotic resistant bacteria, they might be willing to try these methods when others don’t have enough motivation.

That place is the hospital!

So, it’s my hope that these existing methods in combination will cure people and do so enough faster that the hospitals who test them will get such good results, other hospitals will adopt them.  Then most people who need them will have access to them.

We now know 8 ways to fight antibiotic resistant bacteria with no new antibiotics needed!

The process is like a double check in chess.  The bacteria can resist one kind of attack.  But when you start hitting it with two or more kinds at the same time, it dies!

1.  The first one I found out about is silver.   There WAS a study reported in MNT that found that silver given patients with bacteria having multiple antibiotic resistant bacteria along with safe, now inexpensive, and once effective antibiotics allowed them to work!  The bacteria could fight the silver which was only moderately effective by itself.  And they had learned to fight the antibiotic.  But just like a double check in chess they could NOT do both at once!

2.  This article quotes results showing that adding thyme oil, carvacol, and lavender oil also does this though perhaps not as effectively as silver.

It certainly looks as if adding those to the antibiotics that used to work plus silver might even work with MRSA that is killing a patient or for antibiotic resistant gonorrhea or TB.

3.  Intravenous vitamin C HAS been shown to be effective against some cancers.  It may also be effective when fighting MRSA that is killing a patient or for antibiotic resistant gonorrhea or TB where a faster cure is wanted.

4.  Intravenous glutathione may boost the patient's immune systems and ability to survive and recover from the attack. According to Dr Perlmutter who tested it on his patients, it DOES do so.

5.  For people low in vitamin D3, 50,000 iu a day until the people test at 50 or above and 5,000 to 10,000 a day has also been shown to boost the patient's immune systems and ability to survive and recovery from the attack for both physical injuries and viral and bacterial infections.

As just one example, a Scandavian study found in an epidemic of a virulent flu that killed a number of people, it killed people seriously deficient in blood levels of vitamin D3 and almost no one with desirable levels.

6.  Taking astragulus may also have this kind of effect.  But that research is less for sure than those two are and the effect may be lower.

7.  For C Diff, having the patient drink a drink they like that's sweet and use TONS of sucralose first which has been found to kill almost all gut bacteria indiscriminately may well work to help kill the C Diff from yet another direction with great force.  Adding that to these other methods will likely cause it to be eliminated.

8.  Then the injection of the cleaned bacteria from the colon of a healthy person that has been tested to work is but less obnoxious and faster than a whole load of the stuff, restarts things and taking two kinds of probiotics three times a day for 3 weeks and then once a day after that would finish the job.

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Blogger David said...

(Does a way to kill antibiotic resistant bacteria exist that can work by itself or boost antibiotics by attacking the antibiotic resistant bacteria another way?)

An email I get from Jenny Thompson had this:

" ....not only does it exist, it's also 100% effective. It even kills the superbugs that antibiotic resistance created.

This medical marvel is intravenous vitamin C (IVC) -- also known as intravenous ascorbic acid (IAA).

Here's Dr. Spreen's take on it...

"It's been shown (decades ago) that there are no bacteria or viruses that can stand up to a high dose IVC. It kills ALL invading bacteria if the dose is high enough. That dose can be reached by any competent practitioner."

Of course, for most of us, IVC isn't as practical as taking a round of pills. But that's not necessarily the case for hospitalized patients. And hospitals are the front line of the worst superbugs."

& (Is there a tested protocol available to do this?)

"So if you're scheduled for a procedure that requires antibiotics -- or end up with a superbug after a procedure -- discuss using IVC with your doctor. You can get things started with a checklist for getting IVC in the hospital at DoctorYourself.Com. The list guides you through the whole process. "

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