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Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #180 by removed to product forum
Posted: August 25, 2012 at 01:30
Re: new w/ probable mrsa infection
Reply #5 by yvonne conner Posted: August 24, 2012 at 23:44

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Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #181 by removed to product forum
Posted: September 7, 2012 at 15:07
Started by RAY Posted: September 7, 2012 at 07:20

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Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #182 by removed to product forum
Posted: September 19, 2012 at 15:08
fight mrsa and live better
Started by patrick h Posted: September 19, 2012 at 12:51

im a natural holistic indian medicine man, garlic steam
>.. no paticular order , quality refrences must be
> > researched ,lot o bad quality crap out there . Non - irradiated *
> > goldenseal ROOT not hearb , - A good quality collodial silver supply , oil
> > of oregano / fresh live oregano , - echinacea root ,-,read more at
> > , -grapefruit seed
> > extract ,caps , -Manuka honey ,- pro -biotics , -L -lycine 500 mg , - folic
> > acid ,- >only fresh live non irradiated garlic inhale fumes , crush wait 30
> > min paint on juice ,in hot bath abzorbes trough the skin, ect im naseling
> > the collodial silver solution now i figure kill bact were it starts i put
> > the c.silver solution at 100% strength in steral eye wash bottle and squirt
> > it up my nose every 1/2 hour or so laying on back and letting it sit in the
> > sinus cavity A L A P thus abzorbing more into the blood stream getting more
> > bang for the buck ,and flushing the nose ect were it likes to grow and enter
> > the blood to travel troughout the body,i still put put it under my tongh
> > also ,but i think the sinus is best ,im studying and working up to getting
> > supplies to steral i.v. inject maby , still need
> > study but seems vary prob ... when snorting c silver solution 100%if a "headache occures" thats good
> > it means a bact kill has taken place .and im down to 1 goldenseal root in AM
> > for assist flushing dead bact ect ...everythings at , this is the link to the shit that will pull
> > you back away from that grave your inching tworde >
> >a good nature made pro-biotic will assist everything
> >
> > here again > and garlic fresh non irradiated garlic crush in good garlic crusher ,wait 30 min ,inhale fumes ,use like chewing tobacco ,paint on in hot bath ,eat ect. 5 days on this program and im feeling so much better now .i was looking into the grave, 21581

Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #183 by removed to product forum
Posted: September 30, 2012 at 17:18
Re: Can MRSA infect bones/joints?
Reply #137 by aYSELI Posted: September 30, 2012 at 16:43

Yes mrsa does infect the bones. In fact if the emune system is srong,
one can reverse the bone condition. It is not just taking the right
herbs tgoug, Bowel clensing as well. If the bowels are congested, no
metter what wev put in , it does not go to the right places. Irecomend
to read Andreas Moritz's book called The amazing liver cleanse
Good luck
Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #184 by removed to USA/Canada Product forum
Posted: October 12, 2012 at 15:48
Manuka honey healed my mrsa outbreak in 24 hrs
Started by helper Posted: October 12, 2012 at 01:20

I had a bad mrsa infection yesterday, it was 3 inches wide. I cleaned the area (not popping it) and put a badage (breast pad) soaked with active 12+ manuka honey on it over night making sure no air got to the infection. It was half the size in the morning. I then cleaned and repeated to process and by the time I saw the doctor at 12:30 it was nearly gone! The doctor said it was a miracle! She asked what I used so I explained, she has never seen that much improvement in that little time. I am so grateful.

I bought the manuka honey at the health food store (natures food patch) but it is available at vitamin shoppe and I'm Sure other health food store chains.11206
Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #185 by removed to product forum
Posted: October 22, 2012 at 14:51
Re: Can MRSA infect bones/joints?
Reply #143 by Stan Posted: October 20, 2012 at 20:49

I've had MRSA Cellulitis 3 times now (1 week hospital stays each time, Vacomycin IV, Clindamycin and Doxycycline orally) that I believe is a result of an infection from ankle surgery 3 years ago. Check out Curezone and Earth Clinic forums as there is a lot of information there about cleansing your system to combat this bacteria. For skin/bones and other hard to penetrate areas, investigate the use of DMSO. Used in conjunction with Lugols Iodine, Colloidal Silver or even antibiotics it will help carry the medicine directly where it needs to get to. Since most ingested or even IV delivered medicines are somewhat restricted to high blood flow areas this has an advantage for hard to reach areas within your body (e.g. bones, lymph system, etc). DMSO can even penetrate the blood/brain barrier. It is also completely safe and non-toxic. Do your own research to verify. The only caution is to make sure your hands and the skin area you're applying it at is pristinely clean and sterile as possible as the DMSO will carry ANYTHING through your skin and directly into the body (soap, detergents, etc.) It will also remain "open" for a short period of time so be aware of this.
I've used 50/50 DMSO/Lugols Iodine for MRSA cellulitis, taking Turmeric internally (1tsp to 4 oz glass of apple juice, 3x day), also saw results with 15+ Manuka Honey spread over the cellulitis and cleared it up within 3 days. I am currently spreading DMSO/Iodine onto my pre-injured ankle. I am also drinking 99.99% DMSO about 1/2tsp in a 4oz glass water to help permeate the cells in my body and help get the medicine where it needs to go. Do your own research I am not a doctor and am not suggesting anyone copy what I am doing. I am merely communicating what I am doing to rid myself of this affliction. With Iodine you have to be wary of how much you are taking in as it can effect Thyroid function. With DMSO because it opens up the cells of your body, it can magnify by multiple times the strength of any medicine you are taking in. Do your research. Best of luck and prayers for you all.21666
Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #186 by Advert removed from main forum
Posted: November 12, 2012 at 21:31
Living with after effects
Started by John Livingston Posted: November 12, 2012 at 17:45 If you are tired of not being believed, join me here
it is my intent to catalog collectively, diet, flare ups, after effects and exercise so that we can use the power of DATA for those who wish to silence those that say we are imagining fatigue, confusion, pains etc as I am three years after my first infection. I hope you will join me toward building a database of evidence. I BELIEVE you, because I feel it every day. I am a successful business owner, father of 4, grandfather of 1. Outside of the after effects of MRSA my life is wonderful, but every day i have lived the silent challenge. We shouldn't have to... 21719
Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #187 by removed to product forum
Posted: February 20, 2013 at 13:47
Re: I have MRSA
Reply #21 by Darlena Crosten Posted: February 19, 2013 at 19:17 MRSA secrets REVEALED is a very good book. If you cant afford it write me at my email address and I will do my best to help you . Most of all its not a VIRUS its a BACTERIA.ANTIBIOTICS are not gonna help they do for a while and then it comes right back it can even make it worst what your body don't use it the Bacteria lives on and makes it stronger and the next time they wont work as well. It is a bacteria that is RESISTANT to ANTIBIOTICS. MRSA in your blood is more so resistant to them. Will u ever get over it that is NO you learn to keep the breaks out down with oils and vitamins to bluid your IMMUNE SYSTEM .MANUKA HONEY HELPS TO WITH THE SCARS. Vitamin D,C,E, Amega 3,6 9, copper muilt vitamin. you can also look me up on facebook under Darlena Crosten I will do every thing I can to help you with the pain. Get some TEA TREE OIL AND PUT 20 TO 30 DROPS IN BODY WASH TO HELP WITH HEALING AND THE PAIN. Eat better more fruit and Veg . LEAVE off SUGAR makes it grow and you break out a lot more. Drink lots of WATER it washes it out of your body and get some PROBITIC you can get them in gummies or pill get some soon. Their are two kinds of this MRSA its Called CA-MRSA or HA-MRSA the CA-MRSA is the ones where we break out and is in your BLOOD the worst one of them. It can go to your tissues and cause all other kind of things even DEATH.CA- MRSA more virulent than HA-MRSA and can progress into serious infection quickly. SYMOPTOMS of more Serious CA_MRSA or HA-MRSA infections are FEVER, SHORTNESS OF BREATH, MUSCLE ACHES JOINT PAIN ( CAN BE SEVERS) CHILLS, RASHES,NAUSEA WEAKNESS OR FATIGUE HEADACHES, ACUTE PAIN. EAT GARLIC ITS GOT ANTIMICROBIAL INGREDIENTS . Again NO SUGARS of any kind tea tree oil put it in body wash wash your beds towels and every things in it. with breaks put tea tree oil right on the spots to help with the healing and pain. I hope this helps some. My Love is with you and every one that has to live with this , it is not easy and it hurts so bad. May JEHOVAH GOD HELPS US DEAL WITH IT UNTIL SOME THING BETTER COMES ALONG. GOOD DAY MY FRIENDS.
Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #188 by removed to product forum
Posted: May 19, 2013 at 15:38
If you have MRSA, please read
Started by Kelly Posted: May 19, 2013 at 07:43

My baby girl first showed a mrsa wound at 5 months, then a second one, then my
husband, and now I have had a sore too. A homeopathic DR recommended us all
taking Oregon Grape.
This is such a scary, nasty, painful problem. It seems like Dr's don't know what to
do to really heal the problem. Taking all the antibiotics doesn't seem to clear your
body of it,
I have made a paste of turmeric powder, grape fruit seed extract, tee tree oil,
lavender oil, and coconut oil. This seems to help when a sore starts to come up.
I've also been using a blend of essential oils to help fight the infections. They are
called MRSA-X and MRSA spice from heritage essential The mrsa-x
contains: Lavender (wild crafted from France) (Lavendula angustifolia), Geranium
Rose (Pelargonium roseum), Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin) and Tea Tree
(Melaleuca Alternifolia)
I'm not a Dr, but have done a lot of looking into this for the health and well being
of my family. We also take probiotics daily.
I truly believe that you have to fight this with everything you've got My prayers
go out to anyone suffering from this awful bacteria. 22235
Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #189 by mike {removed to product forum}
Posted: June 18, 2013 at 04:26
Re: MRSA on my face!
Reply #59 by mike Posted: June 17, 2013 at 21:47

raw unfiterd honey, the darker the better will heal open rsa infections.
look for a dark honey with a whie ring aound the top of the honwey as this sows it is unrefined.
actually all hone has healing abilities but he darker thebetter as it has more phenols

Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #190 by Removed
Posted: June 21, 2013 at 03:44
Re: Advice on MRSA
Reply #2 by mike Posted: June 21, 2013 at 02:43
dark unfilterd raws hoey heals absesses



Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #191 by The Cochrane Register Honey Trials
Posted: July 1, 2013 at 14:26
Intervention Review
Honey as a topical treatment for wounds
Andrew B Jull1,1,
Natalie Walker2,
Sohan Deshpande3
Editorial Group: Cochrane Wounds Group
Published Online: 28 FEB 2013
Assessed as up-to-date: 13 JUN 2012
DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD005083.pub3

Honey is a viscous, supersaturated sugar solution derived from nectar gathered and modified by the honeybee, Apis mellifera. Honey has been used since ancient times as a remedy in wound care. Evidence from animal studies and some trials has suggested that honey may accelerate wound healing.

The objective was to determine whether honey increases the rate of healing in acute wounds (e.g. burns, lacerations) and chronic wounds (e.g. skin ulcers, infected surgical wounds).

Search methods
For this first update of the review we searched the Cochrane Wounds Group Specialised Register (searched 13 June 2012); The Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials (CENTRAL) (The Cochrane Library 2012, Issue 5); Ovid MEDLINE (2008 to May Week 5 2012); Ovid MEDLINE (In-Process & Other Non-Indexed Citations 12 June 2012); Ovid EMBASE (2008 to 2012 Week 23); and EBSCO CINAHL (2008 to 8 June 2012).

Selection criteria
Randomised and quasi-randomised trials that evaluated honey as a treatment for any sort of acute or chronic wound were sought. There was no restriction in terms of source, date of publication or language. Wound healing was the primary endpoint.

Data collection and analysis
Data from eligible trials were extracted and summarised by one review author, using a data extraction sheet, and independently verified by a second review author.

Main results
We identified 25 trials (with a total of 2987 participants) that met the inclusion criteria, including six new trials that were added to this update. In acute wounds, three trials evaluated the effect of honey in acute lacerations, abrasions or minor surgical wounds and 12 trials evaluated the effect of honey in burns. In chronic wounds, two trials evaluated the effect of honey in venous leg ulcers, and single trials investigated its effect in infected post-operative wounds, pressure injuries, cutaneous Leishmaniasis, diabetic foot ulcers and Fournier's gangrene. Three trials recruited people into mixed groups of chronic or acute wounds.

Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #192 by The Cochrane Register Honey Trials
Posted: July 1, 2013 at 14:29
*Most trials were at high or unclear risk of bias. In acute wounds, specifically partial-thickness burns, honey might reduce time to healing compared with some conventional dressings (WMD -4.68 days, 95%CI -4.28 to -5.09 days), but, when compared with early excision and grafting, honey delays healing in partial- and full-thickness burns (WMD 13.6 days, 95% CI 10.02 to 17.18 days). In chronic wounds, honey does not significantly increase healing in venous leg ulcers when used as an adjuvant to compression (RR 1.15, 95% CI 0.96 to 1.38), and may delay healing in cutaneous Leishmaniasis when used as an adjuvant to meglumine antimoniate compared to meglumine antimoniate alone (RR 0.72, 95% CI 0.51 to 1.01).

Authors' conclusions
*Honey dressings do not increase rates of healing significantly in venous leg ulcers when used as an adjuvant to compression. Honey may delay healing in partial- and full-thickness burns in comparison to early excision and grafting, and in cutaneous Leishmaniasis when used as an adjuvant with meglumine antimoniate. Honey might be superior to some conventional dressing materials, but there is considerable uncertainty about the replicability and applicability of this evidence. There is insufficient evidence to guide clinical practice in other types of wounds, and health services may wish to consider avoiding routine use of honey dressings until sufficient evidence of effect is available.

Plain language summary
Honey as a topical treatment for acute and chronic wounds
*Honey has been used on wounds since ancient times. Clinical trials have tested the effect of honey in both acute wounds (e.g. burns, lacerations) and chronic wounds (e.g. skin ulcers). The trials results show that honey might shorten healing times for moderate burns compared with some conventional dressings, but there is some serious doubt about the reliability of this finding. Honey used alongside compression therapy does not improve healing of venous leg ulcers. Honey may delay healing in deep burns and in ulcers caused by insect bites (cutaneous Leishmaniasis). There is not enough evidence to give guidance for the use of honey in other types of wounds. /Quote]
Cochrane Collaboration

Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #193 by NHS National Health Service Honey Trials
Posted: July 1, 2013 at 14:39
The NHS (National Health Service) also has an excellent web (Behind the headlines) site that was created to respond to the often fabulously distorted newspaper stories you get about health issues.

“Honey has been found to be better at aiding burn recovery than standard treatments used by the NHS,” the Daily Mail reported. The newspaper said that scientists had pooled data from 19 trials involving more than 2,500 patients with various wounds. They found that mild to moderate burns took less time to heal when honey was applied than some widely used dressings.

This review was carried out by the Cochrane Collaboration and is a very thorough investigation of the existing research on the use of honey in treating wounds. It found that honey might improve healing times in some types of burn (thin burns which are mild to moderate, superficial and of partial thickness) compared with some conventional dressings. *The researchers say this finding should be treated with caution, however, and that "Health services should invest in treatments that have been shown to work". Other supposed applications of honey proved to be less effective. For example, honey dressings used under compression bandages did not significantly increase leg ulcer healing after 12 weeks. The authors suggest that this practice should stop, and that there is insufficient evidence to guide clinical practice for other wound types.

Where did the story come from?
Dr Andrew Jull and colleagues from the Clinical Trials Research Unit at the University of Auckland in New Zealand carried out the systematic review. *There were no external sources of support for the study. The study was published in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, a publication of the Cochrane Collaboration.

What kind of scientific study was this?
This was a systematic review of trials, which aimed to determine whether honey increases the rate of healing in acute wounds (burns, lacerations and other traumatic wounds) and chronic wounds (venous ulcers, arterial ulcers, diabetic ulcers, pressure ulcers and infected surgical wounds).

As background, the researchers note that honey is a sticky “supersaturated” sugar solution derived from nectar gathered and modified by the honeybee and used since ancient times as a remedy in wound care. Recent trials have evaluated the effects of using honey to help wound healing, but it was not known if it helps both new wounds, such as burns and lacerations, and long-term wounds, such as venous leg ulcers and pressure ulcers. How honey works is also unknown, although recent research has concentrated on the antibacterial activity of the many varieties of honey, rather than their effect on wound healing. One theory is one that Manuka honey (from New Zealand and Australia) has unique antibacterial activity independent of the effect of honey’s general peroxide (an anti-bacterial property) activity and its osmolarity (its thickness and stickiness).

Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #194 by NHS National Health Service Honey Trials
Posted: July 1, 2013 at 14:42
The researchers first searched recognised literature databases for studies published before May 2008. The search included the Cochrane Wounds Group Specialised Register, a controlled trial register called CENTRAL, and several other electronic databases. This list of trials was supplemented with any studies listed in reference lists and any unpublished trials from the manufacturers of dressing products.

In order that only high-quality trials were included, the search was restricted to randomized and quasi randomized trials, those that had evaluated honey as a treatment for any sort of acute or chronic wound, and those where wound healing was the main outcome that was measured. Studies were included irrespective of where they were published, their date of publication or language.

What were the results of the study?
The search identified 19 trials with a total of 2,554 participants to be included in the review. Three trials evaluated the effect of honey on acute lacerations, abrasions or minor surgical wounds. Nine trials evaluated the effect of honey on burns. Two other trials evaluated the effect of honey on venous leg ulcers, and there was one trial each on pressure ulcers, infected post-operative wounds, and Fournier’s gangrene. Two trials recruited people with mixed groups of chronic or acute wounds.

In the trials of partial thickness burns, the researchers found that honey reduced healing time to healing by 4.68 days compared with some conventional dressings (95% CI -4.28 to -5.09 days).

In chronic wounds, honey dressings used under compression bandaging did not significantly increase healing in venous leg ulcers (RR 1.15, 95%CI 0.96 to 1.38).
There was insufficient evidence to determine the effect of honey compared with other treatments for burns or in other acute or chronic wound types.

What interpretations did the researchers draw from these results?
The researchers say that “honey may improve healing times in mild to moderate superficial and partial thickness burns compared with some conventional dressings”.

They also say that when honey dressings are used under compression bandaging, there is no significant increase in leg ulcer healing at 12 weeks, and there is insufficient evidence to guide clinical practice in other areas.

Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #195 by NHS National Health Service Honey Trials
Posted: July 1, 2013 at 14:44
What does the NHS Knowledge Service make of this study?
The researchers acknowledge that the poor quality of most of the trial reports means the results should be interpreted with caution. The exception to their overall conclusion is for venous leg ulcers, where they are confident that honey dressings used under compression bandaging is not justifiable or worthwhile. There are other points to note about this review:

-The researchers report that all nine burns trials that were included originated from a single centre – the department of surgery at a medical college in Maharashtra, India, and up until 1999 have the same single author, Dr M Subrahmanyam. The researchers warn that this may have an impact on whether or not the studies could be replicated, meaning that there may be specific details regarding how the honey dressings were applied in this centre that may not be repeatable in other centres.

-Some of the trials included were quasi-randomised, meaning that in some cases the participants were allocated to alternate groups based on the day of attendance at the hospital. This can affect the reliability of the findings from these trials as it is possible for bias to occur. For example, the investigators could have influenced who went into which group.

-The researchers had to use the outcomes reported in the trials, and these were usually the average (mean) time to healing. They say that this is not the most appropriate method of analysing this sort of ‘time to event’ data, and that survival analysis would have been more appropriate.

-Pooling of results for analysis can be a controversial area in systematic reviews, and these authors comment that two of their analyses had highly significant heterogeneity. This means that the trials were different enough from each other to suggest that combining the results may be problematic. They justify the pooling of results on clinical and methodological grounds, and said that to do otherwise would have breached the protocol that they had already decided upon.

This is a thorough review, which by its design will have identified the major trials of honey treatment for wounds. The researchers were particularly thorough in that they attempted to contact authors where data was missing. Several avenues for future research are identified by the researchers. Where there is still doubt about the effectiveness of honey as a dressing for thin burns, they welcome more well-designed randomised trials.

No doubt, the honey selling people would dispute this. /Quote]

National Health Service

*Significant points - The Cochrane Register Honey Trials, NHS National Health Service on the Honey Trials.

Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #196 by removed to product forum
Posted: August 30, 2013 at 17:03
Reply #9 by Megan Posted: August 29, 2013 at 05:51

Have any of you guys considered colodial silver?
I'm not sure if it will work in extreme cases but its
inexpensive and easy to get..Try using it directly on
the mrsa spot when it first pops up. It gets rid of it
within days. You can also just take a couple
teaspoons a day. Read up on it.(: Good luck with
your MRSA troubles. 22655
Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #197 by removed to product forum
Posted: August 30, 2013 at 17:03
Reply #10 by mak Posted: August 30, 2013 at 04:58

I have not tried Colodial silver but I heard from many people that it has worked for them. I have always used garlic and would clear within hours a couple days at the most. Same goes for my wife and my family garlic has always worked for them and everyone I have recommended it to. Using any kind of natural product just takes some patience and using the right kind of garlic and methods is how it works. I have even used garlic to kill acne and deep whiteheads I had on my face for many years that nothing else worked which is now clear 22658
Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #198 by removed from product forum
Posted: September 9, 2013 at 02:22
Great Book about MRSA
Started by Eva Posted: September 4, 2013 at 18:39

There is a new book, a thriller actually, where MRSA infections are the main plot, which in my opinion is a great attempt by the author to direct more attention to the problem. The book is called GOLDEN PLAGUE and is getting great reviews in the US, because it teaches about MRSA in an entertaining way, and in the process fuels some vital discussions about the dilemma of hospital's infections. It is available at Amazon for all of you who want to check it out. We all should spread the word about this terrible, terrible bacteria. Hope this book helps!

Here what the press is saying:

Author writes to spark a conversation about deadly infections
that occur daily in the medical wards, but go unreported

Miami, FL, August 30, 2013 – Golden Plague, by the author Ila Monroe, is a work of fiction where the villains are hospital directors and managers of pharmaceutical companies covering up a sinister set of occurrences, and the protagonists, three young adults, trying to stay alive. It depicts a modern day reality which is plaguing public
health systems and can and should be eradicated.

“When I began writing Golden Plague, the CDC (Center for Disease Control) had just declared MRSA as the main cause of death by infection in the United States - a higher number than AIDS or any other contagious disease - but for some strange reason this statistic is not widely covered in the media,” explained the author, who added that this fact has meant that MRSA has become a silent killer. The question of why a debate on this bacterium has not been given greater attention, and why, as a result, people continue to die every day from MRSA infections in hospitals, was a major motivation for
writing this thriller.

But the book´s real inspiration came from the tragic loss of a close friend's twelve-year-old daughter. “I wrote this book to honor the memory of Sarah, who, after surviving a lung transplant operation, died weeks later from a bacterial infection contracted in the very hospital that was trying to save her life. This injustice hit very
close to home, and is suffered daily by thousands of families around the world. It inspired me to tell a story which, although very different from Sarah’s, would get people talking about these issues”.22675
Re: USA/Canada P R O D U C T S
Reply #199 by Wonderfully/Wonderful/Silkyboy
Posted: October 12, 2013 at 16:01
22790 Silkyboy Re: Losing hope... 12/10/2013 02:23:03

22789 Wonderful Re: MRSA in the Brain 12/10/2013 02:08:57

22788 Wonderfully Re: Magnesium controls MRSA 12/10/2013 01:57:32

Re: Magnesium controls MRSA
Reply #11 by Wonderfully Posted: October 12, 2013 at 01:57 I want to share my story and experience with staph infection. I had staph infection for nearly a year. This was 3 years ago. I took antibiotic and took at least for the staph infection to go away. Once I finish my antibiotic the staph infection came back a few days later. After going back on the antibiotic staph infection went away but then came back once I finish my medicine supply. This became a cycle. Also I feel my body feeling weak after many courses of the antibiotic. Basically the antibiotic was killing all the good bacteria in my body this was why I keep feeling tired and out of energy. I tried magnoplasm which appears to draw out the yellow infection but it wasn't clearing my body enough of the infection. There was still some left in my system which kept coming back. I done my research online
and it was when I discovered about the magnesium stopping the staph infection. Ever since I start taking magnesium supplement I started seeing my staph infection go away or stop them from erupting. I did this for a whole year and never saw any more sign of staph infection popping up. Also my body feels great where I feel energy. My advice to everyone is not keep dosing with anti biotic as it kills your body natural defense allowing those infection to return but stronger
next time round. Magnesium is a wonderful miracle natural medicine that stop staph infection in it's track 22788


Re: MRSA in the Brain
Reply #17 by Wonderful Posted: October 12, 2013 at 02:08 Antibiotic always make thing worst. I say try the magnesium supplement. It will
stop those staph infection erupting. When you do this for a long period the staph infection will totally die off 22789


Re: Losing hope...
Reply #7 by Silkyboy Posted: October 12, 2013 at 02:23 My advice here to everyone here is MAGNESIUM. Get yourself magnesium supplement and it will stop those infection from erupting and prevent further
infection. Give this to everyone in your family that has it. Antibiotic alway make those infection worst. Basically you are killing off all the good colony of good bacteria even though it's killing the bad one too. You will feel weak and miserable on the antibiotic as those staph infection will return when your immune system is at it's lowest. Taking magnesium will boost your immune system and stop those infection in it's track. Hope this hopes anyone who read this. 22790
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