In recent years, as technology is growing, our universe is been exposed to many dangerous pathogens ( disease causing bacterial). We live with them everyday, we get in contact with them on daily basis, through hand shakes, use of rails, door handles, sex, use of ATM machines and inhaling them, etc.
On a normal circumstances, we shouldn’t even be affected by most of them with good immunity, however, due to poor lifestyles like poor nutrition, stress, chemical inhalation and consumption through foods, we often find our immune system too low to combat these deadly bacterial.
These are what lead to taking different antibiotics over the century. Chances are, you’ve taken antibiotics at some point in your life. They are some of the most commonly prescribed medications—in fact,
antibiotics are often over prescribed for conditions such as sore throats or bronchitis, which are usually viral and cannot be treated with antibiotics.
Concerns Over The Use Of Antibiotics Include The Following:
- Side effects: Some of the more common side effects include allergies and gastrointestinal distress. In rare cases, reactions to antibiotics can lead to kidney toxicity and death.
- Gut Imbalance: Studies have shown that antibiotics affect the healthy bacteria in our gut, which can affect our health generally especially lower immunity.
- Multi-Drug Resistant Bacteria: Bacteria are smart. The more antibiotics are prescribed on a bacteria, the more they figure out how to resist the effects of the drugs.
Multi-drug resistant bacteria—such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)—are becoming increasingly more common.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, each year, 2 million people in the United States become infected with drug-resistant bacteria and at least 23,000 people die because of these infections.
The pharmaceutical industry is recognizing the power of herbs by combining them synergistically with synthetic antibiotics, creating phyto-pharmaceuticals that are more powerful than synthetic antibiotics alone.
The following herbs that have shown efficacy for treating infections.
They are available over-the-counter as capsules, teas, or tinctures—
but do not use them without consulting with a qualify physician first.
We will be glad to help you.
- Goat weed
- Brime stone plant
- Stone breaker
However, we can help you prepare herbal remedies for antibacterial purpose, either in capsule form, tea, liquid form depending on your circumstances.
We have a ready made antibiotic which we normal use to treat our clients after proper diagnosis.
You can contact us to order, Terms and Conditions apply.
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