Friday, December 25, 2015

Bacteria Resistant to all Treatments – Natural Allopathic Medicine to the Rescue

We have long known that the antibiotic protocol was doomed to failure.  We have sped up the day but that is all.  The big losers will likely be our livestock.

In the meantime we need to relearn all the other protocols that helped at least in the past.  This provides a short list but omits colloidal silver which i consider the most important available.

I would like to see a crash research program launched tied to extensive doctor retraining.  We have gotten away easy for a century and that is ending.


Bacteria Resistant to all Treatments – Natural Allopathic Medicine to the Rescue 

Posted by Dr Sircus on December 10, 2015 | Filed under Medicine
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Unstoppable—without antibiotics, even infections from simple cuts and scratches can escalate dramatically. Alarm bells are ringing around the world. The public is going to be sitting ducks to a plague of antibiotic resistant infections, which are now starting to sweep around the globe. Doctors and patients alike now need to put their attention on Natural Allopathic Medicine’s protocol for treating infections.

The mainstream media reports it like this: “The rise of the superbug is happening right now — and our last defense has just begun to collapse. The world is on the brink of an antibiotic apocalypse. A new dark age of medicine looms. The world of our great-grandparents may be about to return. It’s a world where one in every 200 mothers died after childbirth because of infection. It’s a world where one in nine people who suffered an infected cut or scrape sickened, and died. But that’s not all. Got a sore throat? It could lead to a heart attack. What about a funny tummy? Dehydration. Then death.”

Recently researchers from several Chinese, British and US universities announced in the journalLancet Infectious Diseasesthat they have identified a new form of resistance, to the very last-ditch drug colistin—and that it is present in both meat animals and people,probably comes from agricultural use of that drug, can move easily among bacteria, and may already be spreading across borders. Danish researchers fear the untreatable superbug is now firmly embedded in Europe.

Colistin, medicine’s last line antibiotic is crumbling. It is being defeated. The New Scientist writes, “The last drug has fallen. Bacteria carrying a gene that allows them to resist polymyxins, the antibiotics of last resort for some kinds of infection, have been found in Denmark and China, prompting a global search for the gene. The discovery means that gram-negative bacteria, which cause common gut, urinary and blood infections in humans, can now become “pan-resistant”, with genes that defeat all antibiotics now available.”

That is the end of an age in terms of medicine and public health. Huge mistakes were made, yet still hardly a medical soul has anything to say about it, and authorities cannot think of a thing to do about it but remain arrogant to the end. 

What are we going to say to the millions of people in the near future who die from infections that there is no medicine to treat? Modern medicine and factory farming have come together to create a nightmare that is just starting.

Professor Timothy Walsh of the University of Cardiff, told the BBC News that the discovery of MCR-1 means that the use of antibiotics will soon become obsolete. "If MRC-1 becomes global, which is a case of when not if, and the gene aligns itself with other antibiotic resistance genes, which is inevitable, then we will have very likely reached the start of the post-antibiotic era," he said. "At that point if a patient is seriously ill, say with E. Coli, then there is virtually nothing you can do."

Scientific American is warning us about the impact for children. "Infants and children are affected by antibiotic-resistant bacteria in the food supply, direct contact with animals, and exposure in the environment, the researchers report. For most infections, incidence was highest among children under age five, according to data the researchers cited from Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s Foodborne Diseases Active Surveillance Network. Pediatricians and parents can help combat antibiotic resistance by avoiding use of antibiotics to treat colds or other viral illnesses. Parents and other consumers may also help discourage the use of antibiotics in livestock feed by choosing to buy only organic products or foods labeled as ‘raised without antibiotics,’ said Urvashi Rangan, executive director of the Consumer Reports Food Safety and Sustainability Center."

Natural Allopathic Medicine Rides to the Rescue

Natural Allopathic Medicine offers humanity a fighting chance against antibiotic resistant infections because they attack bacteria, viruses and fungus infections in a very different way. Instead of using pharmaceuticals, we use natural emergency room and intensive care medicines like iodine, magnesium chloride, selenium and sodium bicarbonate at high concentrations and we add infrared light and heat to the equation. In addition, behind these front line medicines other medicinal agents can be used, including blue light.

It is a combination approach—attacking the infection—from every side. Pull the rug violently from under infectious agents with sodium bicarbonate, which will change the pH landscape violently. Attack head on with massive amounts of iodine, which kills everything in its path except healthy cells. Mediate and strengthen all physiological processes, including the immune system, with magnesium and infrared light. In addition, control any cytokine storms with large amounts of selenium of a nontoxic type. Add the sun or high levels of vitamin D and C and one has a new treatment paradigm for the rough future antibiotic resistant infections will bring.

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