Doctors are now admitting that the abuse of antibiotics have rendered virtually useless. What are we to do? We can look to the natural antibiotics in our world. These include Garlic, honey, coconut oil, and especially silver. Lightning Colloidal Silver works great as both a disinfectant and an anti-biotic. Remember any time you use anything that kills bacteria (or bacteria, fungus and virus like Colloidal Silver) you need to follow up with a good pro-biotic. This provides the proper bacteria in your gut that your immune system depends on. At my house we use the ProBiotic with FOS.
The journal Lancet Infectious Diseases
recently published a sobering piece about how antibiotics are becoming wholly ineffective as treatments for infection. According to the report, even the most powerful antibiotics available are largely inadequate at tackling the emerging forms of new and powerful "super" bacteria.
Antibiotic overuse has become a pandemic problem. They are used in animal feed to make animals grow more quickly and they are handed out like candy by many doctors to people with almost any ailment. And they are simply not working anymore to fight infection.
Published by Professor Tim Walsh and his colleagues, the paper explains how a new gene called NDM 1 is changing the way infectious bacteria survive. The NDM 1 gene passes among bacteria like E. Coli
and Klebsiella pneumoniae
and makes them resistant to antibiotics. Even carbapenems, the most powerful antibiotics available, are no match for these new bacteria.
"This is potentially the end. There are no antibiotics in the pipeline that have activity against NDM 1-producing enterobacteriaceae. We have a bleak window of maybe ten years where we are going to have to use the antibiotics we have very wisely, but also grapple with the reality that we have nothing to treat these infections with," explained Walsh in a recent Guardian
According to Dr. Livermore, director of the antibiotic resistance monitoring and reference laboratory at the U.K. Health Protection Agency, the entirety of modern medicine could collapse as a result of antibiotics becoming useless.
"A lot of modern medicine would become impossible if we lost our ability to treat infections," he emphasized.Sources for this story include:http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2...