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What to do?
Started by Sharon Bevins
Posted: July 17, 2017 at 23:56
Over 10 mos ago I lost my balance and fell into the corner of a marble hearth,I
have edema in my feet and legs.The injury is about 6" above my ankle,I went to
Thea Wound Center 27 times,eventually my gp sent me to a surgeon who put me
in a una-boot for 8 or 9 weeks.3months have gone by,the wound site has opened
a bit and it looked a bit yellow I go to the clinic,the dr done a culture ,it came back
positive for mrsa..I'm on doxycycline 3-4 days go by than I'm having itchy fits
with angry welts,patches of bumps under the skin.I woke sup this am with my
armpit full of bumps.I have 3 places that looks as if they are cigarette burns.I'm
putting Mucopoin?on them also.Nobody seems to be excited but me.I am not a
spring chick,I'm 69 but in fairly good health.I will appreciate any suggestions or
advice to my predicament.
Re: What to do?
Reply #1 by Bob Anderson
Posted: July 18, 2017 at 01:53
Sharon -

I'm not a doctor so I can't give you any medical advice. Your MRSA infection appears to be systemic and your antibiotics do not seem to be working against it. Not very surprising in this day of antibiotic resistance as antibiotics do not work as well as they once did as the bacteria are becoming resistant to them. In the mainstream medicine world they have nothing else to replace antibiotics. Things are going to get worse before they get better, if they do. Big Pharma has no products poised to replace antibiotics when they stop working entirely. I have heard that referred to as the antibiotic apocalypse.

Fortunately, commercial antibiotics are not the only thing that kills bacteria, there are several things in nature that people tell about on this site. I talk about natural (non-irradiated) garlic and how and why it works for those who are bold enough or desperate enough to treat themselves at home and see results that antibiotics no longer get. It's nothing but old-fashioned folk remedies that we now know exactly how and why they work and it is an incredibly simple yet truly universal natural law that works everywhere and it is immune to antibiotic resistance.

In short, bacteria carry a negative electric charge because that is their nature and when natural garlic is crushed it forms allicin, which carries a positive electric charge because that is its nature and so they are drawn together by a force they cannot resist and when they meet, the allicin penetrates the bacterium and causes it to swell up and burst, killing it.

If this is of interest to you, read my garlic and garlic water posts in this forum and also the thread called 'Garlic Success Stories' where people have posted after they tried the garlic water and their MRSA went away and stayed away. They don't post here anymore because they don't have MRSA anymore.

Your choices are the same as they have always been; go to your doctor and rely on the pharmaceutical-industrial complex to help you or you can seek alternatives, as you see fit. In the long run, we are each responsible for our own well-being by making decisions that are compatible with our own health and best interests. I suggest you educate yourself so you can make the decisions that are in your best interest.

Good luck to you.

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