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Antibiotics Drugs vs Natural Antibiotics

Antibiotics Drugs vs Natural Antibiotics

In a clinical study in 2008, antibiotic side effects led to more than 140,000 emergency admissions per year in USA. About 50 percent of emergency visits were due to antibiotics reactions in the penicillin class drugs, and the other 50 percent were due to a variety of other class antibiotics used to treat many different types of infections.

Some of the most common side effects are: rash, diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea/vomiting, dizziness, hearing loss, renal toxicity, liver toxicity, vaginal candidiasis, allergic reactions, headache, peripheral neuropathy, just to list a few and beside antibiotic resistance, if one antibiotics class is use often.

The etymology of the word “antibiotic” comes from Greek – anti + bios, life – ”pertaining to the ability to destroy or interfere with the development of a living organism”. Antibiotics work more specifically against living cells. Since our bodies are also made of living cells, antibiotics have to distinguish between bacterial cells and our bodies cells. Beside the bacteria invaders the antibiotics also kill the “good bacteria” and some of our living cells.

Antibiotics drugs should be used with caution and use alternative natural sources first.

Salt therapy is natural and also very useful in respiratory infections. Natural rock salt used in salt therapy has specific effects such as: anti bacteriologic, anti viral, anti inflammatory, mucolytic (assists in the elimination of excess mucus) and immunity buster / allergic desensitization. Salt therapy is available today in different forms:

1. Natural Speleotherapy – in a natural salt cave or mine

2. Artificial salt room

3. Home salt therapy by Saltair device

Some other natural sources of antibiotics are food sources. Check here some of them:

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  4. Sir Alexander Fleming discovered the antibacterial power of the mold Penicillium notatum in 1928. Even though it was a natural healing agent effective in destroying Staphylococcus aureus and other noxious bacteria, the pharmaceutical industry got hold of nature's bounty and it became — along with multiple other Big Pharma inventions — the nightmare of modern antibiotics, causing as many problems for mankind as they were supposed to help. Because of the overuse of antibiotics, super-bugs have developed that are resistant to all but the most powerful drugs, whose side effects are often dangerous…"

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