Killer Bugs Crushing Antibiotics — 3 Secret Remedies

Antibiotics Failing Against
Quickly Spreading Threat:
Scientists Look to Past Centuries Medicine

Keep this life saving information in your hip pocket. You may need it! Health-savvy individualists are looking to centuries-old medicine to fight today’s antibiotic-resistant superbugs, and a surprising number of worried scientists say this is exactly the right thing to do.

Today one therapy stands out. You can use it now at home, without a prescription, and without any restrictions. It can keep you out of dangerous emergency rooms and germ-infested waiting rooms. And with the astounding growth of antibiotic-resistant illnesses, someday soon, it may even save your life.

Antibiotics are (or were) the Miracle Drug… What Happened?

A little over a 100 years ago, a scraped knee could lead to a skin infection that had an 11% chance of killing you. But with the commercial manufacture and widespread use of antibiotics like penicillin, starting around the 1930s, the chance of death from a skin infection dropped 100-fold. It’s no wonder these antibiotics quickly came to be called “miracle drugs.”Antibiotic-resistanct Superbugs

Antibiotics were so powerful and effective we started using them all the time. In the last 80 years of massive antibiotic use, many bacteria have evolved and developed immunity to them.

For instance, two superbugs, Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE), have a greater death rate today than yesteryear’s skin infection.

Compare this: for MRSA patients, the death rate is 20% – 50% according to the MRSA Survivors Network website. And CRE now has a death rate of 38% – 44%, according to the CDC. Being told that you have one of these new superbugs is nearly equivalent to a death sentence.

Serum Therapy, also known as Inoculation or Vaccination,
May Help Fight Superbugs…

Scientists are quickly searching for alternative treatments for today’s killer germs. One place they’re looking is into the past.

Before antibiotics, and before science even knew what a germ was, humans relied on inoculation, which later became known as vaccination. This treatment works by making the body’s own immune system aware of invading cells, like bacterial or viral infections, so that it can kill them off.

One of the earliest breakthroughs was the cure for smallpox discovered in the late 1700s. Edward Jenner (the father of immunology) took pus from a milkmaid infected with cowpox (smallpox for cows, which can be transmitted to humans, but is not deadly) and gave it to a young boy. A few weeks later, Jenner intentionally exposed the boy to smallpox, but the boy never got ill.

Today’s scientists are reexamining therapies like these hoping to find backup or replacement solutions to antibiotics.

Bacteriophages – Killer Viruses that Prey on Deadly Bacteria…

The development of this germ-killing therapy got its start around the same time as antibiotics. However, they were less potent than antibiotics so many medical professionals and drug companies ignored them, especially in the West.

Over the last 90 years, Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, and France continued developing bacteriophages as alternatives to antibiotics.

Today, biotech firms in Eastern Europe are creating new bacteriophages to treat infections such as staphylococcus, MRSA, Streptococcus, Salmonella, and more.

Problems on the Horizon…

In light of the good news with some of the new research mentioned above, a few problems exist that you should be aware of. Namely, government meddling…

  • Many of these treatments are still in the research or experimental phase and will have to wait for FDA approval before being allowed in the U.S., even if they are safely and successfully used overseas.

  • The manufacture of medicines, like most manufacturing today, takes place more and more outside of U.S. borders. For instance, India produces 60% of the world’s vaccines and Eastern Europe seems to have the expertise with bacteriophages. So it’s quite possible that international politics, economics, and trade barriers could hinder your ability to get hold of these medicines, especially in times of crisis.

  • Lastly, as the U.S. heads deeper toward socialized medicine through Obamacare, we can find ourselves getting shut out of much needed medicine and medical help due to rationing and government medicine inefficiencies, waiting in long lines surrounded by sick people, and being forced to ask permission from a government bureaucrat for a simple prescription.

Centuries Old and Effective Treatment Against Bacteria,
Virus, and Fungus Infections… No Rx Needed!

You can sidestep all these barriers right now and get hold of a powerful therapy against bacteria, viruses, and fungi … and without a prescription. We’re talking about colloidal silver, and it’s an effective remedy you should have in your home.

Silver-based treatments have been safely and successfully used for centuries. In today’s medical research, using silver as a germ killer, you’ll often hear the term ‘nano silver.’

Silver ions have the uncanny ability to kill disease-causing bugs. In the past for instance:

  • Scientists put silver dimes in petri dishes to sterilize the dishes.

  • Silver nitrate was required for years on newborn babies’ eyes in most states to stop blindness caused by venereal disease and is still used in many hospitals.

  • Finely ground silver suspended in water was considered the best treatment for burns, fungus, infections, and disease before antibiotics.

  • A bit more recently, NASA scientists have been using silver ionization generators to purify water onboard spacecraft and to keep U.S. astronauts healthy.

A 1978 Science Digest article titled “Our Mightiest Germ Fighter” said,

“Thanks to eye opening research, silver is emerging as a wonder of modern medicine. An antibiotic kills perhaps half a dozen different disease organisms, but silver kills some 650. Resistant strains fail to develop. Moreover, silver is virtually non-toxic.”

Colloidal silver is the only centuries-old disease killer you can own now that gives you a practical level of self-reliant health and freedom from encroaching socialized medicine.