One of the most important advances in modern medicine …
Would you seriously consider messing with antibiotics if you knew this?
“10 Things You Need To Know About Your Microbiome”
in this article, Dr. Raphael Kellman spells it out:
“Humans evolved in a symbiotic relationship with the microbiome, which is why our bodies depend on our bacteria for so many basic biological processes. Friendly bacteria digest our food, govern our appetite, control our metabolism, orchestrate our immune system, influence our mood, promote mental sharpness, determine heart health, support bone development, produce crucial vitamins and other nutrients, manufacture natural antibiotics, and even help to determine our genetic expression!” link [10 Things You need to Know about your Microbiome]
Antibiotics are a wide-ranging & unpredictable assault on your health:
“What choice do I have?”
It’s quite simple. Homeopathy has been effectively treating infections for 200 years, without side effects, without creating imbalances that have wide ranging ramifications.
If you have a child prone to ear infections, tonsillitis, etc, contact me for rapid, safe treatment.
What’s more, it is inevitable that antibiotics will run out:
“With every attempt to kill them, some bacteria inevitably escape, unscathed, either because they managed to develop the ability to neutralize or incapacitate the antibiotic before it could take effect, or by mutating their genetic material. This resistance is then passed on to successive generations, sometimes even between different species of bacteria. In the worst case scenario this can lead to multi-resistant strains such as the dreaded and often untreatable methicillin–resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) which, previously seen only in hospital settings, has now spread into the wider community.” link
Margaret Chan, director general of the WHO, warns that bacteria are starting to become so resistant to common antibiotics that it could bring about “the end of modern medicine as we know it.” Every antibiotic ever developed is at risk of becoming useless, making once-routine operations impossible. This would include many of the breakthrough drugs developed to treat tuberculosis, malaria, bacterial infections and HIV/AIDS, as well as simple treatments for cuts. link