Tag: antibiotics

Finally Time For Phage Therapy?

Is it finally time for phage therapy? Antibiotic resistance is a major concern as more people develop antibiotic-resistant bacterial or fungal infections. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that over 2.8 million Americans are currently dealing with these infections. However, that number is likely underreported. Clearly, the increasing prevalence of antibiotic resistance […]

Natural Pink Eye Conjunctivitis Remedies

What Is Pink Eye? Pink Eye is also known as conjunctivitis. Pink Eye is inflammation or an infection of the eyeball or the inner eyelid. Marked by red or bloodshot eyes, itching, tearing, and sometimes discharge or crusting, the condition can be caused by allergies or bacterial or viral infection. NOTE: It is essential to […]

Antibiotics – A Few Things to Understand

Let’s talk about antibiotics for a bit and start with a definition. Biotic means “of, relating to, or resulting from living things, esp. in their ecological relations.” In other words, “LIFE!” So, an ANTI-biotic literally means “Anti-Life.” Meaning an antibiotic is literally a death pill. Its purpose is to suppress (kill) the bacteria normally found […]

Beware of Some Medical Doctors

Let me say that I believe that there are some great medical doctors in the world today. Some doctors seem to go out of their way to help their patients and are fully committed to their mission as a doctor. Some expand on their current knowledge by seeking new ideas and concepts regarding medicine. Some […]

Natural Biofilm Disruption

One of the most common topics people want to discuss with me is how to treat chronic infections. If this sounds like you, know that you are not alone! According to the National Health Council, generally incurable and ongoing chronic diseases affect approximately 133 million Americans, representing more than 40% of the total population of […]

Let’s Kill Drug Resistant Bacteria Super-Bugs!

There has been a lot of talk about disease lately, and Superbugs are indeed on the rise. Antibiotics are less effective as the days go on. What are we going to do? Well, the first thing to do is to not lose our heads about it. The second thing to do is to classify what […]