There's a superbug called MERS spreading fast across Saudi Arabia and Northern Africa. Here's my emergency advice on what to do to keep safe from this antibiotic and vaccine resistant superbug. Western medicine has ZERO solutions for this superbug - no vaccines, no treatment whatsoever, so being knowledgable of other time-proven remedies that have broad spectrum effect can prove life saving.
It is only a matter of time before we will have to deal with the devastating effects of a global superbug pandemic. Hospitals have nothing to offer, because these superbugs are resistant to any type of conventional western treatment.
As a matter of fact, you may end up with a superbug from a hospital visit - superbugs are running rampant in California hospitals at the moment.
Especially a concern for anyone with a pre-existing conditions such as Lyme's, diabetes, kidney disease, arthritis, heart disease as a superbug infection can be deadly; whether your health is in peak condition, will often determine if you have the strength to fight it off or not.
Always easier to take precautionary measures and prepare, rather than deal with it when it might be too late.
Superbugs are basically the karmic backlash due to our greed as humans to get money by patenting drugs that are essentially more harmful than good, in addition to forcing on GMO use and thereby destroying nature.
We have created the perfect environment for superbugs:
- prescription medications altering gut flora, thus lowering our immune system
- food deficient in nutrients due to depleted soil and GMO
- antibiotics that we take like candy every time we get sick, causing an increase in tolerance every time, eventually leading to antibiotic-resistance as well as leaky gut issues due to stomach inflammation
- GMO disrupting the natural ecosystem
Hospitals are in the pocket of drug companies, and will not ever recommend nor prescribe non-patented natural medicine solutions. We need to wake up and smell the coffee, because thinking that your doctor knows best, or that one person in government proclaiming to know what is best for 300 million people is a gigantic narcissist at best with own vested interests.
We are responsible for our own health and the choices we make - and this includes whether we are passively supporting animal abuse, GMO destroyers and child-labor via the products and produce we buy in the supermarket aisle.
We are responsible for our own destiny and the choices we make everyday... bite by bite.
So which natural medicine solutions have proven to be broad-spectrum and both antibiotic, antiviral and antifungal?
- Oregano Oil: A broad spectrum essential oil that kills off bacteria, fungus and virus, and can even penetrate the dental enamel to kill infected root canals.
- Ma Huang: A Chinese herb which opens the pores to allow the body to literally sweat out the toxins from infectious superbugs
I have used these myself during several serious infections some time back, where my immune system was compromised due to stress, and where the conventional route would have me taking antibiotics and hydrocortisone. The efficacy when taken in the right dosage is simply undeniable - that and you avoid the damaging effects of antibiotics on your gut, nervous system and brain health.
That said, the ideal is of course to be open to every possible treatment method and health philosophy and combining and using what works in each case - rather than just one health dogma or what is most profitable to have someone taking due to vested interests in patented ingredients.
Regardless of whether adhering to a conventional treatment strategy or not - superbugs are not going to respond to conventional treatment, so you do need to think outside the box in this case. Stock up your cabinet with a bottle of each, so you can attack it immediately, should these superbugs spread to your area. How much you should take will depend on your condition and health history, you are more than welcome to set up an appointment today right here to address any unanswered questions you have to your health.
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