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This 1000-Year-Old Recipe Can Kill Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs

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This 1000-Year-Old Recipe Can Kill Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs:

Modern medicine has failed miserably at treating antibiotic resistant superbugs. Widespread use of antibiotics in farming as well as antibacterial agents have promoted the growth of dangerous superbugs for decades which could leave millions vulnerable to untreatable illness within a generation. A recipe for an eye salve found in the British Library in a 10th-century book of Anglo-Saxon medical advice may hold the natural solution to which conventional medicine has not been able to address.

While infections are becoming increasingly difficult to beat, no new class of antibiotic has been discovered since 1987. In contrast, a new infection emerges on an almost yearly basis.

Vaccines are known to be causing an unprecedented number of mutations creating superbugs and potent viruses and bacteria that may eventually threaten future generations and humanity itself.

"It could make even routine operations such as hip surgery deadly," said Chief Medical Officer Professor Dame Sally Davies. Dame Sally said the ‘catastrophic threat’ from infections resistant to frontline antibiotics is so serious that she has asked the Government to put antibiotic resistance on the national risk register -- ranking it alongside a large-scale terrorist attack or flu pandemic.

Read More: http://preventdisease.com/news/15/040615_1000-Year-Old-Recipe-Can-Kill-Antibiotic-Resistant-Superbugs.shtml

 

 

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"....vessel, strained and then left to sit for nine days before use.

The ingredients include:

Garlic.

Onion or leek.

Wine.

Oxgall, bile from a cow's stomach.


When tested in mice on wounds infected with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), it was performing well, reported scientists at the Annual Conference"

There are a number of these, the oxgall was never appealing. Its an acid, enzyme or protein mechanism which would be easy to substitute:

1 part Garlic
1 part Onion
1 part Ginger
1 part Horseradish
1/2 part Hot peppers like cayenne or habanero
Apple cider vinegar

As a basic bacterial and anti parasite anyway. 

You can substitute avocado for the red vinegar and have a dip version. Build up to eating about a tablespoon per day. Good for rheumatoid people too.

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10 hours ago, Curenado said:

"....vessel, strained and then left to sit for nine days before use.

The ingredients include:

Garlic.

Onion or leek.

Wine.

Oxgall, bile from a cow's stomach.


When tested in mice on wounds infected with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), it was performing well, reported scientists at the Annual Conference"

There are a number of these, the oxgall was never appealing. Its an acid, enzyme or protein mechanism which would be easy to substitute:

1 part Garlic
1 part Onion
1 part Ginger
1 part Horseradish
1/2 part Hot peppers like cayenne or habanero
Apple cider vinegar

As a basic bacterial and anti parasite anyway. 

You can substitute avocado for the red vinegar and have a dip version. Build up to eating about a tablespoon per day. Good for rheumatoid people too.

Sorry, I'm all out of likes again. lol.

That's a real good recipe, though.

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