by Yohanan Burket
Although hailed as the miracle drug of the 20th century, penicillin is nothing but fungus. Similar modern antibiotics such as amoxycillin are also just fungal-based drugs. One of the reasons pharmaceutical antibiotics are unhealthy is because their usage can lead to fungal infections. A second reason is because these antibiotics can wipe out the good bacteria needed by the colon. Often doctors will prescribe probiotics to compensate for this problem. A third problem is that bacteria and viruses can build up immunity to pharmaceutical antibiotics, causing strains of super bugs to appear. There are already strains of super bugs that conventional doctors cannot kill.
Antibiotic Usage Can Lead to Fungal Infections
Few people are aware that not only is penicillin a fungus, but can also cause Penicilliosis, a fungal infection – see photo.
Penicillin also encourages yeast infections.
Since virtually all modern pharmaceutical antibiotics are fungal-based, they also carry with them the risk of fungal infections.
Antibiotic Usage Destroys Good Bacteria
Present in the colon are good bacteria which aid in the digestion of food. If they are destroyed, many health problems can result because the body will then be deprived of nutrients. Doctors often correctly prescribe probiotics to compensate for antibiotic usage. Obviously, probiotics and antibiotics cannot be taken simultaneously as they would cancel each other out. A two or four hour period is needed between probiotics and antibiotics.
Antibiotic Usage Creates Super Bugs
How is it that antibiotics can create super bugs, precisely? A clue is found in the description of an enzyme known as penicillinase:
enzyme produced by certain bacteria that inactivates penicillin and results in resistance to that antibiotic” – from Babylon
The description of penicillinase makes it clear that bacteria are able to “fight back” when attacked by antibiotics.
However, pathogens (bacteria and viruses) are unable to resist some older antibiotics that were shelved back in 1938, when the FDA was formed, and are described below.
Colloidal (Ionic) Silver an Excellent Antibiotic
Silver does not create fungal infections
In small quantities, silver does not destroy gut bacteria
Pathogens cannot develop a resistance to it
It seems amazing to me that an obviously superior antibiotic was replaced with the so-called “miracle drug” called penicillin. Obviously, science had nothing to do with the replacement of silver as an antibiotic. Silver was just too cheap and available, whereas people were forced to go to their local doctor to get prescriptions for penicillin. So just like almost everything else in life, getting rid of silver in medicine had to do with maximizing pharmaceutical industry profits. Also, back then there was a huge propaganda campaign against silver. Even today, there are fraudulent claims made against silver. Out of the Box Remedies offers Colloidal (Ionic) Silver Spray in a convenient spray bottle for disinfecting hands, eyes, cuts, and more.
Iodine Also an Excellent Antibiotic
In order to take iodine internally, a special preparation is made that contains elemental iodine, potassium iodide, and distilled water. The potassium iodide is needed to make the elemental iodine soluble in water. One such product is called Hormone Catalyst from Out of the Box Remedies.
Elemental iodine is known to have antiseptic qualities that enable it to eradicate viruses and bacteria.
Elemental iodine combines with other elements in the stomach, and does not proceed to the colon to destroy healthy bacteria in the colon.
Like silver solutions, Hormone Catalyst cannot create fungal infections and is impervious to bacterial defenses. In fact, Hormone Catalyst destroys fungus as well as bacterial and viruses. I’ve even successfully applied it to the insides of my nostrils with a cotton swab to get rid of polyps and nasty colds.
- GPs ‘over-prescribe’ antibiotics (bbc.co.uk)
- US must take action against ‘nightmare’ bacteria (thenewstribune.com)
- Superbugs Resistant to Antibiotics and Other Fascinating News on the Web (curiosidadesnainternet.com)