While the pharmaceutical companies scramble to continually modify penicillin in an attempt to keep up with antibiotic resistance, infectious bacteria are constantly mutating and getting stronger. LifeSource's All Natural Antibiotics can help.*
Treats a myriad of infections naturally without upsetting your body’s natural gut flora or contributing to the world epidemic of superbugs! Take these All Natural Antibiotics at the first sign of infection (eyes, ears, nose, throat), cold, flu, for a week or two, amazing results without the negative side effects of Pharmaceutical Antibiotics!*
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Since the introduction of synthetic (man-made) antibiotics in 1940, a number of BIG problems have resulted from their wide-spread use. The biggest problem with chemical antibiotics is that they only fight off a few bacteria and fungus/yeasts that cause infection. Synthetic antibiotics also kill off "good" bacteria in your system, which weakens your immune system even further. While the pharmaceutical companies scramble to continually modify penicillin in an attempt to keep up with antibiotic resistance, infectious bacteria are constantly mutating and getting stronger. LifeSource's All Natural Antibiotics can help.*
Bacteria: Dental infections, chlamydia, eye infections, ear infections, gonorrhea, gingivitis, intestinal infections, pneumonia, sinus infections, staph, strep throat, syphilis, tuberculosis, tonsillitis, throat infections, urinary tract infections, etc.*
Fungus/Yeast: Athlete's foot, Candida/yeast infections, jock itch, etc.*
Viral: Colds, flu, herpes (type 1 and 2), warts (all varieties), also: acne, boils, burns, cuts, dermatitis, eczema, herpes sores, genital warts, psoriasis, warts (other), all types of wounds, etc. Multiple reports show:*
Here are the top 10 Antibiotics being prescribed now and all have generic versions as well :
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Article: The Antibiotics Crisis: How Did We Get Here and Where Do We Go Next?
Some Downside of Traditional Antibiotics:
In a 2008 study, antibiotic side effects led to greater than 140,000 emergency department admissions per year in the United States. Roughly 50 percent of emergency visits were due to reactions to antibiotics in the penicillin class of drugs, and the other 50 percent were due to a wide variety of antibiotics used to treat many different types of infections. In this study, children less than one year of age were found to have the highest rate of antibiotic side effects. Allergic reactions accounted for the most common type of side effect. It was estimated that over 142,000 emergency department visits per year were due to antibiotic adverse events, and approximately four-fifths of these events were due to allergic reactions. Allergic reactions can typically only be prevented by avoiding the drug, although desensitization may be possible in certain circumstances for patients who have no other antibiotic options.
REFERENCE: Shehab N, Patel P, Srinivasan A, et al. Emergency department visits for antibiotic-associated adverse events. Clinical Infectious Diseases 2008;47:735-43.
Antibiotics are a type of drugs that have revolutionized medicine and saved countless lives. Still, those taking antibiotics often experience antibiotic side effects — unintended and adverse events due to taking the drug. Most of these reactions can be categorized as one of three types: body interaction reactions, flora reactions, and drug-drug interactions.
Body interaction reactions are the result of antibiotics reacting negatively with the human body and its systems. There are two main types of these reactions. Allergic reactions are when the drug negatively reacts with the user’s immune system and can result in congestion, dizziness, difficulty breathing, dry eyes, itchiness, nausea, photo-dermatitis, rapid pulse, rashes, and swelling.
Toxic side effects are when large amounts of poison build up in the body as a result of the drug’s metabolism or the body’s response to the drug and can result in nerve damage, organ failure, and death. Toxic side effects can be directly related to an allergic reaction, as the histamines, the body produces to get rid of the drug can also cause a toxic reaction. These types of antibiotic side effects are some of the most deadly and should be reported to a doctor immediately if they occur.
Flora reactions are when antibiotics react with the bacteria and other living organisms (flora) that normally exist in the human body. Sometimes, antibiotics kill off the “good flora” in the body, causing various biological systems to not work properly. At other times, not only is the good flora killed, but bad flora is able to grow unchallenged in the body as a result. Common antibiotic side effects of this type include diarrhea, nausea, and yeast infections. Negative flora reactions can often be alleviated by taking probiotics at correct intervals during antibiotic treatment.
Drug-drug interactions are when antibiotics react with other drugs that are in the user’s system and cause negative side effects. Alcohol is one of the most common and dangerous of these interactions and can cause nausea, shortness of breath, and vomiting. Antibiotics can also interact with birth control pills and negate their effectiveness, possibly leading to unplanned pregnancies in those that are unaware. Certain vitamins and minerals can, in large quantities, negate the effectiveness of antibiotics. Finally, some acidic fluids can make antibiotics more or less effective, depending on the antibiotics being taken. Patients that have been prescribed antibiotics should tell their doctors and pharmacists all of the drugs they are currently taking before they start using antibiotics.
The possibility of antibiotic side effects can be frightening, but it is important to remember that their proper use has saved countless lives. Those using antibiotics should report any possible negative reactions to their doctor immediately. In some cases, doctors will have their patients continue using a specific antibiotic if the side effects are mild; in others, the doctor will switch the patient to another drug.
By no means are we at LifeSource Vitamins saying do not take what your Doctor prescribes, we are just saying that we have an alternative for those who cannot take Antibiotics. We have a large number of people who take this at the first sign of a problem and it works well. As always, consult your doctor.
LifeSource Vitamins Antibiotic - All Natural, Can Strengthen immune system. Can Support Fighting off infections before they take hold. Shown to Eliminate tough infections after they have already set in. Safe and effective - while being mild on the system.*
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