Mosquito season lasts until November. Protect your home and family safely with plants and essential oils that repel bugs naturally. https://soundcloud.com/1051/mg-live-alternative-medicine-with-letha-hadady-2016-08-22?platform=hootsuite
Neem a tree that grows in India and Florida is a healing miracle. All parts of the tree are medicinal. The leaves and bark are anti-inflammatory, antibiotic and anti-parasite. Neem can be consumed as tea, tooth powder or applied as an body oil. This oil is cooling, moistening and stops itches from dry skin and bug bites, safe and convenient to wear outdoors and pleasant for daily use. Made with neem, karanja, sesame, olive and jojoba oils – plus essential oils of lavender, cedarwood and lemongrass – the all-natural formulation soaks in quickly for fast and long-lasting relief. It is especially good for my friends who garden or play outdoor sports. https://neemtreefarms.com/shop/anti-itch-formula/?ap_id=Letha
In India neem tree leaf, bark, sap and flowers are used to cure infections, skin diseases, diabetes, and all sorts of bugs inside us and the garden. It is antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral. The leaf can be added to complexion oils and creams. Here is a beauty serum made in Florida using neem.
Dec. 13, 2012: Soon we may see more dogs in hospitals. “A 2-year-old beagle named Cliff may hold the key to preventing an infection that kills thousands of Americans each year. Researchers in the Netherlands taught Cliff to sniff out the intestinal bacteria Clostridium difficile(C. difficile or C. diff) in stool samples from infected patients and even from the patients themselves.” This is good news for dogs and dog-lovers everywhere.
Clostridium difficile causes a nasty infection in your gut. About 10 years ago a particularly virulent form of it appeared in hospitals across the U.S and today antibiotic-resistant C. difficile is a superbug that kills nearly 14,000 Americans a year. Scientists have recently identified two different strains of the bacterium that caused the global epidemic of C. difficile between 2002 and 2006. It is transmitted because of poor hygiene (translation = infected diarrhea), typically in hospital settings where patients have been given large doses of antibiotics. My question: Can infected people be carriers (without symptoms) who spread it outside the hospital?
September 15, 2012 4:49 PM EDT: “BETHESDA, Md. (AP) — A deadly germ untreatable by most antibiotics has killed a seventh person at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Maryland.” The superbug hung around in the hospital for a year waiting to claim 19 victims so far. Does this show a vital need to better clean and disinfect hospitals and protect patients? The NIH germ was not MRSA, the antibiotic-resistant staph infection once thought to be found in hospitals but which is now out in the open everywhere. The NIH superbug infection is Klebsiella, which can infect the skin, lungs, urinary tract and surgical wounds. Will this superbug move out into the public and attack healthy people like MRSA has?
I have numerous articles at this website covering the rapid proliferation of MRSA a supergerm and how easy it is spread among the general population. Here is a recent study reported in the UK Telegraph on a dietary and nutritional supplement approach to curbing such bacteria. Build white blood cells as a protective shield.
MRSA once thought to be only in hospitals is being spread at schools, gyms, yoga centers, and the beach among other places. 1/3 of the world’s population is said to be carriers. Here is what is being done and what you can do for yourself and family.
Print articles on Naturally Pain Free recently appeared in two newspapers – The Birmingham News (Alabama) and Lahontan Valley News (Fallon, Nevada.) The overuse of antibiotics is causing an increase in strains of antibiotic resistant bacteria. One case in point is a study that found an increase in ampicillin- and ciprofloxicin- resistant E. coli in the mouth following increased aminopenicillin and fluoroquinolone prescriptions. This (pictured) new strain of E. coli is resistant to eight antibiotics. Naturally Pain Free offers simple home remedies, such as colloidal silver, to increase immunity, and herbs to enhance energy, and reduce chronic pain. One chapter is devoted to safe-guarding your hospital stay and surgery and improving recovery.
VCStar.com 4/20/2012: One of the biggest public health issues we face today is the presence of potentially life threatening “superbug” bacterial infections that do not respond to common antibiotics. One of the most common is MRSA (sometimes pronounced mur-sah) or Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus. According to the Centers for Disease Control about one out of a hundred people carry MRSA. 20,000 die each year from MRSA infections that can’t be treated by usual antibiotics. What is not commonly known is that MRSA can be passed on to a dog or cat. These animals now become carriers and can retransmit infections to humans, especially kids, pregnant mothers, the elderly and adults with a weakened immune system from diseases like asthma and diabetes.
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