staph infection

Josy

New member
Hi all, I just heard from a 19 year old girl who went for a face peel at a MD's office and ended up with a staph infection on her face. She said this happened in December, she took antibiotics for it, it went away and came back on her leg, she was hospitalized for 3 days and she was on IV antibiotics for three weeks, it went away and came back on her neck.. Now I have no clue what staff infection looks like on a leg or neck, I thought that was a throat thing, and I have not see her for over a year so I do not have a clear idea as to what she is dealing with. But she is so desperate and needs advice, so I thought I'll turn to you for advice...What do you think is going wrong here? shouldn't antibiotics permanently deal with this! Is she being misdiagnosed? Just throw at me whatever you can think of, don't worry I will sort through it..

Thanks for your time.

Josy
 

morgan33

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Many staph infections are resistant to antibiotics - some hospital based golden staphs can become "flesh-eating" and totally resistant to the point that the patient dies.

I developed a post surgical staph infection several years ago, before i discovered coloidal silver, and couldn't keep down vit c, and the doctors wouldn't put any in my drip - kept being given stronger and stronger antibiotics. Dreadful experience.

Seeing as colloidal silver can kill the deadly pseudomonas bug that defies antibiotics and kills so many burns victims, I should think that it would be worth a try on staph. Topically and internally, several times daily. Also boost the immune system with vitamins and minerals and plenty of omega 3s.
 

Marcus

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Colloidal silver may likely take care of it. Heafty doses.

She could also include H202 Therapy and Oregon grape root extract.

She should not hesitate and wait. This can be a killer and is also contageous to family members.
 

Josy

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Thank you for the responses.. I forwarded them to her, I hope her mother will be open-minded about this.. as she has been on antibiotic for so long! I am trying to get her to see a naturopath to see if homeopathy would help, but insurance does not cover it. I wonder if Hulda Clark's zapper can take care of this in addition to all the supplements. Anyway, thanks again for your time.

Josy
 

morgan33

New member
If she can find a homoeopath who will give her a staph remedy over the counter or online it would be very inexpensive.

Our homoeopath makes us a strep/staph remedy for our horses if they have infections. Solved a nasty bone infection in one mare that wouldn't respond to antibiotics.

This woman is in Australia, but ships all over the world - she is a certified animal homoeopath, but as they use the same remedies as people it is not an issue. If cost is the issue, she is very reasonable, and very knowledgeable - just get your friend to email her for advice. If she can't help, (don't know if she is allowed to treat people) she will know someone who can.

www.wholisticanimal.com
 

Marcus

New member
I have cured the NASTIEST infections from animal bites in my cats. I mean really foul infections! The same remedies are used for people no matter what microbe is present.

When boils or abscesses occur the leading remedies are:

cal sulf
hep sulf
calendula
pryrogen
silicea
lachesis

If in doubt give all in 200c 3 times a day. I ususally give two or three. I use lachesis infrequently.

I would be inclined to use the staph remedy as a preventative rather than a curative in most cases. Often what is identical is not as effective as what is similar in homeopathy.
 

EarlyBird

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Staph Infection

Josy, this sorta sounds like the infection that a friend has
had repeatedly on her ankle area. Can't think of it's name,
but starts w/a 'C'. It's akin to that flesh-eating disease.

The Colloidal Silver sounds like a good try, both inner
and outwardly.
 

EarlyBird

New member
Josy, the disease my friend has had return so frequently is called "Cellulitis'. With her, it comes on very quickly and
she gets a high fever. The area on her leg gets highly
inflamed.
 

JGTechjunkie

New member
More understanding

Reading through this thread the first thing that comes to my mind is that people are suggesting "cures" without understanding the problem. The problem with stubborn bacterial infections, ones that refuse to respond to treatment, is often because the bacteria have formed a biofilm to protect themselves. Biofilms are much more difficult to kill off than unorganized bacteria. Do a search online and you can see what I mean. In a biofilm the bacteria cover themselves with slime so they are difficult to mechanically remove. They have layers and the outside bacteria are sacrificed to protect the ones deeper in. It is truly amazing. So the question of whether this treatment or that, or whether silver will work or a combination of treatments will work becomes a question of what will work against a given biofilm. It is not necessarily the case that the bacteria have "developed a resistance" although that is certainly possible.
 

Ted_Hutchinson

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Antibacterial effects of green tea polyphenols on clinical isolates of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus



Curcumin inhibits FtsZ assembly: an attractive mechanism for its antibacterial activity

Bactericidal effect of grape seed extract on methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)

Vitamin D and methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus nasal carriage

As each of these approaches are working by different means to inhibit Staphylococcus aureus they can all be deployed at the same time.

So keeping a high 25(OH)D (vitamin D level 60ng/ml ~70ng/ml) while also making GREEN TEA your main beverage of choice, and also taking curcumin and resveratrol should be more effective than just using one option at a time.
 

pinballdoctor

New member
I agree with using good quality colloidal silver, both topically and internally.

The antibiotics are the problem, not the cure, especially if taken long term.
 

holisticScott

New member
? for pinball doctor...

Could you elaborate on what you feel is a good CS? Do you use the same product topically and internally?? I am looking for a quality source, can you please tell me if you have any experience with Nano Silver? Thanks.
 

Beach Man

Member
Hi all, I just heard from a 19 year old girl who went for a face peel at a MD's office and ended up with a staph infection on her face. She said this happened in December, she took antibiotics for it, it went away and came back on her leg, she was hospitalized for 3 days and she was on IV antibiotics for three weeks, it went away and came back on her neck.. Now I have no clue what staff infection looks like on a leg or neck, I thought that was a throat thing, and I have not see her for over a year so I do not have a clear idea as to what she is dealing with. But she is so desperate and needs advice, so I thought I'll turn to you for advice...What do you think is going wrong here? shouldn't antibiotics permanently deal with this! Is she being misdiagnosed? Just throw at me whatever you can think of, don't worry I will sort through it..

Thanks for your time.

Josy
Josy,

As others have suggested, colloidal silver can often do the job even when anitbiotics have failed. What many alternative physicians consider to be the "silver bullet" of colloidal silver solutions is Mesosilver. I have personally found it to be an extremely effective product and always keep some on hand. To read several testimonials about its use, both internally and externally and effective dosage, etc. to successfully treat and eliminate a variety of conditions, including staph infections, go to

http://www.colloidal-silver-colloids.com/contrib/mesosilver-testimonials.htm

and scroll down through the Links for the various conditions, including the one for Staph Infection or just click on

http://www.colloidal-silver-colloids.com/contrib/mesosilver-testimonials.htm#staphinfection

and read the testimonial of George Maass. It looks right on point for your friend's condition. In any case, I suggest that you also click on the first Link I provided above and scroll through and read some of the testimonials for the other listed conditions to get a good idea about oral dosage in addition to the external application, e.g., the Links for Skin Condition, Sore Throat, and Sinus Infection/Sinusitis among others.

As a side note, although I don't see a Link for Peptic or Stomach Ulcers, I have read elsewhere that it has been used to eliminate them by ingesting 4 Tablespoons of Mesosilver and then lying down and doing a slow barrel roll to coat all areas of the stomach lining, i.e., 20 seconds face down on your stomach, then 20 seconds on your left side, then 20 seconds flat on your back, then 20 seconds on your right side. Ingenious I thought and demonstrates the amazing versatility and effectiveness of the product which kills the bacterium, Helicobacter pylori, if memory serves me correctly, which is responsible for causing the ulcers.

To purchase Mesosilver go to

http://www.purestcolloids.com/mesosilver.htm

In addition, as it is estimated by some in the alternative medical community that 90 percent of our immune system resides in our digestive tract with our friendly bacteria, it's also a good idea to take a good probiotic to reinforce the population of friendly bacteria, especially if one has had a course of antibiotics as well as while using Mesosilver. Several good ones are available, but the one which I have found to be most effective is the Vitamin Shoppe's brand called Ultimate '10' Probiotic. It played a major role in bringing me back to health from the brink of death with severe ulcerative colitis several years ago, and while I have since tried several others I have found none, including Dr. O'hira's, to be as effective.

http://www.vitaminshoppe.com/store/en/browse/sku_detail.jsp?id=VS-2164

I suggest that you also read through the two pages of various testimonials for the product.

http://www.vitaminshoppe.com/store/en/browse/sku_detail.jsp?id=VS-2164&activateTab=reviews#tabs

Don't forget to click on Page 2 to read all of the testimonials.

Good health to all and good luck.
 
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