THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU TAKE ANTIBIOTICS
Please read and understand, these words could save lives!
I wanted to touch on antibiotics, but first, a little history:
Alexander Fleming, FRS, FRSE, FRCS, born 6 August 1881, died 11 March 1955, was a famous Scottish physician and microbiologist, known for his amazing discovering in the world’s first broadly effective antibiotic substance, which he named penicillin.
His discovery in 1928 was later named benzylpenicillin (or penicillin G) as derived from the mould Penicillium rubens which is described as the “single greatest victory ever achieved over BACTERIOR related disease and ailments.” For this discovery, he shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology, or Medicine in 1945 with Howard Florey and Ernst Boris Chain.
Antibiotics are for bacteria only
Note that I highlight Bacteria above, as such Antibiotics should ONLY be prescribed and used for the purpose of Bacterial infections and disease. Before considering administered Antibiotics, it is imperative to establish if the cause is Bacteria related, or not.
A blood analysis test will establish this. However, doctors and patients alike across the globe, see antibiotics as the holy grail for many other ailments and the use of which has become widespread and over prescribed.
However, without routine analysis prior to making these recommendations, we risk adverse side effects and potential long-term damage. And modern medicine often negates the cause and heads indirectly to the perceived, or automated cure. As there “must be a pill for that”.
Whereas Antibiotics are not as safe as we are led to believe and should NEVER be taken on an empty stomach.
Indeed they can be very harmful, especially on your immune system and can even wipe out one-third of your immune system in five-to-ten days
High Acid food
If antibiotics are actually needed, your doctor should inform you that high acid foods like citrus fruits and juices like orange and grapefruit, soda, chocolate and tomato products have a high acid content, which could significantly decrease the antibiotics absorption rate.
Check your kidneys
Whilst great caution should be taken regarding antibiotics, anyone with any kind of impairment of kidney function must take extreme caution, as it is difficult to eliminate the drug from the body and this can have a permanent effect on the health of your kidneys.
Any medical professional should always first obtain a kidney function test as routine, before prescribing a course of Antibiotics, due to the extreme effect this could have on kidneys, especially if they are already damaged.
Did you know that Antibiotics have many side effects, which are often overlooked at the stage of prescription?
These side effects can range from mild, to severe and even have the proven ability to be fatal, meaning can cause death!
The range of side effects that Antibiotics can have, are:
- Digestive problems
- Severe indigestion
- Severe vomiting
- Bloody diarrhoea
- Bloating, or feeling full
- Loss of appetite
- Sever stomach pain, or cramping
- Leaky gut
- Internal bleeding
- Photosensitivity – Severe reactions to any light, including the sun, (which can be long lasting)
- Staining to skin, nails, teeth, and bones
- Teeth staining which can be IRREVERSIBLE in adults, Whereas children get a second set. However, as bones remodel themselves continuously, it is possible to reverse the staining but not guaranteed.
Another test that should also be carried out before taking antibiotics, is a suitability test, to test for any potential allergic reaction to the drug and to avoid Anaphylaxis.
Anaphylaxis can be fatal without immediate emergency care. If people suspect anaphylaxis, they should dial the emergency services or go immediately to the emergency room, or it could lead to death.
So please, be warned and here are a list of symptoms of Anaphylaxis to watch out for:
- Sudden feelings of uneasiness and agitation
- Hives or a red, itchy rash
- Tingling sensations and dizziness
- Swelling of the face, mouth, and throat
- Rapid swelling of the lips or under the skin
- Severe wheezing, coughing, or trouble breathing.
- Low blood pressure
If any of these symptoms arise during the period you are taking antibiotics, then please seek immediate medical attention.
Candida and Thrush
All antibiotics kill the good bacteria that protect us from fungal infections. They upset the natural balance of the body’s natural gut flora (microbiome) and as a result of this imbalance, taking antibiotics can also lead to fungal (candida) infections of the mouth, digestive tract, or vagina, which is also known as thrush.
Symptoms of oral thrush, or oropharyngeal candidiasis may include:
- White patches on the inner cheeks, tongue, roof of the mouth, and throat
- Redness or soreness
- Cotton-like feeling in the mouth
- Loss of taste
- Pain while eating or swallowing
- Cracking and redness at the corners of the mouth
This is also the sign of a weakened Immune system and can lead to further problems.
Whereas if you already have a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) then treating it with antibiotics, is very much the WRONG thing to do, as this will simply add fuel to the fire cause further infections such as vaginal yeast infections in women and other complications in men and can lead to potentially fatal aortic aneurysms.
Any other medication
Please also NOTE: That if you are already taking other medicated drugs, then these can also interact with antibiotics, making them either noneffective, or increase the action of a particular drug.
I hope this information is read, understood, never forgotten and shared.
It could save lives. Forewarned is forearmed.
Thank you for reading
Love and Light
The Healing Oracle Team
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