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Offline wcelliott

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The Era of Resistant Bacteria: How to survive
« Reply #25 on: 19/07/2008 22:58:21 »
I read a lot of personal testimonials about Colloidal Silver curing MRSA, but I've never had MRSA myself, so I can't say for sure one way or the other.

I can say, though, that Colloidal Silver (10ppm) has worked on everything I've tried it on, including a persistant sinus infection, blepharitis ("rheumy eyes"), chronic bronchitis, colds, skin tags, back zits, athlete's foot, and an absessed tooth that had produced a lump the size of the tip of my little finger (that one took a while to heal).

It's safe in sane doses, you have to go nuts with the stuff (take 1000x the normal doses) to get argyria, that's mainly a scare-tactic that the FDA has concocted to support the status quo.   
 

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« Reply #26 on: 26/03/2009 05:27:58 »
What does it mean that when garlic lays around it goes off>
I've had garlic laying around for ages. It just dries up into  a hard rock.

 

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Re: The Era of Resistant Bacteria: How to survive
« Reply #27 on: 05/08/2016 23:23:52 »
Hello everyone,

It has been a while since the last time I gave an update.
Our whole family has been clear of MRSA since 2006 and we are very happy to be alive since we had such a bad attack.

Here is more information that will help with research:
allimedresearch.blogspot(dotcom)/p/allimed-research.html

I hope you all are doing well.

God bless you all,
PHDee
 

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Re: The Era of Resistant Bacteria: How to survive
« Reply #28 on: 06/08/2016 23:47:27 »
Hi again,

A man posted some comments to my recent post but for some reason I couldn't respond.

This was his comment and my response:

Hello EXXX,

I am sorry to hear that you and your girlfriend has MRSA.
It is good that you haven't had it long because it will be easier to get rid of.

We haven't had MRSA symptoms return for about 10 1/2 yrs.
I also had Lyme twice and Morgellons.
Morgellons was the worst of all the infections I had.

Thankfully, by God's Grace I recovered naturally from all.

Here are some site that will help with research:

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I hope this helps you two and if possible it is best to not use antibiotics.

We saw good results in about two weeks.

Take care,
PHDee
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Re: The Era of Resistant Bacteria: How to survive
« Reply #29 on: 22/08/2016 21:03:58 »
It is best to not use antibiotics.

It is always best not to use antibiotics unless it is absolutely necessary, but for MRSA carriage sometimes there is no option.
 

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