Latest Antibiotic Research Shows Their Use Weakens Immune System’s Ability to Fight Off Disease

You have an absolute SOVEREIGN RIGHT, as a Human being experience Life here on Earth, to PROTECT yourself from HARM. To be Your Own Doctor 1st armed with informed information, the CHOICE to chose how to treat Your Body.  I’m not saying to avoid antibiotics, however know the entire truth …

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98 Alive Immune Support Syrup

This is a new line to use in place of the capsules if you have trouble with swallowing the Immune Support Capsules and for children who cannot swallow the capsules. Introducing… 98 Alive Immune Support Syrup Directions For Use: There are special variants available for specific needs: *High Strength *Sugar …

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Woman’s death could be start of a lethal ‘superbug’ era

Woman’s death could be start of a lethal ‘superbug’ era Lucie van den Berg, Herald Sun April 17, 2017 12:01am INFECTIOUS diseases experts fear the death of a woman from a superbug could signal the start of an era where simple childhood illnesses are invincible to antibiotics, making them a …

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Candida-Mercury – The Hidden Link

Increasingly, it’s more difficult to prevent and manage Candida infections as more individuals have weaker immune system (antibiotics, corticosteroids, life-long toxic bioaccumulation and “leaky gut” play a role in this) and due to increasing resistance against antifungal drugs. While a broad selection of natural strategies are important to employ, including …

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Tea Tree Oil – Research Information

THE ANCIENT “MEDICINE TREE”   For thousands of years the Bundjalung Aboriginal people of Australia have used the leaves of the tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) for their medicinal properties, crushed the leaves to make an infusion (tea) for treating coughs and colds. Essential oil from the leaves was used to cure …

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‘Nightmare’ superbug spreads

Rachael Rettner Senior Writer – LiveScience – Tuesday, 20 December 2016 Six people in Colorado recently became infected with a “nightmare” superbug that until now, has mostly been limited to people in hospitals, according to a new report. The new cases suggest the superbug may have spread outside of health …

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