Recent CDC warning against the newest superbug CRE (Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae) with 50% mortality rate should be a wake-up call for us humans that we are not ahead in the fight against the microbial world.
Before the arrival of the antibiotics, namely penicillin, human beings had to resort to their own native immunity and preventive measures in order to fight off infections. The smug triumph that humans felt about antibiotics, however, did not last long before the bugs started to build their own immunity against the antibiotics. Soon after penicillin was introduced, penicillin-resistant bacteria showed up, for which methicillin was developed. MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staph. aureus) followed a few years later and ever since 1961, MRSA grew and spread to the point that it is commonly occurring in the community. When humans felt that vancomycin was still holding the fort against MRSA, VRE (Vancomycin-resistant Enterococci) came on. Carbapenem, along with other super drugs were developed to fight multi-drug resistant bugs, only to find that we are now dealing with CRE for which we no longer have any defense.
The most obvious culprit is the rampant and irresponsible overuse of antibiotics.
Simply ask yourself how many times you have asked for antibiotics for common cold symptoms and how quickly you were given the antibiotics without any specific test to confirm that you actually had a bacterial infection rather than a viral one for which antibiotics are absolutely inappropriate.
All the previous warnings against the inappropriate and abundant use of antibiotics have fallen into deaf ears since there is a wide-spread love affair and dependency to antibiotics, believing that antibiotics are the panacea for any infection.
Also the obsession to wipe and spray everything with “antibacterial” cleansers is contributing to the growth of superbugs.
The end result, however, is the clear loss (at least at this point, until scientists come up with newer antibiotics) against the microbes.
It is silver.
It doesn’t have to be a bullet, but silver has been used since the ancient times for purifying water and fighting against infections since it is not just good for fighting bacteria but also against viruses and funguses. It is not as specific as antibiotics since it is an elemental mineral, but at the same time it is widely effective due to its small size, for which microbes cannot build immunity.
The amount given to a person, either in suspension, gel, or spray is too small to cause any harm to human but toxic enough for the microbe.
Adonis Cosmetic Surgery & Spa is the only distributor in the southern Colorado of Argentyn 23 Silver products which are the best in the market.
So, how about fighting the superbugs ourselves, instead of just waiting for the next super antibiotic? Stop reaching out for antibiotic pills and ointments and learn to use silver for fighting infections.
Across the globe, for thousands of years, silver has played an essential role in safeguarding human health. It is the most effective antibacterial and antiviral immune enhancing product of all time.
During cold and flu season, or any time your immune system needs support, Dr. Shinn recommends the Argentyn 23 Fine Mist Spray. Argentyn 23® is formulated to be a safe immune support system for the whole family and support the body’s innate healing process.
Use it twice a day (2 pumps in the morning, 2 at night) to decrease cold symptoms as well as help prevent future illness.
Argentyn 23 is available only through licensed practitioners. It is available in Southern Colorado at Adonis Cosmetic Surgery & Spa, Pueblo. 719-543-5000