Antibiotic Epidemic Report Review

Antibiotic Resistance: Surviving An Uncertain Future

These days, your first reaction to having a minor cold, a urinary tract infection, or a little cut is to head to the doctor and get a prescription for some antibiotics to stop whatever is ailing you in its tracks. What you don’t know is that this practice could be killing you. Slowly but surely, humans are developing antibiotic resistance. We rely too much on antibiotics and we are becoming resistant to them. Certain strains of bacteria, such as E. Coli, are already impossible to treat with antibiotics. Unfortunately, big pharma doesn’t want this information to get out, because the consequences would be devastating to their bottom line.This is something that personally frightens me a great deal, so I did some research on it and found a great ebook on the topic that not only explains everything that is going on, but offers a solution.

Antibiotic resistance is such a dire problem that the center for disease control has said it is “one of the world’s most pressing public health problems.” And they are right. That’s why this book is an essential read if you want to protect you and your family from dying of simple things like UTIs, cuts and scrapes on the playground, and common infections. We need to teach our immune systems to be strong, healthy, and independent, not dependent on drug prescriptions.

In the ebook “The Antibiotic Epidemic: How to Fight Superbugs and Emerging Bacteria with Miracles from Mother Earth” we finally have a solution to this critical problem. This book gave me so many recipes and natural ways to avoid antibiotic resistance, which will help keep me and my family safe and healthy. The book includes a recipe for a natural hand sanitizer, which fights against a multitude of dangerous pathogens. The book also proposes recipes for killing salmonella on your countertops with an essential oil; how to naturally cure a sore throat; how to prevent bloating, constipation, and diarrhea; how to put an end to UTIs forever; and how to heal wounds with a natural clay, as well as a multitude of other solutions. The best part is that all of these methods are completely natural and don’t perpetuate the use of unneeded antibiotics.

I would also highly recommend the companion ebook “Foods, Herbs and Spices that Fight Viral Maladies”. This book helped me to understand how antibiotics have been misused over time, contributing to antibiotic resistance, and taught me a plethora of Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medicine practices to help me fight against antibiotic resistance. I now make the virus-stopping soup every time it’s flu season, to keep my whole family healthy and strong.

Conclusion

I can’t recommend this pair of books enough. If everyone starts fighting the good fight against antibiotic resistance, we might just stand a chance of winning against it. Everyone needs to start using these practices so that we no longer fear a simple cut or injury. I have shared this program with all of my friends and they have found that it has had great results for their families as well. Right now, we rely way too much on antibiotics, and the time has come for that to stop.

Antibiotic Resistance: Surviving An Uncertain Future
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