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Old 01-09-2012, 10:29 AM   #11
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I hate using any prescription antibiotics. Then again I hate taking pills. I have been managing my health through the use of Essential Oils for the past 6 months and it has been working for me quite well. It takes a bit of education to understand how they work. I was totally unbelieving before I started using them but they have eliminated my 40-year long back pain and just recently I had a toothache that I figured would result in (another) root canal. I rinsed my mouth with oils and I'll be forever damned but the toothache went away! Southern Comfort didn't work, but the oils did. I went to my dentist and he agrees that no dental work is needed.
You amaze me, VikingDad.

Also, you all should know that different antibiotics work on different kinds of bacteria. There are Gram negative and gram positive....cocci and rods. Some antibiotics are broad spectrum, some are pretty specific. If you don't know which antibiotic to use for what type of infection, it will be ineffective and you may be setting yourself up for developing antibiotic resistant infections.
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You amaze me, VikingDad.

Also, you all should know that different antibiotics work on different kinds of bacteria. There are Gram negative and gram positive....cocci and rods. Some antibiotics are broad spectrum, some are pretty specific. If you don't know which antibiotic to use for what type of infection, it will be ineffective and you may be setting yourself up for developing antibiotic resistant infections.
Another big problem is people who stop taking the antibiotics after a couple of days, when the symptoms disappear. The treatments must be continued for several more days to make absolutely sure that all the microbes are wiped out, otherwise a few "resistant" cells might survive.
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You amaze me, VikingDad.

Also, you all should know that different antibiotics work on different kinds of bacteria. There are Gram negative and gram positive....cocci and rods. Some antibiotics are broad spectrum, some are pretty specific. If you don't know which antibiotic to use for what type of infection, it will be ineffective and you may be setting yourself up for developing antibiotic resistant infections.
I am (or have been) absolutely religious about taking all of my prescriptions as prescribed for the full duration.

My dentist is a high school friend of mine. When I told him I was using Essential Oils to treat my pain rather than using the prescription he had given (and I did not fill) he was not surprised. He also did not seem surprised that it was working.

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Your description of antibiotics is not too different from a description of Essential Oils. Some are pretty specific and some are pretty general. How did the oils that I sent work out for you?
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Your description of antibiotics is not too different from a description of Essential Oils. Some are pretty specific and some are pretty general. How did the oils that I sent work out for you?
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Vikingdad, when you talk about essential oils, do you mean omega3

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Vikingdad, when you talk about essential oils, do you mean omega3
Not even close. Take a look here Essential oil - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I have been taking some vitamin supplements that contain some Omega oils blended with Clove, Frankincence, Thyme, Cumin, Orange, Peppermint, Ginger, Caraway and German Chamomile.

The above blend is one of three supplements I take daily that has eliminated 40 years of chronic back pain by addressing cellular inflammation. Prior to my discovering the Essential Oils I was experiencing back pain of a level 5 or higher 24/7. I was seriously considering spinal fusion surgery but couldn't quite pull the trigger on that.

Here is a link to the supplements I use Life Long Vitality Pack from doTERRA
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Thanks for the info vikingdad.

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I bought fish antibiotics, fairly cheap, pharmacutical grade. I asked my doctor about them and he said that in the US all animal foods and medications have to be safe for human consumption and as far as he knew the meds were identical in makeup. I bought amoxicillin, Cipro, acithromycin, penacillin and a few others. For around $80 I got probably 30 courses, or so, worth. I bought mine on Amazon, and they are also available on Ebay.

http://www.ebay.com/sch/aquaticpharmacy/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=25&_trksid=p3686

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Aloe vera. Google the properties. There is a reason native Americans called it the hand of heaven (best translation) and the Egyptians called the plant of eternal life.

Anti biotic properties, lotions, can cure a yeast infection and constipation at the same time.

Anti fungal, anti viral, supposedly helps memory.

And that's not even taking about minor burn treatments.

You can also juice it into an open wound.
I have a lot of aloe vera for those very reasons. It qlso makes a heck of a good juice drink to thats very popular in the asian part of the world.
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