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Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)

Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)

 

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a bacterium that causes infections in different parts of the body. It's tougher to treat than most strains of staphylococcus aureus -- or staph -- because it's resistant to some commonly used antibiotics. The symptoms of MRSA depend on where you're infected.

 

Methicillin-resistant (S. aureus) has become an increasingly common infectious disease. It is now preset in both hospitals and the general community and is passing between people, whenever they congregate, with great abandon. Individuals with compromised immune function, even if they appear healthy, are at greater risk of serious infections. There are numerous strains of the bacteria, some more resistant than others. In many respects MRSA should mean "multi-drug-resistant," not merely "methicillin resistant."

 

Most MRSA infections in the general community initially present as small red bumps that are similar to pimples or perhaps spider bites or small boils. There may be fever or even a rash. As the disease progresses, the bumps become larger and very painful, eventually breaking open into deep, pus-filled boils. In those in whom antibiotic treatment fails, the boils continue to spread and the infection goes deeper, sometimes necessitating amputation of affected limbs.

 

In hospitals MRSA can infect open wounds, intravenous catheters, the urinary tract, and the lungs; the infection can be quite dangerous, spreading throughout  the whole system. Unchecked, it can infect the valves of the heart, the bones and joints, the organs, and the blood (bacteremia) and cause toxic shock syndrome (sepsis) and necrotizing (flesh-eating) pneumonia. May people worldwide die from it each year.

 

The main herbs to combat MRSA are as follows:

 

MRSA INFECTION

Tincture Formulation 1: 4oz Antibiotic - Cryptolepis

Tincture Formulation 2: 4oz Immune Support - Ginger, Reishi, Licorice

 

MRSA UTI

Tincture Formulation 1: 4oz Antibiotic - Cryptolepis

Tincture Formulation 1: 4oz Immune Support - Ginger, Reishi, Licorice

Tincture Formulation 1: 1oz Juniper Berry and Bidens

 

MRSA InfectionsTincture Formulation

1: 4oz. Antibiotic - CryptolepisTincture Formulation

2: 4oz. Immune support - Ginger, Reishi, Licorice

 

For MRSA UTI'sTincture Formulation

1: 4oz. Antibiotic - CryptolepisTincture Formulation

2: 4oz. Immune support - Ginger, Reishi, Licorice

3. 1oz. Juniper Berry, Bidens

 

 

 

 

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