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(The Raw Story)   Yet another superbug is slowly spreading through US. And by "another", they mean 15 different strains of superbug   (rawstory.com) divider line 116
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2013-03-01 04:40:01 PM

New Age Redneck: Weaver95
cannabis can kill antibiotic resistant MRSA infections...I wonder if it could kill this stuff?

   Silver. I was the victim of two incompetent doctors a couple summers ago. One prescribed an anti-biotic for a cyst (instead of just cutting the damn thing out) which almost killed me (the anti biotics). My doc cut the cyst out and due to being sloppy and careless removing the stitches left me with a deep raging MRSA infection. After my near death experience with the anti biotics I was unwilling to take another round of that. A doctor friend got me some silver coated gauze for the wound and massive doses of garlic were taken in place of pills. Infection cleared up almost instantly wound healed in 3 days. Full recovery in a week.

  /infections cant build a resistance to silver or garlic (tumeric, tea tree, as well) like they can to modern anti-boitics
//the silver gauze is pricey but is unreal
///don't know the effect of the sticky icky on infections but it kept me from absolutely losing my sh*t through that experience....
//would never wish a staph infection on even my worst enemy
/the nightmares....jesus h.....


What were your dosages of garlic? I've always heard it had antiseptic qualities, but never heard of it used like this in modern medicine. Pretty damn cool story bro.
 
2013-03-01 04:44:03 PM

WeenerGord: New Age Redneck: My friend who helped me with my staph (MRSA) infection is our local dermatology specialist, she got me some silver impregnated gauze they use on burn victims. I don't know specifically what brand it was but I checked at our local pharmacy and they have it at about $35 for a sheet.


If you didnt want to shell out that much money, is there any reason you couldn't pound flat an old silver spoon and tape that over the wound? Maybe the guy with the infected willy could wind some silver wire around it? you can buy it from jewelry making suppliers.

Silver is 28 bucks an ounce right now


I was given some type of liquid silver concoction by a friend and I can't remember what it was called, but it worked.
Ah - colloidal silver
 
2013-03-01 05:04:21 PM

soupbone: New Age Redneck: Weaver95
cannabis can kill antibiotic resistant MRSA infections...I wonder if it could kill this stuff?

   Silver. I was the victim of two incompetent doctors a couple summers ago. One prescribed an anti-biotic for a cyst (instead of just cutting the damn thing out) which almost killed me (the anti biotics). My doc cut the cyst out and due to being sloppy and careless removing the stitches left me with a deep raging MRSA infection. After my near death experience with the anti biotics I was unwilling to take another round of that. A doctor friend got me some silver coated gauze for the wound and massive doses of garlic were taken in place of pills. Infection cleared up almost instantly wound healed in 3 days. Full recovery in a week.

  /infections cant build a resistance to silver or garlic (tumeric, tea tree, as well) like they can to modern anti-boitics
//the silver gauze is pricey but is unreal
///don't know the effect of the sticky icky on infections but it kept me from absolutely losing my sh*t through that experience....
//would never wish a staph infection on even my worst enemy
/the nightmares....jesus h.....

What were your dosages of garlic? I've always heard it had antiseptic qualities, but never heard of it used like this in modern medicine. Pretty damn cool story bro.


Garlic is awesome. I've used garlic oil for earaches and it works really well. Garlic water can be pretty good for you too.

But fair warning, garlic is a strong antibiotic.
 
2013-03-01 05:28:24 PM
Hearing all these stories I am getting glad the last time I got a non-trivial cut (~15 by 5 mm triangle on my thumb of skin got sliced off) my brother poured isoprobyl alcohol on it for about a minuite, then I coated it in antiseptic ointment 3 times a day for a week and a half.

No infection from that one.
 
2013-03-01 05:47:39 PM
soupbone

What were your dosages of garlic?

   I ate as much raw garlic as I could. On food, in tea, etc. Someone up-thread mentioned the active ingredient which is removed by cooking. Be warned however that it can thin blood and cause clotting issues with the wound.

My dermatologist friend who wanted to put me back on anti biotics  said she would give the garlic a chance after how the initial anti-biotics f*cking ruined me. She was amazed at how fast and how well I healed.
 
2013-03-01 06:01:08 PM

WeenerGord: Since we are promoting silver, how about copper? It's cheaper, easier to to get, it's already in your walls and extension cords, and it won't turn your whole body blue, just  the skin that touches it will turn green.


Look up "copper toxicity."  I can't be bothered to spell it out for you.
 
2013-03-01 06:06:26 PM
Thanks ... I'll ask about some in the morning!

New Age Redneck:
darth_badger

I find this amusing because i've been battling MRSA for 2 months now.

/wrist healed after a month and buttock started last week
//got my ass opened up and packed yesterday again
/// if it gets much deeped I'll be farting duets


    My friend who helped me with my staph (MRSA) infection is our local dermatology specialist, she got me some silver impregnated gauze they use on burn victims. I don't know specifically what brand it was but I checked at our local pharmacy and they have it at about $35 for a sheet. The best prognosis I got for my wound to heal was 2 to 3 weeks, it healed in 3 days (I am not kidding). I realize this is anecdotal but that sh*t worked. I have several friends; emerg nurses, doctors that swear by it. Just sayin'. Good luck.
 
2013-03-01 06:21:20 PM

walkerhound: WeenerGord: Since we are promoting silver, how about copper? It's cheaper, easier to to get, it's already in your walls and extension cords, and it won't turn your whole body blue, just  the skin that touches it will turn green.

Look up "copper toxicity."  I can't be bothered to spell it out for you.



Sound like you were bothered by the very idea.  Copper toxicity is caused by eating food that was cooked or stored in unlined copper containers, not by wearing a copper wire bracelet. But don't let that bother you. Or this: while reading about it I found more evidence that copper and brass are anti microbial.  Associated applications include the use of brass doorknobs in hospitals, which have been found to self-disinfect after eight hours
 
2013-03-01 06:22:12 PM
darth_badger

http://jmm.sgmjournals.org/content/55/1/59.full.pdf

The science of it. Good read, especially encouraging against MRSA. Hope it works for you like it did for me.
 
2013-03-01 07:04:52 PM

WeenerGord: Sound like you were bothered by the very idea.  Copper toxicity is caused by eating food that was cooked or stored in unlined copper containers, not by wearing a copper wire bracelet. But don't let that bother you. Or this: while reading about it I found more evidence that copper and brass are anti microbial.  Associated applications include the use of brass doorknobs in hospitals, which have been found to self-disinfect after eight hours


Try lead, seems to have worked for your parents.
 
2013-03-01 08:03:32 PM
Its all a part of Obamma's and Pelosi's plan.
They want to secretly kill off and weaken as many as they can before they launch phase III of their plan to turn the US into a socialst republic.
 
2013-03-01 08:14:19 PM

walkerhound: WeenerGord: Sound like you were bothered by the very idea.  Copper toxicity is caused by eating food that was cooked or stored in unlined copper containers, not by wearing a copper wire bracelet. But don't let that bother you. Or this: while reading about it I found more evidence that copper and brass are anti microbial.  Associated applications include the use of brass doorknobs in hospitals, which have been found to self-disinfect after eight hours

Try lead, seems to have worked for your parents.


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don't know why you give a fk, but whatev.

Or do ya feel stupid cos I schooled you on what copper toxicity actually is caused by? If only you could have been bothered to find out for yourself before you shot your mouth off. It was right there in the wiki, pretty easy to find. If you could have been bothered.
 
2013-03-01 08:15:49 PM
Thanks cause my case of butthurt is real.

/farking helps my butt.


New Age Redneck: darth_badger

http://jmm.sgmjournals.org/content/55/1/59.full.pdf

The science of it. Good read, especially encouraging against MRSA. Hope it works for you like it did for me.

 
2013-03-01 08:27:11 PM
only 15? that's a low estimate IMO, but number of strains isn't really important, its the incidence. It wont be long before we run out of antibiotics, that's just a fact. Evolution is farking hardcore like that. Infection CONTROL is going to be the answer to these issues in the future, not treatment. If you have to get an invasive procedure done, check the track record of the clinic/hospital on hand-hygiene if possible. Should it suck, go elsewhere.

/Wash your got damn hands
 
2013-03-01 09:29:48 PM

WeenerGord: walkerhound: WeenerGord: Sound like you were bothered by the very idea.  Copper toxicity is caused by eating food that was cooked or stored in unlined copper containers, not by wearing a copper wire bracelet. But don't let that bother you. Or this: while reading about it I found more evidence that copper and brass are anti microbial.  Associated applications include the use of brass doorknobs in hospitals, which have been found to self-disinfect after eight hours

Try lead, seems to have worked for your parents.

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don't know why you give a fk, but whatev.

Or do ya feel stupid cos I schooled you on what copper toxicity actually is caused by? If only you could have been bothered to find out for yourself before you shot your mouth off. It was right there in the wiki, pretty easy to find. If you could have been bothered.


You schooled the heck out of me, more than two semesters of tox could've ever done.  You never mentioned using it as a bracelet or charm in your Boobies.  That sounds even more plausible.  But seriously, try licking old paint.  You won't ever get sick again.
 
2013-03-01 10:59:07 PM

walkerhound: You never mentioned using it as a bracelet or charm in your Boobies.


Hahaha, you make it too easy. :D

walkerhound: But seriously, try licking old paint.


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