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Antibiotics can be harmful as well as helpful.

Antibiotics are a group of organic compounds that operates against  germs and fungi that penetrate our body and infect it - It is not affective against Viruses.
The intensive consumption of antibiotics helps the Germs develop durability against antibiotics in our body and weakens our immunity against diseases.
I have found Natural Antibiotics that help me heal from common diseases, and keep the antibiotics effective for the needed time.
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What are Antibiotics?
Germs' Durability
How to Decrease the Consumption of Antibiotics?
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What are Antibiotics?
Like it name suggest, so it is: Anti = against. Bio = life.
The Antibiotics are a group of organic compounds that exterminate and delay the growth of living objects which penetrate our bodies, create infectious diseases in it and harm it.
Living objects = germs and fungi. The Antibiotics is not effective against Viruses.

The antibiotics act against the cause of infection, leaving the healing process to our body's immune system.

Most antibiotics are produced naturally by fungi, germs or other organisms. Today, synthetic - artificial antibiotic is also produced.

The bets known antibiotics today is Penicillin: It is the first antibiotic to be discovered (year 1928). The discoverer of Penicillin, Alexander Fleming, won the Medical Nobel peace prize for his accomplishment.

The Antibiotics act against germs in a few different ways, depending of the type of antibiotics:

  • Destruction of the germ's cell wall and its subsequent death (See illustration).
  • Damaging its DNA replication – Damaging its reproduction abilities.
  • Damaging its DNA translation while in replication – Damaging its reproduction abilities.

Most germs are harmless; a few are harmful and even deadly to mankind

Destruction of the germ's cell wall

Different types of antibiotics are made for different types of germs.

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There exists a specific type of antibiotics that are designated to fight against specific types of germs, and other types of antibiotics that have a wider range – effective against a larger population of germs.
When taking wide-range antibiotics – we can reach the type of germ that is attacking us, but we also contribute to the development of the rest of the germs the antibiotics are designed to kill.

Additionally, antibiotics harm the proper microbial function of the body (for example, in the intestine, the vagina, and the skin) by killing groups of harmless organisms and thus contributing to the creation of infections, due to an over growth of durable organisms.

Germs' Durability

As mentioned, the germs develop a durability against antibiotics. The durability expands and becomes stronger as the use of antibiotics grows and expands.
The durability has been inspected only a few years after the beginning of the commercial use of antibiotics.
The problem became worse due to the expanding use of antibiotics, which caused the germs to develop a congenital durability according to the "natural selection" principal – after a reoccurring exposure to antibiotics that destroyed the weak populations; it leaves behind the only strongest germs.

This phenomenon presents quite a big medical challenge, seeing that on the one hand the patient should be treated effectively against a germ infection, yet on the other hand should be given the most basic antibiotics that will not destroy other germs, and will prevent the development of durability against "advanced" antibiotics.

It is clear that a work of medical research and development of new antibiotics is required, however the large investment in research and development, compared with the short-ranged life of the antibiotics due to the germs' development of durability reduce the profitability for medical companies to invest in new antibiotics. In fact, in the last decades no new antibiotic has been developed.

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During the taking of antibiotics:

  • Use the right type of antibiotics for the disease and germs that attacked you – Do this only with the help of a doctor – because if we take the wrong kind of antibiotics we will not solve the specific problem and help the specific germ in our body to become immune – without cause.
  • Do not use Antibiotics in case of a viral disease – since antibiotics are not efficient against viruses – and in this case we will again cause the germs on our body to immune for no reason.
  • Decrease the consumption of antibiotics – keep it for acute cases – so that in the time of need – the antibiotic will be affective.
How to Decrease the Consumption of Antibiotics
  • Strengthen the immune system to improve its ability to confront intruders – and this is in fact what I did with the help of the Ginseng.
  • Find natural replacements that help the body cope with infections, and which do not develop the durability in germs, such as Propolis and Echinacea– Which I did.
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