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unclepaul
Tuesday, October 20, 2015, 9:52pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Need a blood type A friendly antibiotic. Cant have any of the penicillin family, allergic reaction when I was a teenager. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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I didn't have a problem at all with Z-PAK but read this!:
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/fd.....rt-rhythms-for-some/
They seem rather casual about the deaths from this or that medication! If that were an article about Dr. D. killing people with vitamins, even ONE person, the pages would be screaming the horror!  Unreal.
Wish I could help you more, but that Z-PAK was the only prescribed medication I've taken in so long that I can't remember what I may have taken or what it was for even!  Dr. D. needs more recognition for the good he does.....


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I've taken doxycyline many times for Lyme disease but I was left with fungal issues.  Might be
because I'm a Teacher....and wasn't on the Teacher's diet at the time I took the abx.

My husband is a Warrior nonnie too, unclepaul and he has taken doxy with no problems at all.  So it might be just fine for you too.

I honestly prefer taking natural anti microbials like olive leaf extract, Sovereign Silver (colloidal silver) or grapefruit seed extract.  And using Thieves essential oil. (on the bottoms of my feet mixed with a carrier oil)


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Chloe, I have been complaining for years about not being able to eat grapefruit but after reading the stunning benefits of using it on the skin, I am more than excited about trying it that way. One person even used drops of it successfully for problems with swallowing after radiation treatment. Dilations did not help the problem.  I could use that. Maybe I could put it on my throat externally, who knows. I'm certainly willing to try it! And there are so many other diverse benefits of using it. One person uses it for bouts of diverticulitis! Now I am looking for oil of grapefruit! Ahhh, got it and was offered $10 off with a $25 purchase so I bought the other things I needed from them. People go on and on about how wonderful they feel using it. If only they knew......... But they don't.


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Chloe, I have been complaining for years about not being able to eat grapefruit but after reading the stunning benefits of using it on the skin, I am more than excited about trying it that way. One person even used drops of it successfully for problems with swallowing after radiation treatment. Dilations did not help the problem.  I could use that. Maybe I could put it on my throat externally, who knows. I'm certainly willing to try it! And there are so many other diverse benefits of using it. One person uses it for bouts of diverticulitis! Now I am looking for oil of grapefruit! Ahhh, got it and was offered $10 off with a $25 purchase so I bought the other things I needed from them. People go on and on about how wonderful they feel using it. If only they knew......... But they don't.


This is what I use....it's strong, it needs to be diluted before use...I also have the pills...If I feel like I'm coming down with something,
I take a few pills before bed......been using it for 20+ years...I squirt a drop on my toothbrush to sanitize it....wash
veggies and fruits in it...a few drops added to a bowl of water...good for sanitizing and deodorizing so many things...

https://sproutpeople.org/grapefruit-seed-extract/


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I won't touch traditional antibiotics, but AmberTechnology makes something called Vibactra Plus that is wonderful in lieu...


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I won't touch traditional antibiotics, but AmberTechnology makes something called Vibactra Plus that is wonderful in lieu...


I checked this product out....I realized it contains many of the individual ingredients I've used successfully for infections/viruses....and this company makes a formula for pets as well...Good to know about this product..and will definitely share with with our holistic vet...Thanks Drea.  



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Quoted from unclepaul
Need a blood type A friendly antibiotic. Cant have any of the penicillin family, allergic reaction when I was a teenager. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

It depends upon the organism you're dealing with.
Gram positive? Gram negative?
and within these categories, there are distinctions, too.



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