Antibiotic Fucidic Acid Linked To New Strain Of MRSA Superbug

March 22nd, 2015

Natural Remedies As Alternatives To Antibiotics

Common infections such as impetigo, also known as ‘school sores’ could once be treated quite simply with gentian violet until around 2000, when the drug companies suddenly insisted that this remedy be removed from the chemist shops, or pharmacies, in New Zealand and Australia.

Drug companies had realized how much money they would make if this inexpensive, long-lasting  and harmless remedy was made unavailable to the general public, and their more expensive, short-life products marketed in its place.

Their reason for taking it off the shelves was that it could be ‘misused’, which could make it ‘dangerous’, they said.  Ridiculous.  Gentian violet has been used for perhaps hundreds of years.  It is very effective, and perfectly safe to use as a remedy for all sorts of skin complaints.

No-one has ever died from ‘misusing’ Gentian Violet.

If we had been allowed to continue using Gentian Violet instead of antibiotic remedies such as Fucidic Acid, then the untreatable superbugs such as the MRSA might not have surged to the extent that they have.

The removal of gentian violet from the shelves of the chemist shops happened alongside a co-ordinated promotion for other pharmaceutical preparations.  It was a hard-sell campaign for marketing new pharmaceutical preparations for skin diseases.

It did not matter what pharmacies or chemist shop you tried, these New Zealand and Australian pharmacies all tried to sell you other, much more expensive remedies than the good old gentian violet.

Note:  Disappointing to see that alongside the article in the NZ Herald which told us about the new strain of untreatable disease, CAUSED by an antibiotic, was a wee promotion for another type of antibiotic, namely one which is being used as a vaccination for pneumococcal disease.

About the NZ Herald Article on Wednesday, March 18th, 2015:  Who made the decision to put that plug for another vaccination there, in the same outlined space which warned about the dangers of antibiotics (vaccinations are antibiotics).  This vaccination plug really weakens the message of the article on its left, which warns about the imminent life-threatening dangers of antibiotic use.  That is why this wee promotion blog for vaccinations was placed next to the warning article – to suit the medical profession and drug manufacturers.

Don’t you see that there will be a danger with THIS vaccination antibiotic too?

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All vaccination antibiotics will eventually have a similar effect to Fucidic acid:  All antibiotics, including vaccination/immunization antibiotics, will eventually weaken the immunity of the population, which will make people more susceptible to infections all over again.

Antibiotic vaccinations and immunizations might wipe out some types of infections, but this phenomenon  will encourage other, more virulent types of infections to occur.

AND – Just because the incidence of pneumococcal disease has fallen since the vaccination was added to the range of antibiotics given in 2008, New Zealand, does not necessarily mean the vaccination is having an effect:  These viruses and bacterial infections have natural cycles where they are more virulent, cycles which create an epidemic.

All that the drug companies, and their medical partners in subterfuge, need to do to convince the populace that their vaccines are working, is to measure the incidence of the said disease in its off-peak period.

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Read the post before this one, which gives more detail on the research findings of Fucidic acid:

Antibiotic Causing Untreatable New Hospital Super-Bug In NZ

 

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