Have you heard about a super bug named MRSA (methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus)? Well, most of you will definitely say “no”. The term is a medical jargon that in an ordinary term will only mean the “flesh-eating super bug”. The news about this super bug came in November 2009 when a report from Henry Ford hospital claims that the antibiotic-resistant bugs are approaching, not only in the hospitals but also outside. However, the good news is, it can be solved but there is also the bad news, the solution is banned and that solution is known as colloidal silver. This article explores the reason for developing MRSA and what colloidal silver can do to treat it.

The Rise of MRSA

MRSA’s was first introduced as a hospital infection that could lead a patient health’s worse than when he entered the facility. According to Professor Keith Scott-Mumby, MD. PhD, the rise of the “super bugs” should be blamed to poor and unhygienic care for hospital facilities, especially those anaesthesiologists and surgeons. They relied heavily on the use of antibiotics that they put little concern over the proper hygiene of their equipments and facilities.

MRSA can be developed in a lot of ways. At first, these bacteria are just ordinary, meaning they could be killed by antibiotics. However, due to heavy use of antibiotics to them, they eventually become immune to it. They can also adopt other genes and use it to strengthen their survival.

From Hospitals to the Outside – MRSA’s Journey

At first, doctors are unaware of the ability of MRSA. They thought that these bugs could only be developed inside the hospitals but later on, they found out that these bacteria can be developed “outside”.

The cause of this is simple, using huge amounts of antibiotics to poultry feeds that soon penetrated the food chain. Livestock serves as the breeding facility for these bacteria. Since, farmers used mainstream antibiotics to feed their poultry, bacteria created a way to be immune and that started the community of this new strain of MRSA.

Solution: The Banned Colloidal Silver

In January 2009, EU (European Union) banned the usage of one of the most effective antibiotics: colloidal silver. Colloidal silver, unlike the ordinary antibiotics, works well on any type of bacteria and viruses without killing the good bacteria.

The price of generators with silver electrodes cost about $100 to $200. At first, you will think that it is expensive but considering the benefits of colloidal silver, you will notice that it’s only worthy for its price.

Some antibiotics cost as cheap as $20 but as stated earlier, they may not even work well when it comes to MRSA. Colloidal silver, on the other hand, is not only an antibiotic, but can also be an antiseptic and disinfectant. So, start investing now on silver colloidal manufacturing apparatus and see how colloidal silver works!

Source: Natural News, Antibiotic Resistant Germs Threaten while Colloidal Silver is Banned in EU. Last Accessed: December 26, 2014. View the article screenshot here. Photo Credit: Google Search, HealthBox.