Intelligent use of antibiotics?

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Snake venom hypothesis is very unlikely to be plausible... WATCH THE WATER is a movie which claims that Covid symptoms have been caused by snake venom or the peptides derived from snake venom. Dr. Brian Ardis sounds very convincing, but many of his peers, including Dr. Lee Merritt are saying it is unrealistic to believe that somehow you could put enough of this in the water supply to cause unique symptoms. The whole story is misleading IMO.
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IMO Dr. Tom Cowan is leading us into a new future of hope for the human condition. He starts with basic common sense to reveal the charade. https://www.bitchute.com/video/lnx6CNWabl8T/

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Antibiotics should indeed be taken with precaution being the side effects lead to a lifetime of ill health if not properly treated. The body is not some sterile environment. Antibiotics are a sterilizer of bacteria which without the health of the body is in jeopardy. Fermented foods are in fact necessary to regain health after taking antibiotics. Bacteria in the body keeps the really bad stuff at bay. It makes sense to plant good bacteria back in the body to prevent a lifetime of ill health. I have been told raw pressed oils such as hempseed oil have these bacteria and have as much value or even more value for human health as fermented food.

We had covid in our house for about a 3-hour fever in my son when it was going through the children at school. I took 10 grams of vitamin C for two days in a row to protect myself during my exposure. I never did have any symptoms.

I spent a good part of this winter at sacred heart medical center in spokane being tortured in solitary confinement for refusing weekly covid testing after testing twice as negative. I was non symptomatic and refusing continual breech of my human organism. My cell was filthy with clogged ventilation intakes as nose boogers all over the walls. It was really sick. When I told my doctor that I though the hospital was run by Nazis he calmly replied, "I can see how you would feel that way after the way you have been treated in here."

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Whenever I see an Odysee link, I know it's QAnon, so don't even bother.

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Scientism vs. science. Do you see it? https://odysee.com/@drsambailey:c/kevin ... pothesis:8

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Dr. Sam Bailey's recent 12 minute video on Tobacco mosaic "virus"/disease... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0G3JbbaGhqc

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Just once try using someone that isn't a qwack to quote. https://www.theguardian.com/society/201 ... tor-100000

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Dr Stefan Lanka: "It's a mental construct, and they call it alignment." He is referring to how they take pieces of genetic material, and they fill in the blanks using a computer program. It is just a computer simulation video game called virology. They construct the imaginary genome but there is no such particle found in the real world. https://brandnewtube.com/watch/live-q-a ... J4Dk8.html

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The difference between bacterial and viral pneumonia is just a google search away: https://www.pfizer.com/news/articles/vi ... difference

And the difference between virologists and epidemiologists https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/649 ... miologists

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They have only fabricated a so-called complete genome in silica, or using a computer fabrication method. Symptoms that have been experienced are simply the cells of the body detoxing. I would have to agree that ivermectin is not the savior it has been made out to be since it disrupts the healing process of the body and consequently habitual use in order to deal with symptoms is actually disrupting the healing of the body so, if Joe Rogan relies on Ivermectin every flu season or whenever he develops worrisome symptoms, then eventually as with other drugs that mask symptoms and disrupt the natural healing processes of the body, ivermectin can and will also cause disease, so ivermectin does not get a free pass...https://ourtube.co.uk/watch/my-sites-an ... Q59Ki.html

IMO, virology is like a religious cult. I have found that epidemiologists are more scientific in their approach to trying to understand the cause of disease. They don't have a vested interest in proving that a virus is the cause of disease. I was shocked to find out that determining whether a pneumonia is considered a bacterial pneumonia or a viral pneumonia is a completely subjective opinion based on the degree of severity of a lung disease, not based on any empirical evidence that there is a virus present. If the lung disease is less serious, then you have viral pneumonia because someone says so, not based on any lab tests, because obviously they can't isolate a virus from the lung tissue.

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Like I wrote, it is sad that you continue to be bamboozled by the grifters. Yes, the virus has been isolated. Multiple times. Not only isolated but sequenced.
https://www.reuters.com/article/factche ... SL1N2LS27P

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Rideback wrote: Fri Apr 01, 2022 11:56 am

I'm so sorry that you're still clinging to the pseudo scientists' conspiracies
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4326726/

In my world if you can't isolate a so called virus then there is no reason to have a "vaccine". Maybe the "virus" was made for the vaccine rather than the other way around. There is emerging vigorous discussion that I knew would be happening, and these guys like McCullough and Malone are being questioned regarding their assertion that there is a virus particle because it is a logical fallacy without actual proof. Indeed this is an inconvenient truth, and the issue is not going away until it is addressed... https://brandnewtube.com/watch/anti-vir ... FxLdH.html

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I'm so sorry that you're still clinging to the pseudo scientists' conspiracies
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4326726/

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Here is an excerpt in quotes from the end of the video. "We can't keep living in a world of make believe" ...There are some similarities to Covid-19. Some of us are old enough to remember the "AIDS" in the '80's which was just a rebranding of 30 commonly known diseases in the presence of a positive HIV test, and the treatment protocol would follow a different path consistent with new drugs. RIP to Eleni Popudopulos-Eleopulos https://brandnewtube.com/watch/positive ... t2RYY.html

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Good to see you back Brad... You were gone for 10 days or so... I got worried and thought maybe you got Covid... :-)

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Antibiotic use increases rates of cancer and heart attacks. Antibiotics are so ubiquitous, as is cancer and heart attacks that we are not aware of the correlation. This relates to Covid since there is more vulnerability to the patient with co-morbidities... https://brandnewtube.com/watch/dr-thoma ... qzsYn.html

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Mickey M. wrote: Sat Feb 26, 2022 5:53 pm
woodman wrote: Sat Feb 26, 2022 5:23 pm

It sure is confusing.../

it seems confusing because of the unreliable sources that you consult.

For example, pasteurized milk can be fermented, which is contrary to the information you provided.

woodman wrote: Sat Feb 26, 2022 5:23 pm

Pasteurized milk can not be fermented because all the living organisms are destroyed by heat.

Can't argue against actual facts.

"Homogenized Milk
Pasteurized and homogenized is the most common type of milk that is used to make kefir. "

https://www.culturedfoodlife.com/what-k ... ake-kefir/

I do agree with you about the benefits of fermented food and not to use antibiotics when they are not indicated.

You are probably correct that pasteurized milk can be fermented, but without the microorganisms that is in raw milk, it doesn't have the level of probiotics, and I'm pretty sure it spoils a lot quicker than raw milk. I do remember making sour milk pancakes with H/P milk a long time ago. Nowadays you can find traces of antibiotics in some milk, so obviously antibiotics would destroy microbes as well as the H/P processes. Excerpt from your kefir link:
"With kefir fermentation, you're adding back enzymes, vitamins, and tons of probiotics. It changes the milk by adding many of the things pasteurization takes out."

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I saw a video about fermented foods recently. One proponent I know says they can restore the microbiome, and they are already pre-digested, and therefore they are easier for the body to turn into fuel. There has been resurgence of interest in probiotics to restore health, but now we are in an era that is dictated by the medical establishment ethic that all microbes are bad...
These are familiar fermented food products that I have become familiar with, and I think it is worthwhile to consider eating more fermented foods: sauerkraut, rejuvelac, Kombucha, kefir, yogurt, pickles, Kim Chee. raw sour milk, vinegars...

At what point are antibiotics good, and not so good?

Pasteurized milk can not be fermented because all the living organisms are destroyed by heat.

I find fermented foods have real value although I have not been preparing or eating any lately. I do know a nutritionist who says that cancer patients should avoid vinegar because it is too acidic. I look forward to seeing the antibiotic table at The Farmers market presenting a challenge to the Probiotic guy who sells the probiotic kit. Micro-organisms appear to be good. but they are so gross(LOL), but then again, they are a part of us. Somebody should post a graphic showing us how scary micro-organisms are even though they are essential to a healthy life. It sure is confusing...https://www.bitchute.com/video/Jyt3IDZUbPjX/

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