AZITHROMYCIN AND AMOXICILLIN

AZITHROMYCIN AND AMOXICILLIN

Use: Antibiotic
In combination, azithromycin and amoxicillin contribute towards a mind-blowing 17%
of the top prescribed medications. Then we wonder why we have antibiotic
resistance. On their own, each contributes about 8.5%. Azithromycin is one of the
world’s best-selling antibiotics and derived from erythromycin. Amoxicillin is usually
the drug of choice for children.
How it Works:
Inhibits the synthesis of bacterial cell walls and interfering with their protein synthesis.
These drugs also inhibit the protein synthesis of good bacteria needed for immunity
and proper digestion.
Consequences:

Inflammation of the liver, inflammation and destruction of the stomach lining,
destruction of healthy bacterial populations, inflammation of the colon, allergic
reactions, obesity, human antibiotic resistance.

Natural Foods:
Sunlight (vit D), garlic, coconut oil, turmeric, foods high in nicotinamide (vit BS) such
as salmon, sardines and nuts. Also manuka honey, olive leaf extract, green tea, pau
D’Arco, rose water, myrrh, grapeseed extract, golden seal, oregon grapes, oregano
oil, andrographis paniculata, and probiotics.

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