Golden Staph External
Golden staph is a potentially fatal disease caused by the bacteria staphylococcus aureus and can be spread by touching infected surfaces or via skin contact. Golden Staph is one of the infections which can be contracted in hospital or during surgical procedures. It may be a topical or internal infection. It may include inflammation, ulceration, break-down of tissue and/or poisoning of the blood stream. This bacterium produces many pus-forming infections ranging from boils, carbuncles and abscesses to fatal septicaemia and gangrene. Humans are generally highly susceptible to this pathogen.
There are now strains of Golden Staph which how various levels of antibiotic resistance, with some strains becoming impossible to control with the currently available antibiotic therapies. These herbs can help to weaken the bacteria, whilst also supporting the immune system. By weakening the bacteria, the antibiotic therapy will have more chance of successfully overcoming the bacteria.
I recommend this program for use both to protect against contracting Golden Staph while as a patient in hospital and other medical institutions, as well as for treating active Golden Staph infections whether internal or external. I recommend taking this together with Colloidal Silver for added antimicrobial support.
This mix is used topically on golden staph infections which are affecting the skin.
This can be made up as a 20% solution made with colloidal silver for mild infections and infection prevention. or a 50% solution if it is looking red and swollen, or even used neat if there is signs of pus and active infection. To make a 20% solution, add 1ml of Golden Staph mix with 9ml of colloidal silver to make up 10mls of solution.
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Dilute 50% with Colloidal Silver or demineralised water and spray on affected area. May sting initially. Cease use if causing excessive pain or redness.
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