HJ: Despite what you are told by doctors, there is no reason to EVER take antibiotics. And furthermore, they are one of the most powerful health destroying substances you could possibly put into your body. Antibiotics are indiscriminate killers, eradicating ‘harmful’ and beneficial bacteria in one fell swoop. While it is quite easy to rid the body of harmful bacteria, it is rather difficult to rebuild the delicate balance of beneficial bacteria.
Our digestive tract naturally contains potentially harmful, disease inducing strains of bacteria, however, when we have robust, healthy intestinal flora (beneficial bacteria), these ‘bad’ bacteria are kept in check and are benign. When we take antibiotics, we totally destroy our beneficial bacteria and all of a sudden the pathogenic, opportunistic disease causing bacteria have free reign to cause problems — and they do. Candida proliferates from antibiotic use and eventually leads to cancer if untreated. Furthermore, treatment of candida is very difficult and there is no magic pill. It requires discipline, will and strict dietary adherence. In certain ways it is a blessing in disguise, but this is not how most people experience it.
I won’t go on at length here about the effects of antibiotics in the body because this article does such a great job of explaining it, but suffice it to say that antibiotics are extremely dangerous and should be avoided at all costs. There are highly effective natural remedies that do an even better job with no side effects whatsoever.
What Really Happens When You Take Antibiotics?
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