According to an article on mercola.com , "By 2050, antibiotic resistance is estimated to kill 10 million people annually, worldwide. At present, at least 23,000 Americans die as a direct result of an antibiotic-resistant infection each year" From: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2015/04/14/antibiotic-resistant-bacteria-airborne.aspx?e_cid=20150414Z1_DNL_NB_art_1&utm_source=dnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art1
A family member, loved one, or a friend may end up in this statistic. Perhaps you might want to speak out before this happens.
Electricity has been used to treat disease and illness since the 1750's and the medical profession has continually tried to suppress this information ever since then. See "The Electric Cure"
Today, there are products available that are capable of killing microbes such as bacteria, fungi, algae, protozoa, and yeast in water based environments.
If using such products on water for only a couple of hours can so quickly and effectively kill such a broad range of microbes, then why is there not a more constructive effort being made to bring this technology into the treatment of infectious organisms in humans?There is a tremendous potential to save many lives as well as for easing the suffering that many must now endure. Conditions such as sepsis and septicemia could be significantly reduced with the proper application of this technology as well as alternative health modalities like PEF and PEMF to overcome antibiotic resistance.
Medical industry prejudice and greed surrounds Ebola Epidemic
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Chikungunya - Still spreading across the Carribean and to the US