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Dario Läuppi Avoid the antibiotic resistance

One says that the antibiotics are directed against noxious bacteria in the organism, destroying their cell walls and impeding their reproduction. Looking more closely one sees that in our organism live billions of microorganisms and form an ecosystem called microbiome (or microbiota). That englobes:
  • in the mouth: ca. 8000 bacterial species on the tongue, 7000 in the saliva, 4000 in the throat, 14000 in gingival pockets, ca. 1 000 000 000 (= 109) organisms in a milliliter of saliva
  • in the stomach: 128 different kind of bacteria in the mucosa of the stomach wall such as Helicobacter pylori which can cause ulcers as well as ward of pathogens
  • in the intestine: ca. 1 000 000 000 000 (= 1012) organisms in a milliliter of intestinal content, there are more than different 1000 bacterial strains, the gut flora weights together about 1,5 kilo, it helps us digesting and is essential for our immune system
  • in the humid areas of the body: at least 2000 kind of bacteria - even the lungs of healthy persons aren't germ-free or sterile!
  • on the 2 m2 of our skin: several 1 000 000 000 (109) of microbes
  • only 20% of these bacteria can be cultivated and studied outside the body
  • 99% of the genetic makeup of all cells of our body aren't human
  • 90% of all cells of our body are living microorganisms like bacteria, mushrooms, viruses and unicellular organisms
The proportion between “good” and “bad” microorganisms in healthy subjects is 4:1, i.e. 20% of the microbiome is potentially harmful and held under control from useful microorganisms. If there is for any reason an infection it’s necessary to ask why. Certainly not because of a “bad” bacterium but because the conditions have changed and our immune system has temporarily been compromised. Instead of administering strong antibiotics for disease prevention which harm the microbial symbionts, one should comprehend what and how something changed and act subsequently in an appropriate way. Because only a little part of the microorganisms can be cultivated outside its habitat, apart from the fact that this takes at least two weeks, and the vital processes can only happen in the microbiological ecosystem, it is recommendable to consider the living body in a pragmatic way as a black box and focus on outputs that are the reactions of the vital energy. Here, the well researched EAV method offers a practical approach, the different aspects of the energy of the whole body can be analyzed. One can state where and what has changed and determine immediately at the beginning of the treatment how to restore the equilibrium of the organism: A sustainable reestablishment of the microbiome is possible with
  • natural aliments and prebiotics,
  • probiotics (products with living microorganisms beneficial for health) and
  • herbal antibiotics (= naturally buffered) and, when one is not absolutely sure that the disequilibrium has been caused by bacteria, also
  • antiviral and antifungal plants.
The impact of treatments to this microbiological habitat can be well evaluated by EAV.

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