Friday, March 6, 2015

Why Using Essential Oils is Better Than Antibiotics

A good run down of why we need to learn about and USE good, pure essential oils, clinically proven to kill drug resistant E.coli, MRSA and more. The food we spend our money on needs to be considered as well, for our health and the message that the powers that be have ignored for far too long.

National Summary Data, Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotic Resistance

The global cost for treatment is estimated to hit $100 trillion by 2050. Health law expert Kevin Outterson told Scientific American.

"You can look at antibiotic resistance as a slow moving global train wreck, which will happen over the next 35 years. If we do nothing, this report shows us the likely magnitude of the costs."

A mere 15 years from now, in the year 2030, antibiotic-resistant disease—if left to spiral out of control—is expected to have killed 100 million. Resistant malaria is a likely candidate as the top killer, while resistant E.coli would account for the greatest chunk of the financial burden, due to its prevalence.

The issue of antibiotic-resistance is a major reason for choosing organic, pastured meats and other animal products, including eggs and dairy.

Keep Oregano, Cinnamon, Thyme, Rosemary, Clove, Lemon, Basil at the very least in your medicine cabinets and emergency preparedness stores. All but citrus EOs will last for years if stored properly in dark glass, in cool places. EOs are inexpensive, many are less than a 100 count bottle of Advil or a fast food lunch grab! No excuses, there are no excuses.



Read this Article to understand the full impact of antibiotic resistance:

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