Such a challenging time these days with conflicting research! What do we believe? Who’s correct? Where do we place our loyalty and trust?
There are a variety of topics which have very controversial tenets: Vaccines, antibiotics, government, medical marijuana, religion, military & war, home schooling, guns, free speech, ethics, marriage equality, police brutality, “national security” v. whistleblowers, human rights, peaceful protesting, “the war on terrorism,” abortion …where does it all end? When will it end?
Something I’ve noticed: All of these hot topics fall within the institutions that the cabal has created to maintain and strengthen this debt-based system that they’ve implemented to funnel money into their bank accounts. Further, they all fall within the grey area –where there is no “right or wrong” answer; where people are the wild card, open to manipulation through dis-information, mis-information, or lack of information.
And here’s the latest assertion coming out from behind closed doors (not originally privy to the public): Antibiotics ultimately harm us rather than heal us. It fits for me, how about you? I often stated that more and more will be revealed… more and more whistleblowers will come forward exposing what we once believed to be helpful is really harmful.
“The overuse of antibiotics is destroying our gut bacteria. Not only do antibiotics cause depleted immunity, but since the gut is often referred to as our second brain, they are also seriously affecting our mental health. Only now is the mainstream media admitting this.”
“Natural Society talked about the link between antibiotics and mental illness back in 2011 – and the mainstream press completely ignored the study that was published in the popular journal, Nature. The study revealed that antibiotics are permanently destroying beneficial bacteria within the gut, a condition scientists link to mental illness.” (1)
The good news: It is coming to the surface, because we are unable to change what we do not know. So it is essential all the secrets and deceptions be revealed. If this stays hidden, in the shadow, then –like our personal vices that we’d rather avoid and pretend do not exist– it influences our decisions, unbeknownst to us.
What remains in our unconscious… is that which governs and manipulates our personal everyday reality. In the same way, that which remains hidden within our government (such as pre-Snowden NSA), hidden within our corporations (like Monsanto), and hidden within our banks (holding funds and exercising foreclosures and re-possessions based on an illegal system)… can be considered the “unconscious” aspects of our society (created by our controllers) that, in turn, also manipulates our global reality –unbeknownst to us.
“Many of us have come to mistrust government agencies like the FDA, and CDC, but in a startling moment of truth, the CDC now openly admits that antibiotic prescriptions have led to the death of more than 23,000 Americans every year and to the calamitous emergence of super bugs that are impervious to our scientific ‘medicines.'” (2)
More good news: We have evidence that shows how Monsanto has intentionally created such products which make us sick and prohibit the body from fighting infection. Genetically engineered crops from Monsanto’s Roundup Ready product line are designed to withstand (of course) “Monsanto’s” herbicides. The active ingredient in Roundup, glyphosate, leaves a residue on the crops.
According to GMO food expert, Dr. Don Huber, the quantity of good bacteria in the stomach is reduced when eating GMO foods –weird, huh? “Dr. Huber states that glyphosate residues in genetically engineered plants are responsible for a significant reduction in mineral content, causing people to be highly susceptible to pathogens.” (3)
Not only do GMO foods and antibiotics decrease the good bacteria in our gut, but antibiotics also adversely affect our immune system and our capability to fight diseases. “While over-using or misusing antibiotics at any age can have negative long and short-term effects, altering our gut bacteria when we are young can be especially damaging.
The early use of antibiotics has even shown to cause obesity later in life. Giving an antibiotic to a toddler for an ear infection, a sore throat, or a host of other ailments may be the last thing parents should do.” (4)
I’m not suggesting that we not give our children antibiotics when very sick, but rather to weigh the pros and cons, and to not automatically fill them with antibiotics out of habit. Maybe even check alternative approaches, or get on some preventive regimen that can reduce illness, which might keep disease at bay for extended periods of time.
Let us give credit where credit’s due: Antibiotics have helped millions over the decades — they, like everything, simply need to be in moderation. Of course, this report highlighting some of their side effects will hopefully get people to stop, think, and have a discussion with their doctor before accepting that prescription.
In addition, it’s strongly recommended to take probiotics when taking antibiotics, in order to re-introduce more good bacteria while the antibiotics continue to do its job of killing bacteria –indiscriminately. “Today’s medical doctors are quick to dole out all sorts of prescriptions. But the antibiotic has become their go-to choice in their pharmaceutical arsenal.
If you have an infection of some kind, and you go see a doctor, you will leave with a script for antibiotics. But, they often send you home with a prescription for these bacteria-killers without even knowing for sure what it is they are treating. Further, they don’t tell you that antibiotics can lead to depression, cause mental illness, and negatively affect behavior.” (5)
Probiotics are found naturally in many foods, especially fermented foods like sauerkraut and kefir, yogurt “with active cultures,” Echinacea, garlic, manduka honey –and finally you can turn to probiotic supplements.
Today, we have so may choices. Today we have so much information… and so much mis-information… and so much dis-information. No one can tell us what to believe and what not to believe…well, of course, people do, but ultimately we decide who and what to believe. Let’s do our research, but most importantly “feel” our way through. In other words, hear and honor our intuition on these controversial hot topics.
Across our beautiful world, We Are All One.