The first antibiotic treatment was given in 1940 to a British policeman, and it has
since saved millions of lives all over the world. Antibiotic medications work by
killing pathogenic bacteria, not virus. If you have a bacterial infection that your
body can’t clear on its own, taking an appropriate antibiotic medication will treat
infection and save your live.
While antibiotics are excellent at treating the primary infection, we are starting
to understand that they can potentially increase the risk of secondary infections.
One of the roles of beneficial bacteria is to keep pathogenic bacteria at bay, but
antibiotics may shift the balance of bacteria unintentionally. This may be why you
end up with a totally different infection after a course of antibiotic treatment.
So what can you do? Below is the list of recommendations to minimize the need for
• Stop using antibacterial soap
• Stabilize blood sugar to avoid suppressing your immune system
• Learn to listen to your own body and take actions promptly
• Optimize your digestion and Vitamin D level
• Actively relax and don’t stress!
• Eat fermented food everyday to keep your immune system alert
• Avoid taking pain medication to protect your mucous membrane
• Use Congaplex at the first sign of infection to boost your immune system