Antibiotic – medicine and poison

The antibiotic affects all bacteria in our body indiscriminately! It works both on bad and on good bacteria, just like a toxin, and kills all bacteria.

Antibiotic – medicine and poison

Did you know that the antibiotic is both medicine and poison?

The antibiotic affects all bacteria in our body indiscriminately! It works both on bad and on good bacteria, just like a toxin, and kills all bacteria.

The antibiotic does not work on the virus. If it is incorrectly applied to viral infections, it not only kills the virus but also reduces our body’s strength (immune system) to defend itself against viruses. And not only that! It can lead to long-term disorders and side-effects on the body!

Dysbiosis

The antibiotic kills all bacteria – both good and bad in the intestines. Due to the fact that it kills all good bacteria in the intestines, a long-term disorder of the intestinal flora – dysbiosis – occurs. The intestinal flora and good bacteria in it have a very important role in the immune system and the body’s defense against bacteria and viruses. Their destruction or imbalance seriously affects the strength of our body’s defenses (one of the reasons why the obligatory use of probiotics is recommended when using antibiotics).

A striking fact is that after 7 days of antibiotic administration, it takes 18 to 24 months to restore the intestinal flora – good bacteria in the correct number and balance!

Probiotics can compensate for only 30% of our good intestinal flora.

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