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Do not ask me for chlamydia because I do not know anything

People regularly ask me about chlamydia and their treatment. Regrettably, I have to admit that I do not know any reliable natural solution for untreated or refractory chlamydia.

We live in such a time

Chlamydia is one of the most common cancers, along with a spreading leukemia. This trend of re- infestation - not only sexual - will continue, as the development of new antibiotics in the postmodern pharmaceutical industry is dwindling. Instead, resources are being invested in monopolizing and suppressing natural medicines. Microbes are still developing MDRs against existing antibiotics. People will die of infectious diseases once more to die before they learn to kill us more slowly or not at all, because a healthy bacillorer is better than a bacillo patient. I deliberately do not say that Homo sapiens might have developed resilience , because the rate of our evolution is zero compared to microbes. But enough was biology.

Natural options for chlamydia treatment

Chlamydia trachomatis is a intracellular parasite well adapted to our physiology and immunity . Treatment of chlamydia is therefore difficult. Among the millions of unexplored forest plants and mushrooms, a natural remedy would be found that would occupy it. The problem is that we do not know what it is. Nor can a specific recommendation be drawn from the famous Dr. Duke's database of chlamydia. So what do we know?

Canadian barbecue and vodka

When someone asks me about chlamydia, the first Berberis vulgaris berberin is the first to attack me. Not that he was most effective, he is just the most exquisite. Indeed, when we look at one of the new reports, Vermani2002hms , in the section "Genital Chlamydia" we can find references to the possible efficacy of orally administered barberry ( Berberis vulgaris L. and Berberis aquifolium Pursh) and Canadian waters ( Hydrastis canadensis L.). These plants, of course, are not adaptive. Both barberry and vodka contain alkaloid berberin, which is a weak poison that can be used as a cure according to the Paracelsus maxima at a low dose. They do not belong to the unauthorized hands but only to the hands of the natural medicines known to MUDr. Doctor, or certified practice of traditional medicine. Berberin has been the subject of extensive research. That berberin is an antibiotic effective against Chlamydia trachomatis , a well known thing ( Khosla1992bpd , Head2008nap ). Apart from berberine, vodilka contains alkaloid hydrastin and more than 20 other alkaloids, which have an antibacterial effect that is synergistic with berberine ( Ettefagh2011ghc ). Positive Berber news could be continued, but I will say my personal opinion and warning instead: Do not wait for berberine or vodka for Canadian wonders. Even with Berberin, chlamydia is on top. And a note: The potato fruits that can be bought by the herbalists are edible and Berberin does not contain. Berberin containing the drug is the bark of berry root ( Berberidis radicis cortex ).

Other natural options

In addition to potty and vodilka, the Indian review of Vermani2002hms mentions Chlamydia a combination of Indian zederach and Chinese soap . According to Hao2010ebc, baikalin from the Baikal Shishak also prevented the infection of HeLa Chlamydia cells.

There are other medicinal plants that have disinfecting and antibiotic effects , although they have not been specifically investigated against chlamydia. These are: lavender , Elettaria cardamomum , alum spp., Ginger , blueberry , cranberry, parsley ( Petroselinum crispum ), arctostaphylos uva-ursi , bull ( Betula pendula ) Repens) ... Yoghurts (more than one species / strain of bacteria) may also be recommended, and they must not be written on the basis of the Brussels Regulations to improve immunity. It is also not excluded that treatment of chlamydia antibiotics (eg azithromycin) can be facilitated by systemic enzyme therapy (Wobenzym etc., Forstl2000zer ).

| 10.2.2013