Claire Barry:

Anti Biotics have had a wonderful effect on the health of the general population. However, they have been overused over the last 20 to 40 years or so, and this has had a very detrimental effect on the effect that antibiotics have had on bacteria. Antibiotics don’t work on viruses, they only work on bacteria. So many of the bacteria have learnt the way of antibiotics and have mutated to make antibiotics ineffective, and now we have superbugs that are in hospitals and other health places that have caused great problems and many deaths.

There are however other medicines, herbal medicines which are as effective in many cases as antibiotics, and possibly antibiotics should be kept for the places where those don’t work for extreme conditions and other medications used for lesser conditions. One of those is fulvic acid, which is one of two aspects of humic acid, a natural product of degraded biomass, and fulvic acid itself is anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal, so it uses are very widespread and has no detrimental effect on the gut which antibiotics do have, because antibiotics kill bacteria, so they kill the good and the bad bacteria, whereas fulvic acid doesn’t do that. Fulvic acid actually has a very good effect on the gut, because fulvic acid allows the body to absorb micronutrients, and people are now discovering probably good effects on Alzheimer’s and various other brain deterioration.

So in the future, I think those aspects are going to be brought forward and used more than they have been in the past to absorb nutrients and also has a detoxifying effect on the body. It allows the whole bodies immune system to repair itself and become stronger. So the aspects of Fulvic acid above antibiotics are quite heavily loaded in favour of Fulvic acid…

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