There is a show on TV and website called Know the Cause. It explores health issues and especially those connected to fungus. The food we eat can be full of fungus and it can create health problems. Mold in the house can bring on fungal infections…. it goes on.
A primary mission for Know the Cause is to counsel all audiences on achieving optimum health by avoiding poisonous fungal byproducts called “mycotoxins.”
I wanted to introduce this site as it has a lot of good information. You can also look to see when it is on TV in your area, but you can also watch the shows on the site Pretty good.
The site is www.knowthecause.com
To your health!
Sinusitis is an inflammation of the nasal sinuses.
A sinus is a cavity (air chamber) within the bone. These are four sets of open spaces within the bones of the skull. They are above the eyes (frontal sinuses), to either side of the nose inside the cheekbones (maxillary sinuses), behind the bridge of the nose (sphenoid sinuses) and in the upper nose (ethmoid sinuses).
Read the entire article Sinus Infections or Sinusitis – Inflammation of the Nasal Sinuses
Time after time you hear from others or from yourself, that despite constant treatment with antibiotics, their sinus infection continues to return.
There are many symptoms, and it makes life miserable. No matter how often you go to the doctor and how many different antibiotics you try, nothing seems to work.
When a remedy doesn’t work, you are addressing the wrong problem. Maybe it isn’t bacteria that is causing the infection.
Read: Sinus Infection & Fungus
How did “antibiotics” so freely dispensed come about?
Well, Alexander Fleming, Scottish physician, biologist, pharmacologist and botanist returned from holiday on September 3, 1928, he looked at his petri dishes containing colonies of Staphylococcus, bacteria that cause boils, sore throats and abscesses He found something unusual on one dish. It was dotted with colonies, save for one area where some mold was growing. The zone immediately around the mold (later identified as a rare strain of Penicillium notatum) was clear, the mold had secreted something that inhibited bacterial growth. He found it was capable of killing a wide range of harmful bacteria. And thus, Penicillan was created. It was not till 1941 that it was developed enough to be used on a human.
It is now 76 years later, do we use anything other than mold, which is a type of fungus actually, and ….. well, the basis of the “modern” day antibiotics is still mold.
Now, even the CDC is telling people to look for fungus when the body is not getting well through standard medical treatment.
So, do you take these chemical antibiotics/mold or do you find something natural. There is a host of things you could be taking.
See: What is an Antibiotic with a list of natural antibiotics.