If you suffer from chronic sinusitis and have been through multiple courses of antibiotics then you know the ills of the antibiotic approach. The antibiotics leave you with intestinal problems and often yeast infections while they only get rid of the sinus infection for 6 months or so.
The next time it comes back, you have to try a different antibiotic and this one will cost more and make you feel worse.
So why is this cycle escalating? Why are you NOT winning the war when you frequently win the battles? Because the antibiotic solution does more harm than good. What’s a sinus sufferer to do?
Glad you asked. The problem is twofold. First, you are fighting what is a symbiotic relationship between fungus and bacteria with an active agent that kills only the bacteria. Second, the active agent that you are using to kill the bacteria kills only some of the bacteria. The un-killed ones that are not susceptible to your chosen antibiotic will take over the feeding grounds of the ones that you have killed, leaving you with the fauna of germs that you cannot kill.
Let’s explore the first point. Your sinuses are host to many fungi. Your immunity system does its best to kill these invaders but this is a constant battle, for every breath that you take will contain molds.
What makes this problem worse is the fact that the fungus produces a platform of insulation on which the bacteria can live and thrive. In this manner, they are insolated from your immunity system and from the drugs that you would take to reach them. You need an anti-fungal to attenuate the population of molds (fungi) that inhabit your sinuses and insulate the bacteria from the reach of your immune system.
And now for the second part. It is very important to choose an anti-microbial that will kill ALL the bacteria. Each type of antibiotic will kill only a portion of the fauna leaving the survivors to take over the nutritional sinus tissue that the killed bacteria have abandoned. What you want is a broad-spectrum antimicrobial that kills all types of bacteria as evenly as possible so that you don’t just kill the easy ones.
Ah, so you ask, “Where can I find such an active agent that kills fungus and all types of bacteria?”
Glad you asked. Clinical studies have shown that an enhanced colloid of silver of 35 parts per million or more, is able to terminate sinus infections in a week or less. What’s more, it can be sprayed directly into the sinuses and so it doesn’t have to be taken systemically. You apply it ONLY where the infection is occurring — in your nose. If you prefer to use a Neti Pot, you can fill your sinuses with the solution and then close off your nose with your fingers. Sitting this way for 10 or more minutes will kill more bacteria and fungus than a week of antibiotics.
Of course, since you have a sinus infection, the mucosal flow is pretty large. This will flush the antimicrobial from the area in less than 10 minutes. It is absolutely paramount to the success of this therapy that you spray every 20 to 30 minutes. Using the Neti Pot in the morning and evening for 10 minutes works quite well.
So you see, the balanced holistic approach to sinusitis rests with using the right active agent, in the right concentration, in the right place and with the right protocol. If this is done, you will attenuate the fungus and the bacteria while not shifting the fauna and flora. You will re-establish the balance of power in your nose.
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