The worst type of infection to have is Staphylococcus aureus, the king of bacterial infection. This is a bacteria that does not go easily and keeps coming back even after it has been successfully treated
Am sure you have tried so many treatment options both orthodox and herbal but still no results. But the reality is that most do not understand the make up or chemistry of staph. You see in order to win or overcome a thing you need to understand it.
Most treatments and herbal cures out there according to abaherbal focus on just one aspect of the whole thing, but before we go further let’s understand what we are dealing with first
Staph bacteria is highly contagious and can be transmitted easily from person to person due to its hardy or physical nature which makes it easy for it to live on physical objects like pillowcases and towels, making it easy to transfer to by touch. That’s why it’s never a good habit to share personal items, even with your immediate family
Staphylococcus bacteria is also able to survive the following conditions
- High salt levels
- Harsh weathers or temperature
- Excessive drying
Some of the most common places to be infected with staph includes Nose, Genitals, Mouth or Anus. Often times you almost never experience any symptoms
Methicillin-sensitive Staphylococcus aureus is a common type of infection is a skin infection which starts as a small red bump and grows quickly deep causing painful abscesses
Do you have constant boils, painful rash, cellulitis, scalded skin, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration all the time and low blood pressure?
Did you know that once staph bacteria enters your blood stream, it can affect organs like the heart, lungs and brain? Furthermore it can also cause septic arthritis, a form of bacteria that attacks the knees and other joints like the hip, ankle, elbow, wrist, shoulder, spine.
Popular Antibiotics for Staph Treatment
Commonly used Antibiotics Used To Treat Staph Infections
- Nafcillin (Nallpen)
- Oxacillin (Bactocill)
- Clindamycin (Cleacin)
- Telavancin (Vibativ)
What You Need To Know About Curing Staphylococcus Aureus
To cure staphylococcus aureus you need the following principles
- Immune boosting
- Blood cleansing/building
- Bacteria removal (antibiotics)
Now am sure you get the analogy, most treatments or practitioners only focus on the bacteria removal aspect and ignore the other two which is very important. When the bacteria invade your body, it first takes over your cells by overpowering your immune system so that it cannot fight back, then it goes into your bloodstream and mixes with it.
The blood goes everywhere in the body, right from the brain down to the foot, so once the bacteria is not active inside the bloodstreams it travels around the body and begins to manifest all sorts of diseases, ever noticed something moving around your body?
The 3 Step Treatment Plan
First, introduce herbs that cleanse the blood thoroughly and also blood building herbs to help the blood return to it’s original state
Second, introduce immune-boosting herbs to help build up your body’s immune system to help fight the bacteria
Finally, introduce the bacteria removing or antibiotic herbs to remove the bacteria, so while your immune system is being built up strong it will assist the antibiotic herbs to kill and remove the bacterial[su_highlight]This is a procedure that requires utmost precision and guidance, i could have listed various herbs for you to try out, but it never often works that way and self-medication isn’t the best even for herbal medications[/su_highlight]
Recommended Products to Treat Staph
|Sanqing Oral||Detox the Intestine Cleanses the cells in the body||N16000|
|Blood Cleanser||Cleanses the blood Rebuilds the blood||N24000|
|Garlic||Powerful Antibiotic to remove bacteria from the body||N3000|
|Ganoderma||Immune booster Regenerates body cells||N12000|
|HerbMaster Herbal Formula||A formula which consists of antibiotic, immune building, blood cleansing & body cleansing herbs||N25000|
Home Remedies You Can Use
Symptoms of staphylococcus varies and sometimes you not even notice any symptoms for a long time until the bacteria becomes fully grown and notorious and at that point it becomes very difficult to treat. Here are some Home remedies you can use, but before then lets look at some
Herbs and Foods That Can Cure Staphylococcus[su_row][su_column size=”1/3″ center=”no” class=””]Bitter leaf
Sorrel (Runex Acetosa)
Guinea Corn Straw[/su_column] [su_column size=”1/3″ center=”no” class=””]Pumpkin leaves
Garden Egg leaves
Green leafy onion leaves
Phyllanthus Amarus[/su_column] [su_column size=”1/3″ center=”no” class=””]Wild Lettuce (Efo Yanrin in Yoruba)
Melon Bunch Juice (Baara)
The remedies are categorized according to the level of staph
Low Level Of Staph
1 Stack of Bitter Leaves
How to Use
- Wash the bitter leaves
- Put in a bowl of water and squeeze thoroughly to extract the juice
- Drink half glass at night
Moderate Level of Staph
- 4 neatly cut parts of Aloe Vera
- 1 Bottle of Original Honey
How to use
- Wash the aloe vera with clean water
- Cut it in pieces and put in a gallon
- Pour the bottle of original honey into the gallon
- Fill the gallon with 4 liter of water
High Level of Staph (Part 1)
- Sorrel (Runex Acetosa)
- Guinea Corn Straw (Poporo Oka in Yoruba)
How to use
Boil the Sorrel, Ginger and Guinea Corn Straw in water[su_highlight]Drink a glass cup 2 – 3 times daily like tea Note: Do not add Milk[/su_highlight]
High Level of Staph (Part 2)
- Pumpkin leaves
- Garden egg leaves
How to use
- Wash the leaves and add them together in a bowl of water
- Squeeze out the juice thoroughly
Severe or Chronic Level of Staph
- Garlic (10-12 bulbs)
- White Onions (3 bulbs)
- Green leafy onion leaves (Alubosa Elewe)
- Yellow Root or Yellow Dinger (Golden seal)
- 1 Stack of Stonebreaker or Gale of the wind (Phyllanthus Amarus)
- 1 Stack of Efo Yanrin in Yoruba (Wild Lettuce)
- Lime (10)
- Baara juice (Melon bunch)
- Kola (4 pieces)
How to use
- Wash and add them together in water except the honey
Source : Nigeria Galleria
Common Questions on Staphylococcus Aureus
Which Antibiotic is Most Effective Against Staphylococcus Aureus?
- Olive Leaf
- Cat’s Claw
- Mango Seed Powder
Can Ciprofloxacin Treat Staphylococcus Aureus?
Yes it can, but for health& safety reasons, the FDA has recommended that Cipro and other classes of fluroquinolone antibiotics should not be used as first choice for some types of infections
Can Staphylococcus Aureus be Cured?
Yes, staphylococcus can be cured completely if the right herbal combination is used
What is the best treatment for Staphylococcus aureus?
The best treatment for Staphylococcus aureus is using a combination of antibiotics, immune booster, and blood cleansing herbs
How dangerous is Staphylococcus aureus?
Staph is not to dangerous because it is often found on the skin and in the nose, but some act like worm-like parasites that makes the body feel uneasy most of the time
What is the first sign of staph infection?
Is Staphylococcus aureus an STD?
Staphylococcus is a bacteria that affects mostly the skin and nose and is not necessarily a sexually transmitted disease but it can be contracted through skin to skin touch
Is Staph Infection Contagious?
Yes, Staph infection is highly contagious, so you should be mindful of sharing personal items with people, especially those you live with. Staph is a bacteria that can live long and survive on hard surfaces
My husband has a staph infection can i get it?
Yes you can get a staph infection from your husband because one of the easiest ways to contact it, is through skin to skin touch and also by using his personal items like toiletries etc
Is MSSA Contagious?
Yes, Methicillin-sensitive Staphylococcus Aureus is contagious because its a skin infection.
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