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Failing Antibiotics - The End of the Road and what You can do

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For the first time, researchers have found a person in the United States carrying bacteria resistant to antibiotics of last resort, an alarming development that the top U.S. public health official says

could mean" the end of the road" for antibiotics.

You can read the article about that here.

Herbs and Colloidal Silver have been used way before antibiotics were discovered, to help deal with infections. They do not destroy your beneficial gut microbes, which help you digest your food and are part of your immune system.

When antibiotics fail, nature still has the trump card.

Check out our Immune boosting tinctures, which have been used historically for their antibacterial, antiviral and anti-fungal properties.

Echinacea         Olive Leaf      Osha Root         Usnea



Another great product with antibacterial, antiviral and anti-fungal properties and to help boost the Immune system is:

Super Silver Solution

Super Silver Solution is a NEW technically advanced form of a product that has been sold worldwide for decades called colloidal silver.


It can be used topically and internally.

For easier topical application, Silver is also available as a gel.

Oregano Oil, diluted, is also a strong germ fighter, which you can take internally.

Nature has so much to offer and you can learn, how to make tinctures with beneficial herbs yourself.

Many books have been written on medicinal plants, i.e.

The Field Guide to Medicinal Plants, by Angier

with beautiful, detailed colored drawings.

If all antibiotics currently on the market are becoming ineffective, due to overuse and over prescribing and no new ones are created, a simple infection could be deadly.

Get educated, make informed decisions and take good care of yourself!

You are worth it!

The Survival Center Farm and Prepper Team

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