Greetings. It’s New Zealand naturopath, Eric
Bakker, author of Candida Crusher and formulator of the Canxida range of dietary supplements.
Thanks for checking out my Blastocystis hominis series. I really appreciate you looking at
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of small groups of people. It also inspires me to really help you guys out there. Let’s
do a video now on why antibiotics are no good for blasto infections.
In fact, antibiotics are no good for most infections. They tend to have far too strong
an effect, a non-selective effect, on a lot of different types of bugs in the gut. Before
we go further, I’m just going to show you a couple of pictures here. What can you see
here? Have a good look at that slide there and tell me what you can see. What does it
look like? It’s actually a picture of the Amazon rain forest. It’s beautiful, isn’t
it? What you can see in this picture, you can see trees, you can see foliage. You can
see lots of shrubs and you can see some vines there. But you know what you can’t see in
this picture, you can’t see the jaguar or the anaconda or the monkeys or the spiders
or the ants or the centipedes or the butterflies, or all the other creatures that live in that
environment. You can’t see them. You can see green stuff. But I bet you in that picture
if we analyzed every organism in that picture, we’d find probably about thousand organisms
in that picture. It’s just like in your gut. You’ve got about
a thousand organisms in your gut right now. Between 500 and 1,000, you’ve got a lot there.
Now what if we give you an antibiotic, what do you think we’re going to do to the environment
of the gut? What can you see now? You can see one tree there. It’s basically a wasteland.
What we’ve done, we’ve got a bit of napalm. We’ve just sprayed it around the rain forest.
Just a little bit of napalm here and there. That’s what we’ve done. We’ve napalmed everything.
What do you think that’s done to your backyard or your rain forest? We’ve just wiped everything
out. That’s what we’re doing if we’re going to give you metronidazole or some kind of
antibiotic. We’re going to wipe out a whole lot of stuff. We’re just going to chuck nuclear
waste everywhere. We’re going to wipe it all out.
Now, let’s just say we sprayed some napalm in the rain forest every three months. How
long do you think it’ll take for all the trees to grow back, all the bugs to grow back, and
everything? It may never grow back. It may take years to grow back. Lots of crap will
come up in the first few months. You’ll get lots of weeds and junk coming up. But what
about the trees that have been there a thousand years, they’ll never come back.
Now, in your gut, if you’re going to routinely take drugs to wipe out the bad guys, you’re
going to wipe out everything, especially if you take something stupid like tetracycline
for two years for acne. That’s just stupidity. Imagine taking antibiotics daily for like
two or three years to work on acne. That’s like flame throwing your yard every day constantly
and then wondering why the hell you can’t grow grass there. I just can’t believe how
people can do this sort of stuff. Antibiotics have their place for serious life-threatening
disorders like perhaps pneumonia, meningitis, if it’s bacterial. But when it comes to things
like parasites, bloody useless. When it comes to Candida and antifungals, useless. Fluconazole,
useless. Most infections will respond naturally to taking a drug, but the problem is the peripheral
or the collateral damage is far too great, so you’re creating a huge disservice by napalming
your gut. It’s a dumb thing to do. Let’s just have a look at another picture
here. This is all the lovely rod-shaped bacteria that you’ve got in your digestive system before
antibiotics. And now, we’ve given you a round of antibiotics and we’ve got a couple of strains
left. A natural approach is going to be entirely
different. A natural approach is going to be more selective of the bad stuff. How does
that work? How does it factor in? Well, when we look at different kinds of herbal medicines,
garlic, neem, many different kinds of herbs, these are not selective like antibiotics are.
These haven’t got a very narrow band of action. They’re not so powerful. They tend to work
with the human body to a much greater level. Garlic has been around for thousands of years.
Penicillin has only been around for a 100 years. Chemicals form no place in the human
body when it comes to building health. You can’t create health when you’re using an “anti”
approach. Think carefully about the word “antibiotic,” which means anti-life. You’re killing life.
So you can’t build life when you kill it. That’s why it’s always good to look at a natural
approach, an herbal approach, particularly if it’s a highly effective natural approach.
Particularly, if you’re going to use plants, roots, seeds, things like that that have been
used for hundreds if not thousands of years and proven themselves time and again to work.
The beneficial bacteria don’t get nuked or nailed when you’re using garlic. In fact,
garlic is a prebiotic. Garlic contains a sugar in it that builds beneficial bacteria, so
you’re not going to adversely affect it. Drug companies don’t want you to know this
sort of information. They’ll turn around and tell you that herbs are poisonous. They’re
toxic. They kill you. They’re unproven. All this sort of garbage. Of course, they’re going
to say that. They only say that because they make trillions and trillions of dollars out
of human suffering. I’ve worked in natural health care now for
nearly 30 years, and I’ve never seen anything good come out of antibiotics. In all the tens
of thousands of people I’ve seen, I don’t think I’ve seen anyone who’s come back to
me who said, “Wow, you know what? I feel great after that round of antibiotics. I feel amazing.”
No one has ever said that. But I’ve had many patients tell me how amazing they feel after
natural treatment. When you look at natural treatment, particularly
for things like yeast infections check out my Canxida range of supplements, Canxida Remove
and Canxida Restore. These products are going to go to town on the bad bacteria and the
parasites. They’re going to be highly effective and they’re not going to napalm your gut.
I can guarantee you that. And I know that from looking at studies of before and after,
doing stool tests with patients, pre-treatment and post-treatment. And I’ve seen the lactobacillus
species stay the same, if not increase, but the parasites go right down. I’ve never seen
that happen with antibiotics. I always see the beneficial bacteria go down, so that’s
why antibiotic treatment is not effective. Because you do too much collateral damage
and you really don’t want to go � when we look back at these pictures � you don’t
want to go from this to this. It’s not a good idea.
You have a think about it. It’s your call. You either can use chemical drugs as an “anti”
biotic or “anti” life or you can use a natural treatment that is going to be more conducive
to building up the beneficial bacteria. Don’t forget to subscribe to my channel and thanks
for tuning in.