Ancient Cure DESTROYS Hospital Infections (AMAZING!)
Did you know that hospitals are one of the most dangerous places on earth?
Sure, sometimes they’re necessary, beneficial, and even life-saving.
But if you have to go to one, I recommend getting in and out as fast as possible… because hospital-acquired infections make about 2 million Americans sick every year.
And they kill over 100,000.
Let that sink in for a minute!
But there’s a solution.
An ancient cure-all could practically eliminate this deadly hospital risk.
Bacteria are resilient little buggers.
Despite our best efforts to clean, sanitize, and disinfect, they always stick around… lurking on surfaces and ready to take up residence in their next human host.
This is a major problem in hospitals and care facilities all across America.
And the most contaminated surface is your BED.
One recent study found that about 90% of the samples taken from the plastic rails on hospital beds had bacteria far over levels considered safe.
With millions of people getting sick—and tens of thousands dying—from hospital-acquired infections, it’s time to take active steps beyond standard cleaning and disinfecting.
Numerous studies show that copper has practically superpower antimicrobial properties. Even thousands of years ago, people stored drinking water in copper containers to disinfect and prevent illness.
It’s time we started putting those powers to work for us in these dangerous hospital settings.
The simple solution?
Copper hospital beds.
Simply encapsulating high-risk surfaces in copper can practically eliminate bacteria—and save thousands of lives in the process
Compared to the typical plastic headboards, footboards, rails, and bed controls… those encapsulated in copper carried 95% fewer bacteria… according to a study published in Applied and Environmental Microbiology.
It’s amazing to me that a simple metal found in nature can be used in such a way to save so many lives. My hope is that hospitals across the country take note of this technology and start incorporating it into their facilities.
In the meantime, stay out of the hospital if you can. And if you can’t, you might want to carry some disinfecting wipes just to be on the safe side.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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