Natural Painkiller DESTROYS Deadly Superbugs
I keep sounding the alarm on antibiotic resistance—but I’m not an alarmist.
This is a legitimate health threat that even the World Health Organization recognizes as a global health threat.
And according to some experts, drug-resistant superbugs will kill more people than cancer in the next 30 years.
Fortunately, researchers are hot on the trail of natural options that work when antibiotics fail.
And one of these just happens to be a powerful, natural painkiller.
One big difference between Big Pharma’s options and nature’s options is that nature always targets more than one ailment.
It’s the classic case of killing two (or more) birds with one stone.
Curcumin fits that bill perfectly.
Curcumin is the active component of the spice turmeric. You’re probably most familiar with it for its pain-relieving properties.
But studies show that it also improves symptoms of depression and arthritis… and reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s, heart disease, and cancer.
Now, a study published in the journal ACS Applied Bio Materials finds that curcumin could help solve the antibiotic resistance crisis.
This study was conducted on stomach cells and the H. pylori bacterium.
The researchers focused on this particular bacterium because it is so pervasive around the world—with some estimates showing that up to 70% of people are carrying it around.
In addition, the WHO listed certain H. pylori that are antibiotic-resistant as one of the “high priority pathogens” that present the biggest global health threat.
These bacteria are especially good at evading treatment because they hide under the mucous layer in your gut –– just out of reach of conventional antibiotics. This creates the ideal situation for recurring infections and contributes to antibiotic resistance.
The good news is that this research team found that using nanocapsules loaded with curcumin prevented H. pylori from sticking to stomach cells.
While this didn’t kill the bacteria outright, it kept them in a position that allowed traditional antibiotics to access—and kill—the bacteria.
It’s the perfect tag-team approach to eradicating this potentially harmful bacterium.
So while finding solutions to ALL antibiotic-resistant bacteria is ideal, identifying solutions for this one particular threat is a big step in the right direction.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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