View Full Version : straphococus bacterial infection of heart valve
07-23-2008, 09:17 PM
i think the term used to describe this case is ENDOCARDITUS .
this person is a 50 year old male on the standard american diet .
was really zapped by this infection and just recently off work 2 months and
on anti biotics entire time i believe .
so im wondering about dietary measures to fortify against a possible reacurrance . and the best natural antibioticals for this particular bacteria .
07-23-2008, 09:23 PM
You should look up Dr. Richard Shultz. He healed himself of heart malformations and incurrable heart problems. I realize that is a bacteria you are battling, but his videos on healing heart problems would fit you. He has a line of products that are expensive but well worth the price. You can also make products similar in strength. His videos teach you how to do so. Sam Biser has a set of videos and manuel which explains the formulas step by step. You can find sam Biser video on Ebay. It is a series of videos that teach you how to resolve health issues. Dr. Shultz's web site I believe is herbdoc.com call and ask them how to purchase videos and books. He trained with Dr. Christopehr out of Utah.
07-23-2008, 09:24 PM
I believe in their stuff and recommend it to many people with excellent results. Hawthorn is a great herb for strenghtening the heart and repairing damage. Also read Left for Dead. It is out of print yet is found at some used book stores and on searches. It talks about heart herbs which help repair damage.
07-23-2008, 09:30 PM
thanx rosepetals :)
this schultz site could apply because this person
i believe has a weak valve that was known about
before the infection occured .
07-23-2008, 11:34 PM
Herbs will aid in healing, strengthing, and cleansing the body. It takes strong doses, not wimpy ones like sold at the health food store. His videos explain everything and what happens during surgery to his room mate. It is an investment to get the videos, but is much cheeper than going through hospitalizations and potential operations.
One patient that had endocarditis ended up having her valve become so brittle it broke, they had to rush her to emergency surgery. She was only in her 20's and barely survived. The bacteria was eating away at the flesh. I think she had MRSA in that area and had been an IV drug user. Anyway, I beleive in natural alternatives where possible.
07-24-2008, 06:14 AM
thanx again petals .
07-24-2008, 09:14 PM
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