Friday, October 28, 2011

Antibiotics Ineffective in the Treatment of Bacterial or Viral Ailments

Antibiotics assist in destroying and removing the bacteria and viruses. They only provide short-term relief by controlling infection. The problem is that the tendency in patients to attract microbes remains unchanged. So, the patients are not only susceptible to subsequent attacks from the same microbes, but even with a greater intensity from time and again. This is due to the reason that the microbes start producing resistivity to the frequently used antibiotics.

The best e.g. is that of the Penicillin. The healing effect of Penicillin between 1960 and the present time has reduced sharply from 97% to 43%. For the same reason, the modern medicine has been producing newer and stronger antibiotics day by day to combat with resistant bacteria and viruses.

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