Streptococcus hemolytic.

Streptococcus hemolytic.

Streptococcus hemolytic.

It has been proven that in pregnant women (10-30%), the genital and gastrointestinal tracts are filled with beta-hemolytic streptococci. But it is not known at what stage of childhood and adolescence the colonization of the gastrointestinal tract with streptococci occurs and whether this colonization has sex-specific dynamics.

According to the latest studies conducted in the United States, it turned out that in quite healthy male students, the degree of colonization with streptococci was almost the same as in healthy female students. The difference was only 3% (31% for men, 34% for women).

When the child passes through the birth canal of the mother, beta-hemolytic streptococci settle on the skin and mucous membranes of the baby. Moreover, in full-term babies, the risk of developing this infection is only 0.2%.

Treatments for streptococcal infection

Basically, this infection is very sensitive to zapping. For example, there is an experience of successful cure of angina in children 10-12 years old, using this method.

Zepping affects viruses, bacteria, parasites using magnetic waves of a certain frequency that resonate with the frequency of microorganisms.

When treating in this way, it should be remembered that drainage measures are necessary, namely: use only clean water. Drink at least 2 liters per day. You should also take various herbal preparations, which have a slight diuretic effect.

Coping with streptococcal infections isn’t just about taking antibiotics. In this case, a person suffering from streptococcal infection should remember that his decision must be fully conscious in order to avoid the occurrence of a rheumatic attack.

You should definitely take a throat swab for analysis, even if there are no symptoms of diseases.

This is necessary to exclude the presence of streptococcal infection. You should also not forget about taking vitamin C (the minimum dose per day should be 500 mg.) During the treatment of streptococcal infection.

Numerous studies carried out by Dr. Reinhart and the public health service showed as early as the 30s that rheumatic attacks can occur when the body has a lack of vitamin C.

However, at that time, these studies did not seem particularly convincing to scientists. And then, all the studies that were related to diet stopped. Perhaps the reason for this was the discovery of antibiotics in the 40s.

Taking immunomodulatory agents that have a diuretic effect also does not hurt.

Among them are:

1. Carrots. Wild carrots have a bactericidal effect on Staphylococcus aureus and colibacillus. There are two ways to eat carrots: a) drink a hot broth from carrot seeds three times a day, a glass; b) take carrot seed powder inside, three times a day, 0.3 g.

2. Raspberry berries. Raspberries stop the growth of Staphylococcus aureus, mold and yeast spores.

3. Onion. Well kills staphylococci, as well as streptococci, Trichomonas and diphtheria, dysentery, tuberculosis sticks.

4. Purpurea Echinacea. Has an immunomodulatory effect. Echinacea tincture slows down the growth of streptococcus, Escherichia coli, staphylococcus, stomatitis and herpes viruses.

5. Hops. Common hop slows down the growth of staphylococci, and also stops the growth of tuberculosis microbacteria.

6. Cherry juice. Remarkably kills the causative agents of pyogenic infections (streptococci and staphylococci) and dysentery.

7. Garlic. It kills streptococci, staphylococci, paratyphoid and typhoid bacteria, diphtheria bacillus and cholera vibrios, and also slows down the growth of tubercle bacilli.

8. Strawberries. Has antimicrobial action against pathogens of intestinal infections, streptococci, pneumococci, staphylococci and influenza.

9. Sequence. It has a bactericidal effect on staphylococcus aureus.

10. Walnut. It is used to prepare the medicine juglone (infusions, ointments). They treat staphylococcal and streptococcal infections on the skin.

11. Thistle. Kills Staphylococcus aureus and hemolytic.

12. Yarrow. Kills staphylococcus white and golden, as well as non-hemolytic.

Streptococcus hemolytic.

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