Natural Staphylococcus Treatment Using Phages
Staphylococcus can be difficult to treat with conventional antibiotic treatments. Many patients in the USA have exhausted all forms of staphylococcus treatment available to them and continue to face pain, disability, amputation and in some cases, even death. The experience can be devastating: as each new treatment for staph fails, the patient loses another ray of hope. However, phages can be far more successful than antibiotics to treat MRSA.
A new, effective treatment for staph
Bacteriophages, or "phages", offer the promise of a cure for people with highly resistant forms of MRSA. Many patients for whom ordinary staphylococcus treatment (or "staff" infection treatment) has failed find a powerful cure in The Eliava Institute's bacteriophage-based treatment.
How do bacteriophages cure Infection?
Phages are prokaryotes, which means that they do not have nucleus and DNA. in order to multiply, they have to penetrate the matching bacteria and multiply inside, using bacterial DNA. After multiplying 60 – 100 fold, they burst the bacteria and search for the new one to continue multiplication. After all bacteria are killed, the phages die too, as they can not multiply any more.
As the phages can only use the DNA from their matching bacteria, they are absolutely harmless for human cells. This means that the staphylococcus treatment can be administered without causing the negative side effects of conventional antibacterial treatment.
Successful treatment for skin infections
Phages can be used as treatment for bacterial infections on the skin, including:
- Impetigo: a crusting of the skin
- Cellulitis: inflammation of connective tissue under the skin, leading to swelling and redness of the area
- Scalded skin syndrome: a loosening of the “cement” that holds the layers of skin together
Cures for lung, heart, blood, and bone infections
Infections of the lung, heart, blood and bone can all result in serious complications, and in some cases, even death. Natural staphylococcus treatment using phages can renew hope and save lives. The bacteriophage treatment for staph is effective for:
- Bacteremia (or sepsis): dangerous infection of the blood
- Pneumonia: pneumonia caused by an MRSA infection
- Endocarditis: infection of the heart valves
- Osteomyelitis: widespread infection of the bones
A natural cure bringing renewed hope
If you or someone you love is in need of treatment of a resistant infection , email us today. We can assess your particular situation and search our extensive library of bacteriophages to find the ones that will kill your bacteria.