Pleo-Not: The Natural Antibiotic!
by Heather Schofield, BSc, DHMHS, HD | Dec 08, 2010
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Are you looking for an effective alternative to antibiotics?
How about a fast-acting and successful treatment for bacterial infections that is suitable for all ages, and is non-toxic with no side effects or negative interactions with other medications? Have you considered using a ‘change the environment’ approach rather than the ‘kill’ approach?
If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then isopathic therapy as a branch of Biological Medicine is the treatment modality for you. Biological Medicine utilizes therapeutic practices to work in harmony with the natural capabilities of the organism by promoting regulation, regeneration, adaptation and self-healing. From the pleomorphic perspective, the internal environment is responsible for the formation of viral, bacterial and degenerative physiology. Therefore, the way to counter most infections and bacterial/viral diseases is by modifying the milieu and supporting physiological function.
Pleo-Sanum isopathic therapy is recognized to positively influence the regulatory processes, the matrix and the internal milieu, and the symbiotic bacterial ecology within the body. As part of Pleo-Sanum isopathic therapy, Pleo-Not (Notakehl) can offer prevention and effective treatment for acute conditions and inflammatory processes. It assists in restoring microbial equilibrium within the body by promM
Pleo-Not is an isopathic remedy made from Penicillium chrysogenum, a symbiotic micro-organism that exhibits natural ‘antibiotic-like’ effects in inflammatory processes, infectious diseases, acute bacterial infections, and susceptibility to bacterial infections. This remedy’s forte is in all types of bacterial conditions caused by streptococcus and staphylococcus infections. While usage is often coined ‘from the neck up’ to include sinusitis, rhinitis, otitis, tonsillitis and dental infections or abscesses, it is also effective in conditions including bronchitis, slow healing wounds, skin infections, cystitis and urinary tract infections.
It should be noted that Pleo-Not is not the same as the antibiotic penicillin. This remedy (Pleo-Not), made from the Penicillium micro-organism neither contains nor produces penicillinic acid, so it can safely be given to patients with penicillin allergies. In addition, its use is not accompanied by side effects which are common in antibiotic treatments such as allergies, liver damage, destruction of intestinal flora and evolution of penicillin-resistant strains.
Therefore, if you are looking for a safe and effective alternative approach to restoring the balance within the body and reducing pathogenic bacterial forms with a ‘natural antibiotic’, consider using Pleo-Sanum isopathic therapy and specifically the remedy Pleo-Not.