Homeopathic MRSA Treatment

homeopathic MRSA treatment

MRSA, also known as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, is a bacterial infection caused by the Staphylococcus aureus bacteria. This type of infection is resistant to broad-spectrum antibiotics making it difficult to treat. This infection can be fatal when it is not treated. Because MRSA is difficult to treat, many patients ask their doctors about a homeopathic MRSA treatment they can use to help fight this bacterial infection. Patients with MRSA, or those who suspect they may have it, should always consult a physician before trying any homeopathic remedies because this is a very dangerous infection.

Aconitum

Also referred to as monkshood, this homeopathic MRSA treatment is also commonly referred to as homeopathic vitamin C. This remedy is most effective when used at the first signs of infection. This remedy is indicated when the patient’s symptoms are intense and begin rapidly. When the patient has a fever not above 103 degrees Fahrenheit, shock, intense thirst, anger, restlessness, sudden fright, or chills, aconitum may be beneficial.

Belladonna

homeopathic MRSA treatment

Also referred to as deadly nightshade, this homeopathic remedy is commonly used when the patient is feverish with reddened skin, flushing, and mucous membranes, with palatable feelings of warmth coming off of their body. Belladonna is indicated when the patient is aggravated by light, touch, or jarring motion. It is also indicated when the patient’s senses are hyperacute, when the patient is having vivid dreams, and when they are delirious.

Pulsatilla

Also referred to as windflower, this homeopathic remedy is most often given to children and women. It is indicated for patients who are moody, emotional, and wanting sympathy. Patients tend to not be thirsty even if a fever is present. Their symptoms are often worse during the night and they have a thick yellow-green or yellow mucus.

Preparation of Homeopathic Remedies

Homeopathic remedies are diluted. This does not mean just simply mixing a powder with some water. An experienced homeopathy practitioner should perform this process. They will be able to correctly remove the physical ingredients while leaving all of the healing effects in the water. They will combine all ingredients in a bottle with approximately 10 to 15 drops of water. They will then vigorously shake the bottle and slam it down on a hard object covered with something soft approximately 30 to 50 times. They will then empty the bottle making sure to leave three drops in the bottle. They will add another ten ounces of water and start the shaking process again. This process should be done five times.

Patients should use approximately 15 drops each time they use one of the remedies. They should ideally use it three to four times daily until the infection subsides.

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References

Natural News. (2009). Homeopathic Alternatives to Antibiotics. Retrieved on February 19, 2010 from Natural News: https://www.naturalnews.com/023595_homeopathic_medicine_homeopathy.html

Mayo Clinic. (2008). MRSA Infection. Retrieved on February 19, 2010 from the Mayo Clinic: https://www.mayoclinic.com/health/mrsa/DS00735

Image Credits

MRSA Grouping: Janice Carr – Wikimedia Commons

Belladonna: Digigalos – Wikimedia Commons