antibiotics

  1. DANIEL

    Question about Penicillin VK 500 mg!!!

    Just ordered Penicillin VK tablets 500 mg (250 mg was out of stock) from an online Mexican pharmacy. How many days does Peat/this forum recommend to spend on a course for my lab rats, and should my rat use multiple 500 mg tablets or just one per day on the course? And should the rat take it on...
  2. E

    How Bad Is Topical Ciprofloxacin (Ear Drops)?

    I understand Ciprofloxacin is considered a bad antibiotics, but what about topical application? I have a mild ear infection that requires treatment, and have been prescribed this. Is it OK topical and short term, or avoid at all costs? If you think it is advisable to avoid, do you know what...
  3. noqcks

    Antibiotics Online

    I would like to get my hands on some doxycycline. If anyone knows a place I can find some online, please DM or post here. Thank you (Canada)
  4. ScurveDream

    Tetracyclines, ROS & Light-driven Antibiotics Approach (antimicrobial Photodynamic Inactivation)

    Has anyone read/looked over this article? I've never heard of/knew this was possible until recently. Tetracyclines function as dual-action light-activated antibiotics (in vitro/incubated cells) I'll bold/quote some of the parts I thought were interesting, assuming this hasn't been...
  5. lvysaur

    Slow Digestion Is Good? A Symptom Of Antibiotics

    I recently took antibiotics for the first time (amoxicillin) and the effect has been extremely positive. One of the main improvements was hunger. My hunger is much deeper and more consistent. Another thing I noticed is that my bowel frequency decreased. Instead of once a day, it became...
  6. Tristan Loscha

    Severe And Persistent Thyroid Dysfunction Associated With Tetracycline-Antibiotic Treatment In Youth

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4884496/ J Pediatr. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2017 Jun 1. Published in final edited form as: J Pediatr. 2016 Jun; 173: 232–234. Published online 2016 Apr 5. doi: 10.1016/j.jpeds.2016.03.034 PMCID: PMC4884496 NIHMSID: NIHMS770861 PMID...
  7. TheBeard

    Antibiotic Success Stories

    It’s not very apparent from the different threads whether there are more people benefiting from long term antibiotics or suffering. Please chime in if staying on antibiotics long term has improved your digestion, fatigue, or any other symptom you see relevant.
  8. haidut

    All Gut Bacteria Dangerous, Its Endotoxin Drives Liver Cancer; Antibiotics Cure

    As Peat has written many times, there is truly no such thing as “beneficial” gut bacteria as long as they are capable of producing endotoxin (LPS). And since most bacterial species known to colonize the gut can produce LPS when exposed to undigested food or mechanical stimulation (stretching or...
  9. haidut

    Probiotics Are Dangerous, Should Be Regulated As Drugs

    As many forum users know, Peat has spoken against the use of probiotics and in some of his articles has even linked lactic acid producing bacteria to auto-immune conditions like such as Lupus, RA, and even MS. While recently he has been recommending a bacteriophage product from LEF, he is still...
  10. haidut

    Sterilizing The Gut Restores Insulin Sensitivity By Reducing Fatty Acid Oxidation

    I am posting this study just as an example of how important the role of endotoxin is in insulin resistance and diabetes. Similarly to the human study with aspirin, sterilizing the gut with antibiotics did not reduce the weight in the obese subjects (in this case mice). So, obesity may be a less...
  11. haidut

    Pancreatic Cancer Driven By Bacteria/endotoxin; Antibiotics Can Prevent/treat

    I just posted a seminal study showing that possibly ALL autoimmune conditions may be caused by a chronic low-grade infection. This infection stems from a gut bacteria, which has translocated from the gut to the liver/lymphs due to compromised gut barrier and lingers there chronically thus...
  12. haidut

    Rheumatoid Arthritis May Be Caused By The Same Bacteria That Causes Crohn's

    I posted a few studies on the now VERY likely causative link between a bacteria called MAP (Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis - Wikipedia) and the pathology of Crohn's. It seems that FDA is finally taking notice and there is a clinical trial for treating Crohn's with antibiotics...
  13. haidut

    Cocaine "addiction" May Be Driven By Serotonin

    Another study on addiction and its mechanisms, but this one focuses on cocaine which is the second most highly abused drug after alcohol, at least in the US (excluding weed). This new study shows that blocking the serotonin receptor 7 (5-HT7) blocked the cocaine abuse behavior. This would...
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