Treating Infections Without Antibiotics

Life without Antibiotics

Are you afraid to take antibiotics? Have you ever thought about treating infections without antibiotics?

I sure think twice before accepting a prescription from my doctor.

Lately, I’ve been reading a lot about the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria… “superbugs”…

… It’s truly terrifying.

Why haven’t we heard more about this?

The End of the Antibiotic Era

The World Health Organization released a statement in October of 2015, predicting the end of modern medicine as we know it.

A time when “common infections will once again kill.”

And the AMR study commissioned by the UK Prime Minister, released in March 2016, predicted that by 2050, we’ll see over 10 MILLION DEATHS annually from superbugs.

Making antibiotic resistance MORE DEADLY than cancer.

More Antibiotics are Not the Answer

I know there’s a global push for faster development of NEW antibiotics.

But is it just me?  Or does that race already seem lost?

It’s expensive and it takes decades to develop new drugs.

The World Health Organization is already saying we’re not reacting fast enough on a global scale to avoid the coming “Antibiotic Apocalypse.”

And then I just read that in December 2015, scientists discovered “pan-resistant” bacteria that carry a gene that allows them to resist all of the world’s antibiotics.

Microbiologists are having public panic attacks.

And as always, I’m left wondering…  What haven’t they told us yet?

Treating Infections without Antibiotics

There is no doubt in my mind that our medical system is breaking down, and we’re being pushed back to the 1800s.

So the question I have for you is…

… Are you ready for this?

Do you know how to treat common injuries and infections without the help of a doctor or antibiotics?

Could you avoid exposing your child or elderly mom to DEADLY secondary infections?  By treating them at home?  Instead of dragging them to hospitals, which are known breeding grounds for antibiotic resistant bacteria?

Could you rely on the people close to you to treat you if you become injured or infected?

I don’t know about you but most of my family, friends, and neighbors don’t have these skills (yet).

And that’s one of the biggest reasons why I decided to produce a BRAND NEW VIDEO that I’m releasing publicly today.  It’s called:

“Treating Infections Without Antibiotics”
Click here to learn about the video now.

Treating Infections without Antibiotics

I think you’ll be surprised by how easy it can be to treat and prevent infections.

Treating Infections without Antibiotics Can Be Easy

Everyone I’ve shown this video to is surprised by how easy it is to treat most infections and injuries using a handful of items – many of which are probably already in your house.

And these simple techniques could be the difference between life and death in an emergency, very soon.

I hope you’ll watch this video!


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  • Joyce says:

    Do you only have this in video ? If so, when can I be able to buy book ?
    What if a person doesn’t have access to recorder ?
    Please consider book form, thank you.

    1. Michael Ford says:

      Hi Joyce – Sorry, but right now we only have the video available. If you have access to the internet, you can watch it online without a DVD player.

  • Kate says:

    Will this be relevant for the UK and Europe please? (We have different plants…..)

    1. Michael Ford says:

      Hi Kate – Yep. Doug knew this would be used by people all around the world – he thinks it’s really important to use plants from your own region. And, of course, he thinks it’s best to grow your own!

    2. Jim says:

      And I would also ask the same question as does Kate with regard to Australian plants because we have even a greater range

  • W.E. Wielechowski DC says:

    Great work. It has been 11 months since I was in the hospital overnight to treat for pneumonia. The antibiotic given for the pneumonia so unbalanced my immune system and suppressed my gut bacteria that I came down with the superbug C -diff….. Still having minor problems from the after effects of the superbug. I fired the Doctors about half way through $1,500. worth of powerful antibiotics plus a proposed $20,000 fecal implant and got good results for the c-diff from Bentonite Clay. Should the Medical cartel care about bad side effects of supergerms when the bottom line shows up like that????????
    The major problem is the Medical People do not understand the bodies bacterial balance in the gut which is 80% of the immune system function. The antibiotic in food, water and prescriptions destroy the gut bacterial balance and leave the patient susceptible any disease from infection to cancer. Long term we all need to avoid medical doctors and build up our immune system by probiotics and fermented foods. WEW

    1. Michael Ford says:

      Thanks for sharing your story. And, glad to hear you like our work!

  • Irene says:

    I am going to have to apologize to three people I forwarded this to, because i assumed there would
    be a video as you stated and not just an advertisement ploy. Please state that you are wanting to sell something and don’t indicate that there is information available if I click a button. Very disappointed because information looked like it would have been pertinate and interesting.

  • Emily Bat says:

    Of course, we’ve been hearing about this all along.
    Don’t use antibacterial soap regularly.
    Don’t ask for an antibiotic for a cold or other things that are usually viral and not affected by antibiotics.
    Don’t take an antibiotic to shorted something that will remedy itself in just a couple more days.
    Be proactive and research what your doc has prescribed.
    Eat good food so your body has something to help it be healthy.
    Hasn’t anyone been listening?

    1. Vege-tater says:

      On top of all that, even if you’re prudent with their use, if you eat animal products you might as well throw in the towel because they get 80% of the antibiotics produced just to survive the misfeeding and horrendous, filthy conditions they are raised in, and are likely the breeding grounds for most of the antibacterial resistance we are dealing with. Since I stopped eating animal products not only has my health improved dramatically, so has my conscience and wallet! A whole food plant based diet can solve our health problems. our environment’s and spare the suffering of other sentient beings. If we were truly omnivores we would eat meat like they do…raw. Unless you salivate and immediately stalk when an animal runs by you, or get hungry when you see road kill, you are a herbivore by physiology. Bunnies will eat cooked meat too, but they are still not omnivores! We are opportunists who can eat anything to survive and get energy, but long term health relies on a much more selective diet. We didn’t evolve because of meat, because true carnivores would be smarter than us. Even chimps will kill and meat when they are starving, but they are still chimps. We evolved our big brains because, unique to only us, we learned to harness fire and cook starches, and even have extra copies of amylase to digest them, unlike the other apes. http://neurosciencenews.com/brain-evolution-carbs-2388/

  • David Smuin says:

    My wife and I donated to the original funding request for the herbal antibiotic video and I got started watching it the day after you sent out the passwords for access. However, the next day, I went back to try to finish watching and was unable to get access. I believe we donated $34 by Visa back in April and I understood that we would get a copy of the DVD when it was done. Could you please help me out with this and either send me a DVD or refund my money. If $34 does not cover the cost, then let me know how much more is needed.
    Thank you,

    1. Michael Ford says:

      Hi David – If you contributed $10 or more to the crowdfunding campaign, then you get access to the video. Our customer service will get in touch with you right away. Thanks!

      1. Evelyn Gail Simons says:

        We donated $100.00 and have only seen the video on tooth care; we didn’t even get notification that the video was available for viewing. It would be nice to be able to start the course on Herbal Medicine which was part of the package we signed up for. Thanks for your help. Evelyn Simons

  • Fred says:

    Hi! 🙂

    Can you share this video for free? You already made 26,000, isn’t that enough?


    1. Dharmananda says:

      I agree! Everyone should have free access to this information.

      1. Michael Ford says:

        Hi Fred and Dharmananda – I’m really sorry but this isn’t intended to be a free product – although I hope someday we can do things that way. Doug put decades of his life into acquiring this knowledge. Our small team didn’t put in decades, but we did put in about a year’s worth of work on producing this. Please don’t ask all five of us to work for free!

        1. Fred says:

          OK 🙂
          As I live with 8,000 a year I supposed that 26,000 would be enough. I know that different people have different standards, different needs, different life styles, live under different circumstances and have different ways of looking at things. Mine would let me share this knowledge for free, yours don’t, nothing wrong with that 🙂
          Thanks for your work and will to make this a better world our hearts know it’s possible.


  • Dave says:

    Just looked at your email. Couple of comments. – Dave

    I have been using medicinal herbs for some 40+ years of my life & they are my first “go-to” for all most all things. They are a big part of my first aid kit & I know several useful plants that grow in my area including mushrooms. But let me relate a recent story as a word of caution to your people:

    I got a scrape on my leg. Not more than the size of a quarter. Abrasion, didn’t bleed hardly at all. I treated it with my usual stuff. A week later it was getting worse. I have emergency medical training and am aware of MRSA. Switch to stronger treatment, wasn’t getting better. Went to regent care doc for a read. (first thing I would like to point out…. knowing what you are treating is important. Snake & spider bites are easy to identify). They gave me the usual antibiotic (what they do) but took a culture which is what I was needing from a lab. Came back MRSA. Came back positive, switched to new antibiotic, 12 day course. After that it started to heal took over a month to recover close to normal. I did a pro-biotic program to restore intestinal culture. I have 2 friend that got it bad on a job. One could have lost is life by letting it get to bad before getting professional help on the subject.

    My point is: knowing what to treat & timing is important. Plants are great but at some point conventional medicine is a good thing also. I can pretty much tell you how to amputate a limb at sea (hope I never have to, you put your sail boat on a broad reach and strap the patient to the galley table to start with).

    On to next point: I plan for emergencies, power outages, big potential earthquake here. When things really go down for what ever reason? I have my medical library in first aid kit for reference (I get free book offers all the time to get me to sign up for some investment fund. They are not slick but I am sure they are cheap to make). How am I going to refer to your CD’s or my computer for that matter with no power (I have a generator as long as fuel lasts)? My mind remembers just so much especially in a crisis. Practiced memory is best. I have about 15 herbs/plants I rely on regularly but need to look up references every now & then.

    Last point (as a media/marketing guy): I looked all over for that video! Saw the screen shot of it. Finally concluded it was the web text transcript of it.

    I like what you are doing, keep going. May be marketing your program on a project in the future. Thanks

    1. Michael Ford says:

      Hi Dave – Thanks for stopping by and commenting. I also hope you never have to amputate a limb at sea!

      Sorry for the slightly misleading link. We really rushed to get this out the door because lots of people wanted it yesterday, so we didn’t really get a chance to fine tune all of the copy yet. We focused our effort on the video and we’re all very proud of it – it’s good.

  • emily p. says:

    I am not afraid to take antibiotics. I request non-broadspectrum. I believe that my immune system can usually do its job. However, in spring 2014, I caught a cold. I felt terrible for a couple of weeks, but then my entire upper plate started to hurt. After a steady diet of non-chewing foods like broth, yogurt and applesauce, I was down a few pounds and ready to wave the white flag. I went to my doc and got an antibiotic. Blessed relief.
    We also do not use any antibacterial “goo”, as soap and water works just fine.

  • Dharmananda says:

    The only antibiotic I use is colloidal silver because bacteria doesn’t develop a resistance to it, and it doesn’t kill the beneficial bacteria in your digestive system.

    1. Deborah Japp says:

      I just wanted to ask, how much colloidal silver do you use when you get an infection? I also would like to know, do you make your own or buy a certain brand.
      Thanks so much,
      Deborah Japp

  • Lisa says:

    GSE (Grapefruit Seed Extract) has been an AMAZING product for me. I have used it on my human family as well as my animals, cat included. AMAZING! However, I always give whoever is having an issue at least 2 days to see if they can handle things without the use of GSE. And if not, and I start giving GSE, I do the full course.

    1. Bruce says:

      Can you please what the full course is?

  • Dave Henry says:

    Dharmananda: In my second stage of treating MRSA I also used colloidal silver. Like it a lot. I would trust it above most things for disinfecting possible contaminated surfaces (an emergency room doc I know recommended a product called Hepacleans). But results weren’t happening. Think it was deeper in flesh for silver to work at that point.

  • Toni says:

    Subtitulos en español puede ser.Si no las personas que no conocen el ingles, no podemos acceder a él.

  • Trice says:

    My granddaughter was sent by her dentist to an M.D. for a tooth infection. Four months later, 2 hospital overnight stays and the removal of 3 teeth my 12 year old granddaughter not only still had the infection but it had spread to her jaw and neck. This is after 4 months of antibiotics including 1 week intravenously. I put essential oils on her gum, her jaw, neck and bottoms of her feet. The next day her swelling was down by half and 2 days later it was gone as was the infection – so far a year later it has not returned. I could tell you story after story of the failures of antibiotics but the successes of essential oils, herbs in capsules (like oregano), etc.

  • mary cooper says:

    Would like it in book form not video–any plans for hard copy?

  • Kate says:

    I purchased both the physical and digital version of this more than 8 days ago. I have still not received any info about how to download the digital. (nor received the physical though I didnt expect that to arrive as yet) I did expect the code for the digital the same day as promised on your website. I have emailed you 3 times and not had a reply plus I have left a phone message on your customer service number. Please will you contact me asap to rectify this. Thank you.

    1. Jamie Jones says:

      Hi Kate!

      I am very sorry to hear that you did not receive your login info immediately after purchase. We sent one out for you automatically, but it doesn’t sound like it made it to your inbox so I am very sorry for that! I have forwarded that email to you as well as sending a separate email with your login details so that you can access your videos. I sincerely apologize for the inconvenience and we hope you enjoy your purchase. Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.

      Thanks so much!
      Jamie Jones
      The [Grow] Network team

  • Please feel free to contact Doug with any direct questions or to get ordering information for herbs or the dvd from him directly.

    You can reach him at dougsimons77@gmail.com

    Our website is http://www.chanchka.com

    Our FaceBook is https://www.facebook.com/ChanchkaRemedios/

    Thank You, Julian

  • Stephen Gielow says:

    I also am a contributor to the Indiegogo campaign.
    Somehow, I did not receive access to the completed video.
    Could you please send it?

    Thank you,

    1. Michael Ford says:

      Hi Stephen – I passed your comment along to Jamie, and she’ll set you up with access. Thanks for your support!

  • Jamie Jones says:

    Hi Stephen! I just sent an email to you with access info so please let me know if for any reason that doesn’t get through to you. Thanks so much for your contribution!

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