I came across this youtube link where Dr. Thomas Rau, MD, who has training in Biological Medicine, states that Rocephin has thermisol in it...the mercury containing ingredient that was banned just recently from various vaccines (only it is still in them) and consider that a vaccine is a one time dose taken spaced out...Rocephin is taken in huge quantities. Mercury is 1000x more toxic than lead and is one of the primary neurotoxins found in Lyme patients upon Heavy Metal testing...obviously not every Lyme patient has taken Rocephin, but who would want to take mercury daily? www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYZ5FiQ_g18
As you said, finding the ingredients to each antibiotic is difficult, not only that, it would be a very time consuming project no doubt. I did find some interesting links that I think you will find informative. The first one, I know nothing about
this MD, but what he says about
abx is pretty right on. Other things he says regarding alternatives, some I don't really know about
, others I'm not too favorable about
, but a lot of what he recommends is right on. One of the things he recommends, that I am leery of, is Colloidal Silver. Never been too keen on that one, but others swear by it. Anyway, check these links out and see if you find them helpful.www.drlwilson.com/articles/antibiotics.htm
This link below has some VERY interesting information regarding the dangers of abx and the high number of people who end up in the ER due to abx.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, October 13, 2008
Antibiotics Put 142,000 Into Emergency Rooms Each Year
U.S. Centers for Disease Control Waits 60 Years to Study the Problem
Interesting facts and book suggestions on abx:www.shirleys-wellness-cafe.com/antibiotics.htm#1
Last one--*Antibiotics to Avoid Like the Plague Due to FDA's Oversight Failure (By Dr. Mercola)articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2009/07/18/Antibiotics-to-Avoid-Like-the-Plague-Due-to-FDAs-Oversight-Failure.aspx
Denise, I know this doesn't exactly answer your question about
the ingredients in abx, but since you like to research, I thought you'd find a lot of this information on abx interesting. I sure did!
*Disclaimer* For those of you who are on abx, I don't want to leave you with the impression that I am anti-antibotics. I know some of you are getting better taking abx, so it isn't my intent to discredit abx at all. Basically, I'm responding to Denise's question to me, but I think many of you will find this information interesting, whether you take abx or not. There's a lot of good information here and I know we are all here to learn as much as we can about
this disease and the various treatment protocols that are out there. Hopefully, some of you will find this information useful.
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