Streptococcus is a bacteria that gets stronger every decade. It is increasingly resembling a superbug in its power and spread. There are hundreds of strains of strep, some stronger than others, that can be transmitted between people and infect different environments.

The symptoms of streptococcal infection are varied and numerous. These include sinus congestion and pain, otitis media, urinary tract infections, intestinal disorders, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) , sore throat, barley, cystic acne, and more. Streptococci can cause numerous seemingly unrelated problems that stem from one or more of their many strains. Headache, fatigue, confusion and low fever are some other side effects of strep in the body. The level of activity of streptococci in the body changes depending on the state of the person's immune system and current life circumstances.

Most people get strep throat for the first time when they are young. They can be passed on from a mother, father, another child, or even from a place such as a public toilet. You may have been diagnosed with a strep throat infection as a child or have had a sore throat that was a sign of often undiagnosed strep throat. Streptococci in young children can also manifest as chronic ear infection and tonsillitis. While buzzing, ringing, ringing in the ears, or hearing loss are symptoms of Epstein-Barr virus , chronic ear infections are usually caused by strep. It is also important to note that streptococci are the most common cofactor of Epstein-Barr virus.

For many people, strep has been with them for most of their lives, and as they get older, it tends to get stronger and wreak more havoc on the body. In relationships, people share their bacteria, and it's not unusual for a person to pick up multiple strains of strep from the different partners they've been with. All strains are becoming increasingly resistant to antibiotics, and if you think you have one or more strains of strep in your body, it's very important to start implementing the nutrition and supplement protocol outlined below. Streptococci are difficult to eliminate, but clearing this bacteria is possible.

Symptoms of strep infection

Acne is often caused by streptococcus in the body. When it comes to acne, strep resides in the lymphatic system. Some common areas where strep can be found include the cheeks, face, areas behind the ears and around the neck. A person who suffers from acne has usually taken antibiotics many times in their childhood. It may take some time to completely heal from acne, as any previous use of antibiotics has ultimately played a role in strengthening the strep. Fortunately, by cleaning up your diet, taking the right nutritional supplements, and strengthening your immune system, you can get rid of acne and its main cause, strep. People who have struggled with acne for fifteen, even twenty years have managed to get rid of it.

Cystitis is scar tissue on the lining of the bladder that results from prolonged residence of streptococci in the bladder. Some people have had bladder infections in the past that signal strep, while others have never had bladder infections but notice different problems that may point to cystitis and the strep strain that causes it. Once scar tissue forms on the lining of the bladder, inflammation and swelling can occur. This area can become sensitive to certain foods you eat and the amount of uric acid in your body. Numerous complications can occur, which will stop only after the streptococci are destroyed. There are women who have experienced such terrible cystitis that they could not function normally and lost the will to live. But some of them have also discovered the true cause of their cystitis and cured themselves by adding the right foods and supplements and believing in the body's natural ability to heal itself.

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) is caused by an overgrowth of streptococci in the intestines. Today, doctors may know you have a bacterial problem, but they won't be able to tell you that SIBO indicates an overload of strep. A person diagnosed with SIBO most likely has numerous other symptoms caused by strep. Like acne, SIBO can occur after frequent antibiotic use in childhood or adulthood. The constant use of antibiotics reinforces viruses and bacteria that feed on eggs and petroleum products. Replacing them with medicated foods and nutritional supplements will actually serve to permanently eradicate the strep strain. Antibiotics may be necessary and valuable in certain cases, such as a severe and uncontrollable urinary tract infection. In many cases, however, antibiotics are used excessively or inappropriately.

Streptococci can enter the colon and cause irritable bowel syndrome or other intestinal diseases. Although colitis is caused by a variety of the herpes zoster virus, it can get worse when high levels of strep in the body cause inflammation. Any chronic condition is complicated and worsened by the presence of streptococci in the body.

Very often, the hordeolum (barley of the eye) that people develop is associated with the presence of streptococci. Sometimes they can be due to viral problems, but not all are the same and many are caused by strep in the body.

In 90% of cases of pelvic inflammation, the causative agents are streptococci. Another common condition, bacterial vaginosis, is also associated with strep.

Any symptoms of a strep infection are most likely to worsen during or around a woman's menstrual cycle, when her reproductive system needs extra energy, or during ovulation, when hormones change. It's not menstruation or the hormones themselves that make symptoms worse, but that underlying health problems like strep can be more pronounced during this time. Severe urinary tract infections, increased acne, additional sinus problems, worsening endometriosis symptoms all tend to worsen during these times.

Streptococci in children

Parents rarely get the information they need about how best to keep their children healthy, mainly because there is so much misinformation vying for our attention today. In addition to applying the information contained in the Healer Medium's books, radio broadcasts, and all online materials, it is invaluable to find a practicing healer who understands and supports the information you find here and will help you navigate your child's health issues. .

It is critical for children to build their immune systems with healing foods and appropriate amounts of nutritional supplements such as zinc sulfate , vitamin B12 with methylcobalamin and adenosylcobalamin , vitamin C , and elderberry syrup . If you notice any symptoms of a strep infection, adding some hydrastis to your child's treatment plan can be very helpful. It is important to watch for any signs of strep in your child so that you can use the appropriate supplements to help keep your child healthy and not have to use antibiotics as often.

Foods to avoid

Eggs feed strep and should be avoided while you are being treated. Some people are mistakenly told to consume eggs when treating small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) , but this is harmful misinformation. Unfortunately, the eggs will continue to feed the bacteria in your body. Someone suffering from cystitis may not feel any irritation when they consume eggs, but they are actually continuing to feed the problem and even create additional health problems. From polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) to breast cancer, calcifications, nodules, thyroid tumors and more, eggs can exacerbate many problems and are best avoided. You can read more about eggs in the book "The most useful foods" .

Like eggs, dairy products also feed strep. Avoid milk, cheese, butter or ghee if you are fighting any strain of strep. Try to stay away from corn, wheat, barley, rye and canola oil. Don't worry about barley grass juice , it is different from barley grain and does not contain gluten. It is an outstanding food for treating strep and is good for your health. When the grass is juiced, the change in structure contains a phytochemical that protects against strep.

Medicinal foods

As you begin to clear strep from your body, boosting your immune system is an extremely important part. Your SIBO, cystitis, and all other strep-related symptoms can go away permanently, but that healing can only begin once you add the right foods and supplements. When fighting strep, switching to a plant-based diet for a period of time can be very helpful. You might consider trying the 28-day cleanse found in the book The Healing Medium .

Bananas, which have antibacterial and antiviral properties, are amazing at picking up strep and clearing them from the body. Bananas are especially beneficial for people with SIBO. Berries are great for clearing streptococcus anywhere in the body. Spinach is a great addition to the diet, especially for acne sufferers. Onions help fight streptococci in the bladder, reproductive system, intestinal tract, colon, and can also help treat barley. Squeeze turmeric juice with cucumber or celery stalks and you have a very healing drink. Celery stem juice is another powerful drink that instantly starts eliminating strep. Cayenne pepper can be great, but be careful not to overdo it if you're sensitive. Raw honey contains phytochemicals that destroy all types of streptococcal bacteria. Arugula, ginger, garlic, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, kale, and coconut flesh and water are all healing foods to include in your diet. Consuming fresh oregano and other herbs such as thyme, rosemary, and sage (sage) is also very healing. You can read about the powerful healing benefits of all these foods in the book The Best Foods .

Medicinal nutritional supplements

Large doses of vitamin C are a powerful weapon against strep. Zinc sulfate is an important nutritional supplement for fighting strep. One of the reasons strep is so prevalent is that most people are zinc deficient, so it's extremely important to supply your body with this vital mineral. Oregano oil capsules are great for fighting strep, especially for SIBO and acne symptoms. Cat's claw , lemon balm , hydrastis , and coconut monolaurin are four other very beneficial nutritional supplements. In the Cleanse for Health book, you can find nutritional supplement protocols to include for a variety of ailments and symptoms, including those caused by strep.

How to move forward

If doctors tell patients that cystic acne is just hormonal breakouts, people will be left sick and grossly misinformed. If people continue to believe the misconception that sinus infections are caused by pollen in the air, they will continue to feel sick. If people just assume that vaginal discharge is fungus and are not properly informed that it is a strain of strep, they will continue to suffer. Together we must clear away the misinformation and spread the truths that will bring true healing.

Medicinal foods and nutritional supplements can defeat even the most powerful strains of strep in the modern world. With time, patience, and determination, you can beat strep and experience the freedom of vibrant health. Be gentle with yourself, seek support, turn to the angels for help (you can read more about this in the book "The Medium Healer" ) and watch your life begin to change!

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