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A Fading miracle.....

When Alexander Fleming in 1928 found Penicillin, the world cherish in joy as a miracle in medicine finally occur. Since then, modern human have an ultimate weapon against bacterial infections. However, non of them who live during the first era of antibiotics will think that the founding of modern antibiotics is just the beginning of a prolonged warfare against bacterial infections.


More studies indicate that the use of antibiotics in treating infections worldwide is getting resistance from bacterias. Many antibiotics that used to be effective to cure the infections are no longer have any impact. It is now depend on how fast the pharmacy to produce newly antibiotics to cope with the resistant.

Here are some recent facts about antibiotics:

  • Infections caused by resistant microorganisms often fail to respond to conventional treatment, resulting in prolonged illness and greater risk of death.
  • About 440 000 new cases of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) emerge annually, causing at least 150 000 deaths.
  • >Resistance to earlier generation antimalarial medicines such as chloroquine and sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine is widespread in most malaria-endemic countries.
  • A high percentage of hospital-acquired infections are caused by highly resistant bacteria such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
  • Inappropriate and irrational use of antimicrobial medicines provides favourable conditions for resistant microorganisms to emerge, spread and persist. ( souce: WHO)

Most researchersagree that the misappropriate use of antibiotics in recent years have caused this resistance even faster. It is a common practice that a hospital or a doctor prescribe antibiotics for just a common cold. The more widely they are used the more rapid resistance will develop. Bacterias are living organism, which will always try to live, therefore they will develop a way to protect their existence.

It is sadly isn't it that the place for taking care us when we get sick, is also one of the source of bacterial infections. About 40.000 person per year will die from hospital acquired infections.

This recent facts are the cause why our hospital and medicine cost get higher every year, and our economy may not be able to support our need for medical cost.

So, What we should do to protect our health and our future generations to come. I believe we should learn how to live naturally once again. Starting from our eating habits ( i suggest to read a book titled The Enzyme Factor by dr. Shinya).

Then learn Reiki well, its treatments, and its philosophy to bring miraculous spiritual healing as promised by Sensei Usui in his teachings. If we can cure ourselves naturally without use any antibiotics, then we can reserve the most advance antibiotics when we badly need it. And if this resistance trend can be slowdown, we can rest assure that our next generation still have an effective antibiotics to fight future disease.