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Emergency Kit recommended by the Wellness Company -agree or disagree?

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Carol Petersen
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The Wellness Company Medical Emergency Kit includes:

  • · Amoxicillin-Clavulanate (generic Augmentin) 875/125 mg - 28 tablets
  • · Azithromycin (generic Z-Pak) 250 mg - 12 tablets
  • · Doxycycline Hyclate 100 mg - 60 capsules
  • · Metronidazole (generic Flagyl) 500 mg - 30 tablets
    • · Ivermectin 18mg - 7 compounded capsules

    

  • · Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole (generic Bactrim) 800/160 mg - 28 tablets
  • · Fluconazole (generic Diflucan) 150 mg - 2 tablets
  • · Ondansetron (generic Zofran) 4mg - 6 tablets
  • 1 Emergency Medication Guidebook written by our Chief Medical Board for safe use.
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this a good start from an antibiotic point of you, but where is the Coloidal silver? Where is a scalpel or two? Where are rubber tubing for tourniquets? Where is nitroglycerin? Where is the blood pressure cuff stethoscope two. emergency lights? Weatherproof matches a bottle of peroxide, iodine adhesive tape. A bottle of saline for eyewash or lavage of wounds how about suture material safety pins sterile, gauze add an emergency back up cell phone wouldn’t hurt either

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Jeremy Murphree
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Methylene Blue has been very good, Dapsone also. Bactrim and Cannabis, Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid all need to be in any emergency medical kit. 

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Personally I don't see the need for antibiotics.

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@john-wright my opinion is that antibiotics are incredibly under prescribed. The CDC says almost half a million Americans contract Lyme disease each year and 2 million Americans contract syphilis. Though these antimicrobials when used in isolation cannot erode microbial colonies, they can particularly when used in combination keep the blood stream relatively free of planktonic ejections. Until we have a reliable way to measure biofilm, and address the role of efflux pumps in the persistence of chronic infections, the present offerings of antibiotic drugs are the best we have and certainly more responsible than not treating.

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@jmurphree I'm not advocating "not treating".  There are many natural nutrients which are antibiotic and antiviral.  Usage of plenty of these (including high dose probiotics) seems more than adequate instead of antibiotics except for acute situations (like an open battlefield wound).  What I encounter are people who do something like taking 500 mg of Vitamin C and think that is plenty when they should be normally taking 3,000+ mg when *healthy*!

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That's fair, and in some cases practitioners may choose not to treat if the patient is asymptomatic. The fear of what happens after "mixing everything up in there" can be an effective deterrent. 

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