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staph infection in hand, honey and ozone?

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  3. lhiannon132000
  4. Message 1 of 10 , Mar 22
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  6. Hi All,
  7. I have a woman I've been treating for SIBO for the better part of 6 months. We have wrapped up abx when she has suddenly come down with a staph infection in her hand.  It's an atypical infection, which she has had in the past and was treated by a dermatologist.  It just makes her hand pruritic, swollen, slightly erythematous and a little sore.  It looks like bad atopic derm, which is what it starts as, but then moves into a staph infection.  She really doesn't want to take abx again because it initially triggered the SIBO.  Has anyone used a topical treatment combined with oral therapy they could recommend?
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  9. Thanks,
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  11. Vanessa Lyon,
  12. Portland, OR
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  16. Erin Holston Singh, N.D.
  17. Message 2 of 10 , Mar 22
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  19. A staph infection comes when a person has resolved a conflict of separation.  The dermatitis is related to the conflict in the active phase (before resolution).  Staph is the microbe that is healing/eating up necrotic tissue as a result of this healing. (As the brain makes a new neurological connection because of resolving a conceived 'separation' there is dead tissue that gets cleaned out, hence the necrosis--> staph "infection"). See German New Medicine website for more understanding.
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  21. I literally just went through this myself and have put a lifetime of thought and research into it.  Consider me your skin expert!
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  23. I would treat this as a Staph infection by helping the body chew up this waste....
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  25. Allimax minimum 6 caps a day (take as much as she can afford!)
  26. Drainage with Unda's and single homeopathics i.e. 2, 17, 270 + Dulcamara, Sulphur, Mezereum as considerations, or others as you see fit. Sounds like Apis and Belladonna would fit the picture you describe.
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  28. Other immune supports:
  29. Vitamin A
  30. Herbal Biotic (Vital Nutrients) or other combo
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  32. If she treats this naturally and avoids antibiotics and steroids it will resolve itself within 2-3 weeks completely.  IF she takes the meds, it will complicate the healing and take longer because these meds complicate eliminating the waste.
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  34. Best,
  35. Erin Holston Singh, ND
  36. Cleveland, OH
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  41. Jill Evenson
  42. Message 3 of 10 , Mar 22
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  44. Manuka honey.
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  46. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3609166/
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  49. Jill Evenson, ND
  50. Wisconsin
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  55. Shiva Barton, ND
  56. Message 4 of 10 , Mar 22
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  58. Xylitol also has anti-staph properties. Can be used as a paste or soak,
  59. as well as internally.
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  61. Shiva Barton, ND
  62. Winchester, MA
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  66. Kathleen Riley
  67. Mar 22
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  69. In my experience Hydrastis mixed with a little olive oil has worked 100% of the time for many years. More recently I have had great success with silver cream. It is less messy
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  71. Kathleen Riley, ND
  72. Newington, CT
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  76. Anne Van Couvering
  77. Message 6 of 10 , Mar 22
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  79. Mannuka honey alternating with cabbage leaves
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  81. Seriously works.
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  83. Anne Van Couvering, ND
  84. Berkeley, CA
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  89. Sharon Hunter
  90. Message 7 of 10 , Mar 23
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  92. I have used berberine mixed with honey (also a little messy) on a MRSA
  93. infection of the fingers/hands. I may have also used Vital Nutrients
  94. Herbal Biotic. This was a recurrent problem for this patient and he had
  95. used many antibiotics to treat prior episodes. Not only did the
  96. infection clear without the use of antibiotics, but the patient reported
  97. much less scarring than with prior episodes which were treated
  98. conventionally.
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  100. Sharon Hunter, ND
  101. West Hartford, CT
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  106. Mona Morstein
  107. Message 8 of 10 , Mar 23
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  109. I’m a huge fan of manuka oil after it cleared two large boils which came into my office two weeks apart.  I did add Bio-Vegetarian orally, as well.  
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  111. For hand infections, don’t forget alternating hot and cold hydrotherapy: 3 minutes hot, 30 seconds cold, repeated 2x.  
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  113. Mona Morstein, ND, DHANP
  114. Tempe, AZ
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  118. Mona Morstein
  119. Message 9 of 10 , Mar 23
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  121. I meant manuka honey. Sorry.
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  123. Mona Morstein, ND, DHANP
  124. Tempe, AZ
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  128. Heidi Peterson
  129. Message 10 of 10 , Mar 30
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  131. Ozone therapy works great.  Either ozonated olive oil or "bagging" the hand.  
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  133. I have cured many hard infections this way including staph cellulitis that did not respond to antibiotics.  
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  135. Heidi Peterson, ND
  136. Portland, OR
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