I call him Edgar because he doesn’t like to be called “parasite.” The classic Greek nomer (‘para’ means beside, and ‘sitos’ means food) doesn’t explain his nature. Most people who hear the word, visualize a worm that hasn’t shaved for weeks, with tiny antennas, living in a cabin in your
It’s been 30 years since the last class of antibiotics were invented; in another 30 years more than 10 million lives may be at risk from antibiotic resistance. Learn what you can do to battle pathogenic bacteria without antibiotics.
The age of antibiotics have brought an unprecedented epidemic upon us. But there is a natural and potent solution to kill pathogenic bugs and parasites.