Colds – Flus – Sinus Infections – Miraculously Cure them with Grapefruit Seed Extract and Olive Leaf Extract

I had my last lingering sinus infection in August, 2004. I had a total of over 50 sinus infections from about 1994 to 2004.

My sinus infections were getting so serious by 2004 that the only combination of very powerful prescription drug antibiotics that dealt with them consisted of Clindamycin plus Ciprofloxacin (Cipro). To give you an idea of how powerful Cipro is, Cipro is the only antibiotic that was powerful enough to use in the post-911 Anthrax scares. But even Clindamycin and Cipro did not touch my 2004 sinus infection.

Prescription antibiotics that had been prescribed for my sinus infections between the years 1994 and 2004 include:

Amoxicillin
Cefzil
Doxycycline
Zithromax
Augmentin
Ceftin
Levaquin
Ampicillin
Omnicef
Keflex
Tequin
Clindamycin
Ciprofloxacin (Cipro),

and there may be others that I have forgotten.

I had gradually worked up to being forced to use two of the most powerful prescription drug antibiotics – Clindamycin and Cipro – to conquer my sinus infections. But, the combination of Clindamycin and Ciprofloxacin (Cipro) was still not doing a thing to get rid of my August, 2004, sinus infection – even after using the two prescription drug antibiotics for over two weeks.

As a result, I tried the combination of two natural antibiotics, namely, Olive Leaf Extract (OLE) and Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE).

And WOW! Within 48 hours after starting the combination of OLE and GSE, the sinus infection had completely disappeared.

And, the biggest surprise when I learned of the power of Olive Leaf Extract (OLE) and Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE) is that these two all natural antibiotics fight every type of infection, including:

Bacterial
Viral
Fungal, and
Parasitic.

Olive Leaf Extract (OLE) is recommended by many sites as a continuous use capsule because it has many benefits besides being an antibiotic.

Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE) is considered by many to be the world’s most powerful natural antibiotic. And it can be a bit “tough “to use because it can lead to mild diarrhea as well as “aches and pains” similar to arthritis – presumably because of the high acid content. But I can put up with those side effects for a few days in order to deal with an infection. Most recommend taking Acidophilus or some similar probiotics) while taking either OLE or GSE (which I did). Why? Because both OLE and GSE are such effective natural antibiotics that they can diminish your intestine’s “good bacteria” – which you need for proper digestion.

Also, GSE should NOT be taken by: (1) anyone who may be allergic to grapefruit or (2) anyone who may be taking any of the various Statin drugs that are used to combat high cholesterol, or (3) anyone who may have a leg circulation problem (which is often indicated by edema or a fluid build-up in the legs or a swelling of the legs).

I also obtained a Grapefruit Seed Extract Nasal Sprayer for use when my nasal passages get “stuffy”. Why? Because when my nasal passages get “stuffy”, that can indicate either the beginning of a sinus infection or cold or just a reaction to pollen, or whatever. The GSE Nasal Sprayer works far better and faster (on those few occasions on which I have had to use use it) than the prescription sprayers/inhalers that I quit using long ago. The GSE Nasal Sprayer almost instantly wipes out the “stuffiness” and any sinus-type headache (which, for me, can be the first signs of a developing sinus infection or cold).

Needless to say, I am keeping my supply of these two all natural antibiotics – Olive Leaf Extract (OLE) and Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE) – on hand at all times. And I always have my Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE) Nasal Sprayer on hand, too.

The first time I used GSE and OLE, I used this particular Grapefruit Seed Extract – Nutribiotic GSE Liquid Concentrate – and this particular Standardized Olive Leaf Extract – Nature’s Way Standardized Olive Leaf Extract -. And even though I tried others later, I still prefer these.

Also, this is the GSE Nasal Spray – Nutribiotic GSE Nasal Spray – that I have used from the first time that I started to use a GSE nasal spray. Maybe you will find others that work better for you, and if you do, please let me know so that we share that info with readers.

I had over 50 sinus infections betwen 1994 and 2004, so I, personally, would rather deal with those infections without resorting to seeing a doctor yet again (who probably can’t see you for a week after you have become sick anyway). And besides, one can develop a dangerous immunity to prescription drug man-made antibiotics. But one does not become immune to the antibiotic effects of these fantastic natural antibiotics, Olive Leaf Extract (OLE) and Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE).

 

 

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