Do you, or someone close to you suffer from an MRSA infection?
If so, there is light at the end of the tunnel…
Allicin is the active ingredient in garlic, and due to its ability to kill MRSA (Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus) and a multitude of other bacterium and virus’, it has the scientists who have been working on an effective treatment for MRSA very excited!
In the past, Allicin has been unstable, meaning that it quickly became impotent and ineffective.
However, with technological advances over the last few years, scientists are now able to extract and stabilize Allicin.
Allicin International Limited, a UK based company, is the leader in this field and they produce high quality Allicin products with high potency.
Their US based “sister” company Allimax International Limited, offers the same high quality, high potency Allicin products, albeit with slightly different packaging.
When dealing with a serious bacterial or viral infection, you will want to use their Allimed range which has the highest mg of Allicin per capsule. If you can’t source the Allimed range (it can be difficult), you can use their “standard” 180mg range, you will just need to take more of the capsules
For example, instead of taking 2 of the 450mg Allicin capsules, you need to take 5 of the 180mg Allicin capsules.
Personally, during my own battle with MRSA, I had success with every one of their products which I tried, and I would highly recommend them to anyone suffering from MRSA.
So…lets take a look at what’s on offer…
- Allimed Capsules (450mg)
- Allicin Capsules (180mg)
- Allicin Cream (50ml)
- Allimed Gel
- Allimed Liquid (8oz)
All of the Allimed products contain high doses of Allicin and have been proven to be effective against all sorts of nasty’s… including MRSA.
The only product from the list above that I didn’t use is the liquid. I have used each of the other products with success against MRSA and as such, I would be surprised if the liquid was not as good as the other products.
So…is all the hype justified?
It sure is! I know it works for a fact because I have fully recovered from a serious MRSA infection.
Also, Dr Ron Cutler has studied the effectiveness of Allicin against MRSA and his findings were published in the British Journal Of Biomedical Science. You can click here to read the report.
For more information about the individual Allicin products, click on the product link in the list above.
I hope this advice helps you on your recovery from MRSA and feel free to leave a comment below.
Thanks for reading…