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LymeNut
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Where do these bacteria come from and how did they get inside of nostrils in the first place? MARCoNS is a bacteria,not a yeast/fungus.
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a lowered immune system?
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Just tested positive I am doing nasal spray called biocidin and then on to a compounded spray that is antibiotics.

As to your question , it is my understanding most everyone has this,contagious?

With compromised immune you get a bigger term load and symptoms.
Part of Dr. Shoemakers biotoxin pathway , staph is a player in biotoxin illnesses.

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Stephen Buhner's response:

Marcons is not new, I have been writing about multiple-resistant staph over 15 years.

As to biofilms: ALL bacteria that can, do make biofilms.

It is just one of the methods they use to protect themselves and they have been doing it for, well, many millions of years.

Plants and all living organisms have developed methods to respond to biofilms, just as they have developed methods to deal with antibiotic resistance mechanisms such as efflux pumps.

The human body is filled with bacterial organisms and they all interact with each other.

Coinfection with bartonella (for example) does make treatment of lyme more difficult but it does not make it impossible.

You don’t have to eliminate the bartonella before you can treat the lyme.

Nor do you have to eliminate the staph before you can treat the lyme.

The claims I have read about Marcons are more extreme than I can comfortably endorse.

Nearly everyone has resistant staph in their nose – that is part of the function of the nose (and various organs in the throat and the sinuses, and . . . ), that is, to intercept infectious bacteria.

If it really bothers you, 30 days of a cryptolepis/aida actua/alchornea tincture regimen (from woodlandessence.com) will clear it up quite nicely.

Or its use as a nasal spray.

Terminalia is a good herb and it is active against staph, so use it as well if you want to.

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But has any one noticed that LLMDs have never actually said the words describing what actually "causes" MARCoNS? I am assuming it is a lowered immune system but what medical practitioner has even mentioned the cause? They all talk about the after-effects...
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I make a spray with silver ,gse,and xylitol..kinda keeps it down...

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