Anti Biotics From Cow Dung / Ox Dung:
They seek it here they seek it there.
The elusive perfect soil for anti biotic culture. They should look in cow pastures. Or better still use pure dried cow pats to grow their cultures.
In the Himalayas people use dried ox dung for cooking, heating and baking. They also live to be over 125 years old. On average.
When I was around 12-13 years of age one Gordon Buchan lost the rag with me one day playing football, because he couldn’t take the ball off me, and knocked a chunk of flesh out of my leg, which refused to heal.
One Saint Peter came along and said “See that cow dung? Rub a little on the wound. Best anti biotic you can have.”)
It worked a treat.
Wilbur Smith the author, who writes often of Africa, tells stories of Africans using dung or urine to heal wounds. ‘never seen a wound cauterize so quickly’ he added as an author’s note in one case, where he’d witnessed this himself first hand.
Quote From This BBC Page “Back to soil
The researchers, at the Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, turned to the source of nearly all antibiotics – soil.
This is teeming with microbes, but only 1% can be grown in the laboratory.” I heard a little on BBC Radio 4.
Dairy cows or breeding cows, because they are so pampered they are pure. Try your anti biotic culture in this pasture soil. (Domesticated pigs, no use)
“The blood of the lamb slain from the foundation of the earth,” instead.
Ed Says: “Is this why living in the farming country is healthier Gordon?”
Gordon Says: “Absolutely Ed. Never seen a farmer, or his wife and kids, not clarted with animal / chicken sh*t every day, on small cuts also, and they always remain healthy.”
It’s beginning to look bad for vegans and supermarkets. It’s an ecological disaster on a huge scale, creeping in slowly.