(As seen in Procession Magazine)
It Isn' Routine, So Ask Your Doctor About This Test Today.....
The Medical Test That Might Keep You Healthy
by Zoo Knudsen
In the complex world of modern medicine, where the established ancient truths from traditional folk medicine, insight from manipulative practices, study of human energy fields, mind-body medicine advances, and the steady progress of the science-based examination of the natural world are sometimes difficult to keep up with, it's easy to get confused. But as the list of newly discovered scourges of humanity, from Morgellons syndrome to chronic Lyme disease, grows ever more long and deadly, it is becoming increasingly important for us to be aware of the latest medical tests, particularly the ones that are able to diagnose conditions with vague symptoms that are difficult to differentiate from stress or common age-related complaints.
This test may not be accepted by every single doctor practicing medicine in the world today, but few tests are. And with more and more people facing near certain death from medical errors, drug reactions, and not being treated holistically and naturally, being armed with the most up-to-date means of appropriately preventing or diagnosing a condition so that you can quickly seek the aid of a qualified Integrative Medicine specialist at your local academic hospital can make the difference between life and death. Your doctor may not be aware of this test, and your insurance company may consider it to be not "medically necessary", but here is why you owe it to yourself to seek it out by any means necessary.
Serum Antibiotic Level
This is a simple blood test that can tell you if your level of antibiotics is high enough. Studies have shown that low peak and trough levels of antibiotics can have disasterous health effects, with patients dying from illnesses such as meningococcal meningitis, MRSA pneumonia, and Legionnaires Disease. You may think that yours is high enough, but some experts have questioned the effectiveness of antibacterial soaps and lotions, and the frequent prescribing of systemic antibiotics for viral infections, in maintaining appropriate serum levels over the long haul. It is important to understand that not every antibiotic works for all conditions, so focusing on stable levels of a variety of them is the key. Talk to your doctor for help raising your levels. And if they are in the pocket of the medical-industrial complex, the internet and/or Mexican pharmacies are excellent and safe options.