Volume 3, Issue 45
November 25, 2010

Why antibiotics don’t cure
chronic sinusitis

Recurring sinusitis is one of the easiest chronic conditions to cure. Ask most doctors and they’ll agree. They simply prescribe an antibiotic and, poof, it’s cured. Or is it?

For 25 years, I’ve been saying that antibiotics don’t cure sinusitis. In fact, not only will they not cure chronic or recurrent sinus conditions, they will actually make them worse. Now the Mayo clinic is starting to get the idea.

Why don’t antibiotics cure sinusitis? According to the Mayo Clinic, it’s because the cause of most chronic sinus infections is not a bacteria.

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It's a fungus. And, as we all know, antibiotics don’t cure fungal infections. They worsen them!

According to the Mayo researchers, their studies indicate that fungus is likely the cause of nearly every chronic sinus condition. The researchers studied 210 patients with chronic sinusitis, and discovered fungus in 96% of them. They discovered 40 different kinds of fungi, with an average of 2.7 different types in each patient! How did all of these fungal infections develop?

Well, that’s where this story gets really interesting. There’s only one known cause — the persistent use of antibiotics.

So if you are one of the many people who suffer from this condition, please do one thing right now. Stop using antibiotics. And if your doctor has you using a steroid nasal spray such as Nasonase, stop that too.

Steroids also cause fungal infections. Sure they decrease the symptoms from the infections. But they actually make the infection worse!

As I said earlier, chronic sinusitis is one of the easiest chronic problems to cure. Now that you know antibiotics won’t do it, see a doctor who knows how to treat fungi naturally. He can cure many cases with Prolozone (an oxygen treatment I developed) in only one treatment. Other cases require a change in diet. And still others require homeopathic nasal solutions.

Regardless of the treatment you need, there is a simple cure. And it’s not antibiotics.

Hoping you have a happy and healthful Thanksgiving,

Frank Shallenberger, MD

PS. If you’re a doctor and want to know how to use these treatments to cure sinusitis, please come to my OrthoMitochondrial seminar series. You will learn about these treatments and a whole lot more. Details are at www.ozonecourse.com.

REF: Mayo Clinic Study Implicates Fungus As Cause Of Chronic Sinusitis, ScienceDaily (Sep. 10, 1999.


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