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Posted by Ted (Bangkok, Thailand) on 10/20/2008 391 posts

... Hi! Recently MRSA of the rectum was cured which is pretty serious, about 5 cm at least where MRSA nearly killed the woman. I believe milk of magnesia should relieve an MRSA condition if it does exist in the scalp. However, in this condition it is applied for maybe 15-30 minutes and then rinse off, to prevent the drying effect inherent in the milk of magnesia. Perhaps for 1-3 days. The milk of magnesia will dry up the MRSA quickly enough. However, some fish oil supplements, b complex and especially magnesium supplements (magnesium citrate) and baking soda is most important. The baking soda can be 1/4 teaspoon to 1/2 teaspoon in a glass of water, taken internally twice a day.To kill MRSA, alkalization and magnesium are the key components. B complex helps the skin and fish oil reduces the irritation and inflammation and are taken internally. The dose is 250 mg of magnesium citrate, or preferably powdered form, or can be chewed to increase absorption. I prefer magnesium chloride, although that's generally harder to obtain. B complex is also synergistic with the magnesium, especially the B6. Additional variations of milk of magnesia is possible with xylitol and ammonium chloride added. Xylitol added prevents attachment of bacteria to healthy skin, and prevents their colonies from forming. This is also true of mannitol, d-mannose, and generally polyol sugars. Iodine has some effects of this also, but I haven't experimented directly on MRSA, but some other people did with milk of magnesia with lugols solution. Although I didn't get results for that specific one, but it did work too when the general milk of magnesia was used, regardless of the other additions.

The remedy that I used was only an 8% solution of magnesium hydroxide, which is actually a Milk of Magnesia, which contains 8% solution of magnesium hydroxide and the rest is water, with maybe a tiny amount of peppermint added in the product.

When applied frequently the MRSA just dried up and gone within about 2 days. This is so far the best MRSA I can come up with, which seems to exist in area of the buttocks, groin and other areas where moisture is high, and pressure is high from the bed. Milk of Magnesia has several unusual property, which is why I used it. First it's pH is 10, where MRSA don't survive if pH is over 9. The second is the magnesium hydroxide is poorly absorbed because of its limited solubility. The third amazing property is that when it is applied is very soothing.

As a warning, one of the enthusiast found this out and didn't follow my direction, and used almost entirely magnesium hydroxide powder, with small amount of water. Hence they overdone it and that caused skin to dry up and crack. And it's going to take many days to undo this problem. Obviously it did kill MRSA, within hours, but this is not the way I wanted because you end up treating the side effects of drying problem because of not following directions concerning the mix of the application.

In event Magnesium hydroxide was acquired, if milk of magnesia is not found at a drug store only 8 grams plus 100 cc of water is used, making it less than 8% concentration and this solution is applied frequently enough until the MRSA dies. Before use, all milk of magnesia product, and even those where we prepared with ourself has to be well shaken or at least well stirred before use. Then it is applied.

To make the solution more effective, a 10% xylitol maybe added. In case there is fungus opportunistic factor a 1% - 5% ammonium chloride is added to the solution. I believe milk of magnesia may well be the best cure for MRSA there is, because of its speed in reversing MRSA condition. Some have actually used a small amount of borax to the solution to further help kill the MRSA. I have no way of knowing how well borax works, but I did used sodium chloride and xylitol added to the milk of magnesia.

In fact I liked it so much, I might spray on the bed with a light mist in the room to kill any other potential bacteria and fungus, since my room is pretty polluted as I live practically speaking on a ceiling with a cheap leaky roof where fungus, bacteria just creeps into my room constantly.

As a reminder, I don't use any remedy exclusively if I happen to be having MRSA, I might also be taking plenty of magnesium supplements (calcium however encourage their growth), baking soda to alkalize, as well as curcumin to discourage their growth. In the final stage of the healing some aloe vera cream is applied to help with regeneration.

In any event. I see a lot of potential future for milk of magnesia in skin applications, especially MRSA, as well as eczema where the condition is mostly from excess oil of the skin or stickiness, as well as certain applications of itchy armpits, neck and groin area, where these area are known for their moisture and stickiness.


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