MRSA bacteria causes MRSA infections about 1.3% of the time.
Cortisone shots cause MRSA infections about 4.4% of the time… in people with a knee surgery who had a cortisone shot within a year.
That is, if we can even trust the science and their reporting, and in many cases, we cannot. They often hide the true stats.
How does cortisone cause a flesh wasting infection?
- Cortisone and cortisol are flesh destroying hormones; that is not an accident nor overstatement nor side effect. Flesh wasting is their primary function, it’s a 100% of the time effect, the only question is now much destruction. The body needs to destroy and consume its own flesh while going without food, while fasting, to survive. Bodybuilders know this. And it’s openly admitted in all the literature that cortisone destroys flesh.
- Cortisone reduces immunity, and suppresses the immune system. Again, this is not a side effect, this is a primary effect, it is the function. They use cortisone to halt and suppress the immune response. In suppressing immunity, it suppresses inflammation as a side effect. But they often lie and say it the other way around, cortisone is used suppress inflammation, and by the way, cortisone also suppresses immunity as a side effect.
- Cortisone raises blood sugar. They often lie about this, too, saying cortisone “controls” blood sugar. No, it raises it. Diabetics should be especially concerned about this effect. Diabetics are also prone to gangrene, and necrotizing fasciitis other flesh wasting diseases.
- The primary function of fungals is to decay biological material, to consume flesh. Cortisone is not only a natural substance in the body, but it is also a metabolite of a fungus, and cortisone is produced by fungus, by yeast, in its industrial manufacture. Cortisone is not just a molecule, it is a biologic, it is made by fungus.
- MRSA is “methcillin” resistant bacteria. Methcillin is of the family of pennicillin, which are fungal based antibacterials. MRSA is thus resistant to fungal antibacterials. MRSA bacteria is bacteria that can live among a fungus, no wonder it is fungal resistant. MRSA bacteria might very well be living among cortisone, but I can’t prove that, but it might be the case.
- Doctors often use both cortisone and antibacterials at the same time, to try to prevent an infection, during surgery. They don’t always say that.
- Cortisone is contraindicated if a person has an active fungal infection. Cortisone should not be used in such cases. Many times, doctors do not ask about, nor test for, active fungal infections, or candida problems.
- Fungal based antibacterials often cause fungal infections afterwards, as a side effect. But no wonder, put fungals in, and you get a fungal infection, it’s no mystery or side effect, it’s cause and effect.
- It is well known that cortisone causes infections. They are just very careful to never say cortisone causes MRSA infections. They do admit that 55% to 70% of all hospital infections are MRSA infections.
- MRSA is classified as either a hospital acquired MRSA or community acquired MRSA. Cortisone is used in both locations. In hospitals, coritzone is often used during surgery. In the community, you can buy many over the counter cortisone based creams. In the hospital, MRSA is often found at the surgical site. In the community MRSA is often a skin infection, right where the coritsone cream “isn’t working”.
- All the news we have ever read say that fungal-based antibiotics are causing the rise of MRSA. Is it really a stretch to say that fungal-based cortisone, the primary function of which is the destruction of the flesh is causing the flesh destroying MRSA infections? It’s actually completely obvious, but why does nobody say it?
Low coritsone is a problem called “adrenal insufficiency”. The symptoms are exactly like dehydration. So maybe it’s not adrenal insufficiency at all, maybe it’s just dehydration. The solution to dehydration is salt, electrolytes, and water. Salt is often indicated for low functioning adrenals. The best way to stimulate the body’s own release of cortisol and cortisone is through fasting, or intermittent fasting. The body must secrete cortisol/cortisone to consume it’s own flesh as a source of fuel.
If you were entirely Satanic, and if you wanted to hurt people, one of the best ways would be to take a person who is already hurting, and to inject them with cortisone. It would do damage to an area that is already damaged, which would be a perfect disguise for the harm that you caused. As a bonus, by destroying the nerves, and possibly dissolving bone spurs, and by reducing inflammation, and causing temporary pain relief, you could say “I tried, and the person got some relief and it was a mild success, but the person was already in bad shape when I tried to help, so it’s not my fault.”
Several more points have come to me since writing this, this morning. 1. Cortisone increases blood sugar. Fungals feed on sugar. 2. MRSA infections may well be fungal infections first, and the fungal resistant bacteria is something extra on top of it. MRSA bacteria may well not be coincidental, and perhaps incidental, but not primarily causal, but simply natural to find in the presence of a fungal infection. 3. If MRSA is simply a fungal infection (plus MRSA), then certainly a fungal antbiotic is like adding fuel to the fire, which explains why it does not work. 4. If MRSA is simply a fungal infection (plus MRSA), this explains why the three antifungals of iodine, boron, and colloidal silver, reportedly work to kill MRSA. It may be their duel anti fungal and anti bacterial powers that make all three of them work against MRSA, which is a combo fungal and bacterial infection. 5. Coffee increases cortisol levels. From too much coffee, it’s said people can risk adrenal burnout. But coffee is also a diuretic, and is dehydrating. Adrenal insufficiency has the same symptoms as dehydration. If the third cup of coffee during the day is not creating the increased cortisol that one wants, the solution may well be a cup of salt water to restore hydration levels and raise cortisol appropriately.
I found an interesting page https://www.hcup-us.ahrq.gov/reports/statbriefs/sb212-MRSA-Hospital-Stays-California-2013.jsp It has a table. Table 1. Characteristics of patients with one or more MRSA hospitalizations by clinical condition associated with MRSA in California, 2013 These things are: Septicemia / Pneumonia / Cellulitis or skin ulcers Complications of surgery or medical care. Cortisone is prescribed for all of these. Google “septicemia cortisone”, etc., and you will see. MRSA is a “flesh wasting” disease. Cortisone is the flesh wasting hormone. NOT a coincidence.
Cortisone causes MRSA. This appears to be a situation ripe for class action lawsuits.