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Bacteria 1 Test Kit

The energy patterns of MRSA, various staph bacteria, whooping cough, meningitis, escherichia coli, clostridium difficile etc.
56 vials.

Bacteria 1 Test Kit

Ref: 8003

£58.25

 

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Bacteria in blood stream

  • Detailed Description

    The energy patterns of MRSA, various staph bacteria, whooping cough, meningitis, escherichia coli, clostridium difficile etc. 56 vials for use in the protocols of EAV, NAET, energy practitioners, etc.


    BCT 1    Acinetobacter    
    Respiratory symptoms, nosocomial infections.    
    Ubiquitous in environment.

    BCT 2    Actinomyces     
    Liver abscess, fever, abdominal pain, actinomycosis.    
    Actinomyces Israelii commensal of human mouth.

    BCT 3    Bacilli Gram Positive and Negative
            
    BCT 4    Bacillus Megaterium    
    Meningitis.    
    Present in the throats of about 10% of the population.

    BCT 5    Bacillus Subtilus    
    Produces sticky yellow patches on bread.
        
    BCT 6    Bordetella Pertussis    
    Whooping cough.
        
    BCT 7    Borrelia Burgdorferi    
    Lyme disease (Lyme Borreliosis).    
    Vector is a tick which is dependent on wild rodents and deer.

    BCT 8    Brucella Abortus    
    Influenza- like symptoms, fever, arthritis, headaches, irritability, insomnia and confusion, septicemia.    From cattle; unpasteurised dairy products.

    BCT 9    Campylobacter    
    Food poisoning, diarrhoea.    
    On increase.  Types C. jejuni and c. fetus; found in raw meat, untreated water and unpasteurised dairy products.

    BCT 10    Clostridium Botulinum    
    Botulism, muscle paralysis, vomiting, tiredness, food poisoning.Caused by the neurotoxin of CB.

    BCT 11    Clostridium Tetani    
    Muscle rigidity followed by spasmodic muscle contraction with pallor and sweating.
    Found in soil.

    BCT 12    Clostridium Welchii
    Cellulitis.
        
    BCT 13    Cocci Gram Positive and Negative
            
    BCT 14    Corynebacterium Diphtheriae    
    Diphtheria tonsillitis/ pharyngitis, croup.
        
    BCT 15    Escherichia Coli / E Coli    
    Meningitis in babies, diarrhoea, liver abscess, fever, abdominal pain, urinary tract infection.
    Commensal of human intestine; found in raw and undercooked meat, raw vegetables and unpasteurised milk.

    BCT 16    Gardnerella Vaginalis    
    Occasionally slightly smelly, non-itchy discharge.    
    Commensal of female vagina

    BCT 17    Haemophilus Influenzae    
    Conjunctivitis, difficulty in breathing, sinusitis, otitis media, pneumonia, meningitis in children.    Commensal in human upper respiratory tract. 6 types; type b causes meningitis.

    BCT 18    Helicobacter Pylori    
    Gastritis, dyspepsia, peptic ulcer, possibly gastric cancer.

    Over 80% of individuals infected with the bacterium are asymptomatic and it may play an important role in the natural stomach ecology.
        
    BCT 19    Legionella Pneumophila    
    Respiratory symptoms, pus in lungs, lung abscess, Legionnaires’ disease, hepatitis.    
    Nosocomial infection; a widespread naturally occurring aquatic organism, transmitted by airborne droplets often from air-conditioning units.

    BCT 20    Leptospiria    
    High fever, headache, myalgia, conjunctivitis, Weil’s disease.    
    Transmitted by rodents and infected water.2 sub-species.

    BCT 21    Listeria Monocytogenes    
    Meningitis in babies.    
    Unpasteurised dairy products and inadequately cooked meat, ubiquitous in soil.

    BCT 22    Mycobacterium Bovis
    Pneumonia, tuberculosis.
        
    BCT 23    Mycobacterium Leprae    
    Leprosy.    
    Endemic in Africa, India, SE Asia, Central and South America.

    BCT 24    Mycobacterium Tuberculosis    
    T.B., conjunctivitis, sinusitis, pneumonia, childhood pneumonia, tuberculosis, chronic hepatitis, urinary tract infection.
        
    BCT 25    Mycoplasma Pneumoniae    
    Croup, otitis media, pus in lungs, childhood pneumonia,  acute hepatitis    
    Commensal of human respiratory tract.

    BCT 26    Neisseria Gonorrhoea    
    Gonorrhea, conjunctivitis, tonsillitis/ pharyngitis, pain on passing urine, discharge, pain in abdomen.    

    BCT 27    Neisseria Meningitidis / Meningococcus
    Conjunctivitis, tonsillitis/ pharyngitis, pneumonia, meningitis, meningitis in children.    
    In western countries group B is predominant organism followed by C. Group A in parts of Africa, Middle East and India.

    BCT 28    Pseudomonas Aeruginosa    
    Urinary tract infection, respiratory symptoms, otitis media, lung abscess, meningitis in babies, wound infection.   
    Commensal of human intestinal flora. Commonly associated with carotid arteries.

    BCT 29    Salmonella    
    Food poisoning, diarrhoea.    
    On increase; found in raw meat, poultry, eggs, raw unwashed vegetables, unpasteurised dairy products.

    BCT 30    Salmonella Paratyphi    
    Typhoid.3 types (A, B & C).

    BCT 31    Salmonella Typhi    
    Typhoid fever, liver abscess, fever, abdominal pain, food poisoning.
        
    BCT 32    Shigella    
    Diarrhoea, bacillary dysentery.    4 sub-groups: S. dysenteriae (developing countries), S. flexneri (developing countries), S. boydii, S. sonnei (endemic in developed countries).

    BCT 33    Staphylococcus  Aureus    
    Respiratory symptoms, conjunctivitis, styes, difficulty in breathing, otitis media, pus in lungs, pneumonia, childhood pneumonia, breathlessness, chest pain, endocarditis, meningitis in elderly, brain abscess, cellulitis,  food poisoning, liver abscess, fever, abdominal pain, urinary tract infection.    
    Common skin commensal; some strains are now becoming antibiotic resistant.

    BCT 34    Staphylococcus Epidermidis    
    Breathlessness, chest pain, endocarditis, urinary tract infection.
        
    BCT 35    Streptococcus  Lactis

    Found commonly as a contaminant in milk and dairy products; a common cause of souring and coagulation of milk; some strains produce nisin, a powerful antibiotic that inhibits growth of many other gram-positive organisms.
            
    BCT 36    Streptococcus Agalaciae    
    Neonatal infection, septicaemia, meningitis, nosocomial infection.    
    Commensal in intestine and female genital tract.

    BCT 37    Streptococcus Mutans
    Dental caries.
        
    BCT 38    Streptococcus Pneumoniae    
    Conjunctivitis, difficulty in breathing, sinusitis, otitis media, pus in lungs, pneumonia, childhood pneumonia, meningitis, meningitis in elderly and children, brain abscess; associated with increased risk of fatal heart complications including heart failure and heart attacks. 
    Commensal of human upper respiratory tract.

    BCT 39    Streptococcus Pyogenes    
    sore throat, tonsillitis/ pharyngitis, difficulty in breathing, sinusitis, otitis media, pus in lungs, lung abscess, pneumonia, rheumatic fever, scarlet fever, impetigo, cellulitis, liver abscess, fever, abdominal pain, toxic shock, septicaemia.    

    BCT 40    Streptococcus Viridans    
    Breathlessness, chest pain, endocarditis.
        
    BCT 41    Vibrio Cholera    

    Cholera.    
    Growing problem in S America, Middle East, Africa and Asia.

    BCT 42    Yersinia Pestis
    Pneumonia, plague.
        
    BCT43    Anthrax / Bacillus Anthracis    
    Affects the skin and lungs.    spread from livestock; extremely rare in developed countries; but a possible agent of biological warfare.

    BCT44    MRSA/
    Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus    
    A version of staph aureus that is resistant to antibiotics; can cause death particularly in weakened people.    Most cases occur in hospital patients.

    BCT45    Bacillus Cereus    
    Food poisoning.    Often associated with fried rice that has been cooked and then held at warm temperatures for several hours.

    BCT46    Clostridium Perfringens   
    Pneumonia.    
    Widely distributed in the environment and frequently occurs in the intestines of humans and many domestic and feral animals.

    BCT47    Enterobacter Aerogenes        
    Found in human digestive tract.

    BCT48    Klebsiella Pneumoniae    
    Urinary tract infections.    
    Pneumonia and urinary tract infections; tends to affect people with underlying diseases, particularly in hospital.

    BCT49    Micrococcus Luteus        
    Inhabits mammalian skin; opportunistic infection.

    BCT50    Proteus Vulgaris
    Urinary tract infections.
        
    BCT51    Salmonella Enteritidis    
    Fever, abdominal cramps, and diarrhoea.    From contaminated eggs.

    BCT52    Streptococcus Mitis / Streptococcus Mitior

    Part of the normal mammal flora; found in mouth, throat, and nasopharynx. Can cause endocarditis.

    BCT53    Borrelia Vincent    
    Causes severe ulcerating gingivitis (trench mouth).    
    Typically found in those with poor oral hygiene but can also occur as a result of stress, cigarette smoking and poor nutrition; also can be found in those with serious illnesses.

    BCT54    Clostridium Difficile / C Difficile    
    Diarrhoea, colitis, peritonitis.    
    Often a problem after normal gut flora is eradicated by the use of antibiotics ; infection often occurs in hospital and in nursing homes; some adults have low numbers of the bacteria without any symptoms; common in the intestine of babies and infants, but does not cause disease because its toxins do not damage their immature intestinal cells.

    BCT55    Mycobacterium Paratuberculosis    
    Found in the intestinal tract of some people with Crohn’s disease (about 7.5% of those studied); found in less than 1% of healthy individuals (Food Safety Authority of Ireland).In the USA, 40% of large dairy herds are infected with Mycobacterium paratuberculosis; can survive pasteurisation.

    BCT56    Neisseria Catarrhalis/ Moraxella Catarrhalis / Micrococcus Catarrhalis / Branhamella Catarrhalis
    A common cause of otitis media and sinusitis and an occasional cause of laryngitis; causes bronchitis or pneumonia in children and adults with underlying chronic lung disease.    
    Commensal in nasopharyx.
     

  • Comments

    Many more of the bacteria associated with Lyme’s disease are available in the Lyme Plus Kit.

     

    Bacteria are abundant in air, soil and water. Some are beneficial (e.g. those living in intestine and breaking down food) and some are harmless to humans. Bacteria that are harmful are known as pathogens. Three main categories: cocci (spherical), bacilli (rod-shaped) and spirochaetes or spirilla (spiral-shaped). Bacteria can grow in an inert medium. Susceptible to antibiotics.

    Commensal means the bacteria normally lives in or on the body and is considered medically to be harmless
    Nosocomial infection is an infection contracted in hospital.
     

  • Why Buy This Kit?

    In the popular mind viruses are often seen as being more deadly than bacteria, but most of the most intransigent illnesses are as a result of bacterial infection.

    It is easy to think solely of bacteria in relation to acute infection, food poisoning and respiratory problems, but bacteria can have much wider implications than that. For example, streptococcus mutans is implicated in tooth decay, and helicobacter pylori in peptic ulcers.

    Some bacteria are beneficial. There are bacteria in the gut that produce some B vitamins and vitamin K. Some bacteria provide a protective acid mantle on the skin.

    Jane's book Energy Mismatch will give you more insights and also teach you a simple method of rebalancing the body for bacterial problems. (You need to be able to muscle test or dowse to use this procedure.)

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