I was diagnosed with meningicocal septicemia twenty years ago, I had it for six weeks before it was diagnosed. I am sure that my alcoholic state was a contributary factor that enabled me to survive for such along period this is registered on my medical records. As a fish worker I have often contracted fish poisoning through being stabbed by fins and by filleting knives, the poisoning leaves a red line up the arm and a swelling in the armpit. Instead of taking antibiotics I/we can rid ourselves of this infection by simply drinking a bottle of whisky (70cl), it seems to kill the bacteria leaving us to work whilst suffering nothing more than a sore head. Could there be any research concerning the use of alcohol as an antibacterium. I would be interested to read any replys.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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