One of the most revolutionary ideas in human life and infections is an idea that many smart patients and some healers find Chinese. So let us take a moment to define this medical word that impacts everyone.
Simply, films collect on the surface of bacteria and molds in the human body and most other surfaces exposed to bacteria. These films can make an antibiotic or anti-fungal--worthless.
The current two most common approaches are both poor and poorly informed:
It is true 1/20 might "feel something" and at least the first two seem to have evidence to lower clotting. but that is not the point. This is not evidence of biofilm removal.
Others say just take "lactoferrin or xylitol mixed" which has eight pages of the facts of these two alone and in combination that is not guessing. And this is the research and not guesswork.
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What is a Biofilm?
The simple, scientific biofilm definition: any group of microorganisms in which cells stick to each other on a surface. They are typically inside a layer they create called “slime.”
Compare a biofilm to a fried egg. The yellow yolk in the center of the fried egg is the bacterial or fungal infection.
The larger white part that surrounds the yolk can be called the “biofilm.” It protects the inner infection, or yolk, from both antibiotics and the human immune system.
The outer edge of the egg shows some very small fried edges. They are easy to miss due to the size of the egg. We are going to pretend they are antibiotics, or infection-killing chemicals. They are useless due to the fact that they never get past the outer white edge of the egg. The egg white is like a wall to them.