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  • Looking for anti-biotic alternative?

    Well i have lived in the Ft. Bragg area most of my life and over the years have made friends with many SF and Delta FOrce guys and gals. I have inquired of several of them about what to use for anti-biotics and was surprised when they suggested fish mox. I looked it up and got this
    100 tablets at 500mg each link is
    http://www10.shopping.com/xPO-Fish_M...g_100_Capsules

    I also found fish sulfa pow der. The SF medic buddy said it was fully human usable. Link is as follows
    http://www.animalworldnetwork.com/trsuca8ca.html#
    erythromycin,tetracycline are also available..related story at this link
    http://aquaticpath.umd.edu/news/#anchor14215930

    I have several stories about this, one is a governemnt report of drug prices human vs animal link as follows
    http://aquaticpath.umd.edu/news/#anchor14215930

    Well crap sorry but I cannot find the Dept of Defense study into the use of pet emds by soldiers. It determined that while the medicines were nearly identical to human prescriptions the soldiers did not use them correctly. The report even suggested that soldiers coaught using pets meds might be booted out of the army.

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    Make sure you are not allergic to sulfa that is what my son was in the hospital for very friggin dangerous
    the pack that plays together stays together

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    • #3
      Of course you do not want to take medicines you are allergic to. But this is hard to do without actually taking them.

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      • #4
        Thanks for the info cbprice. Am going to check out your links and info.

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        • #5
          I have no worries taking animal meds, but making measure of the fish product would be a little tricky for me. I mean this stuff is to be deluted in 5 gallons, 10 gallons of water for fish treatment.
          I wonder if a doc has broke that down in english for the human factor. I know I would like to get my hands on some Erythromycin. It is my antibiotic of choice if I am bad off.
          "And with a collection of minds and talent, they survived"

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          • #6
            Pathfinder, you can go to www.lambertvetsupply.com and order the fish antibiotics in capsule form. Go to the left hand side of the home page, click on OTC Pet Medications, then click on Antibiotics, then click on Non Prescription. They do not carry erythromycin but you may be able to use some of what is offered. I ordered 250mg of Amoxicillion about 8 months ago with no problem. Three weeks ago my dentist put me on Amoxicillin and came in the exact same capsule as the fish antibiotic.

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            • #7
              cool bean little one. I'll check it out!
              "And with a collection of minds and talent, they survived"

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              • #8
                I cant remember offhand but I think the same site that you looked at for the fish amoxicillin has ethrpmycin and tetracycline as well. CHeck it out

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                • #9
                  Thank you very much for this informaiton I am going to check this out.

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                  • #10
                    geeeeezzzzz dang drugs asistant hot line here very good info cb the reason i said that about the sulfa is a small trace amount can turn you beet red and the sulfa comes out your pores inturn burning your skin as well as burning your lips slowed breathing and extreme itching just wanted to share the down side but yes i agree better to have than not
                    the pack that plays together stays together

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                    • #11
                      do not use tetracycline that is out of date. Most meds lose potancy when old, some become dangerous to use. Tetracyclline is one of those I believe. I love the book DO IT YOURSELF Medicine. I found many meds through the recommendations of that book.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by DizzyLizard View Post
                        do not use tetracycline that is out of date. Most meds lose potancy when old, some become dangerous to use. Tetracyclline is one of those I believe. I love the book DO IT YOURSELF Medicine. I found many meds through the recommendations of that book.
                        Excellent.........
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                        • #13
                          http://www.health.harvard.edu/fhg/up...ate1103a.shtml here is a websight that we have found recently... Also spoke with an emt and coroner and they both advised that they would take the fish medications in a pinch
                          How Do You Like Me Now

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                          • #14
                            Sugar .... honey .... raw garlic .... turmeric .... thyme .... the application may determine the effectiveness of treatment.

                            O.W.
                            Things are seldom what they seem.

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                            • #15
                              Paintball,
                              I had printed that article a few months ago, but misplaced it. It was key in convincing my wife to stop tossing out any unused script drugs. Good stuff to know.


                              Thanks for the link!!!
                              The 12ga.... It's not just for rabbits anymore.

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