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Useful Bacteria in the Human Body?

02/11/2009 1:19 AM

I know there are independent bacteria throughout the systems of the human body and on the surface of it, i.e. on our skin. Some are good for us and some are bad. What are some of the most necessary good bacteria inside and on us, and what useful functions are they serving ? (I'd like the scientific names of the organisms (so I can google image them), and a special focus on some that are not in the digestive track.)

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02/11/2009 11:36 AM

Google could help you in about .32 seconds.

Results 1 - 10 of about 285,000 for useful skin bacteria. (0.32 seconds

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02/11/2009 11:10 PM
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Re: Useful Bacteria in the Human Body?

02/12/2009 2:41 PM

Essentially all the bacteria that occurs naturally on or within our bodies serves a purpose, and at the same time most of the infections people get sick from are caused by bacteria living on or within our bodies, e.g. streptococcus, e.coli, etc.. The real problem arises when there is an imbalance and the bacteria begin to grow uncontrolled, or bacteria from one environment of the body gain access to another environment. Think of your body like the rain forest of Brazil, except instead of animals we are talking about bacteria. It is in and of itself a complexed ecosystem that we manipulate constantly.

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Re: Useful Bacteria in the Human Body?

04/09/2009 1:31 PM

Your wrong answer. he looking for germs not in tummy.

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Re: Useful Bacteria in the Human Body?

04/09/2009 3:28 PM

Hi,

the only good ones I know are "lactobazillus" with many subtypes.

The many bad ones: more than 400 found to live in our mouth - most unknown which hazard.

I had analysed recently those that live between teeth and not adherent gum:

categorised from "very pathogenic" in 5 grades down to "not pathogenic".

But: "not pathogenic" is not a sufficient declaration that there is no problem. One especially bad example seems to be "actinomyces viscosus". Seems to produce a very unusual mucus (not highly viscous but more rubber-like, blocking breathing and initiating inflammation).

So I need anti-swelling spray at night; antibiotics do not have longer lasting results.

Any experience from somebody what to try?

RHABE

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06/20/2009 2:31 PM

I just bought for my general use mesosilver. Give it a try. It might help your problem. http://www.purestcolloids.com/mesosilver.htm You have lot of info there, so check the site, and site they link to for more info. Looks promising to me.

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06/22/2009 4:56 AM

Thank you for the link,

did you gain some experience?

The main problem is: how to concentrate for hours (6 to 12h) in the teeth to gum areas?

Tinfluoride (in some toothpastes) is working pretty well, also gallium-salts and organo-gallium. The latter has only a very limited solubility but nonetheless is washed away within minutes.

So to find a sticking thickening agent (old type chewing gum?), any ideas?

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Re: Useful Bacteria in the Human Body?

06/17/2010 2:52 AM

can anybody tell me where to buy aspergillus niger, penicilium sp, pantoea sp, azospirilium sp & streptomyces sp raw? is there someone sells them in the world? i really need it for my study

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