Written by DML
I warn you, if you don’t like hospitals then the video below is not for you.
The video is from the investigative team at SKY NEWS. The team entered an ER in Italy, and came away showing the struggle doctors have in saving people infected with COVID-19. The footage was grabbed during a small tour inside a hospital in Bergamo, Italy, also known as the city hit worst by COVID-19.
The 50-minute video highlights doctors and medical staff desperately fighting to help wall to wall patients, many of them barely about to breathe at the Papa Giovanni XXIII hospital.
The video (see below) has nearly 8,000,000 views since Thursday. It shows an emergency room transformed into an intensive-care unit because the regular ICU is already full.
The country of Italy has the second oldest population in the world, and this is one reason why the country has been hit hardest by the virus when measuring the amount of people who have died.
In the video, one of the doctors explains that COVID-19 is less like the flu, and more like a severe chronic pneumonia. Thus, making it more dangerous and difficult to treat.
Before watching the video, I ask you to consider some of what I have been saying over the past few weeks: Based on my own research and interviews with doctors and experts, I have come to understand how important it is for people to have a strong immune system, especially when facing COVID-19.
In Australia, a woman in her 40’s was hospitalized with COVID-19 last week. But she was released after just three days, leaving the medical center totally recovered. Fox News reported the story, stating how doctors found that a strong immune system was the woman’s greatest defense when battling the virus.
With the above in mind, I continue to push a very important study that I wish more people, especially those at the CDC and FDA, would look to for answers. We need to do more than just wash our hands and stay indoors when possible. There has to be more emphasis on the immune system!
Take note: Researchers recently did a study that shows CBD can fight off certain types of bacteria. The researchers told WebMD that CBD was extremely effective against gram-positive bacteria. Gram-positive bacteria cause pneumonia.
The following passages are taken from the WebMD article about the study. Included are quotes from the researcher: “The first thing we looked at is CBD’s ability to kill bacteria. In every case, CBD had a very similar potency to that of common antibiotics.”
The researchers tested the CBD against some strains of staphylococcus, which cause skin infections, and streptococcus, which cause strep throat. They compared how effective CBD was compared to common antibiotics, such as vancomycin and daptomycin. “We looked at how quickly the CBD killed the bacteria. It’s quite fast, within 3 hours, which is pretty good. Vancomycin (Vancocin) kills over 6 to 8 hours.”
The CBD also disrupted the biofilm, the layer of ”goop” around bacteria that makes it more difficult for the antibiotic to penetrate and kill.
Finally, the lab studies showed that “CBD is much less likely to cause resistance than the existing antibiotics,” Blaskovich says.
Brandon Novy, a microbiology researcher at Reed College in Portland, OR, calls the study findings ”very promising,” since the results show the bacteria were not able to form resistance to the CBD, and since the bacteria were not able to form a biofilm. Both findings are important. “The biofilm is an important part of the whole infection process,” he says. “It helps the bacteria attach [to whatever surface or host] and survive.”
Watch the Sky broadcast below, and then find beneath the video find a special offer to get my DML PURE CBD products that can help the immune system. Keep in mind that I have used DML PURE CBD softgels and MIRACLE ME CBD every single day without a miss. I have not been sick in over a year. I have not as much as a head cold in 18 months, and that is super relevant considering I meet with large groups of people on a regular basis.
HERE IS THE VIDEO: