Multiple Antibiotic Resistant Coagulase Negative Staphylococci (MARCoNS)
MARCoNS is a deeply residing antibiotic resistant staph infection found at the back of the nose and in the sinus cavities of 80% of Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) sufferers who have lowered MSH (Melanocyte Stimulating Hormone), a pituitary gland produced, neuropeptide.
Once in residence, MARCoNS lowers MSH (Melanocyte Stimulating Hormone) further. This lowering is disastrous, because when in the appropriate range, MSH offers numerous protections and functions to effectively regulate the body. Once MSH falls too low these regulatory processes are interrupted.
MSH plays an important role in modulating Inflammation, heart function, smooth muscle contraction, UV skin protection, neuron repair, urination, weight control, sleep cycles, gut endothelial integrity and the stress response. This is not an exhaustive list but indicates the far reaching effects if this hormone is not present in sufficient quantity.
It is vital that a MARCoNS test, by deep nasal swab sample is undertaken by every confirmed CIRS patient, so that effective treatment can be initiated if the swab is positive.
Collection kits for nasal swab testing, to detect MARCoNS, are available from Microbiology DX in America. This can be ordered online and the swab taken to your Physician who will perform the test which you can then return, with payment for processing. Normal post can be used from Australia to America.
If a positive result is delivered then a protocol involving biofilm busting with Serrapeptase capsules or EDTA nasal spray must be undertaken prior to killing the MARCoNS. Once the biofilms protecting the MARCoNS are eradicated then Hydrolysed Silver nasal spray is the recommended therapy to kill the resistant staph infection. Some MARCoNS sufferers use an even more potent Silver spray called ARGENTYN 23.
When treatment has finished it is important to retest, using another swab sampled by a Physician, with Microbiology DX to ascertain the success of your protocol.
MARCoNS is extremely difficult to eradicate and sometimes therapy will be required for up to 2 years. The shortest reported treatment time for ridding a patient of this scourge is one month. The best success is reported to come from consistently applying the MARCoNS Protocol.