1st Line - KIB500


 

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1st Line is a new way to fight infections in our increasingly antibiotic - resistant world. It is a specially developed supplement that boosts the body’s natural defences through molecules known as thiocyanates ions. 1st Line is a unique alternative to taking an antibiotic for infections, because it destroys all types of infections, including viruses, without any harmful side effects.Thiocyanates are naturally produced in the body, and help to fight against unwanted bacteria, viruses, yeasts and fungi – none of which are responsive to antibiotics. Unlike taking an antibiotic for infections, thiocyanates do not attack normal healthy bacteria, and therefore, do not leave the body in a weakened state of immunity for several weeks.

The 1st Line kit has been developed as a safe and healthy alternative to an antibiotic treatment. It consists of a four part enzymatic kit that provides 25mg of thiocyanates ions in half a litre of water. 1st Line can be used to treat all number of infections, including some of the most common, such as listeria, salmonella, streptococcus, herpes, and candida. It is also an effective staph infection treatment.

Whether you are looking for way of boosting your body’s natural immunity, seeking a staph infection treatment, or would like a natural alternative to an antibiotic treatment, the 1st Line kit provides a unique way of reducing the everyday threat of infection.

Why is 1st Line better than taking antibiotics?

For all too many of us, the natural response when we are unwell is to reach for the antibiotics. This over-use has resulted in the emergence of bacterial strains that are resistant to antibiotics. Such is the scale of the problem, it now appears that a large number of antibiotics have developed their own ‘use by’ dates, after which they are effectively worthless.

1st Line is a new and unique way of fighting infection, using a naturally occurring molecule called hypothiocyanite – sometimes referred to as thiocyanates. Thiocyanates are manufactured in human saliva, tears, milk and airways. They are the body’s first line of defence, boosting the immune system and destroying all types of infection.

For many people, antibiotics can have unpleasant side effects, such as intestinal problems or yeast infections. This is because antibiotics not only attack ‘unfriendly’ bacteria but also healthy cells, such as those found in the flora of the intestines. Thiocyanates, on the other hand, are only active against unwanted invaders – bacteria, viruses, yeasts and fungi – without harming healthy cells or weakening the body’s immune system. They are, therefore, considered completely safe and unproblematic to use.

Why is 1st Line such a remarkable breakthrough?

The benefits of thiocyanates have long been recognised, but their disadvantage is they are inherently unstable and short-lived. In the past, any solution containing thiocyanates needed to be made up and consumed immediately to have any effect, which made them impractical as a supplement.

That is until British chemist, Richard Stead, patented the 1st Line kit, which allowed the thiocyanate solution to be stable at room temperature for up to two years. The 1st Line kit simply requires four ingredients to be mixed into water, and drunk within two hours of preparation. It is virtually tasteless and is simplicity itself to prepare.The 1st Line kit is effective against a broad range of infections, many of which are not responsive to antibiotics. These include:
• Campylobacter jejuni – one of the most common causes of human gastroenteritis worldwide;
• Haemophilus influenzae – responsible for a wide range of diseases, including pneumonia, acute bacterial meningitis, cellulitis and osteomyelitis;
• Candida albicans – which causes yeast infections such as thrush;
• Herpes simplex virus;
• Listeria monocytogenes – which causes listeriosis, a potentially fatal food poisoning;
• Salmonella;
• Streptococcus mutans – a bacterium which contributes to tooth decay.