Using Maggots In Place of Antibiotics To Lower Hospital Bills & Prevent Resistance
The first reported use of maggots (fly larvae) therapy was among the early civilization of the Mayans in Central America and the Aboriginals in Australia. Also, during the US Civil War, doctors noticed maggots were quite efficient in treating wounds on injured soldiers that had been neglected. However, this medical practise was later dropped in 20th century after the discovery of penicillin and other antibiotics.
But as time would prove it, the effectiveness of penicillin and other antibiotics became …read more