Sunday, January 27, 2013

Over the counter Survival Antibiotics Part 1

It is a little known fact that there are many drugs sold over the counter for pets that are the same medicines for humans. All of these drugs listed in this 2 part series are available in most pet stores, and online. This series is meant to educate, and help people prepare for the possibility of not having these types of medicines available. We do not recommend self diagnosing, and self treatment of medical issues. Having these medicines stockpiled in a SHTF (Stuff Hits the Fan) scenario could save your life and many others. They do label these items as not for human consumption,  but these are in fact the same medicines for humans, just packaged for pet use.

Fish Mox (Amoxicillin) For proper use please follow this link to the Mayo Clinic 


Chlamydia Infection (sexually transmitted)

Urinary Tract Infection (bladder/kidney infections)

Helicobacter pylori Infection (causes peptic ulcer)

Lyme Disease (transmitted by ticks)

Otitis Media (middle ear infection)

Pneumonia (lung infection)


Skin or Soft Tissue Infection (cellulitis, boils)

Actinomycosis (causes abscesses in humans and livestock)


Tonsillitis/Pharyngitis (Strep throat)

Fish Flox (Ciprofloxacin) For proper use please follow this link to the Mayo Clinic


Bladder or other urinary infections, especially in females

Prostate infections

Some types of lower respiratory infections, such as pneumonia

Acute sinusitis

Skin infections (such as cellulitis)

Bone and joint infections

Infectious diarrhea

Typhoid fever caused by Salmonella

Inhaled Anthrax

Bird Biotic (Doxycycline) For proper use please follow this link to the Mayo Clinic


E. Coli, Shigella and Enterobacter infections (some diarrheal disease)

Chlamydia (sexually transmitted disease)

Lyme disease

Rocky Mountain spotted fever



Plague (Yersinia)

Gum disease (severe gingivitis, periodontitis)

Folliculitis (boils)

Acne and other inflammatory skin diseases, such as hidradenitis (armpits and groins)

Some lower respiratory tract (pneumonia) and urinary tract infection

Upper respiratory infections caused by Strep

Methicillin-resistant Staph (MRSA) infections

Malaria (prevention)

Some parasitic worm infections (kills bacteria in their gut needed to survive)

The medical information on this site is provided as an information resource only, and is not to be used or relied on for any diagnostic or treatment purposes. This information is not intended to be patient education, and should not be used as a substitute for professional diagnosis and treatment.

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