The Trivedi Effect®: Alternative approach to tackling antibiotic resistance

The experimental research was conducted against Pseudomonas fluorescens using the unique biofield energy treatment of Mr. Mahendra Kumar Trivedi (known as The Trivedi Effect®) with respect gene sequencing and antibiogram analysis. The results have been published in peer-reviewed International journal (Clinical & Medical Biochemistry). P. fluorescens is considered as a psychrotrophic microorganism, although it mostly inhabit s soil, plants, and water surfaces. Recent reports suggest that the clinical strains of P. fluorescens with high hemolytic activity, and show to induce cytotoxic and proinflammatory responses on epithelial intestinal cells. Different reports and incidence declared this as a nosocomial infections with serious risk. The results after biofield treatment showed improved sensitivities and decreased minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) of aztreonam, cefepime, moxifloxacin, and tetracycline with respect to the control. Overall, 25% alterations were reported in antimicrobial sensitivity and 34.4% in MIC of tested antimicrobials. Besides, 12.1% change was also reported in tested biochemical, along with altered biotype number and new species was detected as Vibrio fluvialis. According to the nucleotides homology and phylogenetic analysis using 16S rDNA gene sequencing, biofield treated sample was detected to be Pseudomonas entomophila (GenBank Accession Number: AY907566) with 96% identity of gene sequencing data, with nearest homolog species to P. fluorescens (Accession No. EF672049). These unique outcomes suggest that Mr. Trivedi’s unique biofield treatment has the capability to alter the genetic makeup of organism, which can be used to modify the sensitivity of microbes against resistant antimicrobials with safe alternative approach against existing drug therapy in future.

Here is the link to this wonderful experiment:


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  1. Reading this blog shows me how worderful the world is. I mean, I never imagine that the biofield treatment could do something that the medical science is trying to do from a very long time. Modification of sensitivity of microbes against resistant antimicrobials is such a miracle that could help the betterment of the present drug therapy.

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