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Natural antibiotics
Natural antibiotics
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There is no doubt that antibiotics are really a miracle for medicine. Starting with the discovery of penicillin in 1928, the rapid treatment of bacterial infections with antibiotics makes them a preferred solution for many physicians.

Gradually, we forget about the natural power of natural antibiotics to deal with infections and ancient remedies for diseases such as fish oil.

Antibiotic abuse leads to an alarming rise in antibiotic-resistant strains, especially in babies and children, to disruption of intestinal function and to autoimmune diseases of all kinds.



Long-term effects include intestinal flora that is difficult to return to its normal condition (mistakenly, antibiotic use has been thought to cause gut flora to break in just a few weeks, the damage is sustained for several years). Even for a short course of antibiotics use can lead to resistant bacterial populations that can live in the intestines for up to 4 years - maybe even longer.



For annoying daily infections that are not life-threatening, nature provides us with some very powerful and effective alternatives. Here's the list of the best natural antibiotics from the natural sources of our planet Earth.

Colloidal silver

The remarkable antibiotic character of silver has been known for centuries. The application of colloidal silver to humans has been done in a large number of cases with amazingly good end results. Colloidal silver is stable and has a fatal effect on microbes, with no toxic effects on humans. It has the ability to destroy the antibiotic-resistant bacteria without any side effects.


Garlic

Garlic has the unique effect of destroying pathogens, not only bacteria but also fungi and viruses, without damaging the beneficial intestinal flora. It contains phytochemicals and sulfur components that can deal with toxic heavy metals (such as lead and cadmium) by linking them to them, eliminating them from the body.

• Garlic promotes the growth of a healthy intestinal microflora, acting as a prebiotic
• Helps retain fat from oxidation
• Garlic acts as a powerful antioxidant and prevents DNA damage
• Prevents radiation and damage caused by sunlight
• Garlic fights with parasites
• Contains many nutrients such as vitamins (C, B1, B2, B3), minerals (calcium, folic acid, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, zinc, and phytochemicals, including allicin).



Ginger

Have you ever wondered why you have served marinated or raw ginger with sushi? Ginger has the fame of a natural antibiotic that helps prevent food poisoning.

Turmeric

Curcuma is a spice, widely used in traditional Indian cuisine, also preferred in holistic medicine. Studies show that curcumin (the natural phenols responsible for yellow turmeric) is effective against Helicobacter Pylori, generally found in gastroduodenal ulcers, regardless of the genetic makeup of the strain.



Curcumin also deals with gastric injuries caused by the infection. If you want to use turmeric as a natural antibiotic, the recommended doses are from 400-600 mg, three times a day or on prescription.

Echinacea

Echinacea is a herb that is widely used in the fight against infections and is the subject of extensive research. It has a positive effect on the fight against infections, especially in common cold and upper respiratory tract diseases.



Echinacea is also used against many other infections, including flu, urinary tract infections, vaginal infections, genital herpes, blood infections (sepsis), gum disease, tonsillitis, streptococcal infections, syphilis, typhoid fever, malaria, and diphtheria.

Honey



What would be the list of natural antibiotics without the honey used to fight infections from ancient times? Of all kinds of raw honey, the Manuka honey from New Zealand is the best solution when it comes to treating infections.

According to Dr. Mercola, clinical studies have found that manuka honey is effective against more than 250 strains of bacteria. In 2007, even tapes based on Manuka copper were approved. It is believed to serve to prevent the development of bacteria responsible for the appearance of a dental plaque.



Pau d'Arco

Excessive use of antibiotics often leads to overgrowth of a large family of yeast, the fungus known as Candida. Pau d'Arco is an herb that is extremely effective in suppressing Candida and significantly reduces hunger for sugar that goes along with fungal infections.

Consumption of Pau d'Arco in combination with probiotics will allow useful microbes to regain control of the intestinal environment.



Hot red pepper

Hot pepper is a strong spice used for thousands of years due to its healing power, antibiotic and antifungal effect. Hot pepper is particularly effective in the presence of vulvovaginitis (female infection) as well as strep throat.

Grapefruit seed extract



The grapefruit seed extract is a very effective, natural antibiotic in the fight against various infectious agents. For internal consumption, it is best to chop the grapefruit seed into the robot and add glycerin.

Tea Tree Oil

Very powerful essential oil, an effective remedy for destroying methicillin-resistant staph on the skin.



Olive leaf extract

Most people are aware of the health benefits of consuming pure, 100% cold-pressed olive oil but are unaware of the antibiotic effects of olive leaf extract that has the ability to lower the temperature, for example.

At the beginning of the last century, the oleuropein substance was isolated from the olive leaf extract. It is believed that the resistance of olives to diseases is due precisely to this phytochemical.



Oregano oil

There are over 40 different types of marjoram, but the most useful, with maximized therapeutic antibiotic effect, is the olive oil from Origanum vulgare, golden to dark yellow and strong spicy aroma.

Best used as a natural antibiotic found in fungal and nail fungus, parasites and infections (for internal consumption), sinus infections (for vapor inhalations).

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