Nature has provided along the millennia, thousands of antibiotics, and natural remedies. Most people probably don’t know, but all pharmaceutical drugs have originated from Earth’s plants. After they have proven effective in treating specific ailments, the pharmaceutical industry has created synthetic versions that you can use. Thus, they can retain exclusive rights over the earnings from these patents for a specified period.
The idea is that medication on the planet had at its base an herb or a spice, a leaf or a tree root, a fruit or berries. Fortunately, some of these herbs act as very effective natural antibiotics. Especially if they adequately cooked, these medicinal remedies can have the desired effect without many of the side effects associated with pharmaceutical medicines. Strong pharmaceutical antibiotics have, undoubtedly, their role in society today. But the multiplication of certain strains of bacteria resistant to antibiotics (as well as to other infections) have developed a new class of similar drugs, but stronger.
The downside is that they leave residue in the human body that needs at some point to initiate a process of removal or detox.
Some many diseases and ailments don’t respond well to antibiotics. Success, however, lies in knowing which are the appropriate antibiotics for every disease, and combinations which act most effectually. Of course, the earlier you use the natural antibiotic treatment, the faster it will fix an infection or inflammation.
There are several candidates in the category of the natural antibiotics broad spectrum. Some of them should be used in your daily diet because they serve as a preventive measure whenever consumed.
Here are some of the natural antibiotics:
- Curry Powder
Essential Oils of Oregano, Thyme, and Basil
Crucial oils of Oregano, Thyme, and Basil proved to have potent antimicrobial properties, also the lavender oil. Oil of oregano is especially useful in treating certain infections of the gastrointestinal tract, considered a broad-spectrum antibiotic particularly strong. However, being so powerful, keep in mind that it may occur a so-called healing crisis (or detoxification effect, when the body has specific symptoms more unpleasant, to feel well).
Honey used for thousands of years for speeding up the healing process of the skin and mucosal membranes of the gastrointestinal tract. Manuka honey (a species of tea tree class from New Zealand) in particular seems to have strong antibacterial properties. “… the clinical tests have shown that honey Manuka is effective against more than 250 strains of bacteria, including:
- MRSA (Staphylococcus aureus Staphylococcus aureus resistant)
- MSSA (Staphylococcus aureus sensitive to Staphylococcus aureus)
- Resistant enterococci (VRE Vancomycin)
- Helicobacter Pylori (stomach ulcer cause) “
A chef with experience knows how to include both garlic and kurkuma in at least one meal a day. By the way, ginger and honey can be used regularly in food, once known for their health benefits. Must be taken into consideration, but that honey should not be cooked or heated because it loses much of the healing properties through these processes. Also, too much ginger can have a drying effect, so it’s okay if it is used properly. In the East, however, ginger is used daily for its properties to ward off diseases.
Pau d’Arco comes from a tree bark from the tropical forest from South America and Andes mountains, and it has been observed that it is unusually resistant to many of the diseases that occur in these climates.Pau d’Arco tea is another natural broad-spectrum antibiotic with potent antifungal properties. Can act effectively in case of overcrowding the gastrointestinal tract with Candida Albicans.
Olive leaf extract
Olive leaf extract is an alternative for a broad-spectrum antibiotic. At the beginning of the last century, oleuropein was isolated from olive leaf extract. Because it was believed that this phytochemical compound gives the olive tree disease resistance. Researchers from the Netherlands have found. That the compound oleanolic acid, one of the oleuropein, acts as a broad-spectrum antibiotic. Which prevents the safe and efficient development of both bacteria and viruses and fungal. The extract of grapefruit seed is another highly regarded commonly used antimicrobial for treating candida overcrowding, but also for many other bacterial infections. It is used for cleaning and disinfection fresh food products. Other natural remedies are Echinacea and solutions based on Ali for the treatment of colds and the flu, sore throats, and respiratory diseases.
Teas prepared with raw honey, organic, and light is another way to take advantage of a natural super element with medicinal properties.
Colloidal silver occupies a special place in nature’s pharmacy In 1970, Dr. Robert o. Becker from Medical University in Syracuse began to study intensely colloidal silver. He discovered that silver not only kills bacteria but kills those bacteria that develop resistance to all known antibiotics, without side effects.
Colloidal silver intakes can be both external and internal. But does not recommend prolonged use for internal use because colloidal silver can damage delicate intestinal microflora killing beneficial bacteria, although not in a so big as pharmaceutical antibiotics.
Here is, therefore, a recapitulation with the complete list of the most effective natural antibiotics:
- Curry powder
- Essential oils of oregano, thyme, basil, lavender, etc.
- Pau d’Arco Tea
- Olive Leaf Extract
- Grapefruit Seed Extract
- Colloidal Silver
Some very effective natural antibiotics can be used by people who have developed allergies to medicines. They can be successfully used to strengthen the immune system and protects against seasonal diseases.
There are many sources of infection or natural bacteria, viral, fungal, parasitologic, etc. It recommended consulting a specialist to identify the cause and extent of the damage.
- Updated 12/17/2019