These Organic Antibiotics Should Be Present In Your Home

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Where do you usually get your antibiotics? Are you aware that there are things in your kitchen which could be used as an antibiotic?

Has there been a time in your life where just out of nowhere you felt sick or pain and there’s no drugstore nearby? We won’t know we need medicine until pain is right in front of us. So, why don’t we stock up organic antibiotics and antibacterial just in case right? Prepare your medicine cabinet, because I have a wide range of choices for you. 

Oregano Oil

The antibacterial properties of Oregano oil was founded back in the days in Greece where they use it all the time in treating wounds that has been infected. “Oregano” comes from the greek words “ganos” and “oros”, which means “ joy of the mountain”. You can make them by boiling the leaves with some oil or you can easily buy it in the market.

This can be used to cure skin ailment, fungal infection, asthma, cold, and other respiratory illnesses. It is also used as Anti-inflammatory, anti-parasitic and anti-biotic in where you can either inhale it, or rub it on certain spots like ointment. Oregano oil has 2 contents called Thymol and Carvacrol that is responsible in weakening bacterial infections.

Olive Leaf

Who likes pizzas? How about some Olives? Well, if you could have the chef add Olive Leaves extract on it, then that would be great. Why? Because Olive leaves extract contains Oleuropein, it’s a polyphenol that can reduce blood pressure, lowers bad cholesterol, possible stomach illness or even prevent cancer. It has been founded by the Egyptians and is also used for antifungal and antibacterial purpose. A report made by Daniel Hanbury back in 1854 shows that by drinking the Olive leaves extracts 3 to 4 hours can cure fever.

Garlic

Garlic is commonly used for cooking nowadays for flavoring, but behind the flavor is a component called allicin that can be used for antimicrobial purpose. Every crushed garlic has a beneficial effect hidden that can be used for treatment of cancer, fungal skin infections, cardiovascular protection and even used for common cold. In addition, garlic is rich in vitamin B1, vitamin B6, vitamin C, phosphorus and calcium.

Goldenseal

Goldenseal is one of the best-selling herbal product in the US. This herb contains berberine that is used for anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-fungal and allergy prevention. On top of that, Goldenseal can benefit in treating digestive illnesses, fighting cancer, fever reduction, detoxifying the body, and heal the skin. You can use Goldenseal by making a tea out of it.

 

Vitamin C

High in Vitamin C is equivalent to great immunity which means “no no” to sickness. However, when we are sick, stressed or depressed, the vitamin C that’s in the body are slowly reduced, which can lead to fatigue, muscle weakness, gingivitis, dry skin, nose bleed, painful joints or even more severe illness.

According to studies, adult intake of vitamin C a day should be around 80 to 100 mg, while a child should be around 40 to 75 mg. This can easily be obtained by eating fruits and vegetables like oranges, grapefruit, guava, Bell pepper, kiwi, broccoli and much more. You can also simply just buy this supplement at the drugstore.

 

Echinacea tincture

Now this is not a common plant that we are most familiar of. Back in 18th century, a German botanist called Conrad Moench named a herb Echinacea, which came from a greek word echinos, meaning hedgehog. It is widely used for antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, combat cancer, remedy for stomach ache and good treatment for sore throat.

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