Having organic antibiotics at hand is always a good idea. The video below demonstrates five antibiotics and explains why they are good while backing them up with medical proves.
1. Oil of Oregano Pills. This is one of the best herbal antibiotics, and it’s exceptionally powerful as it requires 1000 pounds of oregano for the preparation of just 1 pound of oregano oil.
According to research conducted by Georgetown University Medical Center, the tests of oregano oil in vitro on staphylococcus bacteria showed that even small quantities of the oil have the same effect as the regular antibiotic. Moreover, a study reported by the journal of medicine showed that oregano oil provides potent antibacterial effects against five types of dangerous bacteria, especially Escherichia coli. This oil is anti-fungal and antiviral as well.
Oregano oil is recommended to be consumed for a period of about 2 to 4 weeks, but we suggest taking it in a form of pills, such as the Gaia brand, because of its strong nature.
2. Olive Leaf. It’s a widely known herbal antibiotic. According to some studies, olive leaf isn’t an antibiotic alternative for a broad spectrum of conditions. However, it affects dangerous stomach bacteria, including MRSA which is often resistant to antibiotics. This oil possesses antifungal and antiviral properties.
3. Garlic cloves. Garlic contains high amounts of antioxidants. Allicin is one of the main active components of garlic, and you can find it in freshly crushed cloves of garlic. According to many studies, garlic has powerful antimicrobial effects. One specific study discovered that it can improve the action of the gentamicin antibiotic, and even neutralize its side effects on kidneys. The University of Maryland states that garlic boosts the immune system, and other studies proved that it can reduce the common cold. Garlic is also antiviral and antifungal.
4. Goldenseal. This herb is astringent and’s usually used for mucus membrane infections, and inflammation. This herb has antimicrobial alkaloids in its content, and berberine is the main one.
Goldenseal prevents bacteria to adhere to the surface of tissues. It is also antidiarrheal, antifungal, and acts against protozoa. The University of NC has confirmed Goldenseal activity against MRSA. The Egypt Agricultural Center conducted research that involved two groups of fish. The one was given antibiotics and the other goldenseal. The recovery rate of the group which received antibiotics was 84%, whereas the one with goldenseal showed an 87% recovery rate.
5. Vitamin C. Our immune system is boosted if the body has high amounts of vitamin C. Have in mind that in cases of stress and illnesses, the levels of this vitamin are depleted. Vitamin C was discovered to destroy a resistant culture in vitro by researchers at the NYC Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Take a look at the video below, where Dr. Thomas Levy talks about vitamin C.
When you feel symptoms of cold and flu, just take 1000 milligrams of vitamin C, three times per day for a period of one week, although you will notice the symptoms are gone on the second to fourth day.
6. Echinacea tincture. For respiratory, antibacterial, genitourinary, and digestive tracts. Great for a sore throat.
8. Times. It’s antibacterial, great for MRSA and wounds.
9. Bee propolis. Anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, used for respiratory infections.
10. Colloidal silver. Antibiotic; toothaches and upper respiratory conditions. It has been shown to destroy more than 600 different germ strains, as oppose to most over-the-counter antibiotics which can only destroy a few. Colloidal silver can as well be used for sinus and ear infections.
11. Oregon Grape. Possesses antibacterial properties; used for the urinary and intestine tract.
12. Tea tree oil. Antibiotic; against bacterial infections, yeast, and fungi.
13. Grapefruit seed extract. Antibiotic for a broad spectrum of conditions, antiviral, fungicide, and antiparasitic.
14. Forsythia suspense. Antibiotic for a broad spectrum of conditions.
16. Bromelain. Antibiotic; bronchitis, upper respiratory tract.