It’s always a good idea to have organic antibiotics on hand, especially if the sh*t hits the fan and supplies are hard to find. The following video recommends 5 different antibiotics and backs them up with medical proof along with what they’re good for.
This information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions about your medical condition and/or current medication. Do not disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking advice or treatment because of something you have read here.
The following is an excerpt from the video’s website:
1. Oil of Oregano Pills – It is very potent- it take 1000 pounds of oregano to make just 1 pound of oil of oregano.
Research says: Georgetown University Medical Center tested oil of oregano in vitro on staphylococcus bacteria. They found that even small amounts were as effective as the standard antibiotic. Also, the journal of medicine reported a study where oil of oregano showed significant antibacterial properties against 5 species of harmful bacteria, especially e-coli.
Many sources recommended taking oil of oregano for only 2-4 weeks at a time. I personally recommend taking it in pill form due to the strong nature of it. I like the Gaia brand of oil of oregano.
2. Olive Leaf – Olive leaf is the leaf of the olive tree and is a very popular herbal antibiotic alternative.
Research says: While some studies show it not to be a broad spectrum antibiotic alternative, it does show activity against harmful stomach bacteria, as well as the often antibiotic resistant MRSA.
3. Garlic cloves – Very rich in antioxidants. One of the well known active components of garlic is allicin, which can be found in freshly crushed garlic. However, other parts clearly work in synergy to produce garlic’s beneficial effects, since even aged garlic shows promising health benefits.
Research says: Many studies confirm its antimicrobial properties. One study showed that garlic enhanced the action of the antibiotic gentamicin, and even negated its negative effects on the kidneys. Another study showed garlic to shorten the common cold, and the University of Maryland advises that it may strengthen the immune system.
4. Goldenseal – This is a very astringent herb, and is often used for infections of the mucus membranes. It is also used for inflammation. Goldenseal contains antimicrobial alkaloids, the main one being berberine. Goldenseal actually hinders bacteria from adhering to tissue surfaces. Goldenseal is also antifungal, anti-diarrheal, and is effective against protozoa.
Research says: The University of NC confirms its activity against MRSA. In another study, the Egypt Agricultural Center infected fish with bacteria. One set received antibiotics, and one set received goldenseal. The fish that were treated with antibiotics had a 84% recovery rate, whereas the ones treated with goldenseal had a 87% recovery rate.
5. Vitamin C – When the body has high levels of vitamin c, immunity is increased. When sickness and stress are present, levels of vitamin c are depleted. Therefore, common sense tells me that attention to vitamin c levels are of utmost importance, especially when one is under some sort of stress.
Research says: A group of researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in NYC found that vitamin C killed a resistant culture in vitro, and they found that it could not develop a resistance to vitamin c.
You may also want to consider the following as well:
6. Echinacea tincture – antibacterial; respiratory, digestive and genitourinary tracts. Excellent for a sore throat.
7. Andrographis paniculata – antibacterial; upper respiratory tract infections and sinus issues. Sore throat, cough, headache.
8. Manuka honey – antibacterial, excellent for wounds and MRSA.
9. Bee propolis – antibiotic, anti-inflammatory and anti-viral; respiratory infections.
10. Colloidal silver – antibiotic; upper respiratory ailments, toothaches. Colloidal silver has been reported to kill well over 600 different germ strains while most over the counter antibiotics are only effective against a few. Can also be used for ear and sinus infections.
11. Oregon Grape – antibacterial; intestine and urinary tract.
12. Tea tree oil– antibiotic; effective against yeast and fungi, bacterial infections.
13. Grapefruit seed extract – broad spectrum antibiotic, fungicide, antiviral and antiparasitic.
14. Forsythia suspensa – broad spectrum antibiotic
15. Coenzyme Q10 – antibiotic; upper respiratory. bronchitis, COPD
16. Bromelain – antibiotic; upper respiratory. bronchitis
Remember that these suggestions are for informational purposes only and if you suspect any sort of infection you should check with your doctor first to make sure the infection is treated appropriately. If you have been using some of the above remedies and your symptoms do not resolve or worsen seek a medical professional immediately.
If you enjoyed this article or learned something new, please don’t forget to share it with others so they have a chance to enjoy this free information. This article is open source and free to reblog or use if you give a direct link back to the original article URL. Thanks for taking the time to support an open source initiative. We believe all information should be free and available to everyone. Have a good day and we hope to see you soon!
If you enjoyed this article or learned something new, please don't forget to share it with others so they have a chance to enjoy this free information. This article is open source and free to reblog or use if you give a direct link back to the original article URL. Thanks for taking the time to support an open source initiative. We believe all information should be free and available to everyone. Have a good day and we hope to see you soon!