Having organic antibiotics handy is always a good idea, especially when things get messy and supplies are hard to find. The video below recommends 5 antibiotics and their benefits, backing them up with medical evidence.
1. Oil of Oregano Pills
This antibiotic is very powerful and concentrated. In fact, it takes 1000 pounds of oregano to make a pound of oil of oregano.
Research says: According to Georgetown University Medical Center which tested oil of oregano in vitro on staphylococcus bacteria, even tiny amounts were equally effective as standard antibiotic. Moreover, the journal of medicine published a study showing that oil of oregano exhibited antibacterial properties against 5 species of bacteria.
Oil of oregano has two active compounds: thymok and caravacrol. The latter is said to reduce or treat bacterial infections, fungal infections, viruses, parasites, tumors, candida, and inflammation.
It is recommended to take oil of oregano over the course of 2-4 weeks. However, the best would be to take it in the pill form as it is more concentrated.
2. Olive Leaf
As the name itself suggests, olive leaf is the leaf of the olive tree and it is quite popular herbal antibiotic.
Research says: Although some studies suggest that this antibiotic has limited activity, it still shows activity against stomach bacteria and MRSA. It also possesses antifungal and antiviral properties.
3. Garlic Cloves
Garlic cloves are abundant in antioxidants! Allicin, one of their active compounds is found in freshly crushed garlic and it is known for its health benefits.
Research says: Numerous studies have confirmed garlic`s antimicrobial properties. According to one study, garlic emphasized the action of gentamicin and neutralized its negative impact on the kidneys. Another study found that garlic shortens the duration of cold and it boosts immunity.
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