Nature’s most powerful antibiotics
Your first line of defense against any ilness or infection si your own immune system.
These foods will super-boost your body’s ability to fight and will help keep you on top all over the year.
Get rid of infections without the digestive destruction, with these powerful natural antibiotics.
- Garlic helps you get rid of colds and eases inflammation. One garlic a day keeps the doctor away :-)) ;
- Manuka honey has shown success in the treatment of chronically infected wounds, including the methicillin-resistant staph aureus (MRSA) superbug. Manuka honey can be taken internally to treat strep throat as well as a variety of stomach infections.
- grapefruit seed extract (GSE) kills fungus and parasites ;
- apple cider vinegar is a good disinfectant and kills infections ;
- Caprylic and lauric acids found in coconut oil are well-known as antimicrobial, antiviral and antifungal. You can incorporate extra virgin coconut oil into your diet by using it as a cooking oil, or simply taking a tablespoon per day.
- Echinacea has been used to treat a wide variety of infections for hundreds of years. Traditionally, it was used to treat open wounds, diphtheria, blood poisoning, and other bacterial related illnesses. Today is used mostly for colds and flu, due to its ability to destroy the most dangerous forms of bacteria such as staphylococcus aureus;
- Fermented foods preserves gut flora(natural probiotic) ;
- Colloidal silver reduces the oxygenation ability of one-celled bacteria, causing them the inability to multiply. Colloidal silver is used most often as an extract, and is particularly effective in treating bacterial infections of the mucous membranes ;
- Oil of oregano is a strong antiviral for colds, sore throat and digestive upset.
- Turmeric is a potent antibiotic due to its curcumin content. By incorporating turmeric into your meals, you can aid in fighting helicobacter pylori (a bacteria known for causing stomach ulcers) and gastritis. Turmeric is also particularly beneficial for reducing inflammation.