Skip to content

Antibiotics Provided By Nature

It’s no secret that antibiotics are becoming less and less effective against some of the most common bacteria, such as MRSA. This is happening because more and more people are taking antibiotics on a regular basis for things like ear infections or bronchitis. What if there was an alternative instead of having to rely on drugs? Luckily, nature has provided us with many powerful natural antibiotic alternatives! In this article, we will discuss some of the best natural antibiotics available today.

Garlic

Garlic has been a natural antibiotic since ancient times. The sulfur compounds found in raw garlic are responsible for killing bacteria and parasites that affect the digestive system, mouth, respiratory tract, skin wounds/burns, nosebleeds, ear infections, eye infections, or even yeast infections. You can also take it orally to treat internal bacterial problems. If you don’t enjoy the taste of pure garlic on its own (it is very strong!), mix it with some organic honey instead!

Oregano Oil

Oregano oil is a natural antioxidant and antimicrobial agent derived from the oregano plant. Studies have shown it to be effective against Candida spp., Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), Escherichia coli, Salmonella enterica, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, and Aspergillus niger. However, there are some precautions you should take when using this type of supplementation. People with asthma or bronchial issues may experience difficulty breathing while taking oregano oil. This is because it thins the blood, which increases its ability to circulate oxygen throughout your body more quickly and efficiently.

Manuka Honey

Manuka honey comes from bees pollinating the manuka bush in New Zealand; however, you can also find products made with Australian tea tree oil (which has similar active ingredients). It’s easy to use too! Apply a thin layer on top of any open wound or infection at least three times per day. It’s great for acne breakouts as well, but be sure to keep it away from mucus membranes such as inside your nose or mouth if possible. Always test on small areas first, applying all over just in case you’re allergic to any of the ingredients.

Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE)

Grapefruit seed extract (GSE) is known for its broad-spectrum antiparasitic, antifungal, and antibacterial properties that help fight viruses such as herpes or HIV. It’s also a powerful antioxidant that can reduce inflammation in your body caused by free radicals; it works great on the skin too! Grapefruit seed extract mixed with aloe vera gel and water creates a lovely toner that can prevent acne breakouts from forming, but always make sure you dilute it first if applying directly onto your face. Remember never to use GSE orally unless under strict supervision because of its ability to interact with certain medications causing severe side effects!

Ginseng

Ginseng is a root that has been used for centuries to promote better immune system function, energy levels, and overall health! It’s also an effective antibiotic that can fight off bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus (the primary cause of staph infections) without any side effects. Just make sure you’re purchasing the correct type of Ginseng if using it topically on your skin or internally. Panax Ginseng works well with water-based applications; American Ginseng doesn’t work too well in those types of treatments, so avoid buying that kind at all costs!

Goldenseal

Goldenseal is another powerful antioxidant that protects cells from free radical damage. Goldenseal is especially effective for treating skin conditions such as acne, psoriasis, and eczema. It’s also known to boost your immune system by increasing the production of white blood cells, which help fight off infections; be careful not to take it orally if you’re pregnant because goldenseal can cause uterine contractions! Also, look for organic goldenseal; it can cause severe stomach problems if you consume too much of the extract without diluting it first; always follow recommended dosages.

Echinacea

Echinacea is a natural herb that has been used for centuries in herbal medicine due to its ability to speed up wound healing while reducing infection chances at an early stage. Just keep these important things in mind whenever using echinacea: make sure you’re purchasing the correct type (E. purpura) because this will be most effective; dilute it in water before applying directly onto your skin; never use echinacea on open wounds without first checking with a physician to see if that’s okay and avoid taking it orally while pregnant or breastfeeding! Although echinacea is mainly beneficial when applied topically on wounds or burns, some may find it effective internally. Check with a physician before trying that type of treatment method, though.

Propolis

Propolis is a type of resin containing many different substances such as flavonoids, amino acids, enzymes, and essential oils; all these components help treat numerous health issues, from infections to inflammation. It’s also a great antiseptic agent that prevents bacteria from taking over your body, making propolis an effective treatment for internal problems (such as ulcers) or topical ones like infected cuts. Just remember not to eat it if you’re pregnant because propolis is known to stimulate uterine contractions, so ask a physician first before giving it to your child. Also, make sure you’re purchasing the correct type of propolis because some evidence shows that Brazilian (wild) propolis is more effective than the European one!

Conclusion

There are many natural antibiotics out there that can treat serious illnesses but always consult with a physician before trying them at home. Always dilute these antibiotics in water before applying them directly to your skin, and make sure you purchase the correct type for whatever treatment method you’re trying out. If taking it orally, don’t do so unless under strict medical supervision because some of the ingredients might not mix too well with certain medications causing serious side effects!