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You don't need a prescription for these four natural antibiotics that kill infection without digestive disruption!

by , 17 November 2016
You don't need a prescription for these four natural antibiotics that kill infection without digestive disruption!
Hospital antibiotics top the list of the most over-prescribed medicines today, according to Derek Henry, founder of Healing the Body and the THRIVE Online Holistic Health Program.

And here's what ironic - because doctors prescribe antibiotics for just about anything, they're ruining peoples' digestive systems and, in turn, weakening their natural immunity to all types of future infections.

But there's a way to get rid of infections without destroying your digestive system! Here are four natural antibiotics that Henry prescribes.

Four powerful natural antibiotics

#1: Crushed garlic
Medicine cultures around the world have been using garlic for thousands of years. People actually used it in the 1700s to ward off the plague – how interesting? Chock-full of antibiotic, antiviral, antimicrobial and antifungal properties, garlic helps facilitate and protect the removal of unfriendly bacteria in your gut. Plus, because it’s so high in natural antioxidants that fight free radicals, it also supports a strong, healthy immune system!
 
The active ingredient in garlic is known as allicin. This compound is what gives garlic its ability to fight off and kill harmful bacteria. To activate these compounds, you should crush garlic and eat it raw, in a warm tea or in lightly cooked food.

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#2: Oil of oregano
Also antiviral and antifungal, oil of oregano takes care of pathogenic bacteria without disrupting the healthy, beneficial bacteria in your gut. This remedy therefore provides three-in-one action that rivals pharmaceuticals while not encouraging antibiotic resistance.
 
In oil of oregano, the key microbial ingredient is known as carvacol. Therefore, you should make sure that the oil of oregano you use contains at least 70% carvacol for it to be effective.
 
#3: Echinacea
Traditionally, people use Echinacea to treat blood poisoning, open wound, diphtheria and other bacterial-related illnesses. But it’s been used to treat a wide variety of other infections for hundreds of years, too. Today, this herb is most commonly used to treat flu and the common cold because it has the ability to kill the most dangerous forms of bacteria such as staphyloccus aureus, which causes deadly methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (or MRSA); a bacterium responsible for several difficult-to-treat infections in humans.

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#4: Manuka honey
The most palatable antibiotic on Henry’s list is definitely manuka honey! When you apply this remedy topically, it can kill a wide range of pathogens including flesh-eating bacteria and MRSA. Studies have also found that treated bacteria don’t build up any resistance to manuka honey, which would eventually render it ineffective.
 
While this is by no means an exhaustive list, it’s a fantastic start for an all-natural pharmacy. According to Henry, other remedies you should consider to round out your antibiotic arsenal include cloves, turmeric, olive leaf extract and even lemons.



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