The introduction of antibiotics has saved millions lives, turning life-threatening and serious infections into temporary ones. But, from the other side, with millions of prescriptions comes a serious price: “super bugs”.
Super bugs are microorganisms that are adapting to our procedures.
They are resistant to regular prescription of medicinal antibiotics. So, today we need to take major measures to deal with the antibiotic resistance, in order to fight pathological microorganisms.


The New Wave of Natural Treatments

Lately, many people, in order to limit the occurrence of antibiotic-resistant bugs, are turning to natural antibiotics. That’s why it is very important to know what types of antibiotics are there and what they can do.

Choosing a Natural Antibiotic

Antibiotics fight bacteria, parasites, fungi, but not viruses. This is the reason why doctors don’t prescribe antibiotics for a flu or viral infection. In the same way, there won’t be any effects if you try natural antibiotics to fight viruses.
Natural antibiotics can be divided into antifungal and antibacterial. Medical antibiotics can do both at the same time, but natural antibiotics have specific functions.
Before you use any kind of natural antibiotic, talk with your medical practitioner. Do not try them as a substitute for an antibiotic if your condition is serious.

Natural Antibacterial

Following antibacterials can be used against E. Coli (Salmonella), ear infections, H. pylori, wound infections or strep throat.

• Apple Cider Vinegar
• Onion extract
• Ginger extract
• Horseradish root
• Turmeric
• Habenero Peppers
• Garlic extract
• Oregano Essential Oil
• Raw Honey

Natural Anti-Fungals

Anti-fungals can be used against yeast infections, candida albicans overgrowth, skin rashes or athlete’s foot.

• Echinacea root extract
• Ginger extract
• Apple Cider Vinegar
• Turmeric
• Raw honey extract

These ingredients are available in tincture or supplement form. For the right dose, consult with your medical practitioner.
You can consume these whole foods, every day as a prevention.