511 – Natural Antibiotics

  1. Garlic – Garlic, figuring among the most reliable antibiotics given by nature, should never be underestimated regarding the effect it has on the body. Sadly, upon hearing that a product is “all natural”, many people assume it is  incapable of doing harm. If one stops to think for a moment on the effectiveness of garlic when employed as a natural antibiotic, he would be reminded that anything that is effective also has strength, and that strength must be respected. (Anna King: http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1900674/garlic_as_an_antibiotic_four_mistakes.html?cat=5)
  2. Cats Claw –  an Austrian study published in the April, 2002, Journal of Rheumatology showed that rheumatoid arthritis patients treated with 60 mg a day of a standardized extract of cat’s claw for one year experienced a reduction in the number of painful and swollen joints. However, no definitive conclusions have emerged from other studies evaluating cat’s claw as a treatment for inflammation and arthritis. (Dr. Weill) http://www.drweil.com/drw/u/QAA400411/Cats-Claw-for-Lyme-Disease.html
  3. Mangosteen
  4. Olive Leaf Extract  – http://www.naturalhealthconsult.com/Monographs/oliveleaf.html

More on natural antibiotics: http://www.vitaminsdiary.com/health-nutrition/natural-antibiotics.htm


One Response to “511 – Natural Antibiotics”

  1. Wild Cherry Bark extract is the answer. Or Pinella extract. Or Red Zinger Tea by Celestial Seasonings which has 3 different anti-bacterial natural ingredients in it, Wild Cherry Bark, Licorice, and Lemon Grass.

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