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5 must have antibiotics, antibacterial in home

Antibiotics and antibacterial are used as synonyms against chemical agents used for getting rid (kill or inhibit) of bacteria.An antibiotic is an agent that either kills or inhibits the growth of a microorganism. Antibacterial is anything that destroys bacteria or suppresses their growth or their ability to reproduce. Herbs can be antibiotics, too. A small sampling of 58 Chinese plants found that 23 had antibacterial properties and 15 had antifungal properties. Five popular antibiotics that you can try at home are as follow.

Honey :

Honey is one the oldest known antibiotics, tracing back to ancient times. Egyptians frequently used honey as a natural antibiotic and skin protestant.

You can also ingest honey to aid in the treatment of internal infections. Simply swallow a whole tablespoon or stir it into a warm cup of herbal tea made with Shilajit for a soothing treat.

Garlic extract :

Garlic concentrate is effective against bacteria. Make your own garlic concentrate by soaking a few garlic cloves in olive oil.  Garlic is generally safe to ingest, but large doses might cause internal bleeding. Up to two cloves per day is considered an acceptable dosage. If you’re taking a garlic supplement, be sure to follow the dosage directions as provided.Mix Garlic paste in Shilajit and see the magic.

Oil of Oregano :

It is antiviral and anti fungal which makes it a powerful, natural antibiotic with a three-in-one combination that rivals pharmaceuticals while not encouraging antibiotic resistance.The key antimicrobial ingredient in oil of oregano is carvacrol. You should ensure that your source is at least 70 percent carvacrol content in order to be effective.

Colloidal silver :

Colloidal silver is an effective antibiotic. It can kill the most deadly pathogens. It can destroy antibiotic resistant microbes like MRSA, the bird flu, and SARS.

Thyme essential oil :

This oil is especially helpful against antibiotic-resistant bacteria.Thyme essential oil is for external use only. You shouldn’t take thyme oil by mouth. Before applying to the affected area, be sure to dilute the essential oil with equal parts carrier oil. Common carrier oils include coconut and olive oils.

People with high blood pressure or hyperthyroid problems shouldn’t use thyme essential oil.

Mix Shilajit with above all and see the magic .