The most problematic aspect of the contemporary antibiotics is the fact that fungi  and bacteria can adapt to them throughout a period of time, developing immunity. To put it simply, the more you use the antibiotics, the more likely it is that the microorganisms that live in your organism and create havoc in a form of any disease, will learn how to resist them. Taken from this point of view, the evolution process can look quite scary. Apart from becoming ineffective after a while, antibiotics are also aggressive and can harm your organism. By solving one problem in the body, they may as well create another.

Luckily for us, the Nature has the answers we are looking for. They are many plants that can sometimes be used instead of antibiotics. But how to choose the right one for you? First, you need to be reminded that no antibiotic, natural or processed, can fight viruses, only bacteria and fungi.  You can use the information provided in this article as research, but make sure to consult with a medical expert to help you make your choice. Even when it comes to natural antibiotics, they will have the right information for your condition. In the following part of the article, you will find a list of natural antibiotics, both anti-bacterial and anti-fungi.

Natural Anti-Bacterials (usually E. Coli, Salmonella, H. Pylori and strep throat):

Ginger extract

Onion extract

Horseradish root

Habenero peppers

Turmeric

Garlic extract

Raw honey

Oregano Oil

Olive leaf extract

Natural Anti-Fungal antibiotics (candida albicans, skin rash, yeast infection, athlete’s foot)

Echinacea root extract

Apple Cider Vinegar

Ginger extract

Turmeric

Raw honey extract

Don’t forget to consult with a medical expert or a pharmacist about the proper dosage. Generally, all of the mentioned antibiotics can be used in a form of a supplement, tincture, capsule or raw food.

Source: Natural Organic Corner