Antibiotics are needed for lots of different things but they don’t all only come in the form of ‘pills.’ There are actually lots of different natural antibiotics in this world and honestly, some of them are well worth being aware of. 

Antibiotics can fight lots of different kinds of things off but of course, they don’t do anything for viruses. If you have something like the flu, they’re not going to do you any good. However, considering how things are right now if you’re having a bit of an earache fungal issue, or just need antibiotics but cannot get them for some reason, a natural one might hold you over until you can or at least benefit your health till you can be seen by your doctor. 

While you should still call your doctor to make sure the natural antibiotic you choose is right for you and the condition you’re facing, these natural antibiotics can sometimes work wonders. Don’t get me wrong – never just dive into this kind of thing without a second opinion from someone in the field of medicine but do be open to the natural side of things. These natural antibiotics are something we can all benefit from being aware of. 

8 Natural Antibiotics Worth Knowing About:

1. Ginger

Ginger is something a lot of people love to eat but most don’t know how healthy for us it is. Ginger is recognized heavily as a natural antibiotic and can fight off lots of different bacteria types. While it is no replacement for seeing a doctor, using it for some things is quite effective. I actually love using it in tea form when I have a sore throat.

2. Goldenseal

If you’re facing some kind of respiratory issue you might be able to help fix things by drinking this in a tea form. This one is easily one of the top-selling botanicals according to Science Direct and that is for a good reason. You can read all about it by clicking here.

3. Honey 

Raw organic honey is something we all know is beneficial to the general public. Honey for a very long time has been used to treat wounds, ulcers, and so much more. According to Dr. Mercola, it can help with treating coughs on a prominent level and is something that works as a ‘demulcent.’

4. Oregano

Some people believe that oregano has anti-inflammatory properties. While these claims are not proven through 100 percent just yet, there is no denying the number of people who claim it has helped them in one way or another. It is most commonly used for things like earaches and the common cold in oil form.

5. Garlic

Many people already know the benefits of garlic but in case you don’t, it could be considered a powerful natural antibiotic as well. Garlic has been found through research to be a very effective treatment against a lot of different kinds of bacteria. If you don’t like it, adding it to some kind of fruit juice and taking it in a shot might be a good idea.

6. Clove

This one is something that research has shown might be somewhat effective against different kinds of bacteria. It is said to be good at fighting gingivitis in some and could greatly decrease oral inflammation. That being said, it should not be swallowed and is something some people are allergic to. 

7. Echinacea

Echinacea has been used by people of the past to treat things like yeast infections but it might not work as well as traditional medicine, that’s for sure. However, it is touted as healing with inflammation that comes with bacterial infections overall. It is high in antioxidants and can also aid your immune system in some ways.

8. Apple Cider Vinegar 

When it comes to fungal infections’ apple cider vinegar can be beneficial. According to Medical News Today who had their posting medically reviewed, it does have some prominent medicinal properties to it. While it should only be consumed in small amounts, it does work on some levels. A lot of people I know soak their feet in it when they’re dealing with athlete’s foot. 

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