Natural Antibiotics

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Here is a list of all natural antibiotics:

Oregano/Oil of Oregano.

We think of oregano as something to add to your favorite Italian dish, however, many go on without realizing how beneficial oregano is to your health! It has antibacterial properties, and can help with chronic digestive disorders, yeast infections, and weight loss. Oregano oil (also known as Caracole) fights bacteria that can lead to nasty infections.

Raw Apple Cider Vinegar

 With antibiotic and antiseptic properties, ACV can help in weight management and lowering cholesterol and cancer risk. ACV can also be used as a chemical-free astringent if you need to topically disinfect or sterilize a wound.


Pooh Bear had the right idea! Ancient Romans used honey during war to treat their wounds and avoid infections. Honest is the best natural antibiotic out there, bursting with antioxidants, antimicrobials, anti-inflammatories, and antiseptics. Not to mention, there’s also an enzyme in honey that is known to release hydrogen peroxide (which also fights infection and prevents bacteria growth). Honey can soothe your digestive problems and strengthen your immune system!


Tasty and beautiful in color, this spice can protect your body tremendously. You can eat it or use it topically, too! It is mainly used to protect your body against infection and here’s a tip: try mixing it with honey and adding topically to any flesh wound.

Grapefruit Seed Extract

Studies show that GSE is effective in killing over 800 different forms and strands of viruses and bacteria and over 100 different strains of fungus and parasites! As if that doesn’t say enough, GSE is also high in antioxidants, can boost your immunity, and help with chronic digestion issues.


Garlic is delicious and good for you! It can push germs away before you even feel sickness coming on. The allice found in garlic can protect against yeast, parasites, bacteria and more!

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