Tagged: antibiotic resistance

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Herbal antibiotics – Ginger

We will now explore three synergistic plants in detail: licorice ginger black pepper and its primary constituent, piperine. Ginger Family: Zingiberaceae. There are about 1,400 members of the family, of which the genus Zingiber is usually referred...

infections, bacterial infections, wildflower honey, Beta-lactamase, Antibiotic resistance, X-ray crystallography, Caesium, Food and Drug Administration, Halophile, Microorganism,

Herbal Antibiotics: The localized non systemics – Honey

The Top 4 Localized Nonsystemic Herbal Antibiotics The Berberines Juniper Honey Usnea Honey Any organic wildflower honey can be used effectively in the treatment of antibiotic-resistant skin and wound infections. There is some evidence that...

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Systemic Herbal Antibiotics: Sida

The Top 5 Systemic Herbal Antibiotics Cryptolepis Sida Alchornea Bidens Artemisia Sida Family: Malvaceae Common Names: Most of the species in this genus are commonly called something to do with “fanpetals,” and in fact the sidas...

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About Herbal Antibiotics

Facts are subversive of lies, half-truths, myths; of all those easy speeches that comfort cruel men. —Timothy Garton Ash The Internet has become the greatest reference library human beings have ever known. A tiny...

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Bacteria – The diseases they cause and how to treat them

The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them. —Albert Einstein Included among the Gram-positive pathogens are methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and S. epidermidis, vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecium and E. faecialis, and...

You can learn to use herbal medicines to heal yourself from disease. And you can learn what to do if you find that one day you need to know how to treat a resistant infection.

Herbal Antibiotics – The end of antibiotics?

[Once] the germ theory of contagion finally caught on, it did so with a vengeance. Different types of bacteria were implicated in anthrax, gonorrhea, typhoid, and leprosy. Microbes, once amusing little anomalies, became demonized…....