Antibiotics

 
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Goldenseal Proves to be Antibiotic, Antiviral and Antifungal

Antibiotics are getting weaker amidst a plethora of deadly superbugs. Luckily, nature also provides natural antibiotics, antivirals and antifungals. One of those agents is Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis). Goldenseal has been shown in the research to be significantly antimicrobial.

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  Tasmanian Devil Milk is capable of killing the most deadly superbugs  

Essential Oil Formula Fights Acne Bacteria

Acne can be embarrassing. But it can also be dangerous if the bacteria that causes it grow out of control. Acne is typically caused by bacteria that grow within hair follicles. As the follicle becomes infected, our immune system launches an inflammatory attack against the bacteria. It attempts to surround and encapsulate the bacteria to prevent them from infecting the rest of the body. This is what causes the red bumps on our skin which are called papules.

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  Tasmanian Devil Milk is capable of killing the most deadly superbugs  

Tasmanian Devil Milk is capable of killing the most deadly superbugs

Milk from Tasmanian devils and other marsupials may be a natural cure for antibiotic-resistant infections, suggests a study conducted by researchers from the University of Sydney and published in the journal “Scientific Reports.” The researchers found that the milk contains no fewer than six compounds capable of killing some of the world's worst superbugs.”

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Myrtle Herb Kills Antibiotic-resistant Skin Bacteria

Pharmaceutical medicine has created a monster in the form of antibiotic-resistant superbug bacteria. But in an ironic twist, it looks like herbal medicine offers one of the only ways out of this mess. I say ironic because the pharmaceutical industry typically opposes herbal medicine.

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  Self Criticism? How to Overcome Your Inner “I’m Not Good Enough” Voice  

Self Criticism? How to Overcome Your Inner “I’m Not Good Enough” Voice

We live in a world where the theme of unworthiness shows up in all areas in life. As kids, we proudly show off our high marks and perfect behaviour knowing they will earn us praises and approval from adults, and as adults, we constantly judge and punish ourselves for our lack of wealth, success, relationships and others’ good opinions of us. In my healing and coaching practice, the most common story that is told over and over is the one of“I’m not good enough.”

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  Antibiotics Shown to Impair Memory, Stop Growth of New Brain Cells  

Antibiotics Shown to Impair Memory, Stop Growth of New Brain Cells

A new study in the journal “Cell Reports” has established that antibiotics strong enough to kill off gut bacteria also halt the growth of new brain cells located in the hippocampus — the region of the brain responsible for memory. “We found prolonged antibiotic treatment might impact brain function,” says senior author Susanne Asu Wolf of the Max-Delbrueck-Center for Molecular Medicine in Berlin, Germany. And the researchers think they know why — in short, a unique white blood cell that functions as a go-between for the brain, immune system and gut. The good news is the team also discovered two remedies which can reverse the damage.

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Make this natural antibiotic formula at home to treat any infection

Most people know that there is rising resistance to pharmaceutical antibiotics. Fewer know of the inherent dangers of pharmaceutical antibiotics that are rarely publicized by mainstream media (MSM). What's even less known are safe and effective alternatives, especially of the home-made variety.

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