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Natural Antibiotic that kills all infections

Updated on April 14, 2016


Each year bacteria builds its resistance to medication and learns how to adapt so that they’ll survive. This is good for bacteria, but not so good for humans who want to avoid illness and lead long, healthy lives. Synthetic antibiotics just aren’t as effective at stopping illness and cannot be developed at a rate that outpaces the bacteria.
That’s why Natural Antibiotics: 15 Most Powerful Natural Antibiotics That Kills All Infections was created. You can use it as a guide to learn about powerful antibiotics that cure staph infections, eye, nose, and throat infections, and so much more. Natural cures are the answer to leading a healthy life.
Creating natural antibiotics that help cure you of any ailment shouldn’t be a complicated process. I put this book together to help you locate natural medicines in your area so you can reduce your dependence on synthetic antibiotics and promote great health.

Soon you’ll learn about plants and herbs that are all around you and can be cultivated for their healing properties. Some things you’ll want to have on hand are some mason jars for creating tinctures, a high quality blender that can chop up tree branches, roots, and leaves, and a juicer to make fresh juice that will cure many different problems including a the cold and flu.

You can return to the wild and find all of the materials that you need in your natural environment, or you can just turn to the internet to supply you with all of the ingredients you need. Many of the natural antibiotics I discuss in the upcoming chapters can be planted in your own backyard and be a valuable resource for healing and staying healthy.
Some of the ingredients might be foreign; some may already be in your house that you didn’t even know had healing powers. Either way, try the natural antibiotics for yourself and discover the natural healing properties in each one. If one works for your body, you’ll hold the knowledge to solve future illness. If you don’t like the taste of another, forgo that method and turn to something you enjoy better.

You can also use combinations of these natural antibiotics to increase their healing abilities and get you back on your feet from an illness in a snap. If you have any questions or concerns about any methods listed here don’t forget that there are plenty of resources online to turn to, and you can always discuss the viability of these cures with your medical specialist so that you’re aware of any risks.
Get ready to learn how to heal your body and return to the plants that people have turned to for thousands of years to cure their ailments. Here we go!

A Bit About Synthetic Antibiotics

Bacteria are microorganisms that live everywhere, in your drinking water, in the dirt, and even within your body. Some bacteria in the body are helpful and assist with many different bodily processes. Without bacteria your body couldn’t produce vitamin K, convert foods to energy, or get rid of waste that would lead to cancer and other diseases.
Most people only think of bacteria as being negative because of the germs and diseases that certain types of bacteria can cause. Pathogenic bacteria are the harmful types of bacteria that cause infection. Food poisoning, ulcers, sexually transmitted diseases, and meningitis are just a few of the bacterial diseases that exist. Many of these conditions are contagious and even life threatening.

Antibiotics are used to stop pathogenic bacteria from harming the body and spreading to other people. Usually the antibiotics that people are familiar with are chemical antibiotics in the form of medication. These antibiotics don’t heal every problem and can do more damage than good if used incorrectly.
Over time bacteria becomes more resistant to chemical treatments. The goal of a bacterium is to thrive and continue to live. Whenever a new form of treatment is introduced to destroy bad bacteria, it can adapt to changes over a few bacteria lifetimes and alter itself to reduce the effectiveness of the drug or stop the treatment from working altogether.
A lifespan for bacteria can be as short as 20 minutes, so it can be a quick process for
bacteria to become immune to new treatments. As bacteria travels it communicates with other bacteria. During this exchange bacteria passes along all of the changes it has undergone in order to continue living.
From then on all future generations of the bacteria are passed on the resistant properties, making it harder to destroy other forms of pathogenic bacteria with the same treatments. This is why super bacteria that are drug resistant are formed. A pathogenic bacterium that has built resistance to drugs is a national concern that takes thousands of lives every year.

Every time that bacteria comes in contact with antibiotics, bacteria becomes stronger and makes physical changes to become more drug resistant. That’s why it’s so important to not misuse antibiotics and to only use them when they’re absolutely necessary.For instance if you use an antibiotic to attempt to cure a virus (which can’t be treated by antibiotics) then the antibiotics may destroy positive bacteria in the body. Reduction of good bacteria can make it more difficult to fight disease. If the good bacteria changes and becomes immune to that antibiotic then it’s possible for that immunity to pass on to pathogenic bacteria your develop an illness.
Synthetic antibiotics are all around, both on the land and within the water supply. This is because antibiotics remain active when they are thrown away; leave the body as waste, or when manufactures dispose of them in the environment. Antibiotics are only killed in high heat or from UV rays from the sun and having them around constantly leads to resistant bacteria.Since there’s huge pollution of antibiotics that risk causing bacteria to build resistance and potentially take the lives of those that it comes in contact with, it’s important to find another source of antibiotics, mainly natural antibiotics instead of synthetic ones

– Sida

There are over 200 different varieties of plants in the Sida genus, all of which produce flowers. In the United States they are located in the Southwest, the lower half of the Great Plains, the Southeast, Mideast, and New England. A plant in the Sida genus is sometimes called a fanpetal, and they are spread worldwide in mainly tropical and subtropics regions.Only a couple of the Sida’s have undergone research as to their application for natural antibiotic purposes, however many different plants in the Sida genus have been used in medicine throughout the world for many years.
Sida’s are fairly common and many of them are considered weeds. The ones that have been researched the most are Sida acuta, Sida cordifolia, Sida rhombifolia, Sida spinosa, and Sida tiagii. With continued research hopefully it is discovered that many other Sida plants have similar healing properties. If this occurs, because of the widespread access to Sida plants, it might be one of the most important natural antibiotics to cure disease.
Plants in the Sida genus have many different healing properties. They have been used to treat tuberculosis, staph infections, infected wounds, cancer of the blood, and anemia. Sida is active against bacterium such as herpes, listeria, and salmonella as well.Most of the Sida plants can be used to cure the same conditions, but it’s recommended that you find Sida acuta to use as a natural antibiotic if you can. You can make Sidatinctures yourself by harvesting the plant and preparing it, or you can buy your Sida online.

If you plan to find Sida yourself or have it growing in your backyard, it’s best to make it into a tea or tincture. You can also turn it into powder, which is great to apply to skin infections, or into a capsule if you don’t enjoy the taste. You can take the whole plant including the roots to turn into medicine or you can just use the leaves. To relieve your skin of an infection or to heal eczema, apply the powder on your skin as often as necessary. You can drink Sida tea up to 10 times daily to treat anemia, diarrhea, dysentery, fevers, and cancer of the blood or drink a cup or two daily to prevent disease. Once the tea cools you can also use it to cure eye infections.

A few warnings about Sida: Women who are trying to get pregnant should not use Sida as it acts as a natural contraceptive. It’s suggested that you contact your doctor if you are pregnant or want to become pregnant before using the Sida plant. Sida also contains ephedrine, however it’s in a very lose dosage that isn’t harmful unless you’re taking other ephedrine products. Sida is also hypoglycemic so if you’re diabetic it might affect your medication. Check your blood sugar and be aware of any changes that Sida causes.

– Bidens

Similar to the Sida genus, the bidens genus also has about 200 different species of plants in it. It can be found throughout the United States and is often called beggarticks. Variations of biden plants are located in different climates and most of them are considered weedy and invasive.The variation of Bidens with the highest medicinal value is called the bidens pilosa. It grows in parts of the Far West, Southwest, most of the Southeast, and in parts of the Great Lakes. Bidens plants can be used to treat mucous membrane systemic infections and systemic staph infections. Many other bidens genus plants can be used to the same effect.

Unlike the Sida genus, you’ll want to use bidens plants while they are fresh instead of dried out. You can use the whole plant including the roots, but most of the time just using the leaves should do. The two best methods for using bidens as an antibiotic is by making a tincture or creating a fresh juice out of the leaves.
To make a tincture use one part fresh plant leaves to two parts liquid. About 95% of the liquid should be grain alcohol that’s 190 proof. The remaining 5% is water. Use it to fight internal infection by adding 60 drops to you water, or apply it directly to an infected skin.

To make a juice you can add bidens to your blender or juicer. You’ll want to make sure that it’s a very high quality juicer since fibers of the bidens plants are very strong. The bidens juice can be used directly on the skin or taken internally by adding it to water. You can also make tea or do a cold infusion of the bidens plant, however it loses its strength right away, so you should consume it the same day that you make it.

Locating the plant is pretty easy in the right climates, since it grows throughout the United States and much of the world. It has white or yellow petals with a yellow and orange interior. The generally cover the ground during the spring and grow larger during the summer and take on more of a common weed appearance.
You can plant the seeds in your yard since they are easy to grow if you want to keep bidens plants around. The seeds are very easy to find and chances are you’ll get a few on your clothing while you’re harvesting bidens. People also use bidens as a potted decorative plant if you don’t want it to be invasive in your yard.

– Artemisia

There are 100 different types of artemisia plants located throughout the United States. The main type of artemisia that has antibiotic properties is called artemisia annua and grows in every region of the US. It’s commonly called sweet sagewort and has been used to treat many different medical conditions.
Most commonly Artemisia is used to cure malaria. The active ingredient found in artemisia plants is known as artemisinin and had been one of the main ingredients for fighting malaria worldwide. Artemisia can also be used to help cure blood infections and systemic cancers. It fights against intestinal parasites, is active against various types of cancer cells, and can be used to cure skin infections.

Within the past few years it seems that for a number of different reasons a stronger strain of malaria is spreading that shows some resistance to artemisinin, but it hasn’t been reported outside of a few locations in Asia. This is likely due to misuse of artemisinin caused by using the drug too frequently for illness that hasn’t been proven to be malaria. To use it as an antibacterial you’ll want to use the plant while it is still fresh, instead of allowing it to dry it. It has more antibacterial properties at this stage, and loses them quickly if not fresh. Fats and alcohol break down the artemisia better than water does, so you can infuse it with milk or something with a higher fat content.

To prepare artemisia to cure malaria take 100 grams of the fresh leaves and flowers and pour a quart of whole milk over it. Let it sit while covered for at least 4 hours.Strain it and drink each day for seven days. You can also make a tincture by mixing fresh Artemisia with two parts 120 proof grain alcohol. Shake the mixture everyday for two weeks and take a tablespoon twice a day for a week.

Artemisia is found in many different parts of the United States, or you can order the herb or supplement online. Artemisia annua has fern like leaves with a yellow flower in late summer and is very aromatic. It grows on a single stem and can reach upwards of 6 feet. It grows pretty much anywhere and is a good plant to have in your backyard so that you can harvest it easily. Since artemisia is considered a weed or invasive, it will continue to grow in your yard each year after you plant it.

Some people begin to feel nauseous after consuming artemisia to cure malaria. Gastrointestinal problems also may occur and cause vomiting, cramping, and loss of appetite so look out for any of these issues if taking large doses at a time. Problems should correct themselves once you stop taking artemisia.


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