Why is the best antibiotic, really a probiotic.?
Antibiotics are way over hyped, over used, and over done.
agreed. a healthy body can and will heal itself given enough time and with the cleansing of toxins. most of us wait until it it too late before we treat our body with love.
Probiotics are live microorganisms thought to be beneficial to the host organism. Currently the most popular probiotic for humans is yogurt. Probiotics help digestion but might also harm the host if taken in too great a quantity.
A few great probiotics are MSM, Silver, and alicin. The sun is also very good for health! In the 1920's they use to give you probiotics with antibiotics because they kill both good and bad bacteria. Because of antibiotics my PH levels are very messed up. For this reason, they should be taken sparingly and ONLY with a probiotic. I learned my lesson!
Probiotic is not an antibiotic - it protects and restorates part of immune system, connected with digestion what is of main importance for the health of the body, but when inflammation is already present in the body, probiotic cannot completely replace antibiotic. Of course, the best are natural antibiotics which don`t cause further health problems and have no side-effects,
some of them I mentioned in the hub: http://hubpages.com/hub/herbal-antibiotics-homeopathy
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