Do you know what our ancestors used as antibiotics instead of pills? Check this list and learn from the wisdom of old.

1 Honey
If you have a cold or cough, mix honey in warm water and drink it twice or thrice a day.

2 Turmeric
Turmeric paste inhibits the growth of Staphylococcus aureus and E. coli, two of the most common infection-causing bacteria in humans.

3 Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV)
ACV can be used as a skin cleansing agent or a natural antibiotic for common cold when mixed with warm water.

4 Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
Coconut oil can be used to moisturize the skin and prevent acne.

5 Garlic
Garlic is good for the heart and your cholesterol. It is also an effective antibiotic against food-poisoning bacteria.

6 Oregano Oil
Oregano oils and extracts are powerfully active against food-borne stomach illness bacteria, including the dreaded E. coli.

7 Silver
The main reason people used silver cutlery was that it may have assisted with the prevention of food-borne bacteria.

8 Cabbage
Sailors used cabbage to prevent scurvy. It was also used as an ancient remedy for tuberculosis.

9 Essential Oils
Numerous essential oils have been found to have potent anti-bacterial qualities since ancient times.

10 Grapefruit Seed Extract
The anti-bacterial properties of grapefruit seed extract fight the growth of both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria.

Learn more from this very educational video from Curejoy.

 

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