Do you know what our ancestors used as antibiotics instead of pills? Check this list and learn from the wisdom of old.
If you have a cold or cough, mix honey in warm water and drink it twice or thrice a day.
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.
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.
The main reason people used silver cutlery was that it may have assisted with the prevention of food-borne bacteria.
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.
Drugs are the go-to fix for many illnesses, but what did people do before antibiotics existed?
Posted by Curejoy Videos on Tuesday, 25 April 2017