7 Natural Antibiotics For Which You Don’t Need Doctor’s Advice

One of the most over prescribed “medicines” today are the hospital antibiotics. As a result of the consumption of the antibiotics many people have destroyed their digestive systems, and ironically enough, lowered their natural immunity to all types of infections. With these five powerful natural antibiotics you will get rid of infections without destructing your digestive system.

7 Natural Antibiotics For Which You Don’t Need Any Doctor Advice

Oil of oregano

Without disrupting beneficial bacteria the oil of oregano successfully takes care of pathogenic bacteria. It is also antifungal and antiviral which makes it a powerful 3 in 1 combination that rivals pharmaceuticals while not encouraging antibiotic  resistance.

Carvacrol is the key antimicrobial ingredient in the oil of oregano. In order to be effective, you must ensure that your source is at least 70 percent carvacrol content.


Honey in its raw state was used as an antibacterial agent (antibiotic) long before the synthetic antibiotics were developed in cultures throughout the world for a variety of wounds and diseases.

Today it is scientifically proven that this sweet medicine has antibacterial properties that can effectively cure skin rashes, burns and abrasions. Honey cleans the teeth and mouth of bacteria and stops bleeding gums.

Green tea

Green tea is ridiculously beneficial for health because it is weighed down with antioxidants and nutrients and of course these have a powerful effect on the body. You need a good supply of antioxidants and nutrients because they improve brain function while at the same time encouraging fat loss, and lowering the risk of tumors. One active ingredient in green tea is epigallocatechin gallate (otherwise known as EGCG), which is especially effective against some strains of oral bacteria so swish it around in your mouth to get the benefits.


For hundreds of years the echinacea has been used to treat a great number of infections. Traditionally, it was used to treat diphtheria, blood poisoning, open wounds, and other bacterial related illnesses.

Today, this potent herb is used mostly for flu and colds, due to its ability to destroy the staphylococcus aureus, which is the most dangerous form of bacteria, which causes deadly MRSA.


Garlic has been involved through the centuries by many cultures medicinally. In the 1700′s garlic was used to ward off the deadly plague. It possesses powerful antibiotic, anti-viral, anti-fungal, and anti-microbial properties. Research has shown that it helps protect good bacteria and eliminate unfriendly bacteria. It is extremely high in natural antioxidants that are found to destroy free radicals, which in turn supports a stronger immune system. It is the active ingredient allicin that is the vital component to destroying as well as warding off the harmful bacteria.


Ginger has long been recommended as an effective way to ward off nausea brought on by motion sickness or pregnancy. The phenol compounds known as shogaols and gingerols are the active component in the root that contribute to the anti-inflammatory benefits as well as lowering cholesterol.
It is easy to incorporate ginger in our daily diets. It makes a very healthy addition to juices and smoothies or made into a tea. You can also find ginger extracts, tinctures, capsules and oils in natural health stores.


Even today, dentists use clove oil as oral antiseptic and disinfecting root canals (very familiar scent that can be felt in almost every dental office). Eugenol, which is found in large quantities in clove, is regarded as the primary antimicrobial compound of the plant. This fact has been documented by many scientists around the world.

If you want to relieve a toothache, chew cloves for a couple of minutes and the pain will completely stop within two hours. However, Clove is most effective when it is turned into oil.


In a study conducted by a group of surgeons, it was found that cinnamon can kill most of bacteria found in hospitals, while in another study was found that cinnamon can kill bacteria resistant to standard antibiotics, and in the third study, it was discovered that cinnamon’s mortal enemy is Escherichia coli.