200 Herbal Antibiotic Caps

200 Herbal Antibiotic Caps

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Atlantic Kelp, Pau’Darco, Garlic, Echinacea, Elderberry, Sarsaparilla - Antibiotics are used to kill or inhibit bacteria growth. Although you might think of antibiotics as modern medicine, they’ve actually been around for centuries. The original antibiotics, like a lot of today’s antibiotics, are derived from natural sources.
Atlantic Kelp - Seaweed produces metabolites aiding in the protection against different environmental stresses. These compounds show antiviral, antiprotozoal, antifungal, and antibacterial properties. Macroalgae can be cultured in high volumes and would represent an attractive source of potential compounds useful for unconventional drugs able to control new diseases or multiresistant strains of pathogenic microorganisms.
Pau D’Arco - Used as a potent medicinal herb for its natural antibiotic properties, inhibiting potentially harmful bacteria and yeast from the body, while supporting the growth of beneficial microbial strains.It is not technically an adaptogen, but works on the secretory immune system or the body's first line of defense against pathogenic organisms. Adaptogens specifically function on deeper immune reserves and are more beneficial when taken on a regular basis. Pau d'arco on the other hand, as a purifying herb, is best used for short periods of time to heal certain immune associated disorders. Some of the primary constituents in the bark, composed of quinones, flavonoids, like quercetin, and a number of glycoside compounds, are very potent antifungal and antiviral complexes. These specific attributes make it a top cleansing herb for yeast overgrowth, fungal and viral infections in addition to skin conditions like psoriasis or eczema.
Garlic - Garlic has the broadest spectrum of any antimicrobial substance that we know of — it is antibacterial, antifungal, antiparasitic, antiprotozoal and antiviral. Although garlic attacks bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms directly, it also stimulates the body’s natural defences against these invaders. Garlic’s remarkable and legendary power against infectious diseases is due to a combination of both these properties
Echinacea - The benefits of Echinacea have been known about by the American Indian people since before the arrival of Columbus, as it was used to treat wounds and infections. This was a common herbal remedy, due to its properties of being a natural anti-biotic, as well as antiviral, antifungal and disinfectant. It is well known as a remedy that will help coughs, colds, flu, spring allergies and respiratory infections, but did you know that it will also aid a number of other problems. It was used in the old west to treat many other health problems not so common these days, such as scarlet fever and blood poisoning.
Elderberry - Elderberry is a powerful herb with strong immune-stimulating properties and it is one of the most potent antiviral remedies known to man. Research indicates that elderberry has antiviral activity and immune enhancing activity. Researchers have found that compounds in elderberry bind to the flu virus, inhibit its replication and prevent the virus from penetrating cell walls.
Thyme - Thyme is a medicinal herb with antibiotic properties, which means that it fights pain and bacteria, providing huge short-term benefits as well as long-term advantages. Thyme is a fantastic remedy when you’ve got an infection. That pungent smell that comes from thyme is from infection-fighting essential oils. Studies have shown that thyme can fight bacterial, viral, and even fungal infections in the body. Thyme has even been shown to be effective against antibiotic-resistant bacteria, which is very exciting. It improves the activity of some antibiotics against antibiotic-resistant bacteria - this means they work better together than the antibiotics alone.
Sarsaparilla – assists bio availability