June 03, 2015

20 Natural Substances Which Support Our Body’s Immune System To Heal Itself

Unnecessary antibiotics ARE dangerous! Antibiotics damage the integrity of the microbial balance in the gut. The healthy gut micro flora is 70-80% of the immune system. Impaired immune systems are less effective at healing the body.
Plant products have historically been consumed and utilized for their anti-microbial and health boosting benefits. Many plant materials are being researched for their therapeutic value for our immune health.
20 Natural Substances Which Support Our Body’s Immune System To Heal Itself
1.Manuka honey fights serious infection caused by MRSA
2.The inhalation of tea catechin appears to suppress MRSA infection in the elderly.
3.Tea tree topical preparations are superior to standard topical regimen for the clearance of MRSA colonization.
4.Garlic and tea have antibacterial activity against Klebsiella, as well as drug resistant strains of Saphylococci, Enterococci and Psedomonas aeruginosa.
5.Water extract of garlic has antimicrobical activity against multidrug-resistant bacteria and Candida species, and many other microbials.
6.The compound found within garlic known as allicin has antibacterial activity against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
7.Probiotic therapy has therapeutic value in treating Klebsiella infection in children.
8.Susceptibility to ear disease in children may be a result of deficiencies of zinc and vitamin A.
9.Topical nanocrystalline silver dressing may provide an alternative treatment for MRSA infected wounds to oral antimicrobials.
10.Cranberry may reduce the risk of urinary tract infections by inhibiting biofilms in the bladder.
11.Probiotic strains from breast milk are superior to antibiotics in the treatment of infectious mastitis.
12.Honey may have a therapeutic role in treating refractory chronic rhinosinusitus.
13.Honeydew and manuka honey has strong antimicrobial activity against multi-drug resistant pathogens.
14.Cinnamon verum bark has the highest antimicrobial activity, particularly against antibiotic resistant strains, of 13 essential oils tested.
15.A number of plant oil extracts inhibit multi-resistant strains of bacteria and yeast.
16.Clove, guava and lemongrass exhibit the highest synergism rate with antimicrobial drugs.
17.Thyme and Eucalyptus oil have antibacterial activity against MRSA isolates.
18.Compounds isolated from Bay leaf have anti-MRSA activity.
19.The essential oil of dill and peppermint enhances the antimicrobial activity of nitrofurantoin against enterobacteria.
20.Grape seed extract has bactericidal effects on MRSA.

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