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8 ‘Antibiotics’ Our Ancestors Used Instead Of Pharmaceutical Pills

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This article comes from collective-evolution.com

by Alexa Erickson

In a day and age where we are given a pill for every conceivable ill, it may seem strange to hear someone reject swallowing one down. We have come to believe here in the West that medications are our only option and remedies found in nature mere snake oil. But with big pharmaceutical companies shamelessly trying to make a buck at every turn, it’s important we remember that, long before these pills came to be, people were surviving naturally, utilizing hundreds of years of collected knowledge.

The overuse of antibiotics has reached an all-time high, and the results of this uncontrolled experiment are, quite frankly, alarming. Drug-resistant bacteria and “superbugs” are evolving faster than scientists can keep up with, casting doubt on our future ability to fight off these bacteria.

Foods and herbs were once used on a daily basis to guard against infection and disease before the development of pharmaceutical antibiotics in the 1940s, and they continue to be used by natural enthusiasts around the world.

Here are some holistic ways to heal without succumbing to pharmaceutical antibiotics, we recommend that you content a Naturopathic doctor, or someone you know is knowledgable with regards to dosage and frequency of consumption, it might be different depending on your illness.

Oregano 
Popular as a flavoring for your Italian dishes, oregano aids digestion and weight loss. Furthermore, the oil in oregano, Carvacrol, is a natural antimicrobial which can fight bacteria that cause infections and as well as combat Candida overgrowth. This is arguably the first supplement you should reach for when you come down with a cold or flu.

Raw Apple Cider Vinegar 
ACV has been trending recently as people continue to uncover its many medicinal uses. From its antibiotic and antiseptic properties to being able to naturally alkalize your system, it’s a much-loved potion. Heartburn sufferers should keep ACV well within reach, eschewing antacids, which only worsen your situation. ACV can also help you to manage your weight, lower cholesterol, and cut your risk of cancer. Used topically, this chemical-free astringent can disinfect and sterilize.

Honey
Oh so tasty, honey is nature’s sweetener. The enzyme found in honey releases hydrogen peroxide, making it perfect for naturally treating wounds and preventing infection — which is precisely what the ancient Romans used it for on the battlefield.

Garlic
Often used to enhance many meals, this plant is pretty powerful, as it can fight the common cold. The allicin in it protects against yeast, parasites, bacteria, and more.

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9 comments

  1. Another good one, Im told and just starting to test, is a plant called neem. Ive had great results using it in a toothpaste and mouth wash so far.

  2. OK is now going into non evidence based medicine? Not exactly your wheel house. Is it for ad revenue? Just so you know, MDs and DOs are not hiding anything. Sometimes we do not understand the mechanism, but we will always use what works. If peach pits or oregano or whatever proved effective against a disease in a double blinded control trial, doctors would use it. I can just feel the dangerous, stupid, anti vaccination article being published here in 3…. 2……

    1. I didn’t see any doctor bashing in the article Ed. Some of these have been used by my family, and myself, for years. With good results. In fact, there are several “natural” remedies that I use that are not mentioned here, including Dandelion Root Tea, Cinnamon, Chromium Picolinate, and Apple Cider Vinegar. Which is mentioned.
      My doctor not only knows I use these, (he is a D.O.), but he introduced me to several of them himself.
      When I saw this on the Oath Keepers page, I didn’t think they were delving off into “Non Evidence Based Medicine”, quite the contrary; I figured they were trying to help people by sharing knowledge that they made need, now or in the future. Or maybe just because some of us get tired of big phama working hand in hand with the federal government and their lame stream media lackeys, to push more and more expensive medications on us that are often not needed, don’t work as well as natural remedies, and are usually severely over priced. Something else my doctor shared with me.
      Personally, I see no ads.

      1. Most of the stuff at the hippie store is harmless, but basically unproven. There are exceptions. St. John’s wart is a drug interaction machine that nobody should take, for instance.

  3. Ed demands the double blind trial before his profession will use it. I am wondering how many Pharma companies sponser double blind tests for weeds,herbs etc?? Just asking cuz I don’t know the process.

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