13 Antibiotics You Should Always Have On Hand (No Prescription Required!)

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Flu season is just around the corner, friends. You have probably already seen those ads for flu shots popping up everywhere.

There is no doubt that antibiotics have saved lives, and in time of need, they can be of real benefit. We are certainly not here to knock antibiotics — only our overuse of them.

Since antibiotics were introduced to mainstream medicine in the 1940’s, people have forgotten which natural antibiotics work for us.

Antibiotics are one of the most overprescribed drugs of our modern age. Worse yet, they don’t kill fungal infections, viruses, or ease sore throats and coughs caused by other problems. Yet, this is exactly what most people go to the doctor looking to cure: Their nagging cough or their flu symptoms.

Because of this, we have created a world filled with super bugs, bacteria that no longer respond to antibiotics.

There are numerous natural substances on this earth that are effective at treating most common  health problems, including viruses, fungal infections, and minor, non-life threatening infections.

The best news about natural antibiotics? They won’t create super bugs, they will help kill viruses and fungus, and they don’t kill off the good bacteria in your body — only the bad guys.

We have made a list of 13 of the best natural antibiotics that you should have on hand this cold and flu season. You can avoid the flu shot, avoid a trip to the doctor, and avoid complications from antibiotic use.

Keep reading: This is valuable information your great grandmother knew, but, in all likelihood, it was not passed on to you.


1. Pau d’Arco

Whenever you consume prescription antibiotics, you kill off the good bacteria in the digestive system, which often leads to yeast infections, especially one type of fungus known as candida. Pau d’Arco is a terrific antifungal agent that can stop the growth of candida and the sugar cravings that come along with it.

By eating plenty of probiotic foods and stopping candida from growing by consuming herbs such Pau d’Arco, you can allow the “good” bacteria in your gut to regain their numbers and control. Most of your immune system is located in your digestive system, so you would be wise to take steps to start improving it today.  This plant has been used as medicine for thousands of years. In 2010, the Journal of Biology published a study finding that Pau d’Arco is highly effective when it comes to fighting fungi. This is most commonly consumed as a tea, but it does seem to be an acquired taste.

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