This natural antibiotic will instantly boost your immune system!
Over-the-counter medication may not always provide instant relief in most situations. Some of these go-to drugs can't give a long-term solution, and some don't even treat the underlying problem.
The worst part? We often overuse conventional antibiotics and forget that natural remedies always work better.
Today, there are many natural antibiotics, and honey, turmeric, and garlic are the most popular and tasty.
Honey is capable of fighting infections without causing antibiotic-resistant bacteria, unlike conventional antibiotics. Scientists have also found that honey is a more powerful product than all antibiotics available.
According to a study published in the European Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, researchers discovered that honey was able to kill every bacteria and pathogen they tested it on.
They concluded that this naturally occurring substance could be applied to the skin to help fight infections like cuts and insect bites. They also noted it could be taken internally.
According to Dr. Dee Carter:
"Our research is the first to clearly show that these honey-based products could, in many cases, replace antibiotic creams on wounds and equipment such as catheters. Using honey as an intermediate treatment could also prolong the life of antibiotics."
Turmeric is another powerful antibiotic, and the most important compounds contained in it are called curcuminoids.
As a polyphenol, curcumin contains several healing properties. It's an antioxidant and antiseptic, anti-inflammatory anti-fungal, and antibacterial properties.
Combining honey and turmeric gives you the most powerful antibiotic you could ever get. The combination is also known as Golden Honey and has been used in Ayurveda medicine for thousands of years.
And recently, its use has grown exponentially in Western medicine and nutrition.
Describing the health benefits of honey and turmeric combination, BenefitsOfHoney says:
"An invaluable natural remedy for a myriad of ailments and diseases including indigestion, cold, flu, asthma, hypertension, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, arthritis, diabetes, heart diseases, depression and anxiety, inflammation of wounds and burns, eczema, psoriasis and acne, and aging (protects the liver and kidneys)."
TurmericForHealth also adds:
"A study has shown that an Ayurvedic medicine containing turmeric and honey as two of the active ingredients stimulated the production and functionality of immune cells and thus, could result in improved immunity against diseases."
"Combining turmeric with honey enhances its anti-microbial activity. They can together act against a variety of bacterial and fungal strains known to cause infections in humans."
How to make turmeric Infused honey
¼ cup raw honey
1 teaspoon ground turmeric (of therapeutic quality)
2 drops lemon essential oil (optional)
Mix ¼ cup of honey with a teaspoon of turmeric powder.
Mix thoroughly, cover, and store at room temperature.
Just give the honey mixture a quick stir before using each time.