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What You Should Know About Natural Antibiotics

Natural antibiotics

Natural antibiotics

Although there are quite a few antibiotics that are commercially available, there are also fruits, vegetables, spices and other natural products that contain naturally contain antibiotics.

Antibiotics help destroy or inhibit growth of certain bacteria – preventing them from escalating into full sickness or diseases. Here is a list of some of the best natural antibiotics.

  • Garlic

Garlic contains allicin which has the ability to destroy viruses and even fungi. It also has numerous antioxidants that can help destroy bacteria and make the immune system stronger.

  • Pau D’ Arco

Pau D’ Arco is often used and consumed as tea and is a local herb in South America. Some countries like the Philippines have made use of such herb in liniments and oils that are to be applied onto the skin. Pau D’ Arco contains lapachol which fights of infection by bacteria, fungi and virus.

  • Manuka Honey

    Garlic is one of the best natural antibiotics

    Garlic is one of the best natural antibiotics

Manuka Honey is native to Australia and New Zealand and is highly famed for its ability to kill bacteria. Manuka honey is often applied externally onto the skin and can fight off even the most lethal of bacteria and pathogen.

  • Myrrh

Myrrh has long been used due to its antiseptic, antiviral and antibiotic properties. It can be applied externally and can also be taken internally. Myrrh has been commonly used as wash for wounds and even as a natural mouth gargle.

  • Citricidal

Citricidal is extracted from the seeds of grapefruit and was first discovered in 1976 by Dr. Louis Parish. It is said to inhibit the growth of fungi, bacteria and virus.

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Home Treatments and Preventive Measures for Dark Eye Circles

Dark eye circles

Dark eye circles

I am sure you know what dark eye circles means, right? If you do not know what it is, please continue to read. Dark eye circles are caused by several factors. For most people, dark circles are results of a lack in sleep. When a person lacks sleep, the skin becomes paler than usual giving other body parts with many nerves and blood vessels a bluish and darker tone.

Dark eye circles can also be caused by dehydration and iron deficiency. If your mother or your father has naturally dark eye circles, there’s a high chance that you will be having them too as dark eye circles are also hereditary.

Dark eye circles do not bring any type of harm in the body but it can be a very good downer for your self confidence. Here are a few treatments and preventive measures that you can do at home to prevent having dark eye circles.

  • Make sure that you get enough rest. That means eight hours of sleep a day – otherwise you’ll wake up looking like a panda bear.
  • Hydrate! Hydrate! Hydrate! There is no simpler way to prevent and get rid of dark eye circles than to keep count of your water intake. Make sure to drink at least eight glasses of water a day.
  • Place a spoon in the fridge for at least 15 minutes. Cover your eyes using the frozen spoon until the spoon gets back to normal temperature.
  • Boil some chamomile tea bags and let cool by rinsing with cold water. Hold it on your eyes for a good 20 minutes to reduce puffiness and lessen the dark shade.
  • Use ice cold cucumber slices and place them on your eyes to reduce puffiness and tighten up the skin in the eye area.

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