The 10 most effective plant antibiotics: You should know these natural remedies

People in Pakistan and India have been using natural remedies for centuries. They are still widely used.

1. For athlete’s foot: tea tree

Australian tea tree oil specifically kills viruses, bacteria, and fungi while also acting as an anti-inflammatory. Tea tree oil, which can be purchased from a health food store, is a very potent home remedy, particularly for warts and athlete’s foot. Soak a gauze bandage in the oil to accomplish this. It should be applied to the affected area for at least five minutes each day.

2. For eye inflammation: Euphrasia

Eyebright, a medicinal plant, has demonstrated its effectiveness, particularly in cases of conjunctivitis. Because Euphrasia removes secretions in addition to relieving itching. Several times per day, soak a cotton cloth in 250 ml of hot water with 1 teaspoon of eyebright (pharmacy). After that, place the pad over your eyes for five minutes.

3. For earache: chamomile

Infections of the middle ear can be treated with our native chamomile to reduce pain. Making chamomile tea is the simplest way to accomplish this. For several minutes, gently press the tea bag against the troubled ear after thoroughly draining it. A chamomile steam bath can also help with minor earaches (pharmacy).

4. For small wounds: Alchornea

Alchornea shrub leaves are made into a tincture (pharmacy), which works especially well on small, slowly healing wounds. Four drops of it should be applied to the affected area several times per day.

5. For tonsillitis: thyme

The herb has a bacterial-preventing effect. Studies show that the impact is similar to that of an antibiotic. How to make mouthwash 4 tablespoons of thyme leaves and 1 tablespoon of salt should be covered with 200ml of boiling water. Use the conditioner several times per day to gargle.

6. For eczema: calendula

Even Hildegard von Bingen used marigold extract to soothe eczema and inflamed skin. 150 ml of hot water and 2 teaspoons of pharmacy flowers are required. After standing for 10 minutes, strain. Three times per day, dab the skin with a cotton cloth that has been soaked in the decoction.

7. For urinary tract infections: rosemary

The ingredients of the aromatic spice inhibit inflammation, have a diuretic and antispasmodic effect. The essential oils or a special tea mixture (from the pharmacy) relieve pain in the case of a bladder infection.

8. For bronchitis: eucalyptus

Eucalyptus’s cineole is effective against bacterial infections and bronchitis. One teaspoon (Apo) of leaves are required per cup of tea. Drink three times daily after ten minutes have passed. The essential oil ensures that the bronchial mucus dissolves.

9. For intestinal infections: berberine

Particularly its bark shields the intestinal mucosa from bacteria like streptococci, preventing intestinal issues. Creating a tincture: Berberine bark should be dissolved in a mixture of 70% alcohol (at least 45 vol.) and 30% water. 2 times per day, take 1 teaspoon.

10. For a strong cough: fennel

Anethole, which has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, is abundant in fennel seeds. Additionally aids in unsticking mucus, as in the case of B. with a chronic cough. Preparation: One teaspoon of crushed fennel seeds (pharmacy) should be placed in a cup with hot water. After ten minutes, strain and add some honey to taste.



4th Professional Medical Student. Karachi Medical and Dental College.

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