6 Natural Antibiotics You Already Have in Your Kitchen

Many research in the past years have shown that bacteria in our body can gain the generic ability to resist antibiotics. One of the changes is a change in bacterial protein that prevents the binding of fluoroquinolones to the bacteria and making it resistant. The first time a patient falls ill, only a small number of the resistant bacteria will be found in the patient’s body. However, if the illness appears for the second time, the resistant ones will make up the majority of the infection. The resistance applies not only to that particular antibiotic, but to related ones too.

Taking all this into consideration, we might as well give it a second thought to turning back to natural, anti-bacterial fighters such as certain foods and herbs that have been used before for these purposes, and they are no further than our kitchen.

Oregano and oregano oil

Other that it adds an exceptional flavor to your pizza, oregano helps digestion and weight loss. Its oil, however, has multiple purposes and is very effective in fighting bacteria that lead to infections.

Raw apple cider vinegar

There is a list of health benefits such as antibiotic and antiseptic from including raw apple cider vinegar in your nutrition. It also alkalizes your system and helps in weight loss, lowers your cholesterol and reduces the risk of developing cancer.


Honey is considered to have one of the biggest antibacterial benefits. In addition, it is one of the best natural antiseptics, antimicrobials and anti-inflammatories. The type of honey to have the highest level of these properties is the Manuka honey, found in New Zealand.

Extra virgin coconut oil

Coconut oil is more natural than any other cooking oil which is a reason enough to include it in the process of cooking on a daily basis. Moreover, it is full of antioxidants and has anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties. It is the perfect thing to use if you want to boost your immune system.


The garlic is composed of a compound called allicin which protects the body against yeast, bacteria and parasites. It also fights the common cold and keeps the germs away, at the same time giving a wonderful scent and flavor to your meal.


Great for adding taste to your meal and at the same time keeps you healthy. It is anticoagulant, anti-depressant, anti-inflammatories, helps in arthritis and diabetes management and fighting cancer. The turmeric can also have an external use if you mix turmeric and honey and apply it on your skin for several minutes. The results are healthy glowing skin in no time.


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