From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Bacterial Infections:
- Burdock Root
- Grapefruit Seed
- Licorice Root
- Neem Leaf
- Siberian Ginseng
Natural Cures and Remedies for Bacterial Infections
Stimulates lymphatic system Bayberry is useful when glands feel swollen or tender, which is often the cause of lymphatic congestion, when the body works overtime to rid itself of problems such as viral or bacterial infections.
I use mountain grape tincture as a substitute for golden seal, the latter being endangered in the wild and difficult to cultivate. Mountain grape has a wide range of antibacterial activity and is therefore good for bacterial infections of the sinuses, throat and chest. It is also mildly anti-catarrhal.
Burdock Root, Garlic, Grapefruit Seed, Hops, Licorice Root, Neem Leaf, Siberian Ginseng, Thyme
The cause or causes of fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome remain elusive and baffling. There are, however, suspected triggering events that seem to precipitate the syndrome’s onset. Among these triggers are viral or bacterial infections, accidents, or the onset of another unrelated disorder such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, or hypothyroidism. Triggering events aren’t the cause of FMS, but they seem to awaken an underlying genetic or physiological abnormality that is already present and that predisposes one to the disease.
Helps with gastrointestinal infections Taken in moderate doses, it can be helpful in moving through episodes of food poisoning or gastroin-testinal bacterial infections.
The liver is one of the most important glandular organs in the body. It is located high up on the right side of the abdomen just under the diaphragm. It is a vast chemical laboratory which performs many important functions. It produces bile, cholesterol, lecithin, blood albumin vital to the removal of tissue wastes prothrombin essential to the clotting of blood and numerous enzymes. It inactivates hormones no longer needed, synthesises many amino acids used in building tissues and breaks proteins into sugar and fat when required for energy. It stores vitamins and minerals. It also destroys harmful substances and detoxifies drugs, poisons, chemicals and toxins from bacterial infections. Liver damage interferes with all of these functions.
Echinacea reduces the number of viral and bacterial infections, which play a role in many degenerative illnesses.