Is there such a thing as a natural antibiotic? Actually there are several remedies that can affect bacterial as well as viral infections and inflammations. One I order regularly from Evergreen Herbs is HERBAL ABX [Herbal Antibiotic]. With eleven Chinese herbs, it has broad spectrum antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-fungal effects. It addresses all kinds of infections, with or without fever: respiratory, gastrointestinal, and urinary tract infections, hepatic disorders, and sexually transmitted diseases.
Why would one use such a thing when the heavy duty antibiotics are available? Well, we have all heard that many ”super bugs” are becoming impervious to antibiotics due to overuse. Furthermore, antibiotics disrupt the ”good” bacteria that we desperately need to help break down and digest our food. These days, our digestive systems are becoming desensitized from ingesting meats that were treated with antibiotics. And many times, antibiotics with unpleasant side effects, clean up the current bacterial mess without addressing the underlying condition that brought on the microbial overload.
[photo: Bacteria] After all, our bodies are virtually a Noah’s arc of bacteria. We are FULL of bacteria—good and bad strains that are beneficially active or safely dormant. So why do certain ones take over suddenly and run amuk? Stress, diet, environmental conditions, weather, contagion, etc. If antibiotic treatment has so many downsides, then here is one product that can act as an insurance policy to reduce or even PREVENT inflammations. One 80 yr. old patient got rid of a 12 years long sinus infection with Herbal ABX after many rounds of antibiotics through the years. ABX is only available through practitioners. I try to keep it on my shelf since it is so popular.
[photo: Flu Virus] And how do these herbs work together to fight bacteria and viruses? With 4,000 years of experimentation behind them, let’s take these Chinese herbalists at their word… Therapeutic Action of ABX: “Clears fire and toxic damp heat; cools blood, invigorates blood circulation, drains pus, promotes urination, clears toxins.” Thus it deals with the terrain. Damp heat is more than just a metaphor. I invite your comments here on the blog page.