5 Natural remedies that don’t require a prescription

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5 Natural remedies that don’t require a prescription
The truth behind the ideal health state is hidden in this simple secret that Dr. Maggie Luther, ND. decided to share with us.
Nowadays, antibiotics have become the number one solution for almost any infection, or illness, but they seem to work less and less lately.

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The overconsumption of antibiotics has led us to resistance, according to which almost 2 million people in America only have been affected by antibiotic-resistant bacteria, whereas almost 23,000 people will suffer lethal consequences as a result.
MRSA is very included in the superbugs and alongside it,

there are also Clostridium difficile, drug resistant Neisseria gonorrhea and Streptococcus pneumonia, fluconazole-resistant Candida, and others.
As a result of antibiotic resistance, we are now witnessing multi-drug resistant Tuberculosis and other impairments that would normally help fight off HIV and malaria.

How do we solve this? First off, antibiotics cannot solve that many problems and especially won’t if you mix them simultaneously. You need to take them carefully, and that is if you really have to.
In order to deal with issues like benign problems, viral infections, the cold, the flu, earaches, chest congestion and more, you can always go for natural options that will not bring side-effects of any sort.

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Raw Honey
Honey falls among the healthiest natural foods you can consume. Even better, when it is raw, it means it possesses amino acids, B-vitamins, minerals, enzymes, antioxidants, and antimicrobial compounds.

Furthermore, honey is packed with bee pollen and Propolis that strengthen the immunity and help the body heal properly. Raw honey has been especially beneficial in treating cough in children and improving their sleep immensely. The same is true for cases of diabetes and cases of ulcers.
Raw honey is used in form of a prophylactic to treat individuals that are scheduled for cataract surgery or other kinds of postoperative issues.
Raw honey also works amazingly as a painkiller, and is very favorable to use after tonsils removal as well as during a diet and in case of insomnia.
Raw honey can also treat MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) and as research shows Manuka honey from New Zealand is the richest honey type in methylglyoxal. This compound provides mighty antimicrobial effect that can easily treat MRSA.
Although raw honey is very healthy, children under the age of 2 are not advised to consume it, since it may lead to botulism.

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