Drug-resistant strains of bacteria have become way too common in hospitals, killing over 2 million people each year. For those who want an alternative to antibiotics, there are studies that suggest plant-based remedies for some bacterial infections that will not cause the bacteria to mutate into drug-resistant strains. Cranberries are well-known for fighting urinary tract infections, and recent studies with honey have shown promising results in fighting bacteria. Cryptolepsis, Goldenseal, and Juniper berry have also been used with some success in fighting off certain infections.
- Often perceived as the cure-all in contemporary medical communities, antibiotics are prescribed en masse each year by doctors who are taught a one-size-fits-all mentality.
- Prescription antibiotics work on a singular chemical mode and are easily outsmarted by bacteria strains.
- Allopathic doctors cling to antibiotics as savior medicine because they were never properly educated on prevention, botany and the natural antibiotic properties of herbs.
“”Often perceived as the cure-all in contemporary medical communities, antibiotics are prescribed en masse each year by doctors who are taught a one-size-fits-all mentality.””