Month: September 2016

Natural Antibiotics

Natural Antibiotics

Our immune systems are the wonderful and, to most of us, mysterious internal defenses against illness and infection – like little soldiers concealed within the human body, helping us to thrive. We don’t have to guide them with our thoughts – we’re not even necessarily aware that there they are, toiling night and day to keep us as safe as possible. Of course, we all go through times when nature is not enough and we need to turn to the GP or the medicine cabinet or both to get us through a particularly galling bug or virus. It’s also worth bearing in mind that we can find a lot of the help we need through our diets – yes, there are natural antibiotics lurking within some of the ingredients with which we prepare lunches and dinners. Added to that is the benefit we can accrue with regular gay massage in London, which provides a soothing balm both to the mind and the body but let’s look first at the different ingredients we can add to our diets in order to benefit from health-giving effects.

An Image of Ground Turmeric.
Ground Turmeric

Turmeric

This is the brightly-hued yellow spice so often used in curries, adding colour and a rich, sensual flavour. Astonishingly, it has anti-MRSA properties whether ingested conventionally through the mouth or applied topically. Don’t take our word for it – you’ll find an abundance of information about turmeric’s benefits online.

An image of Honey
Honey

Honey

This is the lovely gift to the world from Bees, it has antibacterial properties and can assist with the healing of  physical wounds, whether eaten or used directly on skin.

An image of a bottle of Collodial Silver
A bottle of Colloidal Silver.

Colloidal Silver

This here is a more controversial one because you’ll find as much stuff online celebrating colloidal silver as you will debunking it and thoroughly trashing it. It’s left to us to make up our own mind. Those in favour of it talk of how, before 1938, it was used by doctors to deal with bacteria. They point to the fact that it has a far less harsh effect on the Liver and Kidneys than conventional antibiotics And they recall how it was used by the Ancient Egyptians, Romans and Greeks to combat illness.

An image of the packaging of the herb Echinacea in tablet form.
Vitabiotics Echinacea Tablets

Echinacea

This is a more well-known herb that lots of people turn to when a cold or cough or sore throat attacks their poor bodies. It’s been shown to boost t-cells, which help maintain the number of anti-bodies in your system. It also assists white blood cells to withstand viruses. If you’ve never tried it, give it a go the next time you’re fighting a cold. Since the autumn is under way, this could be sooner than you think.

And don’t forget to enhance the benefits of these four ingredients/supplements with gay massage in London, so that you’re in fantastic form all year long.