How to make your own natural antibiotic!
- 30 gm fresh herb (or half amount of dried)
- 1 pint Vodka (Apple Cider Vinegar can be substituted)
Place herb into medium sized preserving jar. Cover with Vodka. Seal. Place in sunlight on windowsill for two weeks. Shake twice daily. After two weeks strain through coffee filter. Discard herb. (This can be placed in a compost heap.) Add two cups pure water to herb mixture. Place in dark glass bottle. Securely seal. THIS IS YOUR CONCENTRATED MOTHER TINCTURE. This can be kept in your cupboard and a tincture made when required. Take 25 drops from your concentrate and put into a 25/30ml brown glass bottle.
Herbal medicine is a branch of Naturopathy – a way to bring optimum health back to the body using methods which are as close to nature as possible. People for various reasons, losing health benefits, and also those who do not want to continue using drugs are turning to natural medicine. Many spices, vegetables, fruits and herbs hold inexpensive and easy ways to assist healing. For example, garlic has been used for centuries by the ancients as a natural anti-biotic. My book entitled “Wild Abut Weeds” gives many examples of how you can assist your health to recovery for one a few cents. It is our right to be healthy, vibrant and well into the twilight of our lives. Herbs have been used for the Egyptians, North American Indians, Africans, Europeans for centuries with amazing results. Our body does not tolerate drugs and it designed to process natural remedies with ease.
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