Antibiotic herbs are herbs that work as natural antibiotics to help the body's immune system destroy growths of micro-organisms. Mixtures with antimicrobial properties that were used in treatments of infections were described over 2000 years ago. The term antibiosis, meaning "against life," was introduced by the French bacteriologist Vuillemin as a descriptive name of the phenomenon exhibited by these early antibacterial drugs.
The emergence of resistance of bacteria to antibacterial drugs is a common phenomenon. Emergence of resistance often reflects evolutionary processes that take place during antibacterial drug therapy. Natural antibiotics rarely display this evolution and continue to be effective.
You can apply antiseptic oils to skin infections, and fungus infections. Essential oils can be more effective, safer and cost less to use than synthetic compounds and antibiotics and viruses, funguses and bacteria that cause infections do not become immune to essential oils and natural treatments. There are several all natural herbal antibiotics that you should learn more about, and keep on hand regularly. These herbs are extremely useful for dealing with almost any kind of infection or sickness, are quite inexpensive, and the pill forms can be stored for a year or more at room temperature.
Some herbs commonly used as natural antibiotics include