What Helps MRSA

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus also known as MRSA is an infection characterized by small, painful red bumps caused by an antibiotic-resistant strain of staph bacteria.


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Natural Remedies That May Help MRSA

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Tea Tree Oil

Tea Tree Oil is created from steam distilled Melaleuca alternifolia leaves, an evergreen shrub belonging to the myrtle family. Native to Australia’s swampy coast, it has been used as an antiseptic for centuries by the Aboriginal people. Due to germ fighting properties, Tea Tree Oil treats bacterial and fungal infections including acne, athlete’s foot, nail fungus and insect bites.


Effectiveness
38%


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Green Tea Extract

Green Tea Extract is made from dried Camellia sinensis leaves, which contain antioxidant-rich compounds called catechins, specifically epigallocatechins-3-gallate. First imported from India to Japan in the 17th century, consumption has been linked to health benefits including digestion, mental alertness, heart disease and cancer.


Effectiveness
50%


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Panax Ginseng

Ginseng, Panax ginseng, is a perennial plant native to the mountainous Far East. A component of ancient Chinese medicine, Ginseng has significant antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects and has been used in the treatment of brain function, immune support, blood glucose control, erectile dysfunction and energy production.


Effectiveness
25%


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Garlic

Garlic also known as Allium Sativum is a species of the onion genius, Allium. Native to Asia and Iran, garlic is a perennial flowering plant sprouting from a multi-segmented bulb, closely related to the onion, leek, shallot and chive. Upon trauma, the bulb creates sulfur compounds used for medicinal qualities.


Effectiveness
25%


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Honey

Honey is a sweet, thick liquid made from regurgitated flowering plant nectar that has ripened & evaporated within the beehive’s honeycomb. Honey has had a long association with humans. 4000 years ago, Egyptian hieroglyphics depict the story of a bee’s life, though it was the ancient Greeks who first used honey medicinally. 


Effectiveness
25%


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Cannabidiol (CBD)

Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, is a naturally-occurring compound in the Cannabid sativa L plant, commonly known as hemp. Originating in Central Asia, hemp has been cultivated for thousands of years.  CBD is non-psychoactive and has been used to treat conditions ranging from chronic pain and anxiety to autoimmune and skin diseases.


Effectiveness
25%


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Eucalyptus Oil


Effectiveness
1%


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