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    Post Herbal Medicine

    Heres a recipe for Antibiotic: Herbal Antibiotic

    1 part Thyme (Thymus vulgaris)
    1 part Lavender (Lavandula vera) (Anodyne – relatively weak)
    1 part Chamomile (Anthemis nobilis) (Anodyne)
    ˝ part Clove (Eugenia caryophyllata)
    1 part Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare)

    Put all the ingredients in a bowl, mix well, and grind the mixture into fine powder (use a blender la…)
    Pack the powdered mixture in empty gelatinous capsule (size 0) and take a capsule every three hours with some food.

    To further enhance the efficacy of this blend, you can include cinnamon into the mixture to increase the anti-microbial property. If cinnamon were to be used, 1 part of it will suffice. If you need disinfection and painkilling really badly, or for crisis management, take the capsule hourly. You shouldn’t rely on these capsules for treatment alone as chronic infection needs medical attention immediately.

    Anyhow, it is worthy to note that clove is well known to cause addiction after prolonged usage. Those with gastric problems should consider not taking this drug as clove is a local irritant. It might cause irritation of the stomach and worse, instilled peptic ulcer. However, do try for just one tablet; if you can’t take it, it’s better for you not to. Seek medical help if this is the case.

    Now, let me explain why those herbs are chosen…

    Thyme – A very antiseptic herb. It contains Thymol, a very potent germ killer. It acts like phenol but much milder with regards to human tissue but harsher to microbes (both internally and externally).

    Clove – A feeble anaesthesia, and a mild antiseptic if the herbs are used. If Clove oil is used instead, it will be a very powerful antiseptic herb and irritating as well. It assists Thyme in its germ killing mission.

    Cinnamon – If you choose to include this herb, this will also further the antiseptic property of the mixture.

    Chamomile – Painkiller, sedative, and stomachic. It is used to treat gastric disorder and included to combat the undesirable effect of clove. The same goes to Fennel to exclude bloating from the list of side-effects.

    Lavender – Nervine, used synergistically with Chamomile to provide extra relaxation (many of us tend to neglect the emotional needs of a patient. Addition of harmless will calm the patient to help recuperation). Also, Lavender is used to speed up recovery and somewhat to boost the immune system.

    You can make this into a tonic or a salve as well.

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    Sounds like it would be very helpful. I think I'll make a batch up and have it ready in case needed. Thanks.


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