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Posted: January 23, 2013 | 0 Comments


Antimicrobial Herbs – Benefits and Uses Overview

Some herbs have antimicrobial properties. They can kill disease-causing microbes like bacteria and viruses. Some antimicrobial herbs can be used as disinfectants and antiseptics. In fact, there are antimicrobial herbs so efficient at killing germs that they can replace the commercial cleaning products you use to do housework. Other antimicrobial herbs can be applied to the skin after minor cuts, burns, or scrapes to help prevent infection.

Antimicrobial Herbs

Note: Antimicrobial herbs cannot conquer infections that have already taken hold. Don’t try to fight an infection with antimicrobial herbs unless you are receiving guidance and supervision from an herbalist. Some infections can cause permanent damage and death. Get professional healthcare immediately.

These antimicrobial herbs may be helpful in a variety of situations:

Antimicrobial Herbs Used As Topical Antiseptics

Antimicrobial Herbs Used For Their Antibacterial Qualities

Antimicrobial Herbs Used For Their Antiviral Qualities

Antimicrobial Herbs Used For Their Disinfectant Qualities

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