AntiMikroba Alami untuk Melawan Virus

Untuk menghadapi berbagai virus dan bakteri yang mematikan, baiknya manfaatkan antimikroba alami yang kadang malah lebih ampuh daripada obat antibiotik kimia. Beberapa virus dan bakteri yg resisten thd antibiotik, ternyata mati saat berhadapan dgn madu atau minyak zaitun. Bisa jadi Coronavirus dari kota Wuhan bisa mati dengan antibiotik alami ini.
Di antara antimikroba lain selain madu dan minyak zaitun adalah virgin coconut oil, jeruk nipis, garam, bawang putih, frankicense dsb.
Bekam rutin untuk membuang Causative Pathological Substances juga baik untuk meningkatkan Sistem Kekebalan Tubuh kita.

Antimikroba tersebut berfungsi sebagai Antiviral untuk membunuh virus, Antibiotik untuk membunuh bakteri, dan Antifungal untuk membunuh jamur, Antiparasitis untuk membunuh parasit.
J Food Prot. 2007 May;70(5):1194-9.
Antimicrobial activity of olive oil, vinegar, and various beverages against foodborne pathogens.
Medina E1, Romero C, Brenes M, De Castro A.
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The survival of foodborne pathogens in aqueous extracts of olive oil, virgin olive oil, vinegar, and several beverages was evaluated. Vinegar and aqueous extracts of virgin olive oil showed the strongest bactericidal activity against all strains tested. Red and white wines also killed most strains after 5 min of contact, black and green tea extracts showed weak antimicrobial activity under these conditions, and no effect was observed for the remaining beverages (fruit juices, Coca-Cola, dairy products, coffee, and beer). The phenolic compound content of the aqueous olive oil and virgin olive oil extracts could explain their antibacterial activity, which was also confirmed in mayonnaises and salads used as food models. Virgin olive oil in mayonnaises and salads reduced the counts of inoculated Salmonella Enteritidis and Listeria monocytogenes by approximately 3 log CFU/g. Therefore, olive oil could be a hurdle component in certain processed foods and exert a protective effect against foodborne pathogens when contaminated foods are ingested.
Olive oil contains many nutrients that can inhibit or kill harmful bacteria (47Trusted Source).
One of these is Helicobacter pylori, a bacterium that lives in your stomach and can cause stomach ulcers and stomach cancer.
Test-tube studies have shown that extra virgin olive oil fights eight strains of this bacterium, three of which are resistant to antibiotics (48Trusted Source).
A study in humans suggested that 30 grams of extra virgin olive oil, taken daily, can eliminate Helicobacter pylori infection in 10–40% of people in as little as two weeks
Honey is one the oldest known antibiotics, tracing back to ancient times. Egyptians frequently used honey as a natural antibiotic and skin protectant.
Honey contains hydrogen peroxideTrusted Source, which may account for some of its antibacterial properties. It also has a high sugar content, which can help stop the growth of certain bacteria.
Additionally, honey has a low pH level. This works to pull moisture away from bacteria, causing the bacteria to get dehydrated and die off.
To use honey as an antibiotic, apply it directly to the wound or infected area. The honey can help kill off the bacteria and aid in the healing process.
Garlic has long been thought to have antimicrobial properties. A 2011 study found that garlic concentrate is effective against bacteria.
Researchers in a 2000 study concluded that an extract of myrrh could kill off several everyday pathogens. This includes:
E. coli
Staphylococcus aureus
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Candida albicans
Honey: its medicinal property and antibacterial activity
Manisha Deb Mandal1 and Shyamapada Mandal2,*
Indeed, medicinal importance of honey has been documented in the world’s oldest medical literatures, and since the ancient times, it has been known to possess antimicrobial property as well as wound-healing activity. The healing property of honey is due to the fact that it offers antibacterial activity, maintains a moist wound condition, and its high viscosity helps to provide a protective barrier to prevent infection. Its immunomodulatory property is relevant to wound repair too. The antimicrobial activity in most honeys is due to the enzymatic production of hydrogen peroxide. However, another kind of honey, called non-peroxide honey (viz., manuka honey), displays significant antibacterial effects even when the hydrogen peroxide activity is blocked. Its mechanism may be related to the low pH level of honey and its high sugar content (high osmolarity) that is enough to hinder the growth of microbes. The medical grade honeys have potent in vitro bactericidal activity against antibiotic-resistant bacteria causing several life-threatening infections to humans. But, there is a large variation in the antimicrobial activity of some natural honeys, which is due to spatial and temporal variation in sources of nectar. Thus, identification and characterization of the active principle(s) may provide valuable information on the quality and possible therapeutic potential of honeys (against several health disorders of humans), and hence we discussed the medicinal property of honeys with emphasis on their antibacterial activities.

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