The use of medication has drastically increased in the last decade. More than 2 million people become ill from bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics each year. Medicines are widely used to prevent the diseases as well as to cure the diseases. However, often the wrong antibiotic prescription or over-dependency on antibiotics can actually do more harm then good.
How Antibiotic Overuse Affects You?
Antibiotics destroy all of the bacteria in the body within 7 days. It destroying good bacteria (probiotics), reducing vitamin absorption and damaging the digestive lining. As a result, many infectious diseases have become difficult to treat.
Why Essential Oils Rule?
It is possible for bacteria to become resistant to essential oils, but it’s unlikely because the oils contain hundreds more chemical compounds than antibiotic medications, making it difficult for bacteria to adapt to the oils.
Most essential oils are high in antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties, such as Lemon, grapefruit, eucalyptus, peppermint, tea tree, lavender, and rosemary have been shown to effectively treat a wide range of common health issues such as nausea and migraines, and a rapidly growing body of research is finding that they are powerful enough to kill human cancer cells of the breast, colon, mouth, skin, and more.
Studies have shown plant extracts from oregano, cinnamon and chili pepper essential oils help feed the immune system to keep it operating at its best.
Essential oils can help to fortify our castle’s walls and keep out harmful pathogens. Eucalyptus strengthening the immune system. It is naturally antiseptic, anti inflammatory and it is also an expectorant which means it strengthens the body’s ability to expel mucus from the air passages.