Natural antibacterial products are those derived from natural sources, such as plants and minerals, while synthetic antibacterial products are produced through chemical synthesis. Most people prefer natural antibacterial products as they are believed to be safer and less toxic. Natural antibacterial products can also exhibit selective killing of microbes that are important for preserving the healthy microbiota from the gastrointestinal tract, as well as skin microflora. Here are some of these products that provide many benefits and are available in health food stores.
Tea tree oil
The plant has been used for centuries by Australian aboriginals to treat conditions such as boils, skin infections, and athlete’s foot.
Tea tree oil is a popular natural antimicrobial product that works by disrupting the cellular metabolism of bacteria, viruses, fungi, insects, and mites. This kills them or inhibits their ability to cause infection.
It is also commonly used as an anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antiviral, balsamic, expectorant, insecticide, and tonic and is an effective remedy for cold sores, VA, candida and athlete’s foot.
Tea tree oil is generally considered safe when used as recommended. However, it should not be taken by mouth as it can cause serious side effects, including liver problems due to the high levels of terpenes in it. Tea tree oil is toxic if
Raw honey is a food that has many antibacterial and antimicrobial properties that help protect it from spoilage by harmful bacteria or fungi. It is often combined with cinnamon, cloves, thyme, and ginger to make an effective topical treatment for bacterial or fungal infections.
Cinnamon is also an antibacterial and antimicrobial agent that can be used against many different types of bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses. It works by disrupting the cellular metabolism of microorganisms; it prevents them from growing and multiplying, which eventually leads to their death. It can be used as an antifungal agent for skin infections such as tinea pedis, tinea corporis, ringworm, candidiasis (athlete’s foot), and jock itch.
Lavender has antibacterial properties that can help fight infection-causing bacteria. It is commonly used against acne, boils, fungal infections, psoriasis, and scabies.
Coconut oil has antibacterial properties due to its high saturated fat content, which inhibits the growth of harmful microorganisms. Its fatty acid profile also makes it an effective antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial substance.
These are some of the products and you can learn more by talking to your health doctor!