1,000 Year-Old Onion And Garlic Remedy Kills MRSA Superbug!

Scientists have recently recreated a 9th century Anglo-saxon remedy that uses ingredients like onion, garlic, and wine. This remedy can possible treat antibiotic resistant superbugs!

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Onion And Garlic Remedy

Scientists have recently recreated a 9th century Anglo-saxon remedy that uses ingredients like onion, garlic, and wine. This remedy can possible treat antibiotic resistant superbugs!

MRSA, which is a antibiotic strain of bacteria that was predicted to kill 300 million people over the next 35 years, has officially met it’s match. A recipe for an eye salve found in a 1,000-year old Anglo-Saxon text has been show to kill 90% of the MRSA it come into contact with, and medical researchers are loving it. The recipe was actually for an eye salve intended to deal with eye infections, and was found in a 9th century medical book called “Bald’s Leechbook”.


The simple recipe calls for:

“- Equal amounts of garlic and another allium (onion or leek), finely chopped and crushed in a mortar for two minutes.

– Add 25ml (0.87 fl oz) of English wine – in this case, taken from a historic vineyard near Glastonbury.

– Dissolve bovine salts in distilled water, add and then keep chilled for nine days at 4 degrees Celsius before straining through a cloth to remove particulates.”

Here is a video explaining how this is being used on MRSA superbugs:

Sources:http://organichealth.co/

 

Stay Healthy – Healthyss Team!

 

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