Did you know that there is one very simple remedy that can help you if you suffer from pneumonia, coughs, colds, ear infections and so on? And that’s garlic oil!
Before the discovery of penicillin, no effective treatment was available for infections such as pneumonia. It wasn’t until 1928, when Alexander Fleming noticed that the “mold” growing in his petri dish was killing the Staphylococcus bacteria, that penicillin came to be. However, the excessive use of antibiotics in humans and farm animals can drive drug-resistant bacteria to thrive.
It has been studied that bacteria have, now, been growing resistant to antibiotics that have been used time and time again. Not only that, many antibiotics are shown to have severe adverse effects, and have even led to death.
How to Use Garlic oil for bacterial or viral infections
This garlic oil ointment, also known as GOOT, is great for helping with bacterial or viral infections and fungus.
Garlic is probably nature’s most potent food.
Scientifically known as Allium sativa, garlic has been famous throughout history for its ability to fight off viruses and bacteria.
Allicin is the compound providing the largest range of garlic’s health benefits. Allicin also does not occur in garlic cloves, but is produced when garlic is finely chopped or crushed.
By chopping garlic more finely, more allicin may be produced. Pressing garlic or mincing it into a smooth paste will give you the strongest flavor and may also result in the highest amount of allicin.
Countless studies have shown that this compound is a potent antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiviral, antifungal and antioxidant, which is why it’s so good at preventing and treating disease.
- Warm Coconut oil.
- Add Olive oil.
- Crush or mince garlic cloves. Add to the mixture
- Let sit for 30 minutes. Strain out garlic. Retain oil and place in jar.
How to use:
- Put in and around ears for ear infection
- Rub on chest for coughs or colds or pneumonia
- Garlic might help prevent hair loss! Massage garlic oil into scalp.
- Rub into nostrils for sinus infection
- Apply to athletes foot or jock itch on infected area.