Today, I’m going to talk about garlic’s effectiveness as an antibiotic, whether it’s very powerful /effective or not, whether you can trust it or not, and whether it can heal symptoms or not!
The first thing you need to understand in this post is that you should never use garlic as an antibiotic unless you have already consulted with your doctor.
It’s because some diseases that require antibiotics can be very violent and also extremely difficult to get rid of, so, when you start using garlic haphazardly and without first consulting your doctor, you may make your situation worse!
I don’t want this happening to you, this is the reason why you need to always consult with your doctor before attempting to do anything.
The second thing I would like to talk about is that I’m not going to provide medical advice for you, I’m only providing my own opinions and some information I have read about.
With this said, let’s now discuss garlic’s effectiveness as an antibiotic.
Well, to tell you the truth, garlic is a fantastic antibiotic vegetable, but unfortunately, it can’t be trusted!
I say this because garlic has so many variables to take into consideration when considering it as an antibiotic!
For example, garlic’s main compounds, allicin, which is also a fantastic antibiotic molecule, is very rare and not highly absorbable by your intestines, and the worst thing is that some people are going to absorb a lot while others are not!
This depends largely on your gastrointestinal system.
This is the reason why I say that garlic cannot be trusted as an antibiotic.
Sure, allicin is a powerful antibiotic, but it will rarely reach your affected area, especially if you are dealing with skin or hair issues, it’s because it will interact with oxygen molecules very quickly and lose its strength.
The second thing why you should never trust garlic’s antibiotic properties is because of bacterial resistance.
Nowadays, we keep hearing about different new strands of bacteria and some diseases that were very easily treated with antibiotics in the past and now are extremely hard to get rid of!
So, if you are dealing with a disease that requires heavy antibiotics, then, no matter how much garlic you are going to take, it will be very difficult to get rid of it, unless you use specific antibiotics that were especially designed for certain conditions.
To conclude, garlic cannot be trusted as an antibiotic, it can help you with some small yeast issues and even bacterial problems, but it’s very limited in strength and it takes a very long time to be effective.
Please, if you have a question or concern, voice it in the section below, I will be very happy to help you.