How to use garlic for MRSA? Is garlic effective against it?
Well, the truth is no, garlic may be a powerful antibiotic vegetable, but to say that it’s efficient against MRSA is far-fetched!
I say this because I keep reading a lot of comments from different readers, in fact, I have received in the last week alone two e-mails about garlic and MRSA, and unfortunately, people believe that consuming this vegetable or applying garlic onto their skin is definitely going to get rid of MRSA!
Well, the truth is that garlic is powerful, but to say that it’s going to get rid of MRSA is a little bit extreme!
Indeed, garlic contains very powerful antibiotic compounds, but unfortunately, they haven’t been proven to be effective against MRSA, especially that most strands nowadays are resistant to many antibiotics, and tend to be extremely difficult to get rid of, in fact, they can cause multiple complications and lots of health risks if not treated efficiently.
This is the reason why you need to consult your doctor before attempting to do anything!
First, I’m going to reveal a secret to you:
Most doctors are never going to tell you that garlic is good for MRSA, although some scientific data may suggest this!
They will probably prefer to stay away from this subject, it’s because garlic is just unpredictable, for example, if one person suffering from MRSA takes garlic for , say, five days and another person suffering from the same problem takes it for the same number of days, the results will be extremely different and somehow unreliable!
Should you use garlic for MRSA?
Of course not, although garlic contains powerful antibiotic compounds, it should not be used exclusively for MRSA, if you are suffering from this dangerous bacteria and disease, you should consult with your doctor first, and you should first use conventional antibiotics that have been proven to be extremely efficient against numerous bacteria strands, meanwhile, you can start consume garlic, a little bit more, however, you need to be aware of what you are doing.
I always advise my readers to consume garlic the following way, especially when they are suffering from bacterial or fungal problems:
Every night, before going to bed, crush four garlic cloves, peel, and then mince them, then, swallow with lots of water.
You should do this on a full stomach as consuming garlic on an empty stomach can be very disturbing for your digestive system.
You should really try this because garlic has been proven to be extremely beneficial for many bacterial conditions, but in general, don’t hope for miracles, MRSA is very resistant to antibiotics and it can also cause multiple complications, so, better consult with your doctor before attempting to do anything.