Remove annoying fungal or bacterial skin infections
Are you over persistent skin infections such as acne, boils, rosacea, impetigo ulcers and cellulitis that have not improved with usual medical treatments?
Common skin infections can range from mild to severe and even life threatening. Many of these infections are caused by Staphylococcus aureus or a variant of Streptococcus which is the same bacteria associated with strep throat. Some infections are contagious, such as impetigo.
A skin infection presents in a variety of forms, locations and bacterial type. Infants, students, those unable to eat adequate healthy diets, or are already unwell or the aged, are far more vulnerable to getting infections and recovering from them. Many bacterial infections may be treated by a GP and specialists in severe cases. Sometimes more health options are needed.
The good news is that recent scientific research into herbal medicine indicate there are strong anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral that you can use for topical and internal treatment for skin infections. Specific supplements and topical products are always useful as well.
After antibiotic treatment, herbal medicine can continue to provide anti-microbial support while enhancing your immune function and reducing inflammation that may result from infection. For some people who a nutritionally deplete (as opposed to calorie deficient) a specific supplement is essential, and a specific probiotic is also very useful to restore healthy bacteria to the gut microbiome and in some cases topically.
There a variety of topical creams, lotions and clays that can make a great impact locally and topically when combined with a specific herbal mixture created just for you is the best way forward.
Here are just a few of the herbs that are so amazing in their ability to restore healthy skin here are our top suggestions, that always work best in combination with each other and others specific to each individual person’s type of infection and general health status.
Echinacea, Golden Seal, Calendula, Thyme, Pau D’Arco: are antibacterial, herbs that are effective at clearing up stubborn skin is often indicated for skin infections, boils, inflammation, and even eczema.
Thuja and St John’s Wort are great antiviral herbs that can be helpful against skin warts. St John’s Wort is also used when the skin feeling sensitive painful and tingles as with herpes infections (Chicken Pox and Cold sores).
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