In modern society, we've become accustomed to the regular use of synthetic antibiotics and antibacterial agents, and though we have derived numerous benefits from these, there are also drawbacks, such as questions about the long term health effects of such agents, as well as the problem of overuse, leading to resistant strains of bacteria and viruses. Given the overuse and possible misuse of antibiotics, it is prudent where possible to return to the use of more natural, time- tested means of dealing with bacteria and viruses, and these are more numerous than we might sometimes suppose, given our unquestioned reliance on chemical synthesis. Some natural antibiotic agents and methods are useful on their own, for instance, sage, olive leaf, goldenseal, myrrh gum, cloves, bee propolis, and oxygenation. Others are useful in combination, including citrus extracts and extracts containing Beta- 1,3/1,6-D-glucans, which rely on the power of yeast and maitake mushrooms to stimulate the immune system.
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