Take this with turmeric to create the world's strongest natural antibiotic

Volume 6    |    Issue 69

If you've been reading Nutrient Insider for long, you probably know how great turmeric is for your health. Not only is it one of the best anti-inflammatories you can take, but it's also great for your heart and your brain. But there's one overlooked benefit you can get from turmeric that many people don't know about.

Turmeric is a powerful natural antibiotic. It's so powerful, it can kill the deadly MRSA when it forms in wounds or boils. But it doesn't work just for topical infections. It also works when you take it internally.

However, there's something you can add to turmeric in your own home that can make it even more powerful.

In Ayurvedic medicine, adding raw honey to turmeric creates an even stronger antibiotic. In fact, it's considered the strongest antibiotic certified by Ayurveda. All you have to do is add 100 grams – or 3.5 oz – of raw honey to 1 tablespoon of turmeric powder. Then add a pinch of black pepper to the mix. As I've told you in the past, turmeric is difficult to digest, and the black pepper helps make the turmeric easy to absorb.

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You can either eat this paste or you can use it on skin infections. Taking it internally can help fight bacterial and viral infections. What I love about this combination is that it not only fights the infection, but it also helps fight the resulting inflammation. Taking it with a virus like the common cold will fight both the virus and the inflammation that creates those notorious cold symptoms. What's more, this paste also can ease seasonal allergies and boost your immune system in general.

The combination won't cause any side effects (unless you're allergic to one of the ingredients, which is rare). And you might even experience some benefits in your gut. That's because it can promote beneficial gut flora and improve digestion.

If you want to give the mixture another boost, add lemon zest (1 teaspoon) and/or apple cider vinegar (2 tablespoons). One of my favorite cold and flu fighters is warm water, a tablespoon of unfiltered raw apple cider vinegar, and raw honey. Adding the turmeric can supercharge this concoction.

Give this natural antibiotic concoction a try and see how it works for you. And don't forget to let me know your story. Email me at feedback@nutrientinsider.com and tell me how it works for you.

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