Ancient Medieval Recipe To Destroy Bacterial infections

Certain medical approaches that were around in the past centuries have been abandoned as modern technology identified as useless. This ancient medieval recipe for destroying bacterial infections, however, may still have some use even in modern medicine remedies today.



the recipe calls for garlic cropleek and the same size, POUNDED and mixed with wine and ox bile. Then you must be aged for nine days in a bronze vessel. When recreated today, the mixture seems to stop infections caused by bacteria, usually responsible sties or follicles of infected tabs.

When I recreated completely, the ingredients are to kill bacteria when in a petri dish but the effect on the bacteria that cause infection of a human being is still unknown. The drug has to be crafted in the exact recreation of a specific formula or recipe in order to kill bacteria.

Remedy is difficult to emulate

authentic ingredients this particular recipe, are difficult to find because they are plants that may differ dramatically from those grown in the time of old England. This is true even of wine, despite an organic variety of historical vineyard meet the requirements for this recreation. Meanwhile, the use of brass containers is a challenge, as they are difficult to sterilize. Instead, the experimenters used glass bottles with a small brass sheet is immersed in the mixture. When applied to soil bacteria after a period of nine days, the mixture killed bacteria. The effect can be considered comparable to vancomycin drug, used to treat MRSA (also known as the superbacteria hospital).

The mystery remains

The success of the mixture only he occurred when he included all ingredients and allowed to age the recommended amount of time. This makes it difficult to determine the reason for the success in eliminating bacteria. If the ingredients are just a little, the result after aging is slime with a bad smell, rather than a successful cure.

Despite the necessary precision to create this cure, there is hope that it can be effective for problems of today, such as infections skin that cause foot ulcers. More commonly problems for diabetics, these conditions tend to be resistant to antibiotics. The drug is not recommended to be created as a home remedy. Instead, it is added to the list of modern medicines taken from the page of ancient medical societies. Historic Chinese medical manuscripts gave the modern world antimalarial drug called artemisinin.

will have to be extended in order to determine the best way to mass produce this, especially because the mixture is very particular in its completion in order Studies succeed. However, it may be worthwhile and can be prosecuted if the medical world believes it is worth the time and effort to produce in larger quantities. However, the benefit to diabetics and others with conditions resistant to antibiotics would be well worth the effort it would take to continually recreate this medicine. Over time, it may be easier to recreate and find success in that recreation.

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