Natural Antibiotics

Author: Carla Fiscina
September 7, 2009

Antibiotics are among those few medicines which caused a real revolution in modern medicine. By a lucky chance, the world’s doctors received a powerful cure to fight a large number of bacterial infectious diseases, which used to cause the majority of lethal outcomes. Soon after Flemming’s penicillin discovery in 1928, such diseases as tuberculosis, meningitis, typhoid fever, sepsis and many others could be cured fast and effectively. However, when antibiotic had started being applied in many therapies, it turned out that the microorganisms, which were supposed to be destroyed by this antimicrobial compounds, became resistive and did not display any reaction on known antibiotics. Read the rest of this entry »