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I’ve written about the importance of stocking up on antibiotics, but since antibiotics require a prescription, it can be difficult to stockpile enough to last a long time, and they won’t last more than a couple years anyway. Plus, if the people in your group get a lot of infections, you might go through your supply faster than you expected.
You can see the problem here. Fortunately, there are many natural antibiotics you can use instead. Now to be clear: I am not a doctor, and I am not claiming that these natural alternatives to antibiotics are just as effective as regular antibiotics. What I’m saying is that having these all-natural options is better than nothing, and might be all you need depending on the type and severity of the infection.
James from BioPrepper wrote an excellent post listing 17 natural antibiotics and I highly recommend giving it a read. He writes, “For hundreds of years, maybe even longer, our grannies and grandfathers relied on simple household items to heal. For that purpose, they picked different natural antibiotics, which they mostly found in home, gardens or meadows and woods nearby.” Follow the link below to keep reading.