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Herbal Antibiotics: Natural Alternatives for Treating Drug-Resistant Bacteria (Storey Medicinal Herb Guide) txt Herbal Antibiotics: Natural Alternatives for Treating Drug-Resistant Bacteria (Storey Medicinal Herb Guide), text ebook Herbal Antibiotics: Natural Alternatives for Treating Drug-Resistant Bacteria (Storey Medicinal Herb Guide), adobe reader Herbal Antibiotics: Natural Alternatives for Treating Drug-Resistant Bacteria (Storey Medicinal Herb Guide), chapter 2 Herbal Antibiotics: Natural Alternatives for Treating Drug-Resistant Bacteria (Storey Medicinal Herb Guide), Herbal Antibiotics: Natural Alternatives for Treating Drug-Resistant Bacteria (Storey Medicinal Herb Guide) 9d34b3 Antibiotic Resistant Infections Are Alarmingly On The Rise, And Many People Are Looking For Sound Information On Herbal Alternatives To Standard Antibiotics In This Indispensable Reference, Herbal Expert Stephen Harrod Buhner Explains The Roots Of Antibiotic Resistance, Explores The Value Of Herbal Treatments, And Provides In Depth Profiles Of Valuable Herbs, Noting For Each One Its Antibiotic Properties, Methods For Collection And Preparation, Dosages, Potential Side Effects, Contraindications, And Alternatives As We Prepare For The End Of Antibiotics, This Comprehensive Guide Is A Must Have In Every Family S Medicine Cabinet


About the Author: Stephen Harrod Buhner

Stephen Harrod Buhner is an Earth poet and the award winning author of ten books on nature, indigenous cultures, the environment, and herbal medicine He comes from a long line of healers including Leroy Burney, Surgeon General of the United States under Eisenhower and Kennedy, and Elizabeth Lusterheide, a midwife and herbalist who worked in rural Indiana in the early nineteenth century The great



10 thoughts on “Herbal Antibiotics: Natural Alternatives for Treating Drug-Resistant Bacteria (Storey Medicinal Herb Guide)

  1. says:

    It seems to be a requirement that herbalists have good senses of humor This author is not one of the few exceptions and as such this herbal is a pleasant read The author seems to clearly know his herbs.He cites specific ingredients and the mechanisms by which they work He also includes scientific studies backing the herbs Lastly, he both links herbs to specific ailments candida in my case and provides lengthy explanations on how herbal antibiotic treatments in general and specific work For example, I learned why most scientific studies show Echinacea ineffective they used the wrong species and that licorice is a synergist that brings out the best of other herbs I found this book to be better than his other book Herbal Antivirals Natural Remedies for Emerging Resistant Viral Infections merely because Herbal Antivirals covers viruses only I imagine I will buy Herbal Antivirals if I ever come down with a nasty virus but probably not until then as its recommendations are specific to certain viruses e.g Lymes and don t seem useful now.


  2. says:

    Reading this got me thinking of The Walking Dead the Naturopathic version would be antibiotic antiviral resistance gone crazy, the Zombies are the artifact of some pharmaceutical intervention and Rick Grimes is a cop searching for a herbalist Ok, Hollywood s not going to be picking up my pitch anytime soon but reading this book, it has an apocalyptic undertone.So even though I m a Naturopath I learnt a lot from this book and it piqued my interest in herbs not currently in our Australian dispensaries And I ll be checking the references out in Pubmed It runs through the reasons for antibiotic resistance, how and why we can counter this with whole plant rather than reductionist single constituents herbal medicine, a pretty detailed materia medica on each main herb mentioned and how to make your own remedies if so inclined I enjoyed so much I raced into the next one.


  3. says:

    3.5 stars I learned about the top antibiotic herbs, the effectiveness of antibacterial spices in food, immune system herbs, qualities of and uses for honey, and the different ways to prepare herbs for use A quick read, and a good book to keep for reference.


  4. says:

    Excellent Have purchased second edition for my own professional library.


  5. says:

    This book changed my perspective about lab making antibiotics It will move the view of the reader in a way that he will start to realize how much shit doctorsscience pretend to know..Incredible information for someone who is looking to add knowledge about medical stuff.


  6. says:

    Having browsed through another book from Stephen Harod Buhner, I decided that I liked his style enough to take a plunge into herbalism with his Herbal Antibiotics.The premise of Herbal Antibiotics is simple fearing antibiotic resistant bacteria the author tries to come up with herbal alternatives of treating bacterial diseases The book explains how antibiotic resistance is neigh unavoidable and how the presence of antibiotics hospitals, farms and waters and the increasing concentration of people contribute to make the antibiotic apocalypse than likely The theory put forward by the author, and backed by research that he quotes, is that herbal treatments, unlike isolated molecules, don t create antibiotic resistance and sometimes offer effective treatment.The book goes on to describes the systemics herbs that work against a high spectrum of bacteria and who s constituents easily cross into the bloodstream, following the systemics the author describes herbs that have a local treatment either not effective against a broad range of bacteria or that don t easily cross into the bloodstream Following those two chapters, is a chapter that seems to be the most original work of the author a collection of herbs which interactions help the systemic and localized herbs the synergists.In addition, Herbal Antibiotics contains information about immune boosting herbs and a herbal medicine and a chapter on herbal medicine making which covers tinctures, decoctions, essential oils, measuring etc.What drove me to the author is his style It is rare that someone can convey information in a way that requires no effort from the reader and Stephen Buhner is such a person One almost reads his book like an adventure book Unfortunately, some of the information assumes a level of knowledge that may be way over the head for most people While it s not crucial to understating the whole, I was dearly missing pointers on how to get that additional knowledge.To be honest, reading anything by Buhner is on the edge of my comfort zone On one hand, he sources his statements and prefaces any inference as such On the other, he seems to believe in homeopathy and conspiracy theories regarding medical companies and he calls himself an earth poet What s even worse he likes Paul Krugman Nevertheless, the book itself is fine It s even than fine it s an excellent source on herbs and their uses in combating bacterial infections


  7. says:

    SO happy with this book Lots of historical information and current scientific data It s very in depth and a little complex at times I ve read reviews with people complaining about the complexity of the information but I didn t think it was too crazy There was some really useful information on some herbs that I currently use and how I ve actually been using them improperly Essentially wasting my money If I never get anything else out of the book, it was worth the 20 for that.


  8. says:

    Please, stop taking antibiotics that are not absolutely necessary If you are not already completely freaked out by antibiotic resistant superbugs, you will be after reading this However, this book is filled with up to date information on the advances in comprehensive herbal medicine that can battle those deadly bacteria Everyone should own a copy Our health, the health of our children and the health of our planet depend upon it


  9. says:

    Awesome Very technical I am not a doctor so I had to look up most of the words in what I call the second half of the book The first part explaining the reason for the book, the importance of herbs and how they can help washopeful The writers are intelligent and thorough I am glad to have read it and have it as a reference on my shelf.


  10. says:

    Must own this book for reference


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