How to Make the Most Powerful Natural Antibiotic

Claude Nelson
By Claude Nelson March 5, 2015 14:28

How to Make the Most Powerful Natural Antibiotic

Herbal tinctures are typically an alcoholic extract of plant or animal material. One of the best solvents you can find in any home is VINEGAR. Being acidic is a better solvent for obtaining alkaloids then most of industrial products.

The general method of preparation (herbal tinctures) is really simple: the herbs are put in a container (a jar), the vinegar is added and then the jar is left to stand for 2–3 weeks and shaken occasionally in order to maximize extraction.

Here is an amazing antibiotic, antiviral, vermifuge, anti-fungal (and a lot of other health benefits as listed below):

You’ll need:

master tonic ingredients1. Apple Cider Vinegar contains Malic Acid which is an antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, and also supports energy production which increases mental and muscle functioning. It strengthens the immune system and regulates the acid/alkaline balance.

It also aids the digestive tract- if the apple cider is organic and unfiltered (see: How to make Apple Cider Vinegar at Home – easy) it will contain small amounts of ‘mother’ colony (bacteria and yeast) which is an amazing probiotic. More so, it is known to reduce cholesterol and blood glucose levels.

2. Fresh Hot Peppers contain capsaicin (The hotter the chili, the more capsaicin) a substance known for keeping immature fat cells from developing into full-fledged ones (Burns off FAT cells) and for boosting metabolism. It also contains Vitamin C (helps the immune system) and a wide range of B Vitamins. A study in the British Journal of Nutrition showed that adding hot chilis to daily meals protects against cholesterol (forming) in the blood.

3. Garlic contains allicin, an antibiotic and anti-fungal compound that protects it against pests. Allicin helps treating sore throats, colds, flu, poor digestion and it is a potent antiseptic and antimicrobial agent effective against many types of infection. Above all, it really helps your immune system and you won’t be caching colds that easy. (see: How to make Medicinal Pickled Garlic)

4. White Onions contains Quercetin (just like Allicin for Garlic), a substance known for its health benefits. Quercetin is an effective anti-inflammatory agent (study in the journal International Archives of Allergy and Applied Immunology). Quercetin has been found to relax the airway muscles and may provide a relief when caching a cold (or for asthma symptoms). It also acts as an antioxidant, protecting the body against free radicals and boosting your immune system.

5. Ginger has a long tradition of being very effective in alleviating symptoms of gastrointestinal distress. In herbal medicine, ginger is regarded as an excellent carminative (a substance which promotes the elimination of intestinal gas) and intestinal spasmolytic (a substance which relaxes and soothes the intestinal tract). Modern scientific research has revealed that ginger possesses numerous therapeutic properties including antioxidant effects, an ability to inhibit the formation of inflammatory compounds, and direct anti-inflammatory effects.

6. “Horseradish Root juice or sauce (extracted from horseradish root) has been used effectively to relieve sinus discomfort. The traditional treatment for sinusitis is to “take a half teaspoonful of grated horseradish sauce without dilution both morning and afternoon. Do not drink anything or eat for at least ten minutes after the dose. There will be a powerful feeling in the head, followed by a sensation of the sinuses clearing, sometimes accompanied with sweating and perhaps tearing.

Due to its antibiotic properties, horseradish can also be used to treat urinary tract infections (UTI) and destroy bacteria in the throat that can cause bronchitis, coughs and related problems. Additionally, horseradish stimulates the body to eliminate urine, so bacteria or other inflammatory agents in the bladder may be flushed out sooner than they normally would be eliminated.” (Source)

How to Extract the Tincture

hgthfd1. Peel and chop the Onions and the Garlic.

2. Grate the Ginger and the Horseradish Root

3. Toss the Onions, the Peppers and the Garlic into the blender or processor and wreak havoc!

4. Add all crumbled ingredients into one gallon jar and pour raw Apple Cider Vinegar until it’s fully filled.

5. Shake it every day for at least 2 weeks. The longer it stays in the jar the stronger the substance will be.

6. After at least 2 weeks, strain the substance. You can use a press or simply a gauze cloth.

7. Store the substance in small bottles in a dark place

You can start drinking it daily (two times a day). Mix it with honey if you find it to strong.

This recipe was inspired from The Lost Book of Remedies

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Claude Nelson
By Claude Nelson March 5, 2015 14:28
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  1. db March 6, 14:11

    Apple Cider vinegar is mostly water and Acetic acid. Any malic acid in apple cider vinegar is residual from the fruit juice before fermenting the juice into alcohol.The alcohol is then converted into acetic acid by any of a variety of Acetobacter.

    As to the tonic, I save the solids and eat them….I hate waste, and what is left over from making the tonic is very close to Piccalilli.

    It is good when used raw on hotdogs and sausage, like relish, It really shines as a souped up (pun intended) version of Mirepoix for soups and stews.

    Waste not, want not!

    Good article!


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  2. Jamie March 6, 15:17

    I am always interested in natural remedies so I appreciate this article. I worry about the very near day when anti-biotics are rendered useless. How much would you drink 2 times a day? Thanks

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  3. Sterling March 7, 01:28

    So, what ratios of what do we use? How much vinegar to water? How much garlic? Onions? HR? etc?

    Whats the recipe?

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  4. bigben March 7, 02:07

    See the ingredients, but what is the measure of each ingredient(recipe)? Enjoyed the article.


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  5. Theresa March 24, 11:24

    I am also interested in knowing what the measurements of the ingredients are and how much you should consume twice daily. Thanks for the info.

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  6. Goldmerry April 14, 19:23

    I liked this article, too. I watched the tutorial and it said use equal parts of all dry ingredients. He used 1# each, and when he was done, it filled up a gallon jar. Then he added the cider vinegar. After every thing was done and the two weeks had passed, he strained it and then poured it into 10 8-oz jars and drank a shot or so (about two ounces). I think I would like the “piccalilli” too, db. Good idea.

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  7. Tapman May 9, 13:14

    This is a recipe for Dr. Richard Schulze’s super tonic. Search google for Dr Schulze’s super tonic and you can get the recipe. Although, it is equal parts of the above ingredients in a quart jar, and fill it with ACV. Let it steep in a dark place for a couple of weeks to let things meld together. I believe it is a tablespoon 2x a day for dosing, but don’t take my word, search for yourself, and find out all the benefits of this SUPER TONIC.
    Good Luck

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  8. Softballumpire June 16, 14:52

    For me, I found this to be a good addition to home cultured penecillium mold that I dry and pulverize for adding in measured quantities for ointments topically applied to cuts or included with carob powder in shakes & gnogs for internal application. My kids never realized they were being dosed with medicine, though they knew they were being served moldy bread milkshakes or eggnog.

    As far as the hating of waste referred to by db, my family tended to feed the solids to the chickens or the pigs and don’t view that as waste.

    In full agreement with db that it was a good article. Always glad to see how well others adapt to God’s Natural style.

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  9. georgie June 18, 21:06

    Want to make it but don’t have hot peppers and horseradish root (can’t find it).m any substitute I can use? like cayan hot pepper, chilly powder? when you drink the tonic can you smell it on someone can you go near people or it stinks?etc. It is an excellent natural antibiotic!!! Wish I could find all ingridience. when to market twice and could not find fresh horseradish and hot peppers. Hace evrything else though. Cannot get around easy. Thank you for this great source of info?

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    • Ray C October 27, 15:40

      Try the fresh produce isle. The stores where I shop carry it. WallyWorld, Safeway, and a couple local stores. If you live where there is a hispanic store try them. You need to think outside the box for some of the ingredients.

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    • joanofark06 November 23, 21:19

      My Harris Teeter has nice big roots of horseradish. Ask at the desk of your grocery store if they sell it. I brought a big piece home, intending to use it soon, but left it in the fridge about a month. So I thought to myself, I can’t use all this at one time, so I cut it into pieces, used a small piece to see if I could make horseradish (not bad!) and placed the rest of the pieces (about four small ones), slantwise in my garden, and thinking it wasn’t going to do anything. It actually grew fast, and now I got huge leaves on four nice plants, and well, I’m gonna do what websites and videos (youtube) say, and leave it for a year, to get good and established. When you do buy some, watch some videos, or read up on how to grow your own! Also they are perennials, so they’ll come back every year and you’ll never run out of horseradish again! It’s simple to make too. Good luck!

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  10. Bud July 3, 18:13

    How much of each item do you use in making the natural antibiotic?

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  11. Cinmor October 26, 22:06

    How long will this mixture stay good? I want to store this for emergency crisis.

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  12. Sheena February 13, 02:43

    I am allergic to capsaicin, may I leave the peppers out?

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