Microbial Defense Herbal Tincture
Antimicrobial Formula *
Four antimicrobial (antibacterial/antifungal/ antiviral) herbs synergistically combine to achieve broad spectrum effectiveness against gram positive/gram negative, aerobic/anaerobic bacteria, and fungus. Huang Lian (Coptis chinensis), Myrrh, Usnea lichen, and Cat’s Claw support your body to reduce the advancement of microbial infections, and in many cases can eliminate the need to progress to pharmaceutical antibiotics or antifungal medications. Additionally, these herbs are less disruptive to beneficial bacteria in the intestinal microbiome, resulting with less GI discomfort, compromise of the immune system, and the need for follow-on probiotics.
Lemon Balm, Fennel, and Stevia Glycerites are also combined in this formula to ease any potential GI effects and to offset some of the bitterness of the antimicrobial herbs. This formula has a bitter taste; for most it is best taken with a little juice followed by a chaser, and with a little bit of food. Tasted straight you can definitely tell you are getting some powerful medicine to fight microbial infection.
Microbial Defense can be applied topically for minor injuries to prevent/resolve infection. Product will stain skin yellow. Not recommended for treating deep wounds due to alcohol content. A dropper-full mixed with saline make a nice addition for nasal lavage/irrigation to help resolve sinus issues.
A great first line of defense prior to resorting to antibiotics; the antibiotic solution is always there if needed.
In the case of acute illness (e.g. un-diagnosed severe abdominal pain, high fever, etc.) it is always best to consult your medical Doctor for advice where a pharmaceutical approach may be time critical for your health and safety.
Huang Lian, Myrrh, Usnea, Cat’s Claw, Lemon Balm, Fennel, Stevia
Other Ingredients: organic ethyl alcohol, glycerin, distilled water.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and makes no health claims as defined by the FDA