Garlic Kills Superbug



Scientists have discovered what garlic lovers already know. Garlic is able to kill even the MRSA superbug bacteria.

Doctors at Hastings and Rye company in the UK are experimenting with garlic as a cure for the methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus bacteria, also called MRSA, that is causing difficult to cure infections.

The doctors report that they have treated 50 people with untreatable MRSA infections with the garlic and cured them within several weeks.

Antibiotic resistance is on the increase and garlic, a common herb easily grown in anyone's backyard, seems to be a possible cure.

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