Package for MRSA: Tincture, capsules and salve
This package consists of:
A two ounce dropper bottle contains grain alcohol, Echinacea root, flower and leaf and; Oregon grape root.
Salve made from coconut oil, Frankincense, Turmeric and Goldenseal in a 1 oz. tin (please apply with gloves on so as not to spread the infection)
48 Capsules of Kalmegh (andrographis paniculata), Holy Basil, Astragulus and Gotu Kola.
This study shows the benefits of these herbs in treating MRSA.
This article from the Naturopathic Doctor News and Review explains some of the herbs in this Ayurvedic treatment:
"Holy basil is a plant medicine to be considered as part of the treatment in almost all cases of MRSA. In a 2005 study2 in which 10 Indian medicinal plants were investigated for their ability to inhibit MRSA and methicillin-sensitive S aureus (MSSA), O sanctum extract showed more favorable results than Allium sativum against MRSA strains."
"Herbs containing the berberine alkaloid, including Berberisspecies (barberry), Coptis chinensis (golden thread), Hydrastis canadensis(goldenseal), Mahonia aquifolium (Oregon grape), and Mahonia trifoliate (algerita), prevent all 3 mechanisms of bacterial resistance from occurring. Although they are not well absorbed, their action at the mucous membrane level throughout the gut, as well as reflexing to other mucous membranes in the body, can kill bacteria and other organisms that may be causing dysbiosis. These alkaloid-rich plants damage the cell wall of bacteria, enhancing the antimicrobial and antibiotic action. "
"Curcuma longa (turmeric) primarily for its inflammation-modulating and antioxidant actions. The extract of turmeric can be significant in its effectiveness, targeting inflammatory diseases like arthritis, but can also be effective against bacterial infection such as MRSA. "
"Andrographis paniculata (Kalmegh) showed strong results when tested, along with 4 other individual herbs, for antibacterial activity against 5 strains of bacteria, including MRSA."
"Frankincense, a beautiful golden-colored resin, also known as olibanum, is harvested from trees in the Boswellia genus, often Boswellia sacra. This resin, too, has significant antiseptic properties due to the boswellic acids. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, frankincense is a qi mover, which can bring life and movement to areas of the body that are stuck or stagnant. Its inflammation-modulating ability is known in arthritic conditions, but the warmth and movement frankincense provides to any area of the body facilitate healing, "
"The promise of Echinacea extract for treating antibiotic-resistant bacterial strains lies in the fact that it utilizes novel pathways of treatment. Rather than directly killing bacteria, echinacea strengthens the body’s innate resistance and, if indeed the hyaluronidase enzyme inhibiting action is a factor, inhibits the proliferation of bacteria by increasing phagocytic activity. To date, no individual compounds isolated from E. purpurea have been reported to display the same level of apparent immunostimulatory effects as the whole plant extract (Bauer 1999b, 2000; Schug and Blume 2000). However, alkamides, caffeic acid derivatives, polysaccharides, and glycoproteins are all thought to contribute to the bioactivity of the root" (Bauer 1999b; Clifford et al. 2002; Perry et al. 1997; Sloley et al. 2001). https://planetherbs.com/research-center/therapies-articles/treating-staph-infections-including-mrsa-with-echinacea/