According to a recent research, scientists discovered a 1,000-year-old remedy which has been used against eye infections, but it can also kill some antibiotic-resistant superbugs! This remedy was created by the Anglo-Saxons and is from the IX century. It uses ingredients like wine, onion, one part of the stomach of a cow and garlic. It managed to destroy Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)! It is an extremely difficult strain of staphylococcus aureus to treat. It is resistant to most antibiotics.
The remedy was discovered in a very old English manuscript. Its name was “Bald’s Leechbook”. It was kept in the British Library and had numerous recipes for various treatments. It was translated by Christina Lee from the Anglo-Saxon society at the University of Nottingham.
It’s extremely important that the mixture is brewed into a brass vessel. After that, it should be purified with a strainer. The remedy should stay for 9 days before you use it.
According to researchers, it can kill even 90% of the MRSA bacteria! Even the doctors and researchers were amazed by its effectiveness!
“Bald’s Eye Salve” Recipe
- Bovine salts
- 25 ml of English wine (preferably taken from vineyard in Glastonbury)
- Equal amounts of onion and garlic
- First, you need to crush the onion and garlic in a mortar for 1 minute. It should be smooth.
- Then, add the wine.
- Use distilled water to dissolve the bovine salts.
- All the ingredients should be mixed and kept in a cool place for 9 days.
- After these 9 days had passed, use a strainer and then, store the mixture into clean bottles.
Note: If you store this salve in the fridge, it will keep its power for a longer period of time.
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