How to Fight the Bacteria in Cellulitis
Answered by: Susan Eagles
Question from:: Name not given
Posted on: May 21, 2006

I have cellulitis. My blood vessels are damaged around the head, My pores are clogged up by bacteria. What can I do to destroy this bacteria?

Streptococcal or staphylococcal bacteria usually underlie the inflammation of the skin and underlying tissues in cellulitis.

Echinacea provides good immune support and garlic is antibacterial, to help fight the infection. Support the lymphatic system with the herb Clivers (Galium aparine).

A silver solution (a very weak concentration of silver diluted in pure water) is a good antibacterial remedy. It can be taken internally and applied externally.

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