A: Dealing with an infection is what your body is designed to do. Antibiotics can make it easier, but they can also inhibit the body’s own infection-fighting abilities. Whenever the immune system contends with an infection successfully, it emerges stronger and more capable of dealing with similar threats in the future. A few important keys are adequate sleep, hydration, and immune-boosting foods.
You will need to know how to treat an infection on the go so that a small cut doesn’t turn into a fatal injury. We’re not going to show you how to make antibiotics. We’re going to show you how to treat an infection without them.