Plants that have an antiseptic effect

The following plants have antiseptic effect:

Cabbage: white cabbage leaves contain a substance called ripening. This substance is well known for the very natural effect against a large number of pathogens. The cabbage leaves also cause an increased secretion of pus (which protects the body). If used in the form of compresses on the wounds or injuries, they will gradually fill with pus;


Carrots: the carrots have a strong antiseptic effect. To achieve this goal, the fruits of the carrots are cooked all until we have a paste . This soft mass in the form of compresses is placed on the sore spot, achieving disinfection of the purulent wounds and injuries, as well as faster healing;
Cinnamon: the cinnamon contains liquid oil that neutralizes many types of microorganisms, so that oil can be used to rinse the throat and for the disinfection of the oral cavity. A cinnamon tea can also be used as compresses for disinfecting the wounds;

Carnation: the carnation contains oil that is characterized by properties similar to those of the liquid cinnamon oil and can be used as a natural antiseptic. Therefore the powdered carnation or its minced head can be used for rinsing the throat and for the disinfection of the oral cavity, also a tea can be made that will be used for wound disinfection;
Ginger: the ginger contains substances that are natural antiseptics, but also has other useful properties. The most important thing is to know that the ginger can be used for treating the feeling of cold by adding some ginger in a drink made ​​from herbs. It may also be added to lukewarm baths, which strengthens the body to fight pathogens;
Sage (garden/common sage): the sage tea is used for disinfection of the oral cavity and throat. It can also be used to disinfect the wounds. Prepare a tea by taking two tablespoons of sage and put it in one cup of boiling water.