Alexander Fleming’s great discovery of the mould Penicillium led the way to the discovery of the antibiotic known as penicillin. Even then, Fleming was well aware of the danger of misusing the drugs especially when a person would under dose his prescription. During his lecture on December 11th 1945 he included a warning at the end of his Nobel lecture about his very important discovery. Under dosing would expose the disease causing bacteria into a non-lethal amount of antibiotic that would eventually make them resistant to the drug they have been exposed to.
Garlic is a spice plant that has a bitter and strong flavor and is the favorite ingredients among many culinary dishes and is also used prominently for medical purposes for the past few centuries. The standout medicinal ingredient in the plant of garlic is “allicin”, which is said to contain loads of anti-viral, anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal nutrients and properties.