Updated: Apr 12, 2021
Great protection from flu, colds, bacteria and viral infections.
Let's see what will happen if we combine the most super powered ingredients to create a potion.
"Garlic is as good as ten mothers" - Les Blank
Autumn is the time when our immune system is weakened and exposed to viruses and bacteria.
You might think of antibiotics as modern medicine, but in fact they have been around for centuries. The original antibiotics, like a lot of today’s antibiotics, are derived from natural sources.
Our ancestors already knew and valued the healing properties of garlic and onion. In my family my grandma and my mum were feeding my sisters and I with garlic and honey during the autumn and the winter months to prevent us catching colds or flu and using it as a treatment if we were already ill.
I remember having a slice of bread with butter and honey and with garlic (minimum one big raw clove!) chopped and put on top of my ‘sandwich’. The after taste was strong (as you can imagine), but no one cared, because it was working! Usually a few days after the ‘sandwich treatment’, which we had before sleep, I was feeling like a brand new person albeit with ‘distinct’ breath for a little while ;)
Also my mum was making the onion syrup to go with my ‘sandwich’.
It has expectorant properties, thanks to which it can support the treatment of both dry and wet coughs. It dilutes the discharge in the throat, making it easier to get rid of. I have much better memories with this one. It tasted nice and sweet, just lovely.
I need to explain that in Poland we have one name for sandwich. We call it kanapka. It’s either open-face sandwich, a sandwich, toast or canapés.
Nowadays we know that garlic has antibacterial and antiviral properties. Also it is effective against parasites, fungi, yeasts, and molds. 
Modern science considers garlic to be stronger than Penicillin!
Scientists have found that the substances contained in garlic inhibit the growth of such nasty bacteria as Staphylococcus aureus, streptococcus, colon rods, ciliates  also Salmonella and Escherichia coli (E. coli).
Garlic has even been considered for use against multi-drug resistant tuberculosis.  All of them dangerous and capable of mutating to be more resistant to chemical antibiotics.
Gingerol, the bioactive substance in fresh ginger, can help lower the risk of infections. Ginger extract can inhibit the growth of many different types of bacteria .
Lemon and/or Rose Hips which contain a high amount of vitamin C, fiber, and plant compounds that give them a number of health benefits and can boost your immune system.
Evidence supports the usage of honey in the management of disease due to its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, apoptotic, and antioxidant properties. 
Last but not least: APPLE CIDER VINEGAR
Lets not forget about wonderful Apple Cider Vinegar, its valued for its high content of vitamins and minerals which is a great source of health-promoting probiotic bacteria. Drinking before meals, apple cider vinegar helps maintain an adequate stomach acidity environment thus promoting digestion. Apple cider vinegar also has antibacterial properties. [6,7]
Combined all together we have a really strong natural, organic EFFECTIVE antibiotic.
This potion will help you to prevent any uninvited ‘guests’ in your immune system but also treat the ‘guests’ which might slip in.
To make a 500 ml potion you will need:
1 litre empty jar
1 whole head of garlic (Organic, ideally locally grown. Living in France this should not be a problem!)
2 or 3 small or 1 big onion (Use local, organic)
2 thumbs of ginger
Juice of 1 lemon
200 ml of honey (Use local honey providers)
250 ml of Apple Cider Vinegar (Use organic non-pasteurized, from local providers or make it yourself!)
It's not necessary, but you can add Oregano or Thyme essential oil, Curcuma, Rose Hips or/and Dandelion honey instead of normal honey to enhance the antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, apoptotic, and antioxidant properties, Vit. C and for the taste values.
Peal and roughly chop the onions, garlic and ginger and place in a food processor with the honey, juice of a lemon and apple cider vinegar and blend.
Then transfer the pulp into a disinfected jar (Disinfect like baby bottles - in boiling water or microwave), close with a disinfected lid.
Put it in the fridge. You can start using it after a minimum of 48hrs, but I do recommend to leave it for 1 week. Give it a shake to mix it up every day.
After that time, strain through the muslin cloth in to another disinfected bottle or jar and keep it in the fridge. Consume within 1 month.
DONE! It’s that easy!
Prophylactic use – 1 table spoon twice a day. (I’m using one table spoon before breakfast and one after dinner).
If you have any digestive tract problems you should consult taking the potion with your health provider!
If it’s too strong for you, thin it with warm (not hot) water in a shot glass and drink it that way.
KIDS - The thinner version you can give to your children. Of course try it gradually and in small portions to check for any bad reactions, as with everything else new! Also don’t give it to small children (less then 4 years old) because the potion is very strong and can irritate their delicate and sensitive mucous membranes. If the child (or adult) responds with stomach ache or diarrhoea, there are probably parasites in the body. Usually a person drinks it and feels good. 
Also if you add cold pressed oil to the potion you can use it as a dressing for your salad! Yum. You should try it!
Healing Use – Drink 1 tablespoon of the potion every 2 or 3hrs a day.
When taking any antibiotics we need to look after and pay more attention to our bacterial flora in the intestines. So you can do it naturally by eating bio-yogurts, kefir, sauerkraut, juice of pickled beetroot and cucumbers daily or take supplements.
Our healthy body and strong immune system begins with a healthy, beautiful, rich bacterial flora in our intestines!
And don’t worry much about garlic breath. The apple cider vinegar eliminates the smell a little and its definitely worth it to enjoy your life without any sickness.
[2, 8] http://agnieszkamaciag.pl/naturalny-antybiotyk-syrop-z-czosnku/