Streptococcus Pyogenes


If you or your child has strep throat, your doctor will likely prescribe an oral antibiotic. If taken within 48 hours of the onset of the illness, antibiotics reduce the duration and severity of symptoms, as well as the risk of complications and the likelihood that infection will spread to others. Strep throat is a very common problem, driving countless individuals to see a doctor for antibiotic treatment. But as with virtually all other problems, no drugs are required for strep throat treatment. In fact, there are rather simple and natural solutions for staving off and treating a case of strep. Unfortunately, the medical establishment can’t have you recognizing these ridiculously simple solutions for the problem, however, as drug sales and subsequent profit would take a nosedive. To avoid pharmaceutical treatment, you must learn how to treat strep throat naturally yourself.
Bright red throat or dark red spots on the roof of the mouth at the back near the throat. Fever over 101°F (38.3°C). Lower fevers may point to a viral infection and not strep.


  • Sudden and intense sore throat
  • Yellow and/or whiteness in the throat
  • Pain and/or difficulty swallowing
  • Swollen tonsils or lymph nodes in the neck or throat
  • Fever over 101 degrees fahrenheit (38.3 celcius)