killing or inhibiting the growth of bacteria; -- applied also to serum for protection against bacterial diseases.
Opposed to the bacterial theory of disease.
a chemical substance which kills or inhibits the growth of bacteria.
Antibacterial herbs are those that fight and destroy bacteria and include alfalfa, basil, chamomile, cinnamon, clove, eucalyptus, parsley, peppermint, rhubarb, tumeric, uva ursi and yucca.
(AN tih back TER ree al): An agent that destroys or suppresses the growth of bacteria.
Any substance, e.g., a drug, that is used to treat bacterial infections.
Destroys bacteria (germs) or suppress their growth.
A substance that destroys bacteria or suppresses their growth or reproduction.
working against or prohibiting the action of bacteria
inhibits bacterial growth
Destroys / stops the growth of bacterial infections.
A chemical compound with the ability to kill or inhibit the growth of bacteria.
Inhibits or kills bacteria.
any drug that destroys bacteria or inhibits their growth
Any agent or process that inhibits the growth and reproduction of bacteria
substance that either destroys bacteria or somehow suppresses them; perhaps by cutting down on their production rate.
helps the body resist or destroy pathogenic micro organisms (Rosemary, Garlic, Echinacea)
Type of medication used to kill bacteria that cause infection.
A product that destroys bacteria.
Herbs with properties that can inhibit bacterial growth. Blessed Thistle, Cloves, Echinacea, Kelp/Bladderwrack, Licorice, Lomatium, Osha, Pau d' Arco, Reishi, St. John's Wort, Turmeric, Usnea.
Destroying bacteria or inhibiting their growth.
Referring to an agent or treatment which prevents the growth of bacteria. Can be bactericidal (kills) or bacteriostatic (inhibits growth).
effective against bacteria, a substance that kills bacteria or halts bacterial replication.
Assists the body in resisting or destroying infectious bacteria.
Preventing or suppressing the growth or spread of bacteria as a result of undergoing a special washing or treatment with bacteria inhibitors.
A substance which has the property of destroying or stopping the growth of bacteria. There are many anti-bacterial soaps and proprolis is used some times to kill bacteria on skin.
resistance against bacteria.
Any ingredient that destroys or inhibits the growth of bacteria, particularly in the case of bacteria that cause blemishes.
Anything that destroys bacteria or suppresses their growth or their ability to reproduce. Heat, chemicals such as chlorine, and antibiotic drugs all have antibacterial properties. Many antibacterial products for cleaning and handwashing are sold today. Such products do not reduce the risk for symptoms of viral infectious diseases in otherwise healthy persons. This does not preclude the potential contribution of antibacterial products to reducing symptoms of bacterial diseases in the home. See the entire definition of Antibacterial
Fights bacterial growth
Having the ability to kill bacteria.
Substances that can kill bacteria and treat infections. Also used as preservatives in cosmetics.
destroying or inhibiting the growth of bacteria
Affects immune system and reactivity due to its ability to destroy or stop the growth of bacteria.
Destroys or stops the growth of bacteria.