THESE HERBS AND PLANTS BOOST IMMUNITY

DURINg LONG WINTER MONTHS, take steps to naturally boost your immunity, AND increase your sense of calm with these common herbs and plants.  Many of these herbs can be eaten raw or used in cooking, or taken as supplements in higher doses.  give your body a boost TO HELP IT FIGHT BACTERIA, ALLERGENS, VIRUSES, AND POLLUTANTS, naturally. STAY WELL!

ASTRAGALUS ROOT

Astragalus root is considered one of the best natural antiviral supplements and has been used for centuries to improve lungs, treat asthma, and help rebuild the immune system.  It can also be used to fight off viral infections, making it very appropriate right now.

ELDERBERRY

Elderberry is highly regarded for its ability to address colds and flu. Modern research shows that elderberry can kill many strains of influenza, and shorten the duration of illness by stimulating the immune system. Elder can also help reduce upper respiratory congestion and swelling of the mucous membranes.

GARLIC

This common kitchen staple has been shown to fight countless microorganisms responsible for some of the most common and rarest infections, including the common cold. 

HORSERADISH ROOT

Horseradish root powerfully helps to dilate the bronchial tubes and treat bronchitis, sinus infections, and the common cold.  It is also anti-bacterial and anti-spasmodic.

OIL OF OREGANO

Oregano oil, which is an extract from the herb oregano, is another ancient medicine that has been used for thousands of years as an antiviral, antifungal, and antioxidant.  It can be used to treat bronchitis, croup, sinus infections, and the common cold.

REISHI MUSHROOM

Reishi is one of the oldest used herbal medicines, and is known for its ability to significantly improve the functioning of the immune system by protecting us from the onslaught of viruses, bacteria, pollution, chemicals, molds, and other environmental toxins.

THYME

Thyme is a powerful antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal and antioxidant agent.  It can be used for lung congestion, respiratory tract infections, sinus congestion, pneumonia, cold and flu.

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