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Herbal Immunity - How To Boost Your Immune System Naturally This Winter

Herbal Immunity - How To Boost Your Immune System Naturally This Winter

A variety of natural herbs can boost your immune system and keep you feeling healthier during cold and flu season. After reading this article, you can get your toolkit ready so the sickness of the season doesn't catch you off guard.

Echinacea

These herbs are known as adaptogens because they help the body adapt to stressors such as cold weather and other illnesses. They also support the nervous system and improve sleep quality.
Echinacea is best used fresh or as a liquid preparation. You should try to have it as soon as you feel any hint of sickness in your throat, aiming for physical contact between the sore spot and echinacea.
It's also fun for numbing your mouth :)

Elderberry

Elderberries are one of the oldest medicinal plants used by humans. They contain powerful antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds that boost immunity.
With some berries and honey, you can make a cough killing sryup that you and your kids will enjoy!

Garlic

Garlic has been shown to help prevent colds and flu. It also helps fight infections caused by bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Garlic contains sulfur compounds that kill harmful microbes.
Our recommendation: SUPER TONIC. Tastes great (my opinion), kills sickness great.

Ginger

Make ginger tea at home using fresh ginger root. Add 1 teaspoon of grated ginger root to boiling water. Cover and let steep for 5 minutes. Strain and drink up to 3 cups per day.

Honey

Your big rule here- the more raw, the better. Processing kills potency. Check out the honeys we've made available on our site.
If you're looking for an easy way to boost your immunity naturally, try making some honey ginger tea. It's delicious and will help you stay healthy during cold season.
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