As amazing as it sounds there are plenty of herbs that can help our immune system to be prepared against unknown threats. Here we list some natural herbs and ingredients that can make a difference when the next cold knocks the door:
Are we talking about super-plants? Rich in antioxidants, it also might help prevent the growth of some bacteria and yeast, it contains anti-inflammatory properties, helps to reduce fever, and improve sugar and cholesterol levels in the blood.
Calm down, lemon verbena is here! Good for soothing digestive disorders such as bloating and nausea, it is also known for easing anxiety symptoms, and it may help to lower fever and ease the chills.
Did somebody say immune system booster? Well, ginger is widely known for fighting against bacteria and having anti-inflammatory properties. It also helps with digestive issues such as nausea and bloating.
Orange peels are charged with hesperidin, a flavonoid with anti-allergic, and anti-inflammatory properties. Also, they contain beta-cryptoxanthin which is known to lower cancer risk, and, as if it wasn’t enough, they are rich in vitamins A and C.
Generous in antioxidants, in fact, rich in alkamides, which enhance antioxidant activity. Also, studies have proved that echinacea helps reducing inflammation and may help regulate sugar levels.
Are known to have antiseptic/anti-inflammatory properties, they promote the production of Vitamin A and help to soothe the mucus membranes of the throat, easing the pain.
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