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Elderberry is extremely high in vitamin C, flavonoids & virus-fighting proteins that work together to give your immune system an extra shield against the cold & flu. Taking 1 tsp. to 1 tbsp. of the extract 2X a day can do wonders for your immunity. Its antioxidant activity lowers cholesterol, improve vision, boosts immunity, improves heart health & heals bacterial & viral infections & tonsillitis. Its anthocyanins protect the inner layer of blood vessels from oxidative stress.


The best vitamins to combat cold and flu season Start each day with one teaspoon of honey and pinch of cinnamon in a cup of green tea to protect the body from bacterial and viral infections.

Flu Busting, Lung Stimulating Smoothie - you can also add kiwi to this to give it an even bigger vit c punch


Antiviral Herbs Boost Immune System & Fight Infection

Antiviral Herbs Boost Immune System & Fight Infection - Dr. Axe Top 10 antiviral herbs - Dr. Axe #health #holistic #natural


Red raspberry leaves contains tannins, a natural astringent that can help cleanse the outside & inside of the body. Using as a tea 2-3 cups a day can help with gum diseases, oral cavities, colds, the flu & respiratory infections. Due to the high amount of vitamin C & other potent nutrients in the leaves, it is also useful for treating bacterial & viral infections, dehydration & fevers. As a gargle, it helps soothe the mouth & throat naturally due to its antiseptic properties. #dherbs…


Fire Cider Recipe

Ready for cold and flu season? Fire cider is a delicious way to boost immune function, stimulate digestion and warm up on cold winter days.


5 Two Minute Recipes To Prevent And Treat Throat Infections

Are you wondering what's causing your sore throat? Strep throat, is a particularly severe form of sore throat that is caused by a bacterial infection. But most sore throats are caused by viral illnesses and are not responsive to treatment with antibiotics. Here are some foods that are capable of treating both!


The common cold, flu, phlegm, sinusitis and rhinitis are all conditions that are caused by bacteria and viral infections. When your sinuses get inflamed due to an infection, you come down with sinusitis. You will have nasal congestion as a result of mucus buildup, fatigue, nausea and persistent headaches, these are all symptoms of the …