Herbs to help boost your immune system

Posted by Lisa Elsworth on

The Right Healthy Herbs to Boost Your Immune System:

American Ginseng – Ginseng is one of the main stays of Chinese medicine and is taken on a daily basis to help ward off respiratory diseases. Testing in this areas has yielded some promising results.

St Johns Wart - Traditional Western herb this one, St John’s Wart is a herb that has all sorts amazing health giving properties. Amongst it’s most powerful aspects is that it contains strong antibacterial and anti-fungal properties – boosting the immune system to fight off such invasions of our bodies.

Garlic - Not many people think of this as a herb that can boost the immune system, but boy are they wrong! Garlic has been shown in studies to help prevent cancer, to help deal with stress and fatigue.

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On top of that it is antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, antiseptic and much more besides. It is one of the most powerful immune system boosting herbs there is. It is also known to be very powerful against food borne pathogens often found in commercial food.

Echinacia – another herb often used in Western herbal medicine, echinacia is a fantastic immune system booster. It boosts the production of white blood cells that help support the immune system & keep us fit!.

When it comes to herbal medicine one of the best uses for it is preventative rather than looking to cure an existing or current ailment. taking a course of herbal tablets to help prevent yourself from getting ill in the first place is always a good idea.

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