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Published on 4/23/2020 additional information available

Super Charge Your Immune System

#Coronavirus-19
# COVID-19
# Flu
# inflammation
# infection
# pandemic
# Black Plague
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Natural remedies to build and maintain a strong immune system.

Vitamin D is known to enhance the function of immune cells, including T-cells and macrophages, that protect your body

Vitamin D is produced in the body by sunlight and can help build the immune system, therefore helping to reduce the risk of respiratory infections. 

Vitamin D supplement - The two forms of vitamin D differ depending on the food sources. Vitamin D3 is only found in animal-sourced foods, whereas D2 mainly comes from plant sources and fortified foods. 

Vitamin C

Taking 1,000 milligrams of vitamin C daily can help to ward off inflammation as it helps the immune system to function and boosts white blood cells. Taking up to 4,000 milligrams daily when you are experiencing symptoms can help relieve you of any major discomforts.

Boost your Vitamin C levels - eat fruit and vegetables daily, including bell peppers, leafy greens, kiwi, broccoli, berries, oranges, tomatoes, and green peas.

Echinacea

Echinacea is a herb that can help your body fight off infections, however, it’s best to start taking it at the first sign of the flu developing. A recent study published in the April 2015 edition of Current Therapeutic Research showed that taking Echinacea to boost the immune system has been proven to be as effective, if not more so, than OT or Prescription drugs. So if you’re feeling a lot of discomforts this may be one of the better options to go for.

Echinacea directly targets yeast and other kinds of fungus, acting as an anti-inflammatory that helps reduce the bronchial symptoms of respiratory infections. There are many different ways to take Echinacea, including taking tablets containing 6.78 milligrams of echinacea extract two to three times a day, having 900 milligrams of Echinacea root tincture daily or five to six cups of echinacea tea on the first day of symptoms, and then 1 cup a day thereafter.

Grape Seed Extract Inhibit infectious growth. Grape Seed Extract also flushes the lymph of debris that clogs the release of impurities. 

Oregano Oil

As oregano oil has a powerful antiviral effect, it is recommended by the Journal of Applied Microbiology that you take 500mg twice daily to help reduce the effects of a cold, as well as fight it off.

Zinc

Many people believe that Elderberry is a herb that can help remedy the flu at the same time as naturally boosting your immune system. While some are skeptical, it is said the flowers and berries of elderberry can boost immunity, treat flu-like symptoms, and ease sinus pain. The Cochrane Review Review recommends 50-100 milligrams daily to ward off and treat respiratory infections.

Elderberry

Many people believe that Elderberry is a herb that can help remedy the flu at the same time as naturally boosting your immune system. While some are skeptical, it is said the flowers and berries of elderberry can boost immunity, treat flu-like symptoms, and ease sinus pain.

Essential Oils

Dr. Joe Feuerstein said that rubbing peppermint essential oil to either your neck or the bottoms of your feet could naturally help support the immune system, meaning they are often used when people are experiencing symptoms of the respiratory infection to help prevention and recovery.

Clove Oil

Clove oil is also effective to protect against infection/inflammation, helping speed recovery from a respiratory infection.

Ginger

Some researchers have found evidence Trusted Source that ginger has an anti-inflammatory effect against respiratory infection. You can take ginger in several ways:

  • Chew dried, crystallized ginger.
  • Use fresh ginger to make tea.
  • Eat it raw or add it to food.
  • Take it in capsule form as directed.

It’s safest to use ginger in a natural form, rather than in capsules or supplements. You may be sensitive to ginger, so take it in small amounts if you’re not used to it. Eating occasional ginger is safe for everyone, but do not take ginger as a supplement or medication if you:

~are pregnant or breastfeeding

~have diabetes

~have heart problems

~have any type of blood disorder

Learn more: What are the benefits and side effects of ginger water.

Garlic

Garlic has countless healing properties. Results of a 2016 study Trusted Source shows that garlic effectively inhibited the growth of the infectious virus. This finding suggests garlic can be used as a natural remedy for respiratory infections.

Fresh garlic is best, but if you dislike the taste you may take garlic in capsule form.

Use garlic with caution if you have a bleeding disorder. Always take it in small amounts to make sure it doesn’t upset your stomach.

Learn more: Foods with healing power: The benefits of garlic »

Turmeric

Turmeric is a spice often used in East Indian foods. A 2011 study Trusted Source found turmeric provided more anti-inflammatory effects than ginger. Turmeric also increases antioxidant activity. That means it may help reduce irritation and boost your immunity.

To take turmeric:

  • Add fresh turmeric to salads or use it to make pickles.
  • Mix 1/2 teaspoon of powdered turmeric with 1 teaspoon of honey to make a paste. Consume the paste 1 to 3 times per day while symptoms last.
  • Take turmeric in capsule form as directed.

Use powdered or fresh turmeric to make tea.

Using turmeric as a spice in food is usually safe unless you are sensitive. Do not use turmeric as a medication if you have:

~stomach issues

~gallbladder issues

~bleeding or blood disorders

~hormone-sensitive conditions

~iron deficiency

If you’re pregnant or nursing, don’t take turmeric in large amounts.

Learn more: 7 ways turmeric tea benefits your health

Lifestyle changes                                                                                                                                                 

A healthy lifestyle goes hand in hand with the prevention of illnesses. It can help you recover faster when you’re sick, too. A minor illness may even be your body’s way of telling you to slow down and take it easy.

Get 7 to 6 hours of sleep to allow your body to rejuvenate. It may be difficult to get consistent 7 to 8 hours, however 5 days a week is strongly suggested. It is during the deep stages of sleep that you repair and, enhance immune function so your body can better fight any inflammation.

The following changes will improve your health and reduce your risk of getting sick in the future:

~Avoid smoking and second-hand smoke environments.

~Avoid polluted environments.

~Wear a surgical mask if you’re exposed to pollution.

~Boost your immunity with a healthy diet ~Exercise at least 3 times per week for a minimum of 20 minutes each time.

Wash your hands frequently to prevent the spread of infection.

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