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In episode 9, I am sharing information about how to use certain herbs to help protect or recover from a cold or flu.

Things are getting pretty busy over here.  The amount of “free time” I can carve out is getting smaller but that always happens around this time of year.  I’m trying to really hard to keep up my weekly health podcasts but sometimes it get’s hard so what I’m going to do is promise that I will do my best to get them out each and every week however, it is not likely going to be on the same day or same time slots.  Thankfully you can subscribe via iTunes or Follow this blog and you’ll be notified when a new update occurs, that’s cool!  I won’t feel too bad since I won’t be messing up your schedule by being late.  Thank you for innerstanding, this is all a process.  It is not easy to share on many levels, through many companies and nurture all your passions at the same time but because they are all important to me I am doing my best!

Since the “cold and flu season” is upon us I want to take some time to provide you with a few herbs that will either help strengthen your immune system so you can protect yourself from getting a cold/virus or at the very least help to make it go away naturally!  By keeping the herbs I share on hand you can make sure to “catch the cold before it catches you”.

With that being said I hope you are able to take away a few tips that help you to improve your current situation because honestly, we can all use some help every now and then!

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In this podcast I talk a little bit about the following:

  1. Seasonal Herbs – So called cold and flu season is upon us
    1. I just say No to vaccines
      1. if you can’t at least heavy metal detox Chlorella
      2. Look into religious exemptions to see if they are legal in your state
  2. Immune strength
    1. Astragalus root
    2. Traditional Chinese Medicine
    3. Adaptogen – helps fight stress and disease immune system booster, antibacterial, and antiviral as well as helps with seasonal allergies
    4. Take when you start feeling symptoms, not once the cold has already kicked in
      1. Powder or root pieces 200-500 mg
      2. Powder can be added to tea or taken via capsules
      3. Whole pieces boiling the root in water
    5. Garlic – used to make herbal broths / give digestion process a break
  3. Mucus
    1. Mullein
      1. Expectorant good for congestion, remove mucus from the body in general but specifically the lungs
  4. Warming
    1. Cinnamon
      1. antifungal, antibacterial, and even antiviral properties
    2. Ginger
      1. Great for digestion, reduce nausea and help fight the flu and common cold.
      2. High in gingerol, a substance with powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties
    3. Cayenne
      1. Stimulates the peristaltic motion of the intestines and aids in assimilation and elimination. Good for arthritis and to blood circulation. When taken internally, it warms the body.
  5. Sore Throat/Cough
    1. Slippery Elm
      1. Draws out toxins and combats acidity
      2. Nutritive/food source when you can’t eat much
      3. Mucilage coats the throat and soothes sore throats and quiets coughs
    2. Elderberry
      1. Is said to destroy the ability of cold and flu viruses to infect a cell, high in vitamin C
      2. Easy to get the youth to take it
      3. Help diminish swelling in mucous membranes like sinuses and help relieve nasal congestion. Herbalists still use it to soothe children’s upset stomachs and relieve gas.
  6. Depression
    1. Seasonal depression due to the change in the amount of sunlight in a day, weather
      1. Vitamin D sun or supplement
      2. He Shou Wu
      3. Shilajit
      4. St. John’s Wort
      5. Holy Basil
      6. Ashwagandha

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