During this time of the year, we experience many colds and flus, mostly due to the drastic weather changes. One day it’s hot then the next minute it’s cold…like what happened! So combat this, implementing echinacea into out diet protects us as well as helps us fight whatever sickness that may try and sneak past our immune system.
This powerful herb, echinacea (coneflower), fights inflammation, bacterial and viral infections. It stimulates certain white blood cells, causing our bodies to fight the sicknesses that arise. It boosts our immune and lymphatic system so we can have a defense against the sicknesses. It is also useful for allergies, colic and other infectious illnesses.
The nutrients in echinacea are calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, zinc, vitamins B1, B2, B3 and C, which are all essential for healthy living and wellness.
Forms of Echinacea
Using the echinacea leaves and root and steeping them in boiling water, makes for a wonderful healthy tea, especially when taken at the onsite of a cold or flu. Adding a teaspoon of honey just gives you extra immune goodness and tastes a little better. Now they have the leaves already packaged in tea bags…YAY!!! Get your cold and flu fighting tea below!
For those who choose not to drink the echinacea tea or use the tincture, you can purchase tablets, which give you the same healthy benefits just in another form. Some people are on the go so much, they just pop a tablet and go about their day, because they can’t afford to be sick and miss work. I understand that so well. Being out sick and losing money…who wants to do that? NO ONE! HAHAHA! Click below to get yours!
So protect yourself in anyway you can with this natural herb that can be found in those three forms.
Note: Please do not take for more than three weeks at a time. Also, shouldn’t be used by people who are allergic to ragwood.
Try it and see how much it will change your life, health and wellness. Leave a comment below and let me know what you think if you have tried it. That’s all for now.
Get healthy today and stay healthy tomorrow!