Three Natural Herbs To Boost Your Immunity System in the Winter
Winter is one of the most amazing, coldest, and sickening times of the year. Sounds pretty negative but it’s true. Men, women, and children wrap themselves in hats, scarves, gloves, coats, long johns, and leg warmers and use enough tissue to last a lifetime.
Ok! Enough with the dramatic description. Although each season presents its own pros and cons, I’ve found winter to be one that stands out the most. It is very easy to come in contact with a virus, bacteria, cold or sickness based on human interaction, and contact, which can cause a bit of a deficiency in one’s immune system.
And let’s also not forget COVID-19, which has reached over 630 million cases worldwide and around 6.6 million deaths. Additionally, respiratory Syntical Virus (RSV) cases are also on the rise.
One of the first thoughts that come to mind when a person gets a cold is to go to the doctor and receive prescribed medication. In some cases, one may buy cough medicine or orally take a physical pill. Although prescription medicine and vitamins are available to help individuals boost their immune system when a sickness approaches, there are far more options and resources. For example, natural resources.
For years, natural resources have cured, healed, and helped people of all backgrounds due to their natural healing agents.
Here are three natural herbs to help get you through the winter!
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The first is ginger.
Ginger has always been used in several dishes but it also has other great benefits. Studies have shown ginger to be a great source to treat inflammation, pain, digestion, muscle pain, heart, menstrual pain, brain function, arthritis, and many other issues in the body.
This natural healing agent is proven to maintain tons of antioxidants and is beneficial to the body. Ginger improves day-to-day bodily physical activity and is available in many different forms such as ginger oil, ginger root, ginger capsules, ginger chews, and ginger tea.
The second is garlic.
Garlic is another ingredient that has been largely spread in many dishes all around the world (both raw and cooked). Its benefits include