Preparing for Cold and Flu Season

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You will probably want to do as much as you can to prevent sickness in the first place. A balanced diet of whole foods, including a variety of fresh vegetables and fruits, plus a good multivitamin are pretty good insurance against illness; but, if you do catch something, don’t panic. For most relatively healthy people, recovering from seasonal colds and flus doesn’t necessarily require a trip to the doctor unless the illness takes a particularly nasty turn like it can in the elderly, very small children, or people with seriously compromised immune systems. If we’re talking green mucus or high fever, of course, use common sense and get help. Most of the time, though, a cold or flu can be treated at home naturally, usually with few side effects and for much less money. There is a wide variety of vitamins, herbs, and other supplements that are traditionally used for these types of illnesses. What you choose will depend on your symptoms and personal preferences. To point you in the right direction, here are the top ten products we carry that our customers reach for when they feel the first sniffles.

  1. Nature’s Answer Oil of Oregano for antiviral supplement
  2. Nature’s Way Olive Leaf Extract for immune system support
  3. Nature’s Way Echinacea and Goldenseal for immune system support
  4. Nature’s Way Fenu-Thyme for head congestion
  5. Buried Treasure ACF for multiple antibacterial & antiviral infection fighters
  6. Sambuca’s Elderberry Extract for immune support
  7. Allergease Lozenges for natural anti-histamine
  8. Nature’s Way Zinc Lozenges for sore throat
  9. Ester-C Vitamin C for immune support
  10. Ridge Crest Herbals Extra Strength Clear Lungs for chest congestion
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This entry was published on October 6, 2014 at 9:34 pm. It’s filed under Health trends, Supplements, Wellness and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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