Natural Immunity Boost

immunity

Natural immunity boost against cold and flu symptoms caused by bacteria and viruses.

Hygiene. Observe sensible precautions – hand-washing, distancing, cleanliness.

Eat healthily. Avoid processed foods in favour of freshly harvested local fruit and veg, and freshly prepared fish, meat and eggs as protein sources.

Sugar damages the immune system.

Garlic is naturally anti-viral. (Also anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, blood-thinning.) Add to food at the end of cooking to avoid damaging the active enzyme.

Kyolic garlic – specially aged odourless garlic.

Echinacea makes the immune system more active, better able to combat viruses and bacteria. > Research on Echinacea’s anti-viral properties.

Vitamin C has proven anti-viral properties.

The mineral zinc is vital for immunity. Whole grains and milk products are good sources of zinc; oysters, red meat, and poultry are excellent sources of zinc. Baked beans, chickpeas, and nuts (such as cashews and almonds) also contain zinc.

Specific anti-viral herbal remedies like elderberry & olive leaf extract.

Colloidal silver, known for centuries for its biocidal properties, can be sprayed around mouth and nose and/or taken internally for protection against viruses.

Watch the science behind a virus attacking your immune system and your natural response to it (13mins.):

 

Stay healthy, safe and sane ❤️
Boost your immunity naturally.

Saccharomyces boulardii

Antibiotics, travel illness, stress, alcohol, and poor eating habits, especially sugar can lead to dysbiosis, a condition of having an overgrowth of bad gut bacteria, e.g. Clostridium, Candida, E. coli. Dysbiosis, also called dysbacteriosis, is associated with many diseases such as digestive illness and chronic fatigue.

saccharomyces lychee

Discovered in the skin of lychee fruit, Saccharomyces boulardii, a tropical strain of yeast, was first isolated from lychee and mangosteen fruit in 1923 by French scientist Henri Boulard.

Saccharomyces boulardii is clinically studied and is mainly used for:

  • Preventing antibiotic side effects
  • Diarrhoea and loose stools
  • Bacterial overgrowth
  • Bad bacteria
  • Candida
  • Parasites

Saccharomyces boulardii provides a natural and traditional treatment.

Spring Cleaning with Cleavers

cleavers

Cleavers

St. Brigid day, the 1st February, originally a pagan festival called Imbolc, is traditionally the beginning of spring in Ireland.

Cleavers, otherwise known as ‘goose grass’ has been used for centuries as a spring time cleansing and detox agent. Cleavers is very high in a group of compounds called coumarins, which are the compounds that fill the air with with distinctive fragrance when a lawn is being mown.

Coumarins have a wonderful effect upon the lymphatic system. They cause a natural contraction of the lymphatic vessel walls, enhancing lymphatic return. This speeds up the rate at which waste products within the lymphatic system vessels are removed via the kidneys.

Top