When it comes to flu season, there are many ways to tackle the symptoms and prevent the cause. Mostly, it comes down to how you’re taking care of your body and the natural flu prevention products available at your leading pharmacies and health shops.
Fun fact: Vitamin D was discovered in the 1920’s while searching for the cure for Rickets.
Kombucha is to the wellness world what Kylie Jenner is to pop culture: so hot right now. But is the fermented tea all it claims to be? To answer this all-important question, Gabrielle Kassel drank four bottles a week for three months.
Getting your body healthy only takes a few simple steps that take consistent repetition to become a routine. Eating healthy, exercising, and taking a daily probiotic are three sure-fire ways to improve your immune support and help your body be strong in the face of infection.
When you feel that itch in your eyes, start sneezing just one too many times, you know allergy season is upon us. For those of you who have a more sensitive relationship with pollen and other allergens when the weather starts to warm, maybe it’s time to try naturally derived alternatives. >
We all know Echinacea has powerful cold and flu healing powers, like the ability to shorten the duration of the common cold and flu, alleviate a sore throat, cough, and fever.
As the summer holidays draw to a close, parents across the nation breathe a collective sigh of relief that they can get a rest from the exhausting rigmarole of 6:30am wakeups, kids’ parties and “Are we there yet?” road trips.
Thanks to its powerful flavonoids, polysaccharides, glycoproteins, and volatile oils, Echinacea, a member of the daisy family, has been used extensively by the wellness community for a multitude of different uses.
Echinacea has a long history as a traditional, immune-boosting remedy that stimulates white blood cell production and helps keep colds at bay.