Natural Remedy Suggestions to Help Boost Your Immune System

As we all know, the coronavirus has made everyone more aware of germs and every individual’s own bodily health. If you go to your local grocery store, you can tell that everyone is stocked up on cough and cold medicine and flu and fever reducer medicine. But there’s some natural and affordable alternatives.

Black Elderberry liquid syrup or gummies. Elderberry Tree is one of the most powerful plants for treating and preventing colds and flu symptoms. Elderberries contain antioxidants, which can help with flu symptoms, pain, aches, and fever, says You can find an affordable Black Elderberry liquid syrup or gummies at your local Sprouts, Whole Foods and Amazon. 

 I personally use Black Elderberry Liquid formula and it’s good and really does work. Whenever I feel a cold or an itchy throat, I take 2 tbsp of Black Elderberry and my symptoms go away. I also take Oil of Oregano.

Oil of Oregano. The oil contains compounds called phenols, terpenes and terpenoids, which have powerful antioxidant properties and are responsible for its fragrance. Carvacrol: The most abundant phenol in oregano oil. It has been shown to stop the growth of several different types of bacteria. Thymol: A natural antifungal that can also support the immune system and protect against toxins. Rosmarinic acid: A powerful antioxidant that helps protect against damage caused by free radicals. Says You can find Oil of Oregano capsules at your local Sprouts, HerbMart, Whole Foods, and Amazon.

I use Oil of Oregano capsules everyday. They have a slight scent but it fades and it’s not bad. 

Finally the last underrated immune booster and mucus killer, lemon juice from a real lemon. Lemons are packed with Vitamin C, a powerful immune booster. You need to consume vitamin C in your diet, as your body doesn’t produce it on its own. Vitamin C aids the immune system by attacking the nucleic acid of virus cells and also obliterating bacteria, according to I personally make lemon tea, so just boil hot water, squeeze a whole lemon into the hot water and add 3 tbsp of honey.

These are some options that might help. Always consult your healthcare provider with questions, and remember to stay safe, wash your hands, and clean thoroughly.