Immunizing teas for cold season

       Low temperatures, microbes and viruses are some of the main factors that threatens our health in the cold season.Also the transition itself from cold to warm temperatures and vice versa can severely weakens the immune system.
       We can say that seasons like spring and autumn affect us the most with colds and asthenia, just because it forces our body to adapt the change too fast. These obstacles can be exceeded by strenghtening our immune system.

Below we present a list of very efficient immunizing teas:

A “fence” of protection: The echinacea
       Echinacea is a herb used for healing a vast number of diseases, from infections and stomach ache to cold and wounds. The tea is recommended to those who wish to strenghten their immune system. This plant protects the body from colds, flu, urinary tract infections, herpes, candidiasis, and has antibacterial and antifungal effect.

The sea buckthorn combats the anemia and fatigue
       Sea buckthorn is a major source of multi-vitamins that helps the whole body. The tea, tincture and oil of sea buckthorn can be used to combat anemia, anorexia, burns, fatique, cancer, depression, diabetes, herpes, dermatitis, hepatitis, leukemia, injuries, radiations and kidney diseases. Obviously, the sea buckthorn is a powerfull immune stimulant.

The green sortiment is energizing
       The green tea contains many antioxidants and a number of substances that inhibits the growth of microorganisms that are harmful for digestive tract – E.coli, Salmonela or Clostridium. The green tea is a panacea for our body. It enhances the immune system, slows aging, increase the loosening, refreshes the skin, is a natural energy booster, reduces the risk of stomach cancer, liver, esophagus and more.

Arnica takes care of respiratory system
       This plant has very strong immunostimulant properties. It stimulates the immunity at throat level and upper respiratory tract, improves the blood flow, warms the extremities and creates a state of physical comfort. You can drink the tea or the tincture.

The blueberry leaves are a strong vitaminizant
       Blueberry leaves are rich in vitamins A, E, B1 and B2, helps the body in regulating the immune processes and gives strenght to fight cold, influenza and other infections.

The basil – antitussive and anti-inflammatory
       The basil tea has anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties, is a intestinal antiseptic and a good diuretic. It reduces the airway inflammation, is antitussive and bronchodilator. It stimulates the immune system, is a general, nervous and antidepressant tonic.

The rosehips, a deposit of vitamins
       The rosehips are particularly rich in vitamin C, but also in vitamins A, B1, B2, P and K. The tea fights and prevents colds, strengthens the immune system, makes it resilient to diseases and normalizes blood circulation. The rosehips are recommended in case of vitamin deficiency, poor peripheral circulation, intestinal worms, and kidney stones.

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