NATURAL & TRADITIONAL REMEDIES FOR COLD & FLUadmin
ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE IN A NUTSHELL
Antibiotics have long been regarded as a miracle of modern medicine, helping to prevent and treat many dangerous bacterial infections. However, decades of overuse have resulted in the bacteria they are designed to kill, starting to become ‘resistant’ to the effects of the antibiotics. This means that bacterial infections are becoming harder to treat and that, in the future, antibiotics may not work at all.
WHAT CAN BE DONE?
Healthcare practitioners and doctors are insistent that we all need to try and avoid taking antibiotics unless they are absolutely necessary.
This is because statistics show up to 50% of prescriptions for antibiotics are given for infections like the common cold, which is a viral infection and would not be helped by antibiotics. Thus, the call to see a pharmacist rather than a doctor if you are suffering with cold and flu type symptoms.
HELPING YOURSELF NATURALLY
The good news is that there are a wide range of natural and traditional remedies which could be used to relieve cold and flu symptoms.
TO RELIEVE COLDS AND FLU
Try some EchinEeze Echinacea! Echinacea is a traditional herbal remedy used to treat the symptoms of cold and flu infections, and many people swear by a daily dose of Echinacea to relieve their symptoms. Echinacea is a wildflower from North America with a beautiful large pink flower. Its use as a herbal medicine started with the Native American Indians, and it is now one of the most popular traditional herbal medicines available.
SUPPORT YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM
Your immune system is the guardian of your body, trying to keep infections at bay. For those looking to try and stay as healthy as possible, looking after your immune system could be a good idea.
Try our Natures Aid Vitamin C supplements:
Why Choose Vitamin C?
Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation, for the normal function of: blood vessels, bones, cartilage, gums, skin and teeth.
Vitamin C also contributes to the normal function of the immune system, and supports immune function during and after intense physical activity.
Vitamin C additionally protects cells from oxidative damage and increases iron absorption.
Written by Jenny Logan DNMed (Jenny is a nutritional therapist who has worked with clients in health food stores and private clinics for over 20 years).