As the seasons change over from autumn to winter, and your colleagues start arriving at work with red eyes and sniffles, it’s time to bulk up that immune system with a few of winter’s natural remedies. Rather than spending your winter hidden under a duvet covered in a pile of used tissues, try out some of the following natural remedies for winter.
Natural remedies for winter
Studies indicate that echinacea stimulates and supports the immune system as well as reducing existing cold symptoms. If you’re looking for some rehydration and a remedy for congestion, then it’s worth trying the echinacea in tea form.
2. Raw honey
The best way to ingest honey is in its natural, raw form. It’s an antioxidant and antimicrobial which boosts the immune system Because honey soothes irritated mucous membranes, it also soothes coughs and sore throats.
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This anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral root can adequately prevent cold symptoms if it’s taken early enough. This fantastic natural remedy will help alleviate congestion, nausea and fevers and can be taken in its natural form, as a tablet or in a concentrated juice shot.
Just like ginger, garlic has powerful antiviral and antibiotic powers while also acting as an antioxidant and antimicrobial. Consisting of minerals, enzymes and vitamins, garlic while assist you on the road to recovery. It can be ingested in tablet form or eaten in meals.
5. Salt water
The magic of salt water! It can be placed in a neti pot and squirted into either nostril to drain the mucus and reduce nasal congestion. Alternatively, salt water can be gargled as a way to relieve sore, scratchy throats because the salt water draws the viral fluids away.
6. Eugenie Rowson’s Vibrational Medicine.
One of Eugenie Rowson’s excellent natural remedies is the Winter Trio pack. Made especially to combat all the winter germs, bugs and nasties. The Winter Trio pack consists of the Cold, flu & viral infection formula, Tonsillitis & sore throat formula, Earache inflammation & infection formula and the fourth free formula is the Cough formula for wet, phlegmy coughs. All available at The Remedy Shoppe.
The classic ‘chicken soup’ for colds and flu is actually an effective natural remedy for winter. The soup is full of cysteines which is known to thin the mucus. Alternatively, homemade bone broth is a renowned superfood because of the anti-inflammatory amino acids and immune-supporting vitamins and minerals. Perfect for treating winter illnesses.
8. Epsom salts
Add Epsom salts to a hot bath as a way to draw the toxins from your body while also soothing aches and pains related to flu. You can also add some essential oils for more beneficial healing properties.
There is absolutely no substitute for consuming sufficient fluids as a way to fight off colds and flu. Make sure you drink at least eight glasses of fluids, but they must contain no sugar, caffeine (a diuretic) or alcohol (which suppresses your immune system and dehydrates).
Once you’ve taken your fluids and other natural remedies, it’s time for the all-important sleep. Yes, life is extremely busy, but you’re absolutely no use to anybody if you’re not functioning at 100% and your colleagues and friends don’t want you spreading your germs around. Just take some time off, get into bed and sleep.
All Remedy Shoppe products are formulated by Biofeedback Therapist and Ethnomedicine Practitioner, Eugenie Rowson, who has years of experience in natural remedies and knowledge of their benefits. Rowson specialises in vibrational medicine and Remedy Shoppe exclusively supplies electromagnetically-made products used to stimulate healing. These natural products contain electromagnetic signatures of an original substance which act as a catalyst to stimulate healing responses. Online users are invited to book a confidential email or skype consultation with Rowson to discuss any ailments or concerns. As far as natural remedies go, vibrational medicines are easy to use, safe for pregnant women, children and pets and convenient.
All natural remedies must be attempted after consultation with a health professional to ensure the correct dosage is used and no pre-existing conditions could result in further damage.