Healing herbs will help strengthen the immune system

06 March 2017, 16:45

Photo: John Tann

Pho­to: John Tann

With the onset of the cold sea­son, the issue of strength­en­ing immu­ni­ty becomes more rel­e­vant. In the autumn-win­ter sea­son, doc­tors rec­om­mend tak­ing vit­a­min com­plex­es and drugs to pre­vent colds.

How­ev­er, there is a more effec­tive and safer way to strength­en your immune sys­tem. For help, you just need to turn to proven folk reme­dies that will not only strength­en the body’s defens­es, but also help relieve stress, improve sleep, mem­o­ry and per­for­mance.

Rowan infu­sion

Take 2 tbsp. dried rowan berries and pour them with 2 cups of boil­ing water. The infu­sion should be infused for 20 min­utes, after which it must be fil­tered and con­sumed before meals 3–4 times a day for half a cup. Adding hon­ey to moun­tain ash infu­sion great­ly increas­es its heal­ing prop­er­ties.

herbal infu­sion

Take the same parts of the dried string, chamomile flow­ers and straw­ber­ry leaves. Pour one table­spoon of dry vit­a­min col­lec­tion with a glass of boil­ing water and leave for 20 min­utes. After that, strain and drink 2–3 times a day instead of tea.

Rose­hip tea

Rose hips are just a store­house of vit­a­min C, so rose hip tea is an excel­lent way to strength­en the immune sys­tem. Pour 20–30 rose hips with a liter of boil­ing water and insist in a glass dish or ther­mos. Strain the fin­ished rose­hip broth and dilute with hot tea in a ratio of 1: 1. You can add hon­ey or sug­ar if you like.

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