DIY Home Remedies to beat the Flu [Infographic]

DIY Home Remedies to beat the Flu [Infographic] | ecogreenlove

via Natural News

Even during a flu epidemic, there’s no reason to fear becoming sick if you have the following home remedies on hand. Some act to protect you ahead of time before even getting sick, while others help you to recover after contracting the illness.

Remedies for preventing the flu

  • Colloidal Silver
    Take a teaspoon or two daily during flu season. Children can take one-half to one teaspoon daily depending on age and weight.
  • Influenzinum nosode
    Mix one pellet in four ounces of water and sniff. Don’t inhale the water.
  • Oscillococcinum
    Dissolve a pellet and sniff the remedy once or twice a day for three days to boost your immune system.
  • Garlic tea
    One of the best ways to take advantage of garlic’s healing properties is by drinking fresh garlic tea sweetened with a little raw honey

Read the details about the benefits of each natural remedy on this article by JB Bardot.

Home remedies for treating the flu

  • Chicken soup
    Use organic chicken and vegetables to obtain the best of the nutrients provided.
  • Mullein
    Mullein supports the immune system as well, during the flu and may be used prophylactically to prevent flu by drinking the tea daily during an epidemic.
  • Gelsemium
    Used to alleviate general flu symptoms.
  • Belladonna
    Homeopathic Belladonna is indicated when the onset of flu illness is sudden and very intense.
  • Bryonia
    Bone and muscle pain made worse from any motion indicates homeopathic Bryonia.
  • Eupatorium perfoliatum
    The person needing Eupatorium will be restless and change position frequently, whereas Bryonia prefers no movement at all.

Read the details about the benefits of each natural remedy on this article by JB Bardot.

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