Garlic — antibiotic, antifungal, and antiseptic.

Onion — excellent for coughs and raw onion retains the respiratory tract available.

Ginger — antifungal and anti-inflammatory. In addition to treating cold/flu, ginger is great for nausea and vomiting.

Sage — carminative, antiseptic, and astringent — the mouth and throat plant. Used for sore throats and cough. Also used for sinus congestion. Sage should not be used when pregnant or breast feeding.

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Thyme — antifungal, antifungal, antibacterial, expectorant, and chamomile. Thyme is terrific for respiratory infections and coughs. Additionally, it is great for the stomach and relieves gas.

Cayenne can help prevent a cold or influenza as well as shorten the duration of a cold or influenza. It brings warmth to the body, which can help dispel coldness.
Honey — raw, local honey must ideally be bought either at a farmer’s market or in Whole Foods or Trader Joes. Honey is antibacterial, antifungal, antimicrobial, and antiseptic. Do not give honey to children under 1 year old.

Lemon — high in vitamin C, lemon can help decrease the strength of this cold and flu virus within the body and reduce phlegm. Lots of people use lemons to construct resistance to cold and flu and accelerate healing.


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