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1. Elderberry 

Often grown in the park as decorative trees, people don’t really realize that elderberries have many powerful health benefits. Elderberry boosts the immune system to help the body fight respiratory infections.

Elderberry fruits are packed with immune-strengthening ingredients such as flavonoids, essential oils, antiviral and antioxidant properties.

Try drinking elderberry tea or eating jam made from elderberry.

Warning. Do not eat elderberries raw, they can be poisonous!

2. Red Marine Algae (Red Algae) 

A recent study shows that red marine algae help to boost the immune system due to anti-microbial, anti-oxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties.

Apart from this, researchers also discovered that some species of red algae produce polysaccharides that have an antibacterial and antiviral activity which helps to boost resistance against viruses. 

If you have a weak immune system, bolster it by taking red marine algae supplements.

3. Purple Cone Flower

Purple cone Flower aka Echinacea 

Purple coneflower is more commonly known as Echinacea. Its medicinal properties were first reported by Native American tribes in the eighteenth century. Native Americans used echinacea as a treatment for snakebites, coughs and colds, and typhoid fever.

The purple coneflower has anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic, and wound healing properties.

Apart from this, some specific varieties of purple coneflowers contain polysaccharides that help to boost the immune system. 

4. Oregano 

Oregano essential oil

If you love cooking, then you might as well create recipes revolving around oregano. This important herb is rich in vitamins A, C, E, and K – all of which are good for your immune system. Oregano has anti-fungal. anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

When used as herbal medicine oregano treats coughs, asthma, allergies, acne, athlete’s foot, dandruff, etc.

Ensure you buy wild oregano with over 70% natural carvacrol.

5. Turmeric 

Turmeric for Coronovirus

Turmeric is one herb attracting a lot of attention because of the various health benefits that it brings. Prepared as a tea, mixed with food, and even served as capsules to treat various health problems.

What makes turmeric great is curcumin – a compound abundantly found on this herb. Curcumin has anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties. Packed full of antioxidants and fantastic for your immune system. 

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