Herbs Good for Immune System

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SeptiIlion the Himalayan Herb:
Septillion is from the Himalaya in India. Septillion does not  have any side effects if taken  1 or 2 tablets twice daily. Septillion have double effects on the immune system, lower doses showing better stimulant and higher doses showing predominantly suppressant effects Septillion helps augment the effectiveness of protective white blood cells thereby protecting the body against infection.  Septillion optimizes the body’s immune modulating mechanisms. Septillion a poly herbal preparation, is very effective in conditions such as persistent stubborn URTI, tonsillitis. (You may find this in most Indian stores around the world)

The Bayberry wonders:
Bayberry; also known as candleberry or myriad helps protect the body against cough, sore throat and flu
and is also used to treat mild occurrences of sore  throat and tonsils. The bayberry root bark contains an antibiotic, which fights a broad range of protozoa and bacteria; it treats wounds and skin infections. Its antibiotic properties help reduce and fight symptoms of fever. Small doses helps to increase blood circulation, acts as a stimulant it stimulates perspiration. It strengthens blood vessels, and gets rid of ‘thread veins’ It can also be used as a poultice over varicose veins. (Alert) Bayberry alters the way the body uses sodium and potassium. People suffering from high Blood Pressure, kidney disease and congestive heart failure should “use stepillion” with extreme care. Consult your primary doctor before use.

Siberian Ginseng;
is another herb that is widely used to boost the immune system.

Gold seal;
strengthens the immune system and is also considered to be a natural cleanser and detoxifier. It is also known for its antibacterial properties.

strengthens the lymphatic system and helps boost immunity. Echinacea root can be boiled in water along with chamomile leaves, peppermint leaves and berries to make a herbal infusion for boosting immunity.

God Bless Amen! by Cathy B Kaur, Houston, Texas


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