(NaturalPath) You’re sick, you’re feeling horrible and you just want to feel better, but you also want to try and stick to natural solutions to your cold or flu. Fortunately, there are natural herbal supplements to help clear you out.
Hot tea is a good way to get this amazing natural expectorant in your system. Licorice can also be used as a laxative. It has been used for thousands of years to treat upper respiratory conditions that accompany allergies and colds.
To stop that pesky, lingering cough you can inhale some essential oil from peppermint to clear the sinus passages. Hot peppermint tea also is effective on those bronchial tubes in the chest. Peppermint also acts as a fever reducer.
You don’t even need to eat this herb to get the benefits. Just a couple drops in some boiling water can break up that congestion in your sinuses and chest. Don’t forget to breathe in deeply to get the full effect.
This somewhat obscure flowering plant has been used for its medicinal properties for years. Also known as starflower it has great natural expectorant properties. Breaking up the congestion isn’t its only job, as it also helps the body break a fever by causing it to sweat.
The seeds from this plant also have expectorant properties. It can help fight infection and kill bacteria that cause these cold and flu viruses.
Protect yourself and your family from the cold and flu season
With flu season at its peak, we have invited some of the top naturopathic physicians from NaturalPath and Naturopathic Doctor News & Review to share natural ways to prevent and heal from the flu.
In this guide you will learn:
– How to prevent the flu in your home
– Foods and supplements that can fight the virus
– Expert advice from leading physicians on how to treat the flu
– Understand the signs on when it is time to see your doctor
– The purpose behind your child’s fever and why you shouldn’t try to bring it down, sometimes
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Razi Berry, Founder and Publisher of Naturopathic Doctor News & Review (ndnr.com) and NaturalPath (thenatpath.com), has spent the last decade as a natural medicine advocate and marketing whiz. She has galvanized and supported the naturopathic community, bringing a higher quality of healthcare to millions of North Americans through her publications. A self-proclaimed health-food junkie and mother of two; she loves all things nature, is obsessed with organic gardening, growing fruit trees (not easy in Phoenix), laughing until she snorts, and homeschooling. She is a little bit crunchy and yes, that is her real name.