- Elderberry Fruit – research highlighting a potential value in supporting immune function in influenza sufferers have made elderberry one of the most popular resistance supplements. The impressive flavonoid profile is especially worth noting in this respect.
- Elderflower – the flavonoids and phenolic acids in elderflower are thought to be the main compounds associated with the common use in supporting the body in the case of common cold. Among other related properties, elderflower may help encourage bronchial secretions and perspiration (which may help accelerate the removal of the virus).
- Olive Leaf research suggests that olive leaf exhibits considerable immune supportive and antimicrobial activity, warranting its common use in assisting the body’s ability to combat bacteria, viruses and yeast/fungi.
- Ginger Rhizome/Root – the activity of ginger root against various infective microbes is well established. Ginger’s warming properties and its common use in supporting healthy sinus function and combatting nausea make it a versatile tool in cold season.
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