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  • Stop viruses, like COVID-19, and bacteria before they stop you - Herbal Tea Remedy

    Boost your immune system naturally You know when you are starting to get sick. We all know if we listen to our bodies. The little itch in your nose, tingle in your throat and tightness in your ears, are subtle tell-tale signs a cold, allergy or flu is coming on. This is the time for you to jump into action! #FluRemedy #ColdRemedy The quicker you help the body eliminate and fight off the invaders the quicker you can come back to balance. ~Five AMAZING Herbs~ BUILD immunity, STOP the progression and EASE symptoms 1. Echinacea (Echinacea purpurea) You can use #echinacea roots or leaves as a tea. This lovely plant helps fight inflammation, and defends against respiratory bacterial and viral infections (1). If you are in the midst of a cold/flu you can add golden root to boost echinacea's properties but only use one week on, and then take a week off for no more that two weeks. 2.Slippery Elm Bark (Ulmus nibra) The inner bark of the Slippery Elm can be steeped to make tea. This medicinal bark aids inflammation of mucous membranes and helps alleviate diarrhea. We all know how mucous membranes get inflamed and congested during fall/winter dry season. I love #slipperyelm! It has worked every-time for me. Helps with IBS systems as well. 3. Elderberry (Sambucus naigra) The berries, inner bark and roots should be decocted (boiled) to obtain juices. Eating berries can lead to poisoning. The leaves should be infused. Research has shown it to bind to the H1N1 virus preventing the virus from entering host cells (2). This means it can prevent the flu from entering you. It has also been shown to reduce the duration if taken at the onset of feeling sick (3). The elder's healing elements combat free radicals, build and cleanse blood and stimulates circulation. It can also lower fever. Stay away from the stems as they are very toxic! 4. Pau'd Arco Bark (Tabebula impetigimosa) This inner bark works well in fighting bacterial and viral infections and also cleanses the blood. #Paudarco - contains lapachol which has "antimicrobial properties against many pathogens. It has anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antibiotic properties. It is an inhibitor of epithelial tumors in Drosophila melanogaster heterozygote. " according to Sigma Aldrich (Click here for link). 5. Rose Hips (Rosa spp.) These little gems are what is left after a rose flower has died. They contain concentrated vitamin C, calcium, iron, magnesium, selenium, zinc B vitamins and of course, beta-carotene a precursor to vitamin A. #RosehipsvitaminC Get Inspired to ward off flu and colds this season. Eating healthily, washing your hands many times per day, saline nose rinses and saltwater gargles are other ways to make sure those nasty viral and bacterial critters are stopped dead in their tracks. Having access to the herbs listed above will also build your army in the fight against this year's coming flu and cold season. If you have any questions or requests, please email me at Lisbeth@fenaturals.com and visit @FeNaturals, FeNaturals.com (Fe- is Swedish for fairy) #FlowerFairy on! Click here to order: Echinacea Tincture (1oz), Echinacea Tincture (2oz), Elderberry Tincture (1oz), Elderberry Tincture (2oz), Flu & Cold Away Tea References: 1. Vimalanathan, S.; Schoop, R.; Suter, A.; Hudson, J.; Prevention of Influenza virus induced bacterial superinfection by standardized Echinacea purpurea, via regulation of surface receptor expression in human bronchial epithelial cells. Virus Research, 233:51-59 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.virusres.2017.03.006 2. Roschek, B.; Fink, R.; McMichael, M.; Li, D.; Alberte, R.; Elderberry flavonoids bind to and prevent H1N1 infection in vitro. Phytochemistry, 70;1255-1261 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.phytochem.2009.06.003 3. Hawkins, J; Baker, C.: Cherry, L.; Dunne, E.; Black elderberry (Sambucus nigra) supplementation effectively treats upper respiratory symptoms; A meta-analysis of randomized, controlled clinical trials. Complemntary therapyies in Medicine, 42:361-365 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ctim.2018.12.004 *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information is for educational purposes only.

  • A'choo and you - lovely help from Nettle

    "The pollen count, now that's a difficult job. Especially if you've got hay fever." ~ Milton Jones Spring time is in the air and so are all those pesky pollens! Seeing the Earth come back to life after a long dark winter is amazing but feeling the effects of a runny nose and itchy eyes is not as fun. That is where nettle comes in. HERB INFORMATION The scientific name: Urtica diocia Traditional name: Nettle Genus: Urticaceae Used part of the plant: Roots, stalk and leaves Nettle is sometimes seen as the go-to herbal antihistamine. Studies have shown super antioxidant properties when the leaves are infused as well as included other constituents as quercetin (Otles & Yalcin, 2012). TRADITIONAL USES* Hay fever and other allergies Arthritis, rheumatism Benign proto static hyperplasia Cardiovascular dis-ease Goiter, simulates hair follicles Inflammation Nettle is micronutrient dense; constituents include vitamins and minerals as well as flavonoids, sterols, tannins, amino acids and lecithin to name a few. A study of 69 patients with allergic rhinitis were given 600 mg of freeze-dried nettle lead daily to treat symptoms. Fifty-eight patients felt most of the symptoms were relieved and 48% stated that nettle relieved their symptom's better than over-the-counter medications (Urtica dioica, Urtica uerns (Nettle), 2007). So, if you are looking to find allergy relief, you may want to look to Nettle to see what this little herb can offer you! Precautions: This herb has diuretic and hypotensive qualities; it may lower blood pressure. If you take other medications that lower blood pressure, seek medical advice before using. We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications. *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information is for educational purposes only. References: Semih Otles and Buket Yalcin, “Phenolic Compounds Analysis of Root, Stalk, and Leaves of Nettle,” The Scientific World Journal, vol. 2012, Article ID 564367, 12 pages, 2012. https://doi.org/10.1100/2012/564367. Urtica dioica; Urtica uerns (Nettle). (2007). Alternative Medicine Review, 12(3), 280-284. doi:http://www.altmedrev.com/archive/publications/12/3/280.pdf

  • Stop colds and flu before they stop you

    October is nearing an end and just around the corner lurks spooky flu viruses and frightful bacteria. Welcome to my initial blog post! I am excited to share what I have learned over the last 20 years working with natural remedies in hopes to help you. Herbs to boost your immune system naturally You know when you are starting to get sick. We all know, if we listen to our bodies. The little itch in your nose, tingle in your throat and tightness in your ears, are subtle tell-tale signs a cold, allergy or flu is coming on. This is the time for you to jump into action! #FluRemedy #ColdRemedy The quicker you help the body eliminate and fight off the invaders the quicker you can come back to balance. Flu and Cold Season is right around the corner According to WebMD.com, "5% to 20% -- Percentage of the U.S. population that will get the flu, on average, each year. 200,000 -- Average number of Americans hospitalized each year because of problems with the illness. 3,000 to 49,000 -- Number of people who die each year from flu-related causes in the U.S. 5 Herbs that help build immunity and ease symptoms 1. Echinacea You can use #echinacea roots or leaves as a tea. This lovely plant helps fight inflammation, defends against bacterial and viral infections. If you are in the midst of a cold/flu you can add golden root to boost echinacea's properties but only use one week on, and then take a week off for no more that two weeks. 2.Slippery Elm Bark (aka Moose Elm or Red Elm) The inner bark of the Slippery Elm can be steeped to make tea. This medicinal bark aids inflammation of mucous membranes and helps alleviate diarrhea. We all know how mucous membranes get inflamed and congested during fall/winter dry season. I love #slipperyelm ! It has worked every-time for me. Helps with IBS systems as well. 3. Elder (aka Black #Elderberry) The berries, inner bark and roots should be decocted but the leaves infused. The elder's healing elements combat free radicals, build and cleanse blood and stimulates circulation. It can also lower fever. Stay away from the stems as they are very toxic! 4. Pau'd Arco Bark This inner bark works well in fighting bacterial and viral infections and also cleanses the blood. #Paudarco - contains lapachol which has "antimicrobial properties against many pathogens[1]. It has anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antibiotic properties[3]. It is inhibitor of epithelial tumors in Drosophila melanogaster heterozygote[3]. " according to Sigma Aldrich, link here: https://www.sigmaaldrich.com/catalog/product/aldrich/142905?lang=en®ion=US 5. Rose Hips These little gems are what is left after a rose flower has died. They contain concentrated vitamin C, calcium, iron, magnesium, selenium, zinc B vitamins and of course, beta-carotene a precursor to vitamin A. #RosehipsvitaminC Get Inspired to ward off flu and colds this season. Eating healthily, washing your hands many times per day, saline nose rinses and salt water gargles are other ways to make sure those nasty viral and bacterial critters are stopped dead in their tracks. Having access to the herbs listed above will also build your army in the fight against this year's coming flu and cold season. If you have any questions or requests, please email me at Lisbeth@fenaturals.com. and visit #FeNaturals.com (Fe- is Swedish for fairy) #FlowerFairy on! *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information is for educational purposes only.

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