Echinacea/Cold Flu Fighters
Many vitamins, dietary supplements, and herbs can greatly reduce cold and flu symptoms and shorten the duration of colds - if you begin taking them at the first sign of an infection. In this User's Guide, Laurel Vukovic describes the most important natural ways of fighting off colds and flus, including the use of such venerable herbs as echinacea, goldenseal, and elderberry.
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SIMPLE WAYS TO STRENGTHEN YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM
IMMUNEBOOSTING HERBS ECHINACEA AND ASTRAGALUS
VIRUSFIGHTING HERBS ELDERBERRY AND GARLIC
VIRUSPIGHTING NUTRIENTS VITAMIN C NACETYLCYSTEINE AND ZINC
WHY YOU SHOULDNT TAKE DRUGS FOR COLDS AND FLUS
HOME REMEDIES FOR COLDS AND FLUS
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Page 3 - ... according to the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), between 35 and 50 million Americans are striken with the flu each year.