Natural products for cold and flu

It’s that time of year when people are sniffling and sneezing and wondering what they can do to protect themselves from catching something. If you are looking for a natural product to help get you through cold and flu season, you’ll find a variety of great options. Check out some of our favorites and tune in Monday to Daybreak to catch us talking about them!*

DEFEND Cold & Flu
DEFEND may help you when you need it. This natural homeopathic medicine is formulated for severe cold and flu symptoms, including congestion, runny nose, fever, chills and body ache.

Perhaps one of the most common natural tools for  flu support, Elderberries contain potent amounts of antioxidants, vitamin A, C, B-6, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin and folate to help to power the body. Theses amazing berries are known to help give the immune system a needed boost when the flu hits and can be found in a variety of products including tinctures, teas and supplements. In fact, Elderberries have been the subject of multiple flu studies as noted in WebMD.

WishGarden makes some great teas and tinctures specifically for the immune system and cold and flu. Immune Boost Tea contains a potent mix of Echinacea Leaf, Ginger Root and more to improve resistance and promote faster recovery. Their Cold ‘n Flu Tea contains specific herbs like Hibiscus and Yarrow for colds, fever and body aches. Finally, their best selling Kick-Ass Immune combines a powerful team of immune, respiratory, and lymphatic herbal heroes to support your body’s natural resistance.

ZAND is the best of American and European herbal medicine combined with the wisdom of traditional Chinese medicine to provide you with balanced formulas. ZAND has applied today’s science and manufacturing technology to develop safe products using natural botanical ingredients to maintain mental and physical health. When it comes to cold and flu, their ZAND products support upper respiratory healthy and soothe the throat.

*This is intended as information only. Please check with your doctor before adding any new supplement to your daily routine.