3 Secret Supplements That Might Prevent You From Getting Sick — ShesTough
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3 Secret Supplements That Might Prevent You From Getting Sick

Here are 3 secret supplements, which have been used for centuries to ward off colds, flu’s, viruses and other illness.

Nobody likes to get sick. Even catching a minor cold can throw off your whole fitness routine. When you are starting to feel under the weather sleep and rest is your best bet. But sometimes the body needs something more.

 

• Black Cumin Seed Oil

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Black Cumin Seed Oil originates from a plant that comes from Asia, the Mediterranean, and Africa. It has been used for over 3000 years and was even found in King Tuts tomb alongside Manuka Honey. It has even said to have been used by Cleopatra. There have been hundreds of studies on Black Cumin Seed Oil which range from treating infections, fighting cancer, promoting liver health, reducing diabetes and so on. Black Cumin Seed Oil is also used a beauty product being used topically on skin and hair.

Black Cumin Seed Oil has a bit of a harsh taste, so we recommend combining one tablespoon of it with a teaspoon of manuka honey. Try taking it once a week or when you feel like your getting under the weather.

 

• Colloidal Silver

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Silver has been used for thousands of years as a healing and antibacterial agent. Both the Greeks and the Roman Empire used silver as a germicide and antibiotic.
More recent research has shown particular benefits in its antibacterial/antimicrobial effects, skin health, anti-inflammatory properties, and warding off the cold/flu and pneumonia.

Try taking Colloidal Silver when you feel under the weather. Some researchers believe that silver can build up in your tissues with prolonged and/or excessive use and can have adverse effects on your skin so consider using in moderation and only in times of need.

 

• Oregano Oil

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Oil of oregano has been used for centuries and was popular amongst the Romans and Greeks. The name oregano comes from the Greek words “oros” meaning mountain and “ganos” meaning delight.

Research shows it may act like a natural antibiotic and anti-inflammatory agent treating everything from infections, respiratory/skin conditions, viruses, and parasites.

For use, try putting a couple of drops under the tongue in times of need. Because of its strong taste, some people will dilute it in one tablespoon of high-quality olive oil. You can also dilute it in water, gargle and swallow or even apply it topically to skin alongside olive oil.

So there you have it! Three natural remedies that you can look into. Remember, there are no absolutes in the human body when it comes to treating one person to another. Everyone simply responds differently. Use the supplements mentioned above at your own consent and always follow the recommended dosage in times of need.

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