Remedies For Colds and Flu Prevention Prevention

Oct 2017

Since fall season is here and winter rapidly approaching, the change of weather can
affect so many of us, causing colds and even the flu. It is important to strengthen the
immune system naturally, as to create better shield against viruses and bacteria and
prevent sickness.

I do not recommend vaccines as a prevention measure, as they contain harmful
chemicals and preservatives and can cause more harm than good.
Whether you are healthy but are prone to getting sick, or have cold or flu symptoms
such as runny nose, cough, sneezing, chills, fever, body aches, fatigue, headache,
diarrhea or vomiting, you should be taking these measures:

If you are sick:
 Stay at home, rest and hydrate
 Cover your mouth if coughing or nose if sneezing
 Wash your hands or sanitize properly
 Take 3000-5000 IU of Vitamin D3
 Take 2000-4000 Mg of Lypospheric/Lyposomic Vitamin C. (Fat soluble
Vitamin C absorbs and assimilates quicker and more efficiently than water
soluble Vitamin C, as well as doesn’t cause gut and stomach issues as regular
vitamin C does)
 Take 50-100 mg of Zinc
 Take Oregano oil, 5-10 drops twice a day, or 500 mg twice a day when sick.
 Take a splash of Cayenne pepper, fresh squeezed lemon, raw honey, apple
cider vinegar, cinnamon, a dash of Himalayan sea salt and mix it all with
lukewarm water and drink through the day.
 Take probiotics to help gut health which will help immune system. 80% of
our immune system is in the gut.
 Rub Peppermint, Eucalyptus, and Frankincense oils onto neck and temples,
as well as the bottom of the feet. Also diffuse those oils to inhale.
 Get acupuncture and chiropractic treatments to boost immune system and
help expedite your recovery.
 Make tea with fresh mint leaves, ginger (if desired), rosemary, thyme, honey,
and lemon.
 Make soups with lots of onions and garlic, fresh rosemary, thyme, sage,
cayenne pepper.

 Drink fresh squeezed lemon and a dash of Himalayan sea salt every
morning. Cinnamon and honey can be added in cold days or if desired.

 Take 1000-2000 mg vitamin C daily. Lyposomic/lypospheric vitamin
C is best.
 Take vitamin D3, 1000-2000 IU daily
 Take probiotics, every other day
 Take minerals
 Take a high quality multivitamin that includes antioxidants and B
 Get 8 hours of sleep at night
 Exercise regularly and sweat
 Avoid excessive consumption of sugar and processed foods
 Eat plenty of fresh, organic food that are high in vitamin C and
 Get acupuncture and chiropractic treatments regularly

Precautions to watch for:

 If you experience high fever and develop complications from the flu, please
go and see your doctor immediately.

Hadar Elbaz


Hadar Elbaz

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