“A cold in the head in June is an immoral thing.”

L.M. Montgomery

I agree! Not just a cold, but any sickness. No need to state the obvious. 🤫 (covid19) 🥴

I think having a summer cold is tough because it’s just not as nice snuggling under the covers in your bed when it’s hot!!!

So I’m thinking its best to stay healthy!

Here are some pro tips:

Systemic Enzymes
By eating lots of raw, sprouted and fermented fruits and vegetables.

Bioflavonoids, or Flavonoids
Quercetin is a flavonoid that can be found in vegetables and fruits, such as leafy greens, broccoli, tomatoes, and berries.

Rutin can be found in various vegetables and fruits, including apples, citrus, figs, green tea, black tea, and buckwheat.

Ginger
Ginger is a powerful anti-inflammatory herb, add to a tea!

Bergamont
It has been used as an aromatic essential oil and it’s an ingredient in Earl Grey tea. I take it in oil form. You can also find it encapsulated.

Rosemary
Rosemary is not only a delicious herb commonly used in the kitchen, but it is also incredibly powerful.

Essential oils for topical use, defusing or HAND SANITIZER!
Oregano, sage, and rosemary

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An auto immune warrior fighting the battle to keep myself healthy! Auto immunity will NOT get me down. Multiple sclerosis: get out! The FLog food journal is created from my journey to fight with faith on my side.

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