Herbology’s Family Natural Immuno Care Package. I never thought I would see the day we suffered another plague, but here we are, fighting against another virus in 2020… But this one is deadly. Nature, however, has always had the answer, and she provides the most sustainable preventative medicine under the sun.
In the wake of COVID-19 pandemic, there’s been a lot of interest in ways to strengthen one’s immune system, and thus build the first line of defence against the deadly virus.
Immunity cannot be built up in a day, but the good news is that eating a well-balanced diet and being physically and mentally active is usually enough to keep your immune system in good health.
There are, however, many natural ingredients known to help boost your immunity. Since ancient times, herbs and spices were well known for their medicinal properties, with over 80 spices grown in different parts of the world, particularly in Asia. India is home to several spices that are used extensively in traditional medicine.
According to the World Health Organisation, around 80% of the world’s population uses herbal medicines for primary health care, particularly across Europe and South Asia. Research indicates that many of these herbs not only have anti-inflammatory properties, they also help build up the body’s natural immunity. And unlike allopathic medicines like antibiotics, which can have serious side effects, most of these herbs and spices are relatively safe.
This care package is enough to see you and your family through the days of lockdown, ensuring you have all the necessary herbs to protect you and yours. Not only do they work, but they taste fabulous as well, and kids LOVE them!
They will not interfere with any of your other meds and will serve you well through this trying time we are facing.
Some information on immunity:
Immunity is the state of protection against infectious disease conferred either through an immune response generated by immunization or previous infection, or by other non-immunological factors. There are two ways to acquire passive resistance against disease: passive natural and passive artificial. Naturally acquired passive immunity occurs during pregnancy, in which certain antibodies are passed from the maternal blood into the fetal bloodstream in the form of IgG. Antibodies are transferred from one person to another through natural means such as in prenatal and postnatal relationships between mother and child. Some antibodies can cross the placenta and enter the fetal blood. This provides some protection for the child for a short time after birth, but eventually, these deteriorate and the infant must rely on its own immune system. Antibodies may also be transferred through breast milk. The transferred IgG from mother to fetus during pregnancy generally lasts 4 to 6 months after birth. The immune responses reach full strength at about age 5.
Herbology’s Family Natural Immuno Care Package