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Default Natural treatments for winter ailments

Natural antibiotics and medicines combat winter ailments

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I eat garlic daily as well as lots of onions - both keep me cold & flu free.
Also most of the foods mentioned in the article.
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The boiled milk with ginger and sugar, keeps you cold and flue free .
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Goldenseal is threatened with extinction over much of its natural range, and many states have passed regulations to discourage wild collecting. Goldenseal is a major focus of the privately-funded United Plant Savers (UpS), which sponsors botanical sanctuaries and other native plant conservation efforts. https://attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/gins...tml#goldenseal

It also takes a lot of good quality echinacea to cure a cold, not just a few capsules per day.
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