- Eat dark leafy greens. Green foods are full of lots of vitamins and minerals- specifically vitamin C. This vitamin attacks the nucleic acid of the virus–and it keeps attacking the bacteria until it’s dead. Pretty cool, right?
Sore, achy muscles: Try ice therapy
Take a warm bath with Epsom salts and ginger to give sore, over-worked muscles immediate relief. Then try icing them with crushed ice wrapped in a damp towel. This actually prevents further muscle damage and can speed up the muscle’s recovery process.
Nauseas: Try ginger, peppermint and charcoal powder
Ginger has been used for thousands of years to help with nausea and diarrhea. Add some chopped, fresh ginger with lemon and charcoal powder into hot water for a delicious way to beat nausea.
Runny nose: Try a salt water rinse
Warm water and salt could be all you need to get rid of that runny nose. Also deeply breathe eucalyptus oil on the shower diffuser, and using Sen Sei ointment and garlic oil on your chest and feet.
- Dry cough: Try Licorice Root and Chamomile Tea
Licorice is a traditional relief for cough, and chamomile is very soothing. Try adding a squeeze of lemon and a pinch of cayenne if your throat hurts. Tastes great though, so why not give it a go?
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