The substances that most of all strengthen the immune system are antioxidants, in particular vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc and selenium and all can be found in nature. Here are some examples of natural remedies that can really help us.
Acerola is a red fruit native to central and southern America.
It’s rich in calcium, phosphorus, fructose, vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin A and flavonoids.
Carrots are among the best antioxidants,
they’re very rich in vitamins and beta-carotene.
Cornflower is purifying and has an invigorating action.
It stimulates metabolism and increases resistance to infections.
Echinacea is one of the most widely used remedies
in herbal medicine to strengthen the immune system.
Lemon is an incredible concentrate of beneficial properties for the body:
it is rich in vitamin C, mucilage, pectin and citric acid.
It is an excellent antioxidant, eliminates toxins and is perfect for strengthening
the body’s defenses as well as having effective tonic properties.
This mushroom is generally great for the immune system and
produces hypoglycaemic effects, corrects hypertension and excess triglycerides.
It’s a general regulator of metabolism, supporting its main functions.
Fungi generally strengthen the immune system.
The papain enzyme, contained inside, has an alkalizing effect and
promotes the restoration of the acid-base balance. In a basic environment,
pathogenic bacteria die, leaving room for a correct intestinal flora
and a stronger immune system.
It can be considered a panacea, supports the whole organism in the protection processes
and has strong anti-inflammatory properties, protecting the intestine and pulmonary pathways.
Useful for joint pain, it is an excellent spleen tonic and lightens the mind.
Smoothies / vegetable extracts
A good immune system is based on a correct functioning of the intestine,
which constantly needs vitamins, minerals and live enzymes that protect the mucous membranes
and guarantee their correct functioning. Extracts combine the benefit of raw foods with easy intestinal absorption,
without overloading the digestive functions.
An ancient remedy. We have all heard of it but few know it for its multiple beneficial properties.
It’s an immunomodulator, stimulates the production of antibodies and is an excellent energy tonic,
which also has a good antioxidant and antibacterial property.
Healthy nutrition, excercise, rest
As a bonus we add this last natural remedy, though it is by no means least:
the set of actions we carry out in everyday life.
We are often looking for remedies that can make up for our “distractions”,
yet there is no repalcement for constant and continuous excercise a healthy diet and good sleep to guarantee the best of results.