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Anti Viral Herbs and Supplements

With diseases spreading across the world, we need to know effective natural anti-viral herbs and dietary supplements. Coconut Oil, Gingre, L-Lysine, Astragalus Root, Garlic Bulb, Vitamin C and more.

What Are Anti-viral Herbs?

Anti-viral herbs block virus development. These herbs are harmless and cause no or few side effects. Anti-viral herbs micro elements boost the immune system using the body’s own defense systems.

Best Anti-Viral Herbs and Dietary Supplements

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil contains medium chain triglycerides that have strong antiviral, antiseptic, antifungal, and antibiotic properties. Coconut oil promotes healing and help prevent secondary infections in wounds caused by viral infections.

Aloe vera leaves extract have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and also antiviral effects. Aloe vera boosts the body’s defenses at the cellular level, stimulating the immune system. Polysaccharides in aloe stimulate white blood cell activity and increase the number of T-helper cells. The health benefits of slippery elm are rooted mainly in its soothing properties. It is thus effectively used as a mucilaginous herb internally to coat and soothe mucous membranes while also absorbing toxins which can cause intestinal imbalances. Slippery elm is an effective remedy for duodenal ulcers, gastritis, diarrhea, colitis, and any other gastrointestinal issues.

Curcumin, a component of turmeric, has been used as a food additive and herbal supplement due to its potential medicinal properties. Curcumin has antiviral properties that help block viruses and acts at an early step in virus infection.

Curcumin inhibits Zika and chikungunya virus. Curcumin interferes with virus-cell binding.

An essential amino acid that strengthens collagen, L-Lysine prevents viruses to spread. High quality amino acid formulation META-LABS AMINO MAX is a scientifically formulated combination of 21 crystalline, free-form amino acids in the natural L-configuration. Taking L-Lysine as a daily supplement or increasing your dietary intake of Lysine relative to arginine, will reduce the frequency and severity of attacks.

A great source is citrus fruits such as lemons, oranges, grapefruits, and limes. Also raw berries, sweet peppers, broccoli, brussels sprouts, spinach, and green peas are good sources of vitamin C.

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