Effective natural herbs for fighting viral infection

Effective natural herbs for fighting viral infection

Viruses are strange beings, they are incredibly small, and they need much stronger electron microscopes to see viral molecules.

Viruses are not living beings and contain only a hereditary substance (DNA or RNA) surrounded by a protein coat, and reproduce after they become infected with rapidly sequencing cells.
Although antibiotics are not helpful in fighting viruses, many herbs have proven effective against viruses.

Echinacea :

This herb is considered the most used and effective in combating viruses, because it contains three anti-viral compounds: caffeic acid, chicoric acid and echinacin, and the echinacea root acts as an interferon, which is produced by the body.
The echinacea is an immunostimulator that helps the body protect itself from viral infection more efficiently.

Astragalus :

Astragalus was found in China and boosts the immune system, according to a Chinese study of ten people infected with Coxsackie B virus, which causes myocarditis, when immune system activity increased from 11% to 45%, and alpha and beta interferon levels increased as antiviral compounds.

Dragon's blood :

Dragon's blood contains many compounds that help treat viral sores caused by herpes. Among these compounds, we deny demethylcedrusine and taspine. This herb is also useful for wound healing and is used externally.

the Garlic :

Garlic is known to contain many sulfur compounds that act as influenza effective agents. Herbalists recommend taking two capsules of garlic to treat colds, influenza and other viral infections. It's also good to have a dozen garlic cloves daily. In general, eating lots of garlic protects against influenza and boosts the immune system.

Juniper :

Juniper contains an active anti-virus compound (Deoxypodophyllotoxin). And its extracts stopped the activity of a number of different viruses, including those that cause influenza and herpes.

Licorice :

Licorice is an effective herb against many types of viral infections. Glycyrrhizin is one of its eight active anti-viral components. It reduces the proliferation of viruses and their ability to penetrate the cells of the body and reproduce the viral substance of the virus.
Prepare a tea by adding a few teaspoons of dry chopped tables to each cup of boiling water, soak it for 10 minutes.

Ginger :

Ginger contains 10 antiviral compounds, so if you have a viral infection, you can try some ginger tea or add it freely to the items you cook. Most of the antiviral compounds found in ginger are also found in turmeric.

Forsythia :

Mixing Chinese tea with Forsythia and Honeysuckle is enough when you are about to catch a cold or flu. Forsythia and Honeysuckle contain compounds that are proven to be virulent.

Eucalyptus :

According to Albert Leung, a natural herbal pharmacist, eucalyptus contains many antiviral compounds, for example, hyperoside, keristine, and tannic acid.

Herbal tea to reduce heat and resist viral infection :

Ginger and mint stimulate blood circulation and stimulate sweat exit, which reduces high body temperature, and resists viral infection, take two tablespoons of ginger powder, a teaspoon of dried mint, 250 ml boiling water, add boiling water to the herbs in the cup, then Cover for 10 minutes, then filter this tea and drink hot 3 to 4 cups a day.

Soup and hot drinks :

During your battle with the hostile viruses that cause the flu or a cold, provide your body with hot herbal drinks (such as mint, cinnamon, ginger, tea ...), as well as hot soups, especially chicken soup, These hot liquids reduce congestion.

References :
The green pharmacy ; Duke James
Encyclopedia of Folk Medicine and Alternative Therapy, Dr. Ayman Al-Husseini

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