Special Edition: Strengthen Your Immune System Naturally
Supporting your immune system is the best way to handle the coronavirus. Here's the evidence-based foods, natural medicine, and lifestyle choices to strengthen your immunity.
Doses, Recommendations, and Notes:
Visit Medscape Herb-Drug Interaction Checker before purchasing if you have a pre-existing condition, on prescription drugs, or taking other supplements.
If anything doesn't feel right - stop taking it immediately! Symptoms will usually diminish as time passes. Visit the ER if your symptoms worsen. Bring your supplements with you.
Up to 2000 mg in divided doses. Ex: 1000 mg in the morning; 1000 in the evening
May cause diarrhea. If so, cut back on the dose. The diarrhea will clear up.
Best at the beginning of the infection
Most effective in the first 72 hours of symptoms.
One of the best herbs
Theoretically, high doses may help against COVID-19 symptoms.
Controversial because it can be pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory.
May incite side-effects in those with auto-immune diseases. (Many feel fine though.)
An excellent anti-viral. If you feel any kinda way that you don't like - stop taking this supplement.
Lozenges are the most absorbable form
Take with food
D3 is the best form
If levels are below 50 nmol/L, supplement
Starting at doses of 2000 IU's
Take with a meal that has fat in it - avocado, olive oil, yogurt for example
Probiotics - check for these types when you buy the supplements
Be careful if you have IBS, SIBO, IBD, diarrhea or any other sign of microbial imbalance
Home-made "V8" juice or vegetable broth
6 celery sticks
1/2 of a lemon
Where to buy your supplements?
Yes, it may have the lowest prices and the best shipping options. However, companies historically advertise one supplement but ship a fake product.
You just don't know what you're getting - even with an image.
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To your health, wellbeing, and safety,
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