END-fluenza Herbal Compound

Made with four powerhouses for the aid in relieving the symptoms of common winter illnesses:

Elderberry: German studies have linked anthocyanins with greatly increased immune coordination. Anthocyanins have been shown to boost the production of immune cytokines. The cytokines are key messengers in the immune system to help regulate the immune response. This allows the body to defend against disease. These studies have shown the antioxidant balance of elderberry to be greater than equal doses of vitamin E and vitamin C.

Elderberry has a very high oxygen radical absorbance capacity, over twice as much as blueberry and cranberry. Elderberry also contains trace minerals and has more vitamin C than oranges. Studies have shown that elderberry supports brain health, improves immune coordination, protects blood vessels and reduces cancer cell growth patterns in the body.

Juniper: Juniper berries also are recommended for joint pain, gout, rheumatoid arthritis, and nerve, muscle, and tendon disorders; the plant is used internally and topically for such complaints. Take small doses of juniper mixed with other herbs, such as ginger, for a month at a time; then abstain for a week to 10 days before restarting. A study from the Universite Tunis El-Manar in Tunisia published in "Natural Product Research" in 2011 tested the chemical makeup of juniper berries and concluded they may be useful against diseases of the brain and blood vessels. This potential is due to the berries' high levels of unsaturated fats and antioxidants. Another report from Shiraz University of Medical Sciences in Iran, published in "Pharmacognosy Research" in 2010, found juniper berries' essential oil possesses impressive antioxidant effects and the ability to sweep up damaging free radicals.

Juniper might decrease blood sugar. Diabetes medications are also used to lower blood sugar. Taking juniper along with diabetes medications might cause your blood sugar to go too low. Monitor your blood sugar closely.

Rose Hips: Rose hips has among the highest amounts of vitamin C in the plant kingdom. With one to two percent vitamin C, by dry weight, rose hips have a higher content than citrus fruit. Rosehip tea provides comparatively high levels of phenolic and flavonoid antioxidants, according to Cornell University. Of 17 herbs evaluated in a study, rosehip was among the top, along with chamomile, hawthorn, lemon verbena and green tea. Researchers note that rosehip and other herbs enhanced activity of the important antioxidant enzyme superoxide dismutase. Rosehips also provide up to 200 milligrams of vitamin C and bioflavonoid antioxidants in 10 grams of dried hips.

Hibiscus: Hibiscus is tart tasting and rich in antioxidants, can protect the liver. stimulate the appetite and help reduces fevers and soothe coughs and soothe and help repair the skin. Similar to many other plants and fruits, hibiscus contains vitamin C, which medical experts believe influences the development and activity of white blood cells. Their role is to fight off infection and reduce inflammation, so drinking this type of tea might keep a person from getting sick as often. It also might help with diseases such as arthritis and the swelling, redness and irritation that happens after an injury.

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