LESSON 7- Cold & Flu
The common cold is really not too much to be concerned about unless it is recurring. Almost every child has had more than one. Colds can be inconvenient and uncomfortable, but they can also be seen as an opportunity to challenge and strengthen your child’s immune system. Colds also give us insight to a child’s overall health.
Watch our youtube play list of Safe Herbal Remedies For Children for videos about how to treat their cold and flu symptoms
At the first sign of a cold, you want to start offering a lot of liquids, carve out some rest time, make a healthy pot of soup, and start gathering your immune-strengthening herbs. Echinacea is every effective if given at the right time with proper amounts. At first sign of a cold or flu, start giving double doses of a simple Echinacea tincture every hour until symptoms subside.
I do not want to minimize just how sick a child can get with the flu. You may want to seek medical advice if you suspect that your child truly has influenza. In the meantime, gather your herbs and start making these teas.
Make Your Own Immune Boosting Herbal Tea
CHILDREN’S IMMUNE BOOST TINCTURE
Children’s Immune Boost Tincture is an excellent way to boost, strengthen, and support your child’s immune system when she needs it most!
Children love this tincture’s spicy sweet taste. Children’s Immune Boost is alcohol-free and formulated with natural antibiotic and febrifuge herbs, including Echinacea, Ginger, Oregon Grape Root, and Yarrow.
Children’s Immune Boost Tincture works naturally with the body to promote well-being and restore health by cooling the body when it runs warm.
Children’s Immune Boost Tincture is the perfect companion to Children’s Daily Immune Tincture. Children’s Immune Boost gives kids that extra BOOST to feel better and Children’s Daily Immune Tincture strengthens their immune systems before they catch that bug!
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* This information is for educational purposes only. This is not intended to treat, diagnose, or cure any illness or disease. If you are concerned about your child's health seek medical care.