Flu my 6 best natural tips

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  1. Aleksy

    Aleksy Group for banned users

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    Hey..
    Some all time most effective home remedies for Flu
    Make a tea mixing:
    Bayberry bark – 1 tsp
    Grated ginger root – 1 tsp
    Cayenne powder – ½ tsp
    Boiling water – 1 cup
    Let it sit for 20 minutes.
     
  2. Shanne

    Shanne New Member

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    Mild cases of the flu can be confused with the common cold; however, the flu usually causes a more serious illness. Anyway, thanks for sharing.
     
  3. Michaelangelica

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    Sounds very similar to S. Thomson's original composition powder which will cure most things
     
  4. Grasshopper

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    When ever I got sick in Melbourne I would go and have a Pho with a lot of chilli
    Seemed to work every time
    Similar ingredients to above but Cassia instead of Bayberry and Star Anise which is supposed to be good even for avian flu.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shikimic_acid
     
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    Pho or any hot, spicy broth style soup is great!
     
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    Your tips are really looking worthy in case of flu, if you are not wrong. BTW, I'll definitely try the soup, thanks fore posting these kind of tips.
     
  7. Ma&Pa

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    I find food and spice facts fascinating. Here's one about Star Anise.
    A chemical compound in Star Anise is shikimic acid which is "a primary precursor in the pharmaceutical synthesis of anti-influenza drug oseltamivir (Tamiflu).[1] Shikimic acid is produced by most autotrophic organisms and whilst it can be obtained in commercial quantities from elsewhere, star anise remains the usual industrial source." Source: Wikipedia

    Enjoy your Pho and other Chinese soups this winter!!
     

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