The Autumn Medley Of Garden Immunity
Echinacea is renowned for its ability to regulate, modulate and refurbish our immune systems in general, (especially our neutrophils, macrophages, T&B cells) and so are all the regular kitchen herbs from the garden or supermarket! As we approach ‘cold season’ adding essential oil-rich kitchen immune herbs like thyme, oregano, rosemary and more will be especially important from now on.
Essential oils are produced in the plants as a way of protecting and surviving and in us, they also protect and enhance our immune strategies, invading and disarming unwanted virus, bacteria, and fungus.
Anything you grow or find to buy will help. For instance, rosemary has evergreen leaves and as such are always available whatever the weather in our gardens. Otherwise dried versions of oregano, thyme, and others all can be made into a strong tea, put into smoothies, or liberally used in cooking.
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