It’s that time of the year again and flu season is upon us. Flu symptoms cause a lot of misery with fever, cough, sore throat, congestion, body aches, and chills. It’s best to see a doctor as soon as you suspect the flu. And you can also use some Home Remedies to help ease your misery.
There are lots of natural Flu remedies you can try that may help ease your discomfort. We’ve rounded up ten natural remedies for you to check out.
10 Flu Fighting Natural Remedies
Cold & Flu Fighting Potpourri from Fire Flies And Mud Pies combines Citrus, clove, rosemary, cinnamon and eucalyptus for a germ-fighting fragrant steam that you simmer on your stovetop.
Detox Bath from The Bewitchin Kitchen is so simple to create with ingredients you probably already have; Epsom salts, baking soda, ginger, and sea salt.
Flu Fighting Tea from The Soccer Mom Blog is ready in minutes and tastes amazing with herbal tea, Crystalized ginger, honey, lemon and Turmeric.
Anti-Flu Super Smoothie from Super Healthy Kids is a delicious smoothie with pomegranate juice, Kale, frozen mixed berries,and ground flaxseed. Even your pickiest eaters will love it.
Flu Fighting Ginger Shots from DIY Candy has two immunity boosting ginger shots; Lemon Orange Turmeric Ginger Shot and Lemon Apple Cayenne Ginger Shot that are are both delicious.
Flu Season Bath Blends from Untrained Housewife is two relaxing anti-flu evening baths recipes and two morning or daytime anti-flu bath blends.
Homemade Elderberry Syrup from Must Have Mom uses uses the dried berries of the Sambucis Nigra plant which are naturally high in immune-boosting compounds.
Homemade Cough Drops from Frugal Farm Wife helps to sooth sore, itchy throats, and coughing.
Elderberry Gummies from Must Have Mom make a great mess-free way to get your daily dose of elderberry syrup.
Immune Boosting Sore Throat Suckers from Happy Mothering have all the benefits of traditional throat lozenges and cough drops without the choking risk.
* This article is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician.