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Flu Season - Protect yourself naturally with Polyinfuenzimium

The main aim for everybody should be to boost the immunity which plays a crucial role in keeping away flu and stopping those regular visits to the doctors too. Although the effects of our lifestyle and diet on the immune system still need further investigations, researchers believe that along with a regular exercise diet and supplements play a key role to keep the immune system highly efficient. 

Again this year we are introducting Polyinfluenzinum, this is the homeopathic flu remedy that is updated each year based on the flu strains predicted by the World Health Organization (WHO). It is homeopathically diluted and potentized to stimulate your body's own defence system and arm your immune system against the current flu viruses.

If you are looking for a holistic treatment with no side effects to avoid the flu, we have a natural solution in a tablet form;

Polyinfluenzinium tablets;

  • Strengthen the body and increase its resistance to this season’s flu viruses
  • Protect against cold & flu symptoms such as body aches, nausea, chills, fever, headaches, sore throat, coughs, and congestion.
  • Deal with after effects of the flu, and alleviate adverse effects of the flu shot.

In February each year, the World Health Organization (WHO) makes an assessment of the strains of flu virus that are most likely to be circulating during the winter. Based on this assessment, three flu strains out of more than 200 are selected for the vaccine. One of the concerns about the flu vaccine is it cannot protect you against all virus.
As it was widely reported after the 2009 flu pandemic, there has been several health warnings on the flu vaccines, including 200 cases of narcolepsy in children in Finland and Sweden, and many concerns among health professionals about the approach of vaccinating against swine flu.

Polyinfluenzinum has been clinically evaluated. One hundred patients were given the remedy and observed during two consecutive winter seasons. While before using Polyinfluenzinum, 82% of the people had an episode of influenza or a similar infection each winter, in the first winter with Polyinfluenzinum, only 11% of the people tested suffered from influenza or a cold and 10% had a slight winter rhinitis. During the 2nd winter of taking Influenzinum, 6% of the people had influenza or a cold and 9% had a slight winter rhinits.

Polyinfluenzinium is a way of protecting yourself naturally and building up your immune system. We are happy to order in bulk to cut costs, thats why anyone ordering them before 30th September will save 20 % only costing £25 for the full pack of 10 tablets.

It’s very important that you consider diet too during the winter months to prevent Flu;

According to Simone Benedetti, our Nutritionist and also PhD Researcher at Kingston University in London here’s a list of some food to prioritize in case you come in contact with Flu.

  • Citrus fruits

Fruit such as grapefruit, oranges, tangerines, lemons, clementine but also papaya and kiwi are particularly rich in Vitamin C. Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, boosts the immune system by attacking the virus and combating against free radicals as well.

  • Red peppers and tomatoes  

Red peppers and tomatoes are two types of vegetables particularly rich in Vitamin C. Moreover, tomatoes are rich in Lycopene which is a pigment principally responsible for the characteristic deep-red colour of tomato. This carotenoid pigment has shown to be a power antioxidant.

  • Spinach

Spinach is also rich in vitamin C which may increase the infection-fighting ability of our immune systems.  It is important to eat raw spinach or to cook them as little as possible in order to retain all the nutrients.

  • Garlic

Garlic’s immune-boosting properties seem to be related to the antimicrobial activities Allicin. This sulphur-containing compound has shown to have a variety of antibacterial activity against a wide range of Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria.

  • Inulin food source

Vegetables such as artichokes, asparagus, chicory root and onion are good sources of Inulin which is a non-digestible oligosaccharide that resists hydrolysis and absorption in the upper gastrointestinal tract. Reaching the large intestine, Inulin becomes a good food for many probiotic bacteria that host in the human’s gut which in turn modulates immunity in a number of ways.

  • Mushrooms

Mushrooms are known for their immune-modulating and anti-tumour properties. Specifically, beta-glucans in mushrooms have been shown to activate leukocytes responsible for the immune-modulating effects.  Particularly, shiitake, maitake, and reishi are specific type of mushrooms from Japan which have grown popularity in the last few years in western countries thanks to their immune enhancing effect.  The latest studies have shown their rule in the activation of macrophages and natural killer (NK) cells, both playing a key role in human’s immunity.

  • Turmeric

Turmeric is a native Southern Asia plant with a big variety of health benefits including  anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties, cognitive function or blood sugar balance. However, this wonderful plant has also showed to have antibacterial, antifungal and antimicrobial properties as well. In fact a variety of studies have shown that turmeric can kill viruses and bacteria and for this reason its use is growing in western countries as a natural antibiotic.

  • Honey

Honey is another great natural antibiotic the use of which dates back from ancient times as a method of accelerating wound healing. The healing property of honey is due to the fact that it offers antibacterial activity and its high viscosity helps to provide a protective barrier to prevent infection.

  • Ginger

Ginger is another plant becoming popular amongst our society thanks to its healing and medicinal properties. Specifically, Gingerol contained in ginger has shown to be a viable remedy for preventing and treating colds, sore throats and inflammation of mucus membranes thanks to the anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effects.

What about drink?

Drink the right amount of liquid is extremely important when we have flu in order to keep the body well hydrated and to get rid of the all toxins released by bacteria.  Moreover, in addition of water, Simone definitely recommends to drink tea with ginger, lemon, honey and turmeric at least three times a day. The combination of these ingredients represents a viable antibiotic to assume either to prevent flu or to fight the infection in case germs and bacteria have started spreading in our body.

To find out more about our Flu tablets or to take advantage of the 20 % saving contact us on 0208 9423148.

For further advice on nutrition you can speak to Simone at the Clinic on 0208 9423148 or 07460 78353.

 

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