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Eight Step Immunity Program

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Here's a super quick crash course on immunity. Immunity is a medical term that describes a state of having sufficient biological defenses to avoid infection, disease, or other unwanted biological invasion.

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Louis Pasteur's Germ theory of disease brought to light the fledgling science of immunology. It began to explain how bacteria caused disease, and how, following infection, the human body gained the ability to resist further infections.

The Eight Steps to Immunity

Healthy Family Practice the Eight Step Immunity Program

  1. Limit your exposure to germs and viruses. Stay in more during flu season. Use hand sanitizer frequently and wash hands whenever possible. Avoid touching your face. Sneeze into your sleeve if a tissue is not handy.
  2. Exercise regularly.
  3. Listen to your body.
  4. Eat better.
  5. Take nutrition supplements.
  6. Do not overuse antibiotics.
  7. Get immunized.
  8. Battle stress.

Echinacea Immune Support

Yogi Echinacea Immune Support Tea - All season formula of three types of echinacea with astragalus supports immune function.

The tea is caffeine free and made with organic mullein. The flavor is light and fragrant from cinnamon and rose hip. All natural. No preservatives or artificial ingredients.

The European elderberry and soothing organic mullein leaf aid respiratory function.

The astragalus root helps boost energy.

Cinnamon and rose hip add a light fragrant essence.

More on Mullein Leaf

Mullein Leaf is a common wildflower that grows almost anywhere. Mullein leaf and flower is an expectorant and demulcent (soothing) herb. Using mullein in a tea for coughs and respiratory irritations is approved in Europe. The actions are from mucus loosening saponins and this can bring relief. Mullein is an immune enhancer, active against respiratory disorders. Mullein is most effective when combined with herbs with similar qualities, such as slippery elm bark and elecampane root.

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