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9 Herbs That Fight Colds, Ease Headaches, And More

8. Sage

If you’re suffering from a horridly sore throat, just fix yourself a nice sage broth, which would require no more than a quarter cup of sage leaves, and use it to gargle until the pain and soreness is completely gone.

The meaning of this herb is being in good health, and adding it to your daily meals and diet will truly work wonders at enhancing your health and vitality.

If you’re planning to grown sage, give it lots of sunlight, and sandy soil that is dry.

Sage Pain Relief
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9. Thyme

Thyme is a very powerful natural antiseptic and a nutrient-rich antioxidant that has remained a famously popular traditional cure for healing flu and colds. You can treat any kind of cold, no matter how severe it is, with a nice hot cup of lemon thyme tea.

Consume it right before bed and go straight to sleep for effective results. However, pregnant women should steer far, far away from this herb.

Where does thyme originate from
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You can easily grow thyme in your garden, just be sure to plant it right under the sun, with a light soil that is dry and rich in gravel.

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  1. Wow!, they are such a wonderful herbs i didn’t know about their amazing healing power. I better try them.#synthetic medicines give me a break!

  2. Thanks, I’m going to try in past 18 months had 4 bouts of walking pneumonia & currently have bronchial pneumonia. I prefer natural to pharmacitial stuff, that only treats symptoms. They don’t cure. Plus before taking antibiotics I’ll try these.
    Thanks

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