You can relieve your cold also with herbs.
COMON COLD SET COMPOSITION:
- Tincture “common cold” (ingredients: purple coneflower, white willow and common thyme), 100 ml – 1 vial,
- organic tea “common cold” 30 g – 1 bag
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE OF THE COMMON COLD SET:
- Herbal tea “common cold” is a tasty tea blend of herbs, which already our grandmothers used at flu and colds accompanied by chest pain, cough, increased phlegm and high fever.
- Tea “common cold” consists of hyssop, silver birch leafs, meadowsweet, narrow leaf plantain, elder blossoms, lime blossoms (from certified organic production). We prepare it as infusion: on a teaspoon of herbs we pour a cup of boiling water and leave stand for 10 minutes.
- We can drink up to 1 liter of this tea a day – we drink slowly throughout the day.
- Tea is suitable for both, children and the elderly. Pregnant women can drink it in small quantities, for example: one cup a day at days of cold.
- Learn more about tea “common cold” and its ingredients at this link (click here).
- Tincture “common cold” is taken if needed, or 30 drops 3 times a day for 3 weeks, after at least a week break cycles can be repeated if needed. When recovered the treatment may be quit earlier. On major cold attacks we can take 30 drops every 2 hours; however, this should take only a day or mostly two. We take tincture always with water – either by instillation into a glass of water or we instill it in a spoon and wash down with a glass of water. We take tincture between meals.
- We use it when colds already occur; it is not suitable for preventive use.
- Not suitable for pregnant women.
- Tincture is also suitable for children, only that the quantity should be based on their body weight – if a 75kg heavy adult takes 30 drops, and then a 15kg heavy child takes 6 drops. Tincture can be given even in hot tea, so a large part of the alcohol evaporates.
- Dietary supplements are not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet.
- The recommended daily amount or the dose should not be exceeded.
- Keep out of the reach of children.
- Learn more about tincture “common cold” and its ingredients at this link (click here).