Tips To Boost Immunity With A Healthy Blend Of Essential Medicinal Herbs
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Our immune system has a complicated job of protecting our body from harmful elements of the external world. It plays the role of fighting disease-causing germs, bacteria and infections from entering our body. It plays a central role in eradicating pathogens, viruses, parasites, or fungi that cause harm if they manage to make a home in our body. The immune system helps identify and then neutralize these dangerous elements. But few herbs can help us boost our immunity.

  • Turmeric: Turmeric has curcumin which gives it a yellow colour and its anti-inflammatory properties. It also helps boost antioxidants in your body which helps in immunity and mood.
  • Tulsi: It helps reduce fatigue, stress and consequently helps boost immunity. It is also known to help in respiratory health significantly. It is also suitable for skincare as it improves texture.
  • Ashwagandha: Studies show that it helps improve stamina and strength that is useful in recovering from diseases, infections and surgeries. 
  • Pudina: An excellent source of antioxidants, pudina helps keep away viruses and infection-causing bacteria.

Preventika by Zyropathy 

It is a combination of 14 locally sourced herbs, including curcumin. It is beneficial in boosting the overall immune system, which is the need of the hour. Preventika comes with AYUSH approval, GMP, HACCP, and ISO certification. A natural immunity booster is a blend of medicinal herbs, including tulsi leaf, turmeric rhizome, bael leaf, sheesham bark, gudmar leaf, arjuna bark, guduchi stem, soy/dil fruit, ashwagandha root, dalchini bark, pudina leaf, and motherwort leaf. This herbal medicine combines the power of nature, rejuvenates the body’s internal systems, ensures good health, and prevents various ailments. It protects the human body from 19 types of diseases. 

The use of herbs can help you overcome the challenges of compromised health and supplies nutrients for optimal health.

(Inputs By Mr Kamayani Naresh, Founder Zyropathy)