Garlic What doesn’t garlic do? Garlic is believed to be an anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-viral, and anti-fungal, qualities that make it a popular immune-booster.
Gingerfamous for both culinary use and healing uses. Ginger is believed to help ward off cold, flu, and infections plus soothe sore throats. It has been studied for anti-inflammatory properties and anti-nausea properties/
Chilli How much heat can you handle?. Chillis help with digestion and metabolic rate. They are a great support for the immune system and act as a natural decongestant. Red & Orange varieties have high levels of vitamins A & C but any variety of these spicy fingers wake up the body. You can feel them right down to your toes.
Onions are believed to be a great expectorant. They possess a variety of anti-oxidants and are believed to have high levels of quercetin which has been shown to help reduce the risk of upper respiratory infections.
Horseradish If you’ve ever cut into fresh horseradish root, you know the purging effect it has on your sinuses and nasal cavity! Horseradish is incredible for stimulating the immune system. It has a warming effect once you have solidered through the preparation of this eye-watering root.