Ginger proves its antiviral prowess in research evidence against a number of significant virus infections.
Tagged: common cold
A scientific study done during Denmark’s winter found that rose hips reduced the incidence of the common cold. It also reduced symptoms for those who got a cold, and increased well-being in general.
Scientists have discovered that an extract from the Larch tree – with a long history of traditional use – prevents the common cold and upper respiratory infections.
Research continues to find that echinacea helps prevent and reduce the duration of the common cold. This is supported by multiple studies.
Have we found a cure for the common cold yet? Nope, but a new study shows that a patented pine bark extract comes pretty close.
Research is gradually proving that chemicals are not the answer to the common cold. Not only do they cause adverse side effects, but they simply do not work. What works then? Nature provides clear answers.