Sea moss (a.k.a Irish moss) is not something that you’ll find in the typical American diet.
People have used black seed oil for its therapeutic benefits for thousands of years.
Astragalus, a prominent herb in Chinese medicine, contains anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Studies on astragalus suggest that the root can boost resistance to infection.
This bright-yellow spice common in Indian cuisine has been used for medicinal purposes for ages. Curcumin, one of its main compounds, gives it its color and much of its immune-boosting potential. Research suggests curcumin helps activate white blood cells and downregulate proinflammatory cytokines. It also may help enhance an antibody response and shows microbiome balancing activity.
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There are many different kinds of elderberry plants, but according to Dr. Todorov, the flowers and berries of Sambucus nigra, commonly known as European elder, are the most studied and used in herbal formulas.