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The orange-yellow petals of the calendula flower have been used for medicinal purposes for over 1,000 years. Today, the fresh or dried petals are available in tincture, liquid extract and infusion form, for internal use, as well as in ointment and cream form for topical purposes.

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Herbs for Cold and Flu- antiseptic throat sprays, vapor rubs, herbal steams, gargles etc.

Garlic: known as Russian penicillin during World War II, garlic is antibacterial, antimicrobial, and loaded with cholesterol lowering, cancer preventing compounds. Beneficial compounds are best accessed when garlic is chopped and eaten raw...one bite of raw garlic and it will become crystal clear to you that food IS medicine. Tip: the good stuff that you want from garlic forms when the garlic is exposed to air so chop or crush it and let it sit for a few minutes before consumption.

This herb works wonderfully for colds and flu. Drinking a tea made from echinacea can greatly reduce the severity and duration of these two illnesses. It’s also widely used for treating upper respiratory tract infections and sore throat. It’s also an effective anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibiotic and detoxifier.

Simple to make, herbal liniments offer instant relief for pain, inflamed muscles, bruises, and sprains. Liniments can be used to disinfect cuts and wounds, and may benefit a variety of conditions including sore and inflamed muscles, joints, circulation problems, arthritis, rheumatism, sprains, strains, and bruises. They may also be formulated to warm or cool the surface area.