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Immune Support Tips for a Cozy Cold & Flu Season

Immune Support Tips for a Cozy Cold & Flu Season

Jan 20th 2015

Cold Season Slowing Down Your New Year?

There's more than just the "New Year New You" spirit going around this time of year. Coughing, sneezing, aching, and just feeling altogether lousy are signs you may have been hit with the flu or common cold, and no one wants to be held back during such a majorly transitional time. Take control of 2015 head on with some of KM Herbals' favorite cold care tips and give your immune system the extra support that it needs:

Be sure to treat yourself to plenty of warming, nutritious foods and liquids (garlic and ginger are great for immune system support and are wonderful additions to soups and sauces), allow yourself a little extra honey in your tea (it's antibacterial and soothing to the throat), and never forget how important it is to get plenty of rest!

Also in our first aid kit are our KM Herbals Cold Thyme products, some favorite go-to formulas when we're feeling under the weather. First, try the Cold Thyme Sinus Oil, a stimulating herbal oil blend infused with Rosemary Verbenone and Thyme essential oils. Our Cold Thyme Chest Balm, made with Peppermint and Lungwort, will also help soothe your symptoms by supporting the respiratory system and calming your cough.

Garlic, or Allium sativum, has been used all over the world for generations as both food and medicine.

Valentine's Day Is Just Weeks Away!

Another great way to support your immune system is by simply staying cozy, warm, and in good spirits, and what better way to do that than with your loved ones! Valentine's Day is coming up next month, so this is a good time to consider the many ways to show those close to you that you care.

KM Herbals offers fabulous options for Valentine's Day gifts, namely our nourishing Massage Oils (try Warming Ginger or Orange Flower) and soothing Bath Salts (our Sage and Grand Forest blends are wonderful for detoxing during this time of year!).

Here's to a happy and healthy winter season for you and all who keep you warm!