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.
Tagged: common cold
Most of us assume a steam or humidifier will speed up healing of the common cold. But is it true? Or is this just a myth?
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.
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.
Numerous studies have found that probiotic supplementation does more than just help digestion and intestinal issues. Recent research proves that probiotic supplementation reduces incidence and duration of the common cold among schoolchildren.
Researchers from the UK’s Cardiff University have determined in a large scale clinical study that Echinacea can indeed prevent and reduce duration of the common cold. This research follows an increasing chorus of conventional doctors that have put forth that there is no...
Research from Switzerland has determined that a common probiotic strain found in many probiotic foods and supplements has the ability to significantly boost immunity and decrease allergy symptoms during allergy season.