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We are in the height of the cold and flu season right now. Everywhere you look, you see flu shots, antibacterial soaps, and sanitizers being marketed to everyone who visits a grocery store or drug store.
Well, I’m here to tell you that you don’t need a flu shot to protect yourself from the flu.
Nor do you need to buy those gross, toxin-laden antibacterial soaps and sanitizers.
Stay far, FAR away.
What you DO need to do is boost your immune system and keep some simple home remedies on hand.
That is where my friend Carol’s new ebook, “Cold + Flu Season? Are YOU Ready?” comes in handy. Carol is a traditional herbalist and the author of the Studio Botanica website. She’s sharing everything you need to know about keeping yourself, and your family, well during cold and flu season (and beyond).
Cold + Flu Season? Are YOU Ready?
The principles in this book extend far beyond just the normal cold and flu season. While the fall and winter months tend to be when people are most concerned with getting sick, truth is, you can get sick with a cold or come down with the flu year round.
Knowing how to build your immune system and create wellness in your body is the best way to ensure that you don’t come down with anything nasty. That said, even the strongest immune systems can get bombarded from time to time, so no one is going to stay well 100% of the time.
In Carol’s book, she will provide you with information that will help you:
- learn how to boost your immune system naturally
- make some simple home remedies to have on hand year round
- learn how to handle specific cold + flu symptoms with ‘non-chemical’ ingredients
We have turned into a world that feels dependent on our doctors and Big Pharma to tell us how to stay well. But, as many of us are finding out, our doctors don’t always know what promotes health and wellness AND the pharmaceutical companies could care less about us — all they want are the profits.
As a matter of fact, did you know that over $40 billion are spent in North America EVERY year ~ on cold + flu medications?
Not only is that a lot of money, but the flu shot alone contains a wide range of toxic ingredients that cause far more harm than good.
Save your money and take charge of your health at home.
Carol’s book is a great place to start. In the book, you will learn about:
- Herbs for prevention (like calendula, echinacea, elder, turmeric, and more), plus helpful recipes for your own herbal concoctions.
- Chronic versus acute illness dosing.
- Common symptoms and easy recipes.
- Handy symptoms chart to help you discern the difference between a cold and the flu.
Did I mention recipes? The recipes were my favorite part of the book, because while I feel like my herbal knowledge has improved a lot over the last couple years, I never really know what things I should make and keep on hand. I enjoyed that Carol outlined everything in such detail and provided so many simple recipes that anyone can make.
After reading through this book, I would recommend it to anyone who is looking to keep their family well without resorting to chemicals and drugs. The book is written in a manner that makes the information easy to understand, no matter your experience with natural remedies. The recipes are simple and easy to make. You don’t have to be a trained herbalist to create your own safe remedies at home.
If you want to purchase a copy of this book, the price is a steal! Only $7.95, which is cheaper than a bottle of Nyquil!
Learn more about “Cold + Flu Season ~ Are YOU Ready?” here.
Thank you, Carol, for writing such a great resource for us to all boost our immune systems and stay well year round!
I would like to get this book but I would prefer a paperback copy vs an ebook. Do you know is that available. I looked on Amazon and they do not have it. Thank you for your time Jessica!
Hi Laura – I don’t think she has a print version, but the book is formatted as a PDF that you could print off and staple or even take to a place like Office Max and have them bind it for you. Hope that helps! 🙂