The immune system acts as a protective shield for the human body. Only when it is “fit” can it protect us from diseases and other threats. The immune system lives true to its name: it is a network of organs, molecules, and cell types rather than a single organ. The immune system deteriorates from time to time, and we become ill and tired. Stress or (as is currently the case) the cooler temperature can cause these weak episodes; bad eating and insufficient exercise are also not useful. We've come up with a list of useful immune boosters to keep your immune system in tip-top shape.
9 organic fruits and herbs that enhance your immune system
The flu season may have passed, but the last year has shown us all that the importance of our immune systems should not be overlooked, no matter how lovely the weather outside may be. Viruses, allergies, work stress, tax season, examinations, or the end of the school year at your child's school — all of these things take a toll on our health on a regular basis!Sticking to healthy routines all year is essential for maintaining your immune system, even if you don't feel like you need it right now.
It is always preferable to prevent than to cure!
Taking a holistic approach to boosting your immune system organically and safely is the best hack. Lower immunity expresses itself as a wide range of physical and mental symptoms, therefore part of the rebuilding process should include investing in both our inner and outer beauty. A balanced diet, adequate sleep, regular exercise, and excellent mental health (cortisol, a stress hormone that can interfere with the immune system) are all essential and intertwined.
Our immune system doesn't take a break, so a healthy dose of vitamins and minerals will help it protect us the best it can.
It's important to note that boosting our immune system function with fruits and herbs is only effective if it's part of a bigger strategy. Although there is no “magic potion” that can replace holistic care, combining certain combinations of herbs, roots, and spices that have been used in traditional medicine (such as Ayurveda or Traditional Chinese Medicine) for centuries with other healthy routines will undoubtedly help you strengthen your immune system.
Is it possible to enhance and raise your immune system with a drink?
Here comes JAMU IMMUN – The Immune Booster into play.
At JAMU Organic Spices, we are committed to making traditional medicine more accessible to the general public. JAMU's IMMUN Concentrate, which was designed and carefully tested in collaboration with pharmacies, mixes a strong blend of herbs, roots, and spices with the finest quality organic components available on the market. It is available in a concentrated, rich form that is designed to meet the needs of your entire family in a cost-effective and practical manner.
Ginger, curcuma, lemon, acerola, and echinacea, among the 11 organic ingredients in JAMU's IMMUN concentrate, have been known for ages for their remarkable immunity-boosting effects.
Why a immune booster drink?
Keeping one's health in check necessitates staying hydrated. Restocking your fridge with non-caffeinated, low-sugar organic beverages is an excellent way to maintain our immune systems robust and aid in the elimination of pollutants.
Superfruits are great for your immune system!
Vitamin-rich citrus fruits (lemons, limes, and oranges), acerola, and grapes all have anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antibacterial qualities. Their high Vitamin C concentration boosts our immune system. Acerola, in fact, has the highest vitamin C concentration of any fruit, 20 times that of a lemon and 65 times that of an orange!
Herbs, roots, and spices that will help you enhance your immunity
Piperine, found in black pepper, helps with the adsorption of Curcumin in the body.
Turmeric and ginger are two of the most studied and widely utilized plants in natural medicine. They've both been used for millennia to boost immune function.
The capacity to improve the absorption of curcumin – the most active element in curcuma – is a key feature of JAMU's IMMUN concentrate.
Also the Echinacea flower is also an ingredient in JAMU Immun.
The real key is to save time and money while maintaining high quality.
Of course, knowing everything there is to know about what is best for us does not make it time or financially feasible for everyone. Preparing healthy drinks on a daily basis does not always fit into our hectic schedules, and searching for all of the organic ingredients individually is both time-consuming and expensive. With this in mind, we combined the immune-boosting advantages of 11 potent, 100 percent organic fruits and herbs with the easiest-to-prepare and store form and the greatest pricing on the market in JAMU's IMMUN Concentrate!
Or do you want to start with making you own Immune Booster? Here are two Immune Booster Recipes for you to try!
Immune Booster Recipe
The first recipe is an ginger shot, the second recipe is a turmeric shot:
Ginger Shot Recipe
The pungent tuber, formally known as a rhizome, is a special ingredient. Ginger has beneficial essential oils, is high in vitamin C, and contains minerals like magnesium, potassium, salt, and phosphorus. But the flavor of Ginger takes some getting accustomed to.
- ginger, 100 g
- lemons, 2 to 3
- 2 tblsp. maple syrup or honey
- Ginger should be peeled and chopped into small bits.
- Squeeze the lemon and pour the juice into a tall glass with the ginger cubes.
- To taste, add honey or syrup and combine with a hand blender until smooth.
- The drink will last for a week in a sealed glass bottle.
Curcuma Shot Recipe
Every day, we come with the Indian medicinal herb turmeric, which is disguised in the spice blend curry.
- 50 g turmeric powder (organic)
- a single lemon
- oranges (two)
- a pinch of black pepper
- Turmeric should be grated finely. Lemons and oranges should be squeezed. Put everything, including the pepper and coconut oil, in a glass bottle.
- Allow 6 hours for the liquid to infuse. The liquid should then be filtered through a sieve to remove the turmeric particles.
- It will keep in the refrigerator for up to 5 days without going bad.
If you don't have fresh turmeric, 1 tsp organic turmeric powder would suffice.
By adding pepper you support the bioavailability of curcumin. This way your body can better absorb the curcumin from turmeric.
Or maybe Golden Milk is something for you?