General Immune Boosting and Anti-viral/bacterial Protocol

 Vitamin C with Quercetin: 1000mg 2 caps 2-3x daily to help with mucous membranes, inflammation, etc

 NAC 500mg daily for prevention 1-3x daily for congestion and inflammation (natural mucolytic)

Elderberry Syrup -1tsp up to 6x daily for sore throat, anti-viral, immune support.

Vitamin D3 -20,000IU adults, 10,000IU for kids for 10 days Or prevention 4-6,000IU daily

Zinc 10-15mg daily

 Cold and Flu Formula

Ingredients:

Sambuccus spp., Usnea spp., Sarracenia purpura, Tanacetum parthenium, Rosa spp, Ligusticum porteri, Echinacea angustifolia, Andrographis paniculata, Physalis peruviana, Inula helenium, Uncaria tomentosa

1-2 droppers full 3x daily for 10-14 days

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 ELDERBERRY:

Elderberry contains several healthful immune boosting properties, including antioxidants, tannins, vitamins A, B, and C, and flavonoids, just to name a few.

Vitamin A – 50,000IU for adults 25,000IU for kids for 3-4 days

Is crucial for maintaining vision, promoting growth and development, and protecting epithelium and mucus integrity in the body. VitA is known as an anti-inflammation vitamin because of its critical role in enhancing immune function.

 Vitamin D 20,000IU adults, 10,000IU for kids for 10 days

Tied to Lower Risk of Colds, Infections. — There’s preliminary evidence that adequate amounts of vitamin D might help lower rates of respiratory infections. These infections include colds, bronchitis and pneumonia.

It modulates the innate and adaptive immune responses. Deficiency in vitamin D is associated with increased autoimmunity as well as an increased susceptibility to infection

 Zinc is a trace element that the cells of our immune system rely on to function. Not getting enough zinc (Harvard Medical School researchers recommend 15-25 mg of zinc per day) can affect the functioning of our T-cells and other immune cells. But it’s also important not to get too much: an excess of the supplement may actually interfere with the immune system’s functioning and have the opposite of the intended result.So instead of chugging fizzy drinks loaded with vitamin C, stick to getting the nutrient from food. Strawberries and many other fruits and veggies are a great source. And if you aren’t getting enough zinc in your diet, try a zinc supplement. Chickpeas, kidney beans, mushrooms, crab, and chicken are all rich in zinc, and zinc-rich lozenges may also help boost your intake.