There's no magic pill that will eradicate the sniffles and sneezes this flu season, but there is an herb that may help your body fight off viruses and recover more quickly. This particular flower has been used for centuries to boost the immune system and naturally fend off viruses and bacteria.
Cloves are an ancient remedy that caught on early - very early. The earliest recorded evidence of cloves being used for medicinal purposes goes back to 1721 BC in biblical Syria. Those primitive healers did not need modern science to recognize one of nature's most potent herbs; cloves naturally exhibit anti-microbial, anti-parasitic, antiseptic, and anti-inflammatory properties. This combination of attributes make it a powerful and diverse curative.
For centuries, the Aloe vera plant has been known for its medicinal properties. Two thousand years ago, Greek scientists recorded the uses and benefits of the Aloe vera plant, which they regarded as the best curative plant at that time. The Egyptians call it the 'Plant of Immortality.'
Aloe has hundreds of uses including the ability to ease [...]