Posted by The Survival Center on October 08, 2015
Fall has arrived.
Here in the Pacific Northwest, we can definitely feel a difference in the weather, cooler temperatures, morning fog and the leaves on the trees are starting to turn color.
Pumpkins, winter squash and grapes are ripening to perfection.
Fall, at least in our area, also means less sunlight and more clouds, which means less vitamin D production in the skin, that can affect your immune system strength.
A few minutes of sunshine on the skin a day would be a good thing, but if there isn't any, a vitamin D supplement may be a great option.
Here are some of the things we do to boost our immune system:
Going for a walk in nature
Eating home grown food, raised with love and organic fertilizers.
Herbal Tinctures, that have immune supporting properties, plus antiviral and antibacterial and antifungal properties:
Tinctures are in an alcohol base, so if you want to give it to children, you can add it to hot water and let the alcohol steam off, however, since you only need a few drops for children, the alcohol amount is not significant.
Super Silver is a patented colloidal silver, which does not accumulate in the body and can be taken also by children and animals (except fish)
It has antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties and is available in different strengths
A great addition to any medical kit or first aid kit would be the Super Silver Gel 200 ppm, as a topical application instead of antibiotic ointment.
Bacteria can get resistant to antibiotics, but do not show resistance to Silver.
Survivadine a liquid iodine supplement.Many people are iodine deficient, because most foods do not contain much of it and with "Fukushima" contaminating the Pacific Ocean with Radiological elements, eating seafood
from there is becoming more and more questionable and potentially dangerous to our health.
Please click the link above for more detailed information.
Take Care of yourself , stay healthy!
See you next time