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Ayurveda, ancient Indian system of health care, offers a natural way to maintain a healthy body. Ayurveda considers, the tridoshas (Vata, pitta and Kapha) as the energies of the body. Any imbalance in these doshas result in one or several health problems.

In Ayurveda, there is a theory of immunity, known as beej-bhumi theory, which means seed and land. In this theory, the body is related to the land while the infections are related to the seed. If there is accumulation of the ama in the body and the body is lacking the ojas, then the infection will find the fertile ground in the same way as the fertile land will sprout the seeds. On the other hand, if the digestion is strong and ojas are there, then the seeds of the infection will not affect the body just like infertile land will not sprout the seeds.

When the seasons change, then everyone is more susceptible to respiratory infections. This is because, the body functions differently in hot and cold seasons and digestive fire (Agni) can start to fluctuate irregularly. So, it is necessary to follow a healthy diet and healthy lifestyle otherwise, ama can build up in the body.

Respiratory illness and allergies are common in the fall and early spring. In the early spring, accumulated ama starts to melt, which in turn flooding the micro channels as well as overloading the immune system. The immune system of the body becomes weak as well as becomes the fertile ground for bacteria or allergens.

Diet for boosting the immune system

Cook your food with immune enhancing spices such as cumin, turmeric, fennel, coriander, black pepper and ginger. These spices are good to enhance the immune system and reduce the ama from the body. Always eat warm, light and easily digested foods especially in the winter. Cold drinks and foods should be avoided especially in the winter, because, these foods will enhance the impact of the cold weather on the digestive fire of our body. Heavy sweets should also be avoided as these sweets are sometimes difficult to digest.

Take Vata specifying diet during fall and early winter. Vata specifying foods are grains such as rice, sweet juicy fruits, and easily digestible proteins like paneer. Mugh dal is another good vegetable protein that should be included in your diet during early winter. Asparagus is an excellent food to boost the immune system.

Is there any natural supplement for healthy immune system?

Yes, a number of dietary supplements are available in the markets for healthy immune system. Most of the natural supplements are prepared using chemicals or additives in it. And it is really difficult to choose the best quality natural supplement for healthy immune system out of that. Always prefer the one that contains no chemicals or additives in it and is free from side effects.

Natural Supplement for Healthy Immune System

Immune Booster

  • 100 percent pure and natural.
  • Free from chemicals, additives and preservatives.
  • Free from side effects.
  • 100 percent vegetarian.
  • Made by MD Ayurveda doctors.
  • Helps to maintain healthy immune system.
  • Supports healthy respiratory system.

Immune Booster capsules of Planet Ayurveda are prepared using a wonderful combination of the various useful herbs that are mentioned in an Ayurvedic texts and are frequently used for various other health benefits too. The herbs used in the preparation of this product include Grape seeds (Vitis vinifera), Cow colostrum (Bovine colostrums), Bhumi amla (Phyllanthus niruri) and Amalaki (Emblica officinalis). All these herbs are used in their natural forms. This product is a great way to supplement the healthy diet in order to stay healthy.

Pack size - Each bottle of Immune Booster contains 60 capsules in it.

Dosage - 1-2 capsules, once or twice, a day.

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