Herbal Antivirals for Cold and Flu Season
Host: Sam Coffman “The Human Path”
In last week’s podcast, Sam Coffman outlined a number of “herbal antibiotics” while explaining the context that herbs work within – which is different from the manner in which pharmaceutical medications work.
This week Sam continues to discuss medicinal plants (Herbal Antivirals) that can help our body resist and heal from viral infections. Sam talks about the manner in which equilibrium (homeostasis) is achieved and maintained in the body, and why that matters when working with herbal medicine.
Finally, Sam discusses some more anti-bacterial herbs and some of the differences between gram positive and gram negative bacteria, and why that matters to the person working with herbal medicine.
Excerpt from last weeks show with link to listen:
Bacterial infections are some of the most difficult of infections to deal with, especially in a remote or post-disaster situation. Aside from the continual evolution of antibiotic resistant bacteria, unless you are a trained medical professional you may not even have access to antibiotics. On the other hand, even if you do have access, you may not have the training to use them properly, know which antibiotics to use for what types of infections, recognize dangerous side effects and allergic reactions or know correct dosages to avoid creating a super-infection. For these reasons alone, it is highly advisable to begin learning about how to deal with bacterial infections using medicinal plants.
Sam Coffman Website: http://thehumanpath.com/
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