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Immune Support

Happy Tuesday! ? Dr Kelly here. Back to School Immune Support.
The start of school means new germs at school, but also new germs coming home with your child.
What are some easy and healthy ways to protect yourself?

1) This may seem very basic…. Wash your hands.
It does not need to be with antibacterial soap. It is the physical motion of washing your hands and rinsing them under water.
When you come into the house, go wash your hands.
As Hippocrates said, let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.
2) A breakfast smoothie is a wonderful way to get your nutrients in during the hustle of the morning.
3)Oils Essential oils add support to your body. I use a roller ball of our own immune support blend. I put it on at night and in the morning.

essential oils

OnGuard – Supports healthy immune function when used internally.*
Supports the body’s natural antioxidant defenses when ingested.*
Serves as a powerful surface cleaner.
Provides an energizing and uplifting aroma.

Arborvitae -May help promote clear, healthy looking skin when applied topically
Powerful cleansing agent
Warm, earthy aroma

Frankincense –May support healthy cellular function when used internally.*
Provides a comforting, uplifting aroma.
Helps maintain healthy skin when applied topically.

Lemon -Cleanses and purifies the air and household surfaces.
Naturally cleanses the body and aids in digestion when taken internally.*
Provides an uplifting, positive aroma.

Melaleuca -Contains well-known cleansing and rejuvenating effects on the skin
Provides a fresh aroma
Soothes irritated skin

Oregano –Contains powerful cleansing and purifying properties
Supports healthy immune, digestive, and respiratory functions when used internally†
Offers powerful antioxidants when ingested†

You can put it on your child’s feet at night before you go to bed and in the morning before they put their socks on.

4) Vitamins:
Elderberry is better for maintenance support.
Vitamin C comes in many forms. There are chewable and gummy forms that are easier for kids. Vitamin C can be harder on the digestive system. A liposomal allows you to get vitamin C and make it easier to absorb.

pure vitamin c gummies
purevitamin c capsules
vitamin c
vitamin c capsules

Vitamin D supports your immune system.

5) Supplements:
If you do have a cold, you can beef up on supplements for a SHORT period of time.
Echinacea is an herb that supports your immune system.

Vitamin C. You can take vitamin C every hour until you start to get loose stools. I recommend every 2 -4 hours up to 1,000mg for adults & 500mg for kids 8+.

IMMUNE Make and Take – Thursday the 17th at 11:30am.

Text IMMUNE to sign up for our immune make intake.

Yours in Healthy Naturally,
Dr. Kelly

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