Stop A Cold Or A Flu In Its Track With This Juice

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A strong immune system is the best defense against cold and flu. Build up your immune system with plenty fresh fruits and vegetables that are rich in vitamin C if you are prone to catching a cold or flu.

However, if you do get infected, the best way to stop a cold or a flu is to nip it in the bud when you feel it coming on. Once the virus establish a firm foothold, it will take a much longer time and suffering before you can be rid of it completely.

This is an excellent juice combo that is helpful to boost your immune system as a natural “antibiotic”. People rarely think of using radish in juicing, but it is very beneficial for boosting immune system, is anti-inflammatory and helpful for strengthening the respiratory system.

This juice recipe has all the right ingredients that super boost your immunity to stop a cold or a flu in its track.

Related Article: Prevent Common Cold and Flu Naturally


Stop A Cold Juice Remedy

stop a cold juice remedy

Juice Recipe:

Next time you feel a cold coming on, drink this juice (at room temperature) throughout the day and you’ll find the cold would not even have a chance to establish a foothold nor spread.

Happy juicing! 🙂


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Sara Ding is the founder of She is a certified Wellness Health Coach, Nutritional Consultant and a Detox Specialist. She helps busy men and women identify their health issues at the root cause, in order to eliminate the problems for optimum physical/mental health and wellbeing.

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  1. I easily get the cold and flu all the time. must really try this recipe. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Awesome, thank you so much for this useful recipe. I will save it to use in case I get a flu.

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