8 Edible Plants That Support Immune Health. Add These to Your Diet Now.
So, there are 8 edible plants that support immune health. We included each of them in our new supplement Under The Weather.
To learn more about each ingredient, keep reading…
8 Immune-Health Supporting Edible Plants
The Amazing Amla Berry
The amla berry has a potent concentration of vitamin C and an impressive antioxidant profile. It’s sometimes called the Indian Gooseberry because it is sacred in Buddhist and Hindu cultures in India.
It can support the brain, liver, immune system, and heart+ which is why we knew we had to include it in our new Immune Support supplement “Under The Weather.”
(Good news, too. You can find Amla berry in our new Under The Weather supplement and save up to 25%!)
Elderberry has gained in popularity recently, and for a good reason. This little berry is recognizable for its dark purple color. It’s found in the warmer areas of North America, Europe, Asia and Northern Africa with a long history of use throughout the world. The elderberry’s unique flavonoid and antioxidant activity, and mineral profiles give it a long-standing reputation as an immune health supporter. +
This herb is from the legume family native to China and Mongolia that has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for hundreds of years. It contains Astragalosides (antioxidant activity), which support respiratory health. + In addition, its polysaccharides are known for their immune supporting properties. +
Many of us love to flavor our favorite dishes with ginger root. It’s a rhizome of a flowering plant native to Southeast Asia widely cultivated around the world for centuries to use in tonics and elixirs. Ginger is renowned around the world for its distinct aromatic, flavoring, and beneficial properties. Ginger contains potent beneficial compounds called gingerols, and provides gastrointestinal support. +
Echinacea is a flowering plant native to North America used by indigenous people in various teas and topicals. Its roots have alkylamides, which support healthy immune responses and respiratory tract health. +
Garlic is popular in many of our favorite Mediterranean dishes. It’s a perennial plant of the amaryllis family native to Central Asia and northeast Iran and one of the world’s oldest cultivated crops. It has certain sulfur compounds that can support immune and heart health. +
Though most known for its flavor of candy, licorice root is a perennial legume native to the Middle East and parts of Asia and India used for centuries by herbalists and in traditional medicine. It contains many bioactive compounds that may help soothe the throat and stomach, as well as support immune health. +
Oregano has a recognizable smell that fills Italian kitchens. It’s a popular herb native to Mediterranean areas and Southeast Europe and used by ancient Greeks for its beneficial properties. Its two most powerful components, rosmarinic acid and thymol, support a positive response to oxidative stress and can support immune health. +
Get All 8 Of These Edible Plants In Truvani’s New Immune Support Supplement
These edible plants are remarkable, but the truth is: it’s hard to fit each of them into your daily routine.
And that’s why we created a new supplement called Under The Weather.
The best part?
This line of supplements includes Immuno-C Organic Vitamin C Tablets, Bottled Sunshine Organic Vitamin D Tablets, and Under The Weather Organic Botanical Blend. Plus get a copy of Truvani’s Immune Support Recipes Guide with your order.
Learn more about the tremendous benefits of our immune-supporting supplements and save up to 25% on any of these products by clicking here.