Adding herbs and spices to every meal is a powerful “secret weapon” to increase the disease-fighting power of your meals and affordable enough that everyone can take advantage of, regardless of your budget.
This applies year-round, but as cold and flu season nears, you may want to consider spicing things up more than you might normally.
There is no shortage of research showing that garlic is in particular has long been hailed for its healing powers, especially against infectious viruses like colds and flu.
This is likely due to its immune boosting effects. Fresh garlic is also a potent antibacterial, antiviral and anti-fungal agent. But its therapeutic effects may go much further than that.