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🎶 HERBCAST - Season 3 🎶 Herbs for Colds and Fevers: The Diaphoretics with Dr. Amparo Aracil⁠
In this episode, we explore how diaphoretic herbs can boost immunity and help manage seasonal infections. Discover how these herbs regulate body temperature, improve circulation, and support the body's immune response.⁠
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💜 Andrographis (Andrographis paniculata) is known as chuan xin lian in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). It was traditionally characterised as a bitter remedy and used in modern Chinese medicine to eliminate toxins (‘heat’). Examples in which Andrographis showed most benefit include raw sore throats, influenza, bronchitis, lung infections and fever. ⁠
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💜 Andrographis (Andrographis paniculata) has a strong reputation as a bitter digestive tonic, used especially during convalescence, after infectious illness and also in parasitic infestation. It is a potent herb that can be applied during and after viral infection.⁠
It is also becoming more recognised for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties and is a subject of much interest among the scientific community, particularly in the branch of pharmacology that is concerned with the search for ‘new drugs’. Therefore much of the available research on Andrographis focuses on isolated compounds extracted from the plant, mainly its diterpenes and flavonoids. ⁠
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