It is that time of the year again when cold remedies are flying off of the shelves and everyone is clamoring for their flu shots.
- Are you feeling achy and sore?
- Looking for a way to supplement your chiropractic care to ensure you stay in the best shape you can so you don’t miss out on work, school, or the gym?
Esberitox is a unique combination of herbal remedies that have all been suggested in scientific studies to possess immune boosting and anti-inflammatory properties.
Highlights of Esberitox
• May help to boost your immune system
• May promote anti-bacterial properties
• May shorten the duration of the common cold
• May act as an anti-inflammatory
• No sugar
• No lactose
Key Ingredients in Esberitox
Thuja is an evergreen tree that is native to parts of Europe and North America. Only the leaves are used in the most popular thuja products, specifically the oil from the leaves.
Wild indigo is quite popular in the United States, found primarily along the east coast. It is known for its leaves due to their bluish tint.
More commonly known as echinacea, coneflower is found in the Midwest of North America. Echinacea is one of the most popular herbal remedies as it contains a variety of compounds that have been considered essential in therapeutic medicine.
Benefits of Esberitox
The combination of thuja, wild indigo, and echinacea has been suggested in several studies to trigger a positive immune response. Echinacea in particular contains flavonoids, polysaccharides, and several other immune boosting compounds.
In a study published in Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, thuja was determined to shorten the duration of acute respiratory tract infections.
The implications for this combination of ingredients include being able to help you feel better faster and better your chances of avoiding certain illnesses that are easily spread such as the common cold.
Speaking of the common cold, thuja and echinacea have both been taken as a common cold remedy for many years. While studies are still split down the middle, there are some experts that believe this particular combination of herbal remedies may help to shorten the duration of your cold and may help to prevent it altogether.
Interestingly, the combination of ingredients in Esberitox have been shown to possess anti-inflammatory benefits. In a study published in the Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, echinacea was shown to lower inflammation rates in mice. This has very important implications if you are currently visiting a chiropractor for muscle soreness and inflammatory-based pain.
What to Look for When Buying Thuja, Indigo, and Coneflower
When ingesting thuja, wild indigo, or coneflower (echinacea), be sure that you are buying a high-quality form that is bioavailable, meaning easy to digest and assimilate.
These brands should be GMP Certified as these companies test for purity and content within the product, ensuring that you get what you pay for. Look for the GMP-certified stick on the product label.
How Esberitox Can Help Your Treatment
As anti-inflammatory agents, the ingredients in Esberitox may be able to alleviate soreness and pain associated with inflammation. Esberitox has been suggested to be able to possess anti-bacterial and immune boosting properties. When taken consistently, you may be providing an extra layer of protection for everyday health and wellness.
1. Linde K, Barrett B, Wölkart K, Bauer R, Melchart D. Echinacea for preventing and treating the common cold. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2006 Jan 25;(1):CD000530.
2. Yu D, Yuan Y, Jiang L, Tai Y, Yang X, Hu F, Xie Z. Anti-inflammatory effects of essential oil in Echinacea purpurea L. Pak J Pharm Sci. 2013 Mar;26(2):403-8.