Prevent Travel Illness During Natural Therapies

Prevent Travel Illness Using Natural Therapies

When traveling, particularly to overseas destinations, there are many potential bugs that can put a halt to your holiday plans. With more and more people heading to destinations such as Bali, and with the
recent increase in cases of Dengue Fever as well as the usual Bali belly, it is important to make sure you don’t spend your holiday in bed.

Natural therapies can be fantastic in preventing some of the more common complaints such as traveller's diarrhea and viral infections. Detrimental bacteria and pathogens can cause havoc with the gut and often
lead to long term problems, well after the bug has left the body. Herbs such as wormwood, black walnut, pau d’arco and garlic are powerful antimicrobials which help to kill foreign pathogens within the gut, often easing symptoms quickly and effectively.

Heat stable probiotics, or good bacterias, and products such as
saccharomyces boulardii help to displace bacteria and yeast from the gut, allowing them to exit the system quickly.

To prevent viral infections such as Dengue Fever or even just the common cold, Echinacea is wonderful. It helps to stimulate the immune system, making it more able to resist and deal with viral exposure.

Whether you are traveling now or are suffering the after effects of a holiday bug, visit our Naturopaths to
find out what you can do to protect or repair your system from detrimental bugs.

Written by Sarah Durack
Published 07/08/2010

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