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Looking for a natural way to boost your immune system? Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) can help to boost your immunity by targeting improvements in your spleen, stomach and kidney. In the TCM perspective, these three organs are the basis for good health hence enhancing their functions is vital to having a stronger immunity. 

Spleen and stomach both affect the rate of the absorption of nutrients in the body while the kidney’s key role is maintaining the yin and yang balance in the body. The balance of yin and yang is essential for a healthy body and a strong immune system. 

Using TCM herbs, it can improve the functions of spleen, stomach and kidney, enhancing the immune system as a whole. If you fall sick often due to common colds and flu, you might want to consider ways to give your immunity a boost to fight off any bacteria and germs.  

These are five Traditional Chinese Medicine (tcm) herbs that can help in strengthening your immune system

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These are five Traditional Chinese Medicine (tcm) herbs that helps to strengthen your immunity system: 


1. Cordyceps

traditionally used to treat coughs, kidney disorders, regulate heartbeat, liver disorders, dizziness, high cholesterol. It can be used to support the respiratory system by strengthening the lungs, help to protect against free-radical damage and maintain overall health. Try AL全连 Essential of Cordyceps today!

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Regular consumption can improve body constitution, reduce fatigue, improve stamina, immune system and overall well-being.

Suitable for those with persistent cough and wheezing with excessive phlegm, or soreness in loin and knee, or individuals with yin and qi deficiency in lung.

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2. Garlic

A nother herb that is effective to help you fight off cold, reducing your blood pressure as well as improving cholesterol levels. With its anti-inflammatory and antibiotic properties, it can inhibit the growth or spread of harmful microorganisms. It is a popular ingredient that most of us in Singapore love using when we are cooking, so feel free to add more into your dish the next time.

The only side effect you need to note: the pungent smell in your breath after consuming garlic!


3. Ginseng

One of the many TCM herbs that can improve your immune system. It acts as an energy booster, fighting fatigue and promoting energy. It can also improve brain function and it is proven to be good for fighting inflammation in the body.

All Link Cordyceps & American Ginseng Capsules consists of high quality Cordyceps sinensis mycelia and American ginseng that are used intensively in TCM for invigorating vital energy and relieving mental stress. Give it a try today!

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Regular consumption of this product may help strengthen the body, boost endurance and stamina, relieve fatigue, improve concentration and support a healthy immune system.

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4. Lingzhi

Also known as the Reishi mushroom, Lingzhi is well-known for stopping the growth of bacteria and viruses that can be found in the flu. Eating Lingzhi can enhance the immune system, supporting your body as it fights off common cold and flu.

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The active ingredient of the spores helps to support immune system, improve the body’s healing ability, reduce fatigue, protect the liver and improve sleep quality. Compared to uncracked Lingzhi spore, this powder is easily absorbed by the human body. 

It is recommended for people of all ages, particularly those who are recovering from illness or after operation and general weakness.

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5. Ginger

One of the most common and popular herbs, ginger is used to treat common flu, sore throat, constipation and fatigue. It also has powerful antiviral and antibacterial properties which may help to enhance the immune system. 

These herbs can be cooked and eaten using different recipes – soup, porridge, dishes and even tea. However, do consult a licensed Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) physician especially if you are intending to feed your children with TCM herbs as everyone’s body constitution is different.

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These herbs can cooked and eaten using different recipes – soup, porridge, dishes. However, do consult a licensed Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) physician especially if you are intending to feed your children with TCM herbs as everyone’s body constitution is different.