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Due to the fast lifestyle and daily stress to which we are exposed, the immune system first suffers and becomes an easy target for a large number of viruses and bacteria that are waiting for every opportunity to spread and multiply. It is known that viruses and bacteria are transmitted the fastest in contact with an infected person. On that occasion, they reach for a bunch of antibiotics in order to suppress pain and discomfort as quickly as possible. As much as antibiotics help with various health diseases, their constant use creates the body's resistance and instead of suppressing all harmful microorganisms that live in the cells of the human body, they create resistance to antibiotics and continue to spread.
South African nutmeg is one of the better alternatives to antibiotics, because it works where their effect is absent. South African nutmeg belongs to the genus of plants Pelargonium, and the place where it is most represented is the area of South Africa. Members of the Zulu tribe used the plant as an effective remedy against colds, respiratory infections or stomach problems.
This natural remedy for colds is known today as South African nutmeg and is gaining in importance in the fight against respiratory diseases, viral infections and stomach problems. And this has been shown by many studies that have examined the healing effects of this plant on all symptoms of colds, coughs, headaches, nasal secretions, etc.
It is interesting how the South African nutmeg reached European soil. Namely, at the end of the nineteenth century, the British Charles Stevens visited South Africa with the hope that he would find a cure to cure tuberculosis. Charles will, on the recommendation of local doctors, take this local medicine and after a few days feel positive changes, and after a while he will fully recover. Mass use of this medicine in England will follow. With the advent of synthetic drugs used to treat tuberculosis, a drug based on South African nutmeg will be slowly suppressed, until a few years ago, thanks to a group of European scientists who will use it in their research. Based on the research that was performed with the aim of examining the action of this plant, the stimulating effects of nutmeg on the part of the immune system, which has the role of protecting cells from viral attack, were determined. The medicine is an extract of the root of South African nutmeg, and in our country it can be found in the form of drops as the medicine Resistol.
It has been determined that in addition to the elderly, children can also use it, because the drug does not interact with other drugs, nor does it have any side effects, which is very important for the safety and security of the use of this drug. In our country, South African nutmeg appeared last year and can be found in the pharmacy in the form of drops. The plant shows effective effects in the treatment of respiratory infections, especially colds. Relieves cough symptoms, fever, as well as nasal symptoms. A traditional herbal remedy based on South African nutmeg alleviates the symptoms of acute and chronic bronchitis.