Cod Liver Oil — Measles takes up a lot of vitamin A in the body, which is needed for proper immune function. (For more information on this, read our guide, What You Need to Know About Measles.) As a result, measles with vitamin A deficiency can lead to complications. To prevent that, vitamin A should be supplemented. Cod Liver Oil is is a rich source of vitamin A, vitamin D, and omega-3 fatty acids.
Elderberry Elixir — Rich in vitamin C, elderberry is a potent cold and flu fighter and may also be beneficial at countering the flu-like symptoms of measles. It can also fight potential complications that can come from co-infection with the influenza virus. Made with 100% organic ingredients, Elderberry Elixir is shelf-stable and super concentrated; doses are mere drops per day, meaning it is the most cost-effective option for elderberry immune support.
Immune-Aid Vitamin C Powder — Increasing vitamin C intake during periods of sickness can support the immune system and help with recovery. Our natural vitamin C powder is made from two of the highest sources of vitamin C: camu camu and acerola berry powders. It also contains orange peel, which is rich in vitamin C and has some antibacterial properties, especially against bacteria that causes diarrhea (a common complication of measles).
Herbal Detox Bath — Our unique blend of herbs help to promote gentle detox. By steeping in a bath of warm water, the properties of the herbs are absorbed by the skin and help to detox the body inside and out. The herbs have anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-viral properties that can help your body return to a state of true wellness!
What You Need to Know About Measles — For the last few years, the media has been full of hype about the measles. “Worst measles outbreak in decades!” “Measles can kill children!” and so on. This has left parents terrified and not sure what to do. Should they get the MMR? Are there natural remedies for measles? How risky is the illness, anyway? We think it’s time to cut through all the propaganda with some facts. This guide contains 65+ peer-reviewed studies that answer key questions about the measles, and help parents make thoughtful, science-based decisions for their children.