Garlic

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Whooping cough is also known as pertussis, and is caused by a bacterial infection that attacks the respiratory system. Garlic is a common and easily accessible herb that has well-documented anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties. The natural antibiotic properties of garlic and its active ingredient, allicin, are crucial in the fight against the underlying infection. Garlic can also help to soothe the irritation in the respiratory tracts and actually ease sinus pressure. Its impact on the overall respiratory system is impressive, and can be purchased in supplement form for a concentrated dose of wellness!

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