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The active constituents of honey have powerful antimicrobial properties that have made honey a beloved immune booster for generations. In some parts of the world, honey actually constitutes a large percentage of caloric intake! When it comes to swine flu, the soothing, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties of this sweet treat can effectively neutralize the swine flu virus, while also relieving the severity of the symptoms. This can speed the entire healing process and minimize the recovery time. Mixing two spoons of honey into a cup of herbal tea is a good way to doubly boost your immune strength.

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