Often a sore throat is a sign you could be getting a cold, flu, laryngitis or possibly becoming run down. The key is to get on top of it and nip it in the butt the minute you feel that tickle. Here are the top 8 things you could try to ensure you heal it asap.

1. Oregano Shot
Health food stores will usually stock an Oregano blend that usually contains pure Oregano oil with pure virgin Olive oil. Place 3-5 drops of this Oregano Oil blend into a shot of warm water, swirl it then down it like a shot!

2. Lemon Honey Drink
Make a Lemon Honey Drink with 2 Tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar, 1/2 Lemon squeezed and 1tsp Manuka Honey into a cup of boiling water. Drink after your Oregano Shot.

3. Sandalwood
Place a drop of pure Sandalwood oil onto your fingers and massage directly onto the glands of your throat. Repeat 3 times throughout the day.

4. Immune Boost Spritz
Make up an Immune Spritz by filling a 50ml spritzer bottle and adding 6 drops of Immune Boost. Spritz all around you everywhere you go. Carry in your handbag, have on your desk, keep with you at all times.

5. Ginger Garlic Medicine
Chop 1 clove of garlic and 1 cm cube of ginger. Add to 1tsp Manuka Honey and down it in one mouthful. The key to not having garlic breath is not to crush the garlic but finely chop it. This is an amazing vitamin boost and works a treat.

6. Camu Camu Shot
Place 1tsp Super Green Food, 1/4tsp Probiotics, 1tsp Colloidal Minerals and 1tsp Camu Camu into half a glass of water or coconut water. Get this into you twice a day until sore throat subsides.

7. Chicken Soup
There is nothing like a good bowl of Chicken Soup to help heal a sore throat or cold. Known as natures penicillin this highly nutritious meal is the ultimate love fest in a bowl.

8. Rest
There is nothing like a good nights sleep to help heal a sore throat or cold. Sleep is the body’s way to rejuvenate and recharge. Add a couple of drops of Lavender to your pillow and body boost with Instant Calm to ensure your give the body every chance to get a quality sleep.

Be gentle with yourself, a sore throat can be the body’s way of saying it needs a little TLC and self-care. Listen up, indulge yourself a little and be kind.