Cashew nuts are great for cold and influenza symptoms.
They’re rich in fiber, antioxidants, and vitamins A and C, which help prevent inflammation.
And the nut’s ability to thicken and soften your skin may help you stay cooler during a flu episode.
But, cashews have a downside: They may contain a toxin that could make you sick.
Cashew nut and sunflower seed oil may be found in some of the top-selling health-food brands on Amazon.
They may also be used in traditional Chinese medicines and supplements, and in herbal tea.
They are also widely used in cosmetics.
If you are concerned about whether your cashew is safe, read the labels.
If you’ve ever had a cold or flu, you may want to look into whether your skin and lungs are healthy enough to tolerate the nut. Read more: