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The run-up to Christmas and New Year can be tiring not to mention stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. To help keep you on an even keel medical herbalist Gabriella Clarke highlights some of the best calming herbs. Cold and coughs are also rife at this time of year so it pays to boost your immunity with some natural herbals suppelements- discover why Echinacea and pelargonium are among our favourites.

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