Como dizer "É bom para a gripe" em inglês

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Português: é bom para a gripe, é bom para resfriado, é bom para dor de cabeça, etc. [ é bom para = ajuda a aliviar, combater, curar, etc. gripe, resfriado, dor de cabeça, etc.]

Inglês: help(s) cure the flu, colds, headaches, etc.

Exemplos:
  1. This article will teach you how to make an herbal tincture that will help cure the flu, the common cold, and ward off viruses.
  2. Does chicken soup help cure the flu?
  3. It has incomparable medicinal properties, strengthens the immune system, increases resistance to stress, soothes intestinal spasms, helps cure colds and provides relief from exhaustion.
  4. Believe it or not, drinking a couple of cups (one big glass) of Gatorade helps cure headaches.
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It is good for the flu.
It is good for what ails you. (surprisingly common expression)
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That´s right!

"Doctors: Chicken Soup really is good for the flu."
http://www.kait8.com/story/27725410/doc ... or-the-flu
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You live and learn (vivendo e aprendendo):
  • - Mom was right. Chicken soup really is 'Jewish penicillin' for your cold.
    - She's always right, huh?
    [...]
    If you were brought up by a Jewish mother, chances are you have been prescribed a hot bowl of chicken soup at a time you felt under the weather (sentir-se adoentado). Dr. Mom may have insisted it was a type of "Jewish penicillin," that it would lessen your sniffles and perk you right up. She was, in some regard, correct. [Cont...]

    (Perk up or perk someone/thing up)
    = Become or make more cheerful, lively, or interesting. oxforddictionaries.com)


    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12/1 ... mg00000063

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    Grandma was right, after all: Chicken soup is good for the cold, not just the soul. [...]
    [...] Used in Ancient Times the idea that chicken soup, often dubbed (apelidada) the “Jewish penicillin,” has medicinal effects dates back to ancient times, but modern scientists have never fully deciphered the reasons. Cont... http://abcnews.go.com/Health/story?id=117888
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