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7. Common Cold Virus grows best in Cold temperature

What do the more than 200 Common Cold viruses have in common? They produce the typical cold symptoms

And they also replicate best at cold temperatures. Oh yeah? Sez who?

Sez England’s Common Cold Unit.

For 50 years the Common Cold Unit, started by Harvard Hospital during World War II studied infectious diseases, including the Common Cold. At the War’s end the institute, near Salisbury England, was given to the nation of England and became affiliated with Cardiff University in England and focused on the Common Cold. They learned a tremendous amount about the viruses that cause Comm

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on Cold symptoms.

They experimented with various kinds of cures.

And one thing they discovered is that Common Cold viruses grow best at a lower temperature.

33 degrees Celcius, (91.4 degrees Farenheit) better than at 37 degrees Celcius, about 98.6 degrees Farenheit.

In other words, a common cold virus grows best at the same temperature as the normal  human nose, not at the average temperature of the rest of your body.

So that’s why you get colds in your nose!

But modern medical literature is saying that cold temperature is NOT a factor in getting a cold. Does that sound silly to you?

Sounds obvious that cold temperature affects YOUR cold, right?

Nope.

This is highly controversial. Many doctors, including the NIH and CDC, as stated on their websites,  believe this was DISPROVEN by medical research.

But they are wrong. And This is BIG news.