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World's Best Advice for your Common Cold!

29. What do we all agree on for Common Colds?

Here is a summary of what most of the current medical advice you will find says,

that I also agree with.

(in other words, you can read this anywhere and you DON”T need ME to tell you these again.)

  • Get Plenty of Rest
  • Drink Lots of Fluids
  • Eat a healthy diet

    Doctor's advice

    Common advice given by Dcctor’s today

  • Build up your immune system
  • Wash Hands Frequently


But here is what I’m saying that NO ONE ELSE is saying.

A Common Cold is a virus that THRIVES AT COLD TEMPERATURE

Use warmth and steam to keep your entire face and chest and upper respiratory area warm  for 24 hours/day and night until your cold gets better. BREATHE WARM & STEAMY AIR. Drink only WARM drinks.

And you will feel dramatically better in 1-2 days.



Here’s what Some Medical websites say  which I probably agree with, but I’m not totally sure about:

use Neti Pots to flush Out nasal cavity with warm salt water.

honey helps sore throat

Gargle with warm salt water


And Here is what some others are saying that I do NOT agree with

climate temperature does NOT affect you getting or getting overyour common cold

you get more colds in winter because you are closer together with other people.

drink cold fluids

cold air humidifier

take megadose of Vitamin C, oranged and orange juice.

Take zinc

Take Echinacia

Take Chinese Herbal medicine

and a long list of other ingredients that supposedly kill your cold.



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