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We all know what the common cold is because we probably are exposed to them at least once or twice each year so it isn’t necessary to talk about those nasty little beasties that cause them. And forget about trying to figure out what medicine to take. Walk down any aisle in your local pharmacy or grocery store and you will see shelves and shelves of OTC pills and cough syrups and you name it. By the time you figure out what you want to by your cold will be gone naturally. Pharmaceuticals is a multi-billion dollar annual business. However, there are times that Mom and Grandma know best. Some good old fashioned remedies are often just as effective and a whole lot cheaper!
One of the symptoms of a cold is a sore throat. There is something to be said for honey and lemon. Squeeze a little lemon juice in with some honey. Did you know that lemon doesn’t only cut phlegm but it is a natural anti-inflammatory? That’s probably what makes it so effective that it has been used as a sore throat remedy for literally centuries.
Keep some Eucalyptus tea on hand when the weather starts turning colder. What do you think is in those salves and ointments they plaster on your chest when you have trouble breathing? You got it! Menthol and Eucalyptus.
You should always supplement with a good multi mineral and vitamin compound, but in the winter have zinc and Vitamin C on hand. The minute you start feeling like you are coming down with a cold, get out the zinc and C. Nip it in the bud before it gets ahold of you.
And always supplement with good antioxidants. Not only are they potent anti-inflammatories, but they bolster the immune system. Use your head early and you won’t get that head cold later.
Posted on November 17th, 2009 in Health Tips
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