My Winter Cold Remedies

my winter cold remedies

With winter cold season quickly approaching, I thought I would take a moment to share my favorite cold and flu remedies.

I am taking a two part approach to warding off nasty germs this year.

The first part is to take preventative measures and the second being armed and ready to address symptoms the second they make themselves known.

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I had a nasty bout of bronchitis last year. It took months to shake it off. I have no desire to repeat last year’s experience.

This year I am taking preventative measures.

The first step in protecting my body from unwanted germs is taking a daily dose of elderberry elixir. The elixir I use is combined with other immune strengthening herbs that together give my immune system a boost.

My second step is to take daily doses of Feel Better Fast. Just a few drops a day helps to reduce the horrible inflammation that I normally experience throughout my sinuses.

Other ways I plan to prevent catching the flu or a winter cold is by:

  • Avoiding people who are sick
  • Limiting the number of people I shake hands with or hug
  • Wearing a mask in crowds
  • Washing my hands often.

Action plan

If I should find myself feeling like I am coming down with a bug, my plan is to have everything I need on hand to stop germs in their tracks.

My medicine cabinet is filled with several herbal remedies aimed to evict germs that are trying to make themselves at home in my body.

As stated above, I take Feel Better Fast every day. I increase my dosage at the first sign of a cold and continue until the symptoms subside.

Remedies I use solely for sickness are Cough Be Gone, Immune-Biotic, and Pain Potion.

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my winter cold remedies

Published by Cynthia Covert

Diagnosed in 2001 with psoriasis, followed by fibromyalgia, psoriatic arthritis, endometriosis, and later a botched hysterectomy turned her world upside down. Cynthia shares her experience, advice, and tips for how to make life with chronic pain easier and less painful.

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