Best way to get rid of head cold?

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  1. rbe0 profile image60
    rbe0posted 6 years ago

    I never get sick, this is my first time being sick in about 5 years.

    How do you get rid of your colds?

    I took some thing called Orange-C, which is some kind of vitamin c or mineral supplement.

    What works for you?

    1. R9139 profile image64
      R9139posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      What works for me is mead mixed with lemon juice and pure honey simmered like mulled wine, head cold cleared

      1. rbe0 profile image60
        rbe0posted 6 years agoin reply to this

        I would try that but I was an alcoholic for years. i stay away from all addictive drugs now.

    2. profile image0
      Brenda Durhamposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      I eat garlic.  Bits of it raw, or else cooked garlic.   And although I still get colds sometimes, it seems to work for me most of the time.  Just takes days of time and tooth-brushing to get rid of the bad breath.ha.  (I've taken it in pill form before, but it doesn't seem as effective).

    3. xanzacow profile image72
      xanzacowposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Unfortunately there is still no cure for the common cold. Vitamins will boost your immune system but be careful. Some vitamins can be toxic if taken in large quantities. Vitamin C is safe. Your body excretes all amounts that are not needed with no more ill effects other than frequent urination and possibly diarrhea. Good health to you.

    4. prettydarkhorse profile image63
      prettydarkhorseposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Water, drink more of it and rest.

  2. ringlawncare profile image63
    ringlawncareposted 6 years ago

    Advil cold and sinus

  3. recommend1 profile image67
    recommend1posted 6 years ago

    Place your head very carefully one side of the rail and your body the other and wait for the 10:32 to Ohio.  The only certain cure.  Everything purchased is a paliative to keep the business big.  Vitamin C to boost your immune system is the only way - the Nobel prize winning expert in that field said to take loads and loads and had his rep destroyed by the Chemical cold cure industry.

    1. rbe0 profile image60
      rbe0posted 6 years agoin reply to this

      im mega dosing vit c today. also eating much soy protein and citrus fruit

  4. girlgonestrong profile image60
    girlgonestrongposted 6 years ago

    I will mega-dose Vitamin D3 (50,000 IUs p/day, once in the morning once in the afternoon for two days) mega-doze Vitamin C and consume 3-4 TABLEspoons of virgin coconut oil throughout the day.

    Coconut oil is a unique type of saturated fat which is made up of Medium Chain Triglycerides which are actually anti-microbial in nature.  The body processes these fatty acids differently than other fats and oils as well in that it's used as a direct energy source by the liver upon uptake instead of being processed into the in/out energy management system that is comprised of the rest of the body's fatty tissues.  Good stuff.  Read "The Coconut Oil Miracle" if you don't believe me.

    If you don't want to get the book, visit SuperHuman Radio and search for "Coconut Oil" and you can hear an interview with the author.  The stuff is like magic.  But don't tell Big Pharma!  They'd rather you be scared of it because it's a "saturated" fat.  OOOOOOOhhhhhh.

  5. paradigmsearch profile image88
    paradigmsearchposted 6 years ago

    Time and boxes of kleenex. Such is life. big_smile

  6. ftclick profile image56
    ftclickposted 6 years ago

    take some Kiwi it's the highest form of natural vitamin C, not oranges.
    take some vitamin E capsules
    get olive oil - good fats will / (let's say possible) transport the mucus from the cold downwards so you urinate it out as you are drinking lots of water.

    good luck

  7. profile image61
    logic,commonsenseposted 6 years ago

    Ziccam works great for me.  Does not cure, does shorten the duration.

  8. vespawoolf profile image94
    vespawoolfposted 6 years ago

    Garlic can boost your immune system, making you less susceptible to colds. If you start getting sick and catch it right away, try taking Boiron Oscillococcinum. It's sold in most drug stores and works to shorten the duration of both the cold and flu. Usually, though, you just have to do what your mother used to say: get plenty of rest, drink lots of liquid and wait it out.

 
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