It seems like everyone I know has complained about having an extra long, never-ending cold this year. The symptoms are nasal and chest congestion, cough, body aches, low grade fever that comes and goes, high fever, feeling better for a week and then a repeat of the above.
It would be interesting to look into the cause of this. One obvious reason is the low immune system. But what’s causing that? Well, not enough rest, poor diet and mutated viruses (this could be a result of lab experiments with flu vaccines). Another reason is, perhaps, radiation from Japan. The U.S. experts downplay the effects of the damaged Japanese nuclear plant leaking radiation, still, since March 2011. But radiation, whatever the level is, is definitely not helping our immune system.
So what to do?
Traditional doctors within standard medical insurance plan typically prescribe Amoxicillin (antibiotic) and Albuterol HFA (inhaler). Pseudoephedrine (decongestant) is available over the counter at any drug store. These medications take care of the symptoms temporarily and 2 weeks later the problem returns.
I found a pretty good Decongestion Remedy that worked for me and many others.
Tomato soup with garlic, lemon juice, cayenne pepper and honey.
How to prepare:
1 litter of tomato juice
6 cloves of garlic, finely chopped
3 lemons, squeezed
1 tea spoon of cayenne pepper
2 table spoons of honey
Mix and heat on simmer (do not boil or it kills the active agents of garlic and honey).
Drink throughout the day and especially at night before going to bed.
Garlic works as a natural antibiotic and kills the infection. Honey is better raw, unprocessed. Use more garlic is you can. Use more pepper or chilly pepper or hot sauce.
Continue with tomato soup for 1 week if needed.
Post comments with your results, please!