Best thing ever! It totaly works! Started getting a cold/sinus infection Thursday....nasal congestion, cough, sneezing, drained, no energy...ya know, the typical cold/sinus infections symptoms. I started this and did it three times a day instead of calling my doctor for a Z-pak like I usualy do. It kept the edge off of it and kept it from comletely taking over and making me as sick. Today I'm almost back to 100%. I'm telling you it works!
One of our favorite natural remedies for colds and flus is this immune boosting smoothie. We’ve dubbed it the ‘anti-sickness smoothie’, and it does wonders for our souls when we’re feeling under the weather. Made with mandarin oranges, ginger, bananas, mango, and coconut water, this drink is filled with antioxidants to give your immune system and energy levels a boost when you need it most!
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Honey Ginger Lemonade Health Tonic: So, what is a honey ginger lemonade health tonic? Well, it’s a lightly-sweetened drink brewed from fresh ginger and lemon. It’s tasty, refreshing, and my absolute favorite beverage to sip on when I’m fighting off a cold. You know how the doctor always tells you to drink plenty of fluids when you’re sick? This is the fluid I drink.
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Colds, the flu, and sinus infections have such similar symptoms that it can be tough to know what truly ails you. That said, a few subtle differences can tip you off. Diagnose yourself using this chart. | Health.com