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Published July 3rd 2018
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Winter's well and truly here and while some days are full of sunshine, the night time temperatures have dropped, leaving many of us susceptible to the common cold and worse. What's your recommendation for preventing or fending off the common cold?
Thanks to knowledge imparted by a work colleague with extensive experience in naturopathy, I can personally recommend The Sugar Cure which has enabled me to keep working and enjoying my weekends whilst recovering from a common cold.
How to use The Sugar Cure: put 1 teaspoon of fine sugar into your mouth (caster sugar works best as it dissolves quicker) then dissolve and swish around for about 1-2 minutes and spit out then repeat 3-4 times (takes about 15 minutes). Do this throughout the next 12-24 hours and you should experience a huge reduction in mucus and other symptoms.
How it works: the common cold is most often triggered by lymphatic fluid build-up in the head - The Sugar Cure draws mucus dissolved in lymph fluid into the mouth, gradually clearing congested spaces such as the sinuses and Eustachian tubes. A research-based article written by Research Chemist, Biochemist and Toxicologist Walter Last who is also a Practicing Nutritionist and Natural Therapist comprehensively and scientifically detailing The Sugar Cure can be viewed here. If symptoms persist, it is best to see a doctor.
What's your cure for a common cold? Share it with us by leaving a comment.