How to beat the seasonal cold
At this time of the year, colds often can appear and do bother for a few days. The infusion, also known as acute use, is an inflammation of the upper respiratory tract.
The usual symptoms are runny nose, sneezing, fever, headache, sore throat, fever, pain and cramps in the body, as well as loss of appetite. The skin around the nose becomes dry.
Few domesticated recipes for colds:
Garlic possesses antiseptic and antispasmodic properties, in addition to the other few medical virtues. Garlic is combined with a single onion and salt and pepper and it is all poured into a cup and should be consumed immediately. This drug is considered to be very effective in treating a common cold.
Lemon is the most important among other home remedies against colds. It is excellent in all kinds of colds with fever. Vitamin C is present in large quantities in lemon juice and increases the body’s resistance to disease and reduces toxicity and also reduces the duration of the disease over a period of time. A lemon should be drained in warm water, add one teaspoon of honey. This medicine is taken once or twice a day.
- Vitamin C
Regular intake of vitamin C prevents the common cold. If the cold has already appeared, a greater dose of this vitamin will relieve symptoms and reduce their drowsiness. It is estimated that one to two grams (1000mg to 2000mg) per day is approximately the optimal dose of vitamin C in the first signs of a common cold, and the treatment continues with taking one to two tablets of 500mg per day
During cold symptoms, it is advised to avoid meat, fish, eggs, cheese and starch-rich foods. Certainly, you should drink more liquids, water, teas, juices, soups, as the temperature exhausts and dehydrates the body.