Chronic cold?

Hi hello, this goes out to all my readers out there. I have a problem! I have now on and off been ill (cold) for over two moths time(!!) and I’m starting to get really bored and depressed because of it. I can’t go out drinking, I can’t bicycle, I can’t walk up stairs, I can’t go running, I can’t do anything at all. The doctors just say, “it’s a virus, nothing you can do but waiting”.

I’ve tried echinacea, garlic capsules, algae pills, multivitamin/mineral pills, ginger. I eat healthy food, I hardly drink alcohol (now) and I do rest a lot.

There’s nothing more I can do!!!!

So, guys help me out, ok? Does someone know how to get rid of this fucking cold?

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Denise Horn says:

Hi there: I was curious if anyone else had the same cold symptoms that I have been suffering from and I found your post. I have a chronic runny nose and postnasal drip, accompanied by a fluctating temperature, ranging from 97.3 to 98.6 I have had this for two months also. It is very annoying and just does not seem to want to go away. However, I have found something that seems to be working. I purchased “Alka Vita” alkaline nasal wash, Alka Vita pH drops that are added to water to alkalize the body. You can purchase the nasal wash at AlkaVitaHealth.com. Also, try Super Silver Solution from the “Survivalcenter.com”. That also seems to be working. Take 4-8 teaspoons a day and it will start to kill of any type of infection/virus, or other symptoms that you might have. You can also take a Q-tip and swab the inside of your nose. I believe this is MRSA. It lives in nasal passages and is completing contaminating the entire world at this point. Almost all of the farmers in Europe have MRSA in their nasal passages, and it has been discovered that at least 15% of the US beef/pork/dairy supply is contamined with MRSA. Personally, I am giving up dairy products because of this and replacing them with coconut products and goats cheese, which is much healthier for you anyway. If you do a google search you will probably find the articles about the MRSA (methicillin resistent staphylococcus aureus). As well, two of my family members have had MRSA, one is a health care worker, and apparently the hospitals are loaded with symptoms of this cold, and worse. Good luck to you. Try these products if you can, they really do help.

Posted: May 2nd, 2008 at 3:01

serden says:

good post

Posted: April 23rd, 2010 at 23:19

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