And the answer is: Drinking garlic water.
For a long time I was having a difficult time battling
colds. I used to have at least 4 or 5 colds a year, and they
were always long and troublesome. At times, I would catch
"piggy back" colds. One starting and then another, just as I
would be getting well again.
I HATE HAVING COLDS!
They were beginning to scare me. Always had in the back
of my mind that I would die young as my mother did. She died
at the age of 27, of Hodgkin's disease, a cousin of tuberculosis.
I was determined to do my best to find a solution for the
common cold, doing research on my own, digging deep into
encyclopedias and gathering together tidbits of common-sense
Then the pieces to the grand puzzle fell into place and I
started my experiment. It began more than three years ago,
and this is what I discovered. If you rinse your nostrils
daily, keeping them clean, and drinking natures' best form of
chemo-therapy, water spiced with raw garlic, you can avoid
catching the common cold.
The combination of cleaned nostrils and raw garlic spiced
water, is the best thing you could invest in, time-wise and
money-wise. I grant you it will take a lot of discipline, but
consider it worth it when you "earn" your good health.
You need not worry about the odorous smell one experiences
when meeting someone who has had a meal spiced with garlic.
Though garlic may contribute to enhancing the taste of cooked
meat, garlic smells negative when combined with digesting cooked
meat, in the stomach. But, if you drink the garlic-spiced-water
at night, before going to bed, after the morning breakfast, the
smell will no longer linger on your breath. Trust me. Give it
a try. I also discovered that my sleep improved.
On November 19, 1999 I was struck with a ten day flu, making
my 25 months and 15 days a new personal record. Since the
flu is a virus, I don't think that drinking garlic water will prevent
it from happening. I've used a thinned out garlic and water, as
nose drops, and it certainly helped to stave off having many many
days of a running nose. Now it only lasted about 3 days. If I
had avoided people altogether, I could have avoided catching the
flu. When you sit in the same car with someone coughing a few
times, you are bound to catch the flu. As bad as it is to be
sick, I would never become a hermit to avoid being sick. That
would only make me sick in another way that I'm not willing to
How to make the garlic juice.
This bulb of garlic sure won't stink
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Email: Douglas Urig
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