It takes 48 hours for a cold to appear so you may already be sick!
What to do…..
In the mean time:
Immune Juice This juice provides an excellent combination of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants which may help to support your wellbeing and assist in keeping you healthy. Try to have at room temperature not straight out of the fridge cold. Method ½ to 1 inch piece of ginger ½ lemon 2 apples 2 carrots 1 fresh beetroot Process in a juicer or blender and drink fresh for maximum benefit. Take a look at one of these treatments used in TCM traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture appointments Click www.mindbodysoul.tv/health/gua-sha/ to watch the video on Gua Sha. This form of treatment can be used for a wide variety of ailments. It can be used to strengthen the immune system and potentially reduce the severity of cold symptoms and duration. Guameans scraping or to scrape, and sha is the term used for the millet-like redness that may come up during or after treatment. It’s the instrument used that is called a gua sha. It may be used on its own as a treatment, or in conjunction with a massage. It is otherwise known as ‘spooning’. How does it work? The gua sha is used to increase oxygen to the area and stimulate the circulation. The buffalo horn has cold properties according to Chinese medicine and, therefore, it is effective in dispelling heat factors from the body.
The good news is that gua sha treatment isn’t painful at all. The red, millet-like colour of the skin is simply heat and toxins coming to the surface. So why not give a gua sha treatment a try before you catch that cold going around. Not only will you get the benefits of a traditional massage, or TCM treatment such as blissful relaxation, but releasing toxins from your system may prevent you from becoming sick and pain may be reduced. Prevention is better than cure! Find out more about how we can help you. www.melbournenaturalwellness.com.au Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out when our next Immune workshops are.
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