Sick before an audition or gig? Looking for celebrity grade cold remedies? I'll give you the exact tonic recipe I use in this post.
My husband got this recipe from a co-worker. Since they work in an office environment, the windows don't open and the ventilation is minimal. One of her former co-workers shared this tonic recipe once they all started dropping like flies during cold and flu season.
My husband and I have been taking it for a couple of years now, and we have not gotten a fever once during that time.
I felt achy last weekend after skipping it for a few days, took four small shots in a day, and felt back to normal the next morning.
However, taking a shot is NOT for the faint of heart! It is spicy, but a daily shot is totally WORTH IT.
I'm not a doctor, and I'm not making any guarantees that this will work for you, nor am I giving you medical advice. I'm simply sharing my personal experience so far. You should always talk to your doctor about trying new things, especially if you have a pre-existing condition.
I've still gotten the sniffles and even viral pharyngitis once, but so far I haven't had a fever since taking this tonic. Everyone's body chemistry is different. However, this tonic is made from everyday groceries you may already have in your pantry, so there's nothing extreme or uncommon in this recipe. It was also created by a doctor.
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