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    Quote Originally Posted by wannawannabe View Post
    Cold and flu tablets - the behind the counter pharmacy ones, lots of water during the day, hot steamy showers and a good night sleep (10-12 hours(. I find a decent sleep has the biggest impact on making me feel better.
    There's such a thing as 10-12 hours sleep??

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    Bone Broth (recommend organic bones). Turn it into a soup for something more delicious. You will be surprised! And whole chicken broth turned into soup (I usually go an Asian style soup so you can pack it full of garlic & ginger).

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    Regular hot showers where I sit on the floor and just breathe in the steam and cough/blow the snot and mucus out as much as possible. As soon as you get out it gets all blocked again but at least you have cleared a heap whilst in there. I have like 6 showers a day when I am sick like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    Regular hot showers where I sit on the floor and just breathe in the steam and cough/blow the snot and mucus out as much as possible. As soon as you get out it gets all blocked again but at least you have cleared a heap whilst in there. I have like 6 showers a day when I am sick like that.
    I agree I love a hot hot shower when blocked up, or any kind of sick actually!!

    I also second the cold and flu tablets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil M View Post
    Does it work?
    Yes it does. If I feel like I'm coming down with something I drink it every few hours. Have fought heaps of things off or only gotten a mild version of whatever it is plenty of times. It's a staple in our house.

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    Great tips, thanks! I was planning on trying the olive leaf oil so will get onto that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaryGirl View Post
    Swisse vitamins Immune Defense ... take it daily and increase dose if a cold hits and the colds only last a couple of days. I also take Ethical Nutrients Sinus and Hayfever daily to keep sinus issues away as I suffer badly if my sinus becomes blocked. Swear by both of these products.

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    I am going to try these now. I suffer with horrible sinus issues (takes nothing for them to get blocked) and if I can take something to try and ward if off, even better.

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