Happy Equinox

You may have noticed that my posts have been few and far between this week. I’ve been battling a cold for going on six days. Boy, do I hate summer colds, even in Autumn. Anyway, I’m taking a day off to see if I can whip this.

I’ve been getting a lot of good suggestions for posts via email, so thanks for that. And keep them coming. I will get to them. Right now, I’m too hopped up on NyQuil to do anything meaningful.

Check back tomorrow for more Excel fun!

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5 thoughts on “Happy Equinox

  1. from Mercola.com

    From what we have read, hydrogen peroxide works quite well and is supposed to be effective 80% of the time, especially if done when the symptoms first appear. While it seems contrary to what we have been taught about colds and flu we know quite a few people who have tried it with great success.

    In 1928 Richard Simmons, M.D. hypothesized that colds and flu virus enter through the ear canal. His findings were dismissed by the medical community. According to Dr. Simmons, contrary to what you may think or have been taught about how you catch the flu or the cold there is only one way that you can catch the two, and that’s via the ear canal not through the eyes or nose or mouth as most have believed.

    Keeping your fingers out of your ears will greatly reduce your chances of catching them, but then again these two are microscopic and can be air-born and may land on or even in your ear. Once they have entered the inner-ear (middle-ear) there they begin their breeding process, and from there they have access to every avenue throughout our body to travel to and to infect and make us sick.

    In 1938 German researchers had great success using hydrogen peroxide in dealing with colds and the flu. Their data has been ignored for over 60 years.

    It is important to begin treatment as soon as symptoms appear. If treatment is started promptly effectiveness seems to be in the 80% range.

    We have found remarkable results in curing the flu & cold within 12 to 14 hours when administering a few drops of 3% Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) into each infected ear, (sometimes only one ear is infected) The H2O2 starts working within 2 to 3 minutes in killing the flu or cold; there will be some bubbling and in some cases mild stinging occurs.

    Wait until the bubbling & stinging subside (usually 5 to 10 min) then drain onto tissue and repeat other ear. A bottle of Hydrogen Peroxide in 3% solution is available at any drug store for a couple of dollars.

  2. Good old remedy, that is 95% effective. If you catch it within the first 12 hours, have soup (grandma told you that!), but put as much cayenne pepper as you can stand in the soup. You will probably sweat a lot. Repeat the next meal.

    I have only had two colds in the past decade, and both times because I couldn’t get to my “cayenne solution”. Contrast that with colds every year for the previou 40+ years

    Get well soon.

  3. I’m willing to try both of these methods. I’m a little concerned about the HP in my ear, though. Hopefully, I will remember this correctly and not put cayenne pepper in my ear.

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