Good Morning and Happy Monday!
I may sneeze my way into 2014 the way things are looking right now, and since I’ve had more than a few people acknowledge they’re suffering the same illness, we decided that today’s “My Choice Monday” should be about cold remedies!
1. The Neti Pot
I’ll have to admit, when Craig and I first tried this, we were both a little bit nervous…Intentionally putting water in your nose…Well, that’s just a tad nerve-wracking. However, we were faced with the necessity of having to do SOMETHING prior to boarding the long flight to Rome, Italy earlier this year, and to avoid eardrum-popping madness, we would have done just about anything. This turned out to be step #1 to freedom!
Folks, this stuff is wonderful. I have been dealing with each and every one of these symptoms and this is the only over-the-counter medicine that really helps! Plus, it’s convenient to buy one box and have both daytime and nighttime relief!
3. Aura Cacia Peppermint Shower Tablets
I don’t know about you, but one of the things that seems to help the most when I’m really congested is a hot, steamy shower! Add a peppermint tablet to that steam-filled bliss and you’re on your way to congestion recovery!
I also found a DIY option that I think would work marvelously – I just haven’t been able to locate one of the ingredients in a brick and mortar store (Kind of essential when you have a cold now!). Maybe you’ll have more luck? You can see for yourself here, at the blog Rebekah’s Corner. If you have any clue where to find Menthol Crystals, let me know! We would love to try making these!
Hopefully, you won’t be celebrating this New Year’s Eve like this member of the Newlywed Lefebvres – but if you are, try these recommendations to banish your cold before 2014!
Until Tomorrow…Lots of Love,
4 thoughts on “Cure For The (All Too) Common Cold”
Thanks for the pingback, I get my menthol crystals at zenithsupplies.com the store is local to me (in Seattle, WA) but you can order from them as well. If you don’t want to order from them look up soap making supplies in your area and you can check with each place to see if they have them. Another place is Mountain Rose Herbs.com they are a great place to get them from too — I think they’re in Oregon. Good luck in your search
Thank you so much, Rebekah! Love your blog and your tips! Thanks for sharing! We look forward to more great things to come from “Rebekah’s Corner”, and hope you’ll join us here at The Newlywed Lefebvres, as well!
Pier & Craig
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