If I had some remedy… Remedy for me please.

Whenever I get sick, I hum “Remedy” by The Black Crowes.

Well, maybe not WHENEVER I get sick… but often.

Ok, maybe it just came to me now as I was thinking about home remedies for the flu and thought I would write it out as an excuse to go and listen to the song.

It is this kind of tangential thinking that mirrors the logic many of us use when we decide why one cold remedy is better than another.

However it’s one thing to decide that you’re going to stick with oil of oregano as opposed to ginger tea or Echinacea… it’s another to impose your idea on another person.

I explored why on Metro Morning:

Amateur doctors unite!

And for all those with the flu who do want to hum The Black Crowes to help them get better… here you go:

2 thoughts on “If I had some remedy… Remedy for me please.

  1. As the lone most public viral affliction that strikes people today, the public cold is forever looking for new victims. If you are ten time or elder and have never had a public cold, Id say its a small miracle. Most people get them once or more a year. Because there is no heal for the public cold, remedies for colds are a active industry across the world.Im definite youve already noticed this truth for yourself. There are total shelves dedicated to remedies for colds in supermarkets and pharmacies everywhere. Most of these products aim at treating what exclusive symptoms you are having. Because each and every cold virus is unique, which is why a heal is impossible, the symptoms of the public cold fluctuate a lot. Fortunately, there are a lot of broad and public symptoms that can be treated. Coughs, sore throats, sinus congestion, pale eyes, dry eyes, gooey nose, and headache are among the more public symptoms.’

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