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Had it for about 5 days just after Christmas, and was feeling pretty rough and not sleeping well with a blocked nose. My wife had it too, but hers lingered a bit longer. First cold for me in nearly a year though, so can't grumble too much. :thumbsup: 

 

I suggest a regular dose of Glenfiddich, ginger and honey. :)

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"I suggest a regular dose of Glenfiddich, ginger and honey. " :2thumbsup: Works every time but I dont think you need the Glenfiddich but I take it anyway :laugh3:

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16 hours ago, Bino-viewer said:

Running. 

Elimates all germs.

And any catarrh thats about tends to get 'rearranged' after a run.

My nose is the only thing that runs when I have a cold. Actually, a good brisk dog walk has a similar effect. :thumbsup:

3 hours ago, stash said:

"I suggest a regular dose of Glenfiddich, ginger and honey. " :2thumbsup: Works every time but I dont think you need the Glenfiddich but I take it anyway :laugh3:

Surely the Glenfiddich is the most potent ingredient. That is the bit that makes you forget that you have a cold. ;)

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31 minutes ago, Tweedledee said:

My nose is the only thing that runs when I have a cold. Actually, a good brisk dog walk has a similar effect. :thumbsup:

Surely the Glenfiddich is the most potent ingredient. That is the bit that makes you forget that you have a cold. ;)

No I stand corrected you are right Glenfiddich is the most important potent  ingredient :facepalm2:

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