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How to Stop a Cold

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  • Karen Eck
    http://www.mercola.com/2001/mar/28/dr_pauling.htm Last Interview With Dr. Pauling There is no doubt now that vitamin C in large doses has value against the
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      http://www.mercola.com/2001/mar/28/dr_pauling.htm

      Last Interview With Dr. Pauling

      There is no doubt now that vitamin C in large doses has value against
      the common cold. My recommendation is not 1 gram a day, or 2 grams a
      day of vitamin C but at the first sign of a cold, take a gram of
      vitamin C or 2 grams and then an hour later, if the symptoms still
      exist - if you're still sneezing, or your nose is running or feel
      shivery, take another 1 or 2 grams of vitamin C. Keep doing that
      until you forget because the symptoms have gone away and this will
      stop a cold in almost every person who follows the regimen.
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