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Common colds are quite harmless however, they lay out highly unpleasant symptoms. In fact, a cold causes familiar symptoms such as a sore throat and a runny nose which can complicate your everyday life.
Most colds last for 3 to 7 days, yet the signs and symptoms can vary from person to person. The indications usually develop gradually, reach a peak, and then progressively fade away.
For most sufferers, these are the most common symptoms:
- Runny or stuffy nose
- A sore throat
- Muscle weakness
- A cough
- Slight body aches or a mild headache
- Low-grade fever
Although there are is no known treatment for the common cold, you will benefit tremendously from whiskey, even if you drink just a little bit.
Namely, you can handle the inevitable winter cold, with kind of a classic hot toddy. In fact, the unusual relief comes from a combination of lemon juice, whiskey, hot water, and honey.
Here is the healthy hot toddy whiskey recipe, which relieves cold:
- 1 oz (2 tablespoons) bourbon/whiskey
- 1 tablespoon of organic honey
- 2 teaspoons of freshly squeezed lemon juice
- 1/4 cup of boiling hot water
Add the bourbon, honey, and lemon juice in a 6-ounce mug. Top off with hot water, and stir until honey is dissolved. Additionally, you can float a lemon slice on top.
Alcohol dilates your blood vessels, thus makes it easier for your mucus membranes to deal with the infection. Therefore, the treatment will handle nasal congestion with ease, and relax your body like a bowl of hot chicken soup.
Yet, it doesn’t mean you can open that bottle and gulp it all down. Excessive alcohol intake will not make you feel better. Alcohol acts as a diuretic, which means it pulls fluid from the body leaving you dehydrated.
With this in mind, be sure to drink only 1 hot toddy per day. Also, when taking this treatment, make sure you drink plenty of water.