Ayurveda For Common Cold: Cold Symptoms, Cold Medicine, Cold Vs Flu

| January 10, 2019

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A change of every season requires a change in diet and lifestyle. Ayurveda prescribes a distinctive lifestyle and diet to both wards off and beats the common cold and cold systems. Using only natural ingredients, Ayurvedic medicine offers excellent treatment options like cold medicine and remedies. Though you can catch a cold at any time of year, colds are more common during the winter months. This is because most cold-causing viruses thrive in low humidity.1

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