Colds and flu brews from around the world

December 1998
Total Health;Dec98/Jan99, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p14
Gives some advice for the treatment of colds and flu. How people catch cold virus; Steps in recovering from colds and flu; Herbal treatment for cold virus.


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