7 unusual cold remedies

Can playing jazz boost immunity? Can cold, wet socks relieve congestion? Some swear by these methods. Next time you feel a cold coming on, ditch the over-the-counter meds and try these unusual remedies

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Uncommon natural remedies

Your nose is dripping like a faucet, your throat is sore and your head feels like it might explode. You’ve caught a cold, again. Ever thought of trying wet socks to relieve congestion or playing jazz to boost immunity?

If you’re sick of over-the-counter meds, we’ve got seven effective but uncommon natural remedies to help you combat the common cold.

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