Step Aside, Chicken Soup: Eight Cold Elixirs
No matter where you live or what language you speak, the symptoms of a cold are understood the world over -- no translation required: Your throat feels sore; your nose runs; you might cough or sneeze; and your body aches.
It's time to crawl under the covers and get the extra rest you need.
But a cold virus will need some coaxing to hit the road. Colds rarely make a quick exit and usually take about a week to run their course.
That's where the time-honored tradition of folk medicine comes into play.