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frequent cold

i have frequent cold problem with reddened eye and itching,thin white discharge and sneeze frequently.i become irritated at everything.also whenever it comes lasts for several days.also i have allergic problems too.so plz help me
  sujit4uwbslg on 2011-08-28
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The 3 remedies listed below will help your Catarrh and will also build up your resistance to colds and coughs caused by virus infection.

Take 4 pellets of each remedy sublingually precisely in the order given 2-3 hours apart.

1 Calcarea Carb 30c
2 Phosphorous 30c
3 Lycopodium 30c

Please note that these remedies may not be taken on a regular basis and may only be repeated monthly if necessary.

Report progress in 48 hours after you have completed the course.

Stop all other drugs that you may be taking today as these remedies will be antidoted by them.
Joe De Livera last decade

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