Not at my best.

When I was younger I rarely got sick.  And those few times I got a common cold I usually got over it in a few days.

Well I’ve got a holiday cold now and it looks like it’s going the full 7-10 days that Wikipedia says in normal.

I hate being normal.

About On the North River

Forty years toiled in the Tel-com industry, married for 36 years widowed at sixty-one. New girlfriend at sixty-five. Was a Tea Party supporter. Today a follower of the Last American President to be honestly elected, Donald J. Trump.
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5 Responses to Not at my best.

  1. David J. Barrus says:

    It’s rare, but when I come down with a cold, I take Cold-Eeze Zinc Lozenges. Within five days, it’s gone.


    • Thanks David.
      I’ve been taking 50 cm of zinc daily, also zinc based throat lozenges.
      But I never had to go to those lengths before, colds were rare and gone in three days as I remember.
      We know that the Vac damaged immune systems I wonder if Covid itself leaves a dampening effect on it as well.


  2. Anonymous says:

    Ha, Ha, I”m Not
    No! But Really…….


  3. pjrae54 says:

    My gal got the Kung flu last January, bad enough to be hospitalized. The SOBs tried to give her some Remdisivir and couldn’t understand why I went apeshit on them when they suggested it. She has had some difficulties afterwards, specifically with an elevated pulse that couldn’t be explained. We loaded her up with all sorts of multis, including some others like quercetin, zinc, K2 and lots of D3. Not to mention I picked up some of the dreaded ‘horse dewormer’, and now she’s probably back to 90-95%. Never said the China virus wasn’t legit; just not the Black Plague.
    Hope you’re feeling better soon.
    Merry Christmas.


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