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Article: Cold Snap 101

Cold Snap 101

The season is here, a good time for a refresher course.

  1. Two capsules daily, like a multi-vitamin, to stay strong and keep your chi righteous. 

  2. Have you been exposed? Stressed? New environment? Is everyone around you getting sick? Try the Basic Way: two capsules (=1/4 tsp powder), three times per day.

  3. Is something trying to invade? Are those first signs of a cold or flu taking hold? Try Another Way: two capsules as often as every 20 minutes (up to 24 capsules in a day) followed by two-three days of the Basic Way.

Trying to figure out how you can get your kids to take it? Email our office info@ohco.com for some tips on helping your little ones to stay healthy this season too!  Join our online Facebook community

 

 

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