How To Cure The Flu Through Your Feet

As Winter fast approaches, so does the flu season and nothing can make us more miserable than endless bouts of coughing, red, runny noses and high temperatures. For most of us, the seasonal flu is an inconvenience we can do without. Thankfully, we can get anti-flu shots these days but, even vaccines don't always prevent a dose of the sniffles. While there are some very good flu remedies available to purchase over the counter, there are still some traditional ones that are worth giving a go before you go running to your local drug store. It may initially sound like an unlikely combination, but feet and onions are synonymous in forming an alternative cure for flu-like symptoms. Considering the feet are intrinsically connected to the brain through minute touch receptors, it's worth remembering that they send integral messages to our brains. The brain filters the message and then goes on to make necessary adjustments to the body. To conclude, the feet that we stand and walk on, can act like emergency doctors, but just how does that work in conjunction with peeled onions?
The under-the-foot wrap is an old remedy and very effective when used to treat flu, fever, sinusitis and upper respiratory disorders in general. It works on the same basic principles that we find used in reflexology; the intimate link that exists between the sole of the foot and the rest of the body. This type of wrap is suitable for children aged six months and older and of course their adult counterparts. It's effective, cheap and easy to put together and doesn't require you to have to go out when you're feeling under the weather.
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