There’s nothing more important than knowing your health before you buy any medicine, so the best way to protect yourself from any side effects of a new or old medicine is to do your research.
A common health concern for many is cold soreness.
According to research by Dr. Roberta Smith, a gastroenterologist at Vanderbilt University, the cold sore sensation can be the result of a variety of things, including the lack of nutrients and electrolytes, dehydration, over-hydration and over-exercising.
In addition to cold sore symptoms, there are other possible causes of a cold, such as a cold sore in the lower back or neck, a sore in your chest, a flu-like symptoms or a cold in the throat.
It is important to talk with your doctor about these other possible triggers of a bad cold, so you can be prepared for the cold and other symptoms you may experience.
For the most part, a cold should be mild and can be easily controlled.
There are many herbal remedies to treat colds, but the most effective ones are often listed on Amazon or Health.com.
The herbs are different, but you may have some that work for you.
A few herbs to look for are clove, rosemary, oregano, thyme, sage, bay leaf and cilantro.
Other herbs that work well are fennel, parsley, parsnip, basil, thymes, chives and fennet.
All of these can be used as cold remedies.
When you’re shopping for a herbal remedy, you should always be aware of the potential side effects that could occur if you use the medicine, Smith said.
So make sure to talk to your doctor before you take a medicine.
This is a good time to talk about any allergies you may be having, as many herbs are known to aggravate allergies, according to Smith.
If you have any questions about herbal remedies, talk to a healthcare professional.
A cold sore can be a common side effect of certain medicines, but this is not a reason to avoid them, Smith noted.
If your doctor suggests a new medicine for you, he or she should discuss its benefits and side effects.