Cold

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The common cold is a viral infection of your upper respiratory tract — your nose and throat.

Topical

Apply 2 to 5 drops each of Cinnamon, Oregano, Clove and Lemon to the sole of the feet every 20 minutes until symptoms subside.

Place 1 drop of RC, Raven blend, Eucalyptus, Peppermint or Deep Relief blend under the nose, and rub 2 to 4 drops each on the upper chest.

cold

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
cold (adjective)
1.
a) having or being a temperature that is uncomfortably low for humans - it is cold outside today a cold drafty attic
b) having a relatively low temperature or one lower than normal or expected - the bath water has gotten cold
c) not heated as
(1) of food served without heating especially after initial cooking or processing - cold cereal cold roast beef
(2) served chilled or with ice - a cold drink
(3) involving processing without the use of heat - cold working of steel
2.
a) marked by a lack of the warmth of normal human emotion, friendliness, or compassion - a cold stare got a cold reception , also not moved to enthusiasm - the movie leaves me cold
b) not colored or affected by personal feeling or bias - detached indifferent cold chronicles recorded by an outsider Andrew Sarris , also - impersonal objective cold facts cold reality
c) marked by sure familiarity - pat had her lines cold weeks before opening night
3.
conveying the impression of being cold as
a) - depressing gloomy cold gray skies
b) - cool
4.
a) marked by the loss of normal body heat - cold hands , especially - dead
b) giving the appearance of being dead - unconscious passed out cold
5.
a) having lost freshness or vividness - stale dogs trying to pick up a cold scent
b) far off the mark not close to finding or solving - used especially in children's games
c) marked by poor or unlucky performance - the team's shooting turned cold in the second half
d) not prepared or suitably warmed up
cold (noun)
1.
bodily sensation produced by loss or lack of heat - they died of the cold
2.
a condition of low temperature - extremes of heat and cold , especially cold weather
3.
a bodily disorder popularly associated with chilling , specifically - common cold
cold (adverb)
1.
with utter finality - absolutely completely turned down cold , also - abruptly stopped them cold
2.
a) without introduction or advance notice - walked in cold to apply for a job
b) without preparation or warm-up - was asked to perform the solo cold
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
cold (adjective)
1.
having a low or subnormal temperature
SYNONIMS:
algid, arctic, bitter, bone-chilling, chill, chilly, coldish, cool, coolish, freezing, frigid, frosty, gelid, glacial, ice-cold, icy, nipping, nippy, numbing, polar, shivery, snappy, wintry ( wintery)
RELATED WORDS:
cryogenic, subfreezing, subzero, ultracold; cutting, keen, penetrating, piercing, sharp; bracing, brisk, crisp, invigorating, rigorous; chilled, cooled, frosted, frozen, iced, refrigerated, unheated
NEAR ANTONYMS:
lukewarm, tepid; heated, overheated, reheated, warmed; snug, toasty, warm; feverish, flushed, inflamed ( enflamed); canicular, equatorial, muggy, steamy, summery, tropical
ardent, blazing, boiling, broiling, burning, fervent, fervid, fiery, glowing, hot, igneous, molten, piping hot, red-hot, roasting, scalding, scorching, searing, seething, sizzling, sultry, sweltering, torrid, ultrahot, warming, white-hot
cold (adjective)
2.
lacking in friendliness or warmth of feeling
SYNONIMS:
antiseptic, arctic, brittle, chill, chilly, clammy, cold-blooded, cold-eyed, coldish, cool, frigid, frosty, frozen, gelid, glacial, hard-eyed, icy, unfriendly, unsympathetic, wintry ( wintery)
RELATED WORDS:
bloodless, coldhearted, hard-hearted, heartless, kindless, pitiless, uncaring, unfeeling; reserved, soulless, undemonstrative, unemotional, unresponsive; apathetic, indifferent, unenthusiastic, uninterested; aloof, detached, dispassionate, impersonal, offish, standoffish; antisocial, unsociable, unsocial
NEAR ANTONYMS:
compassionate, kind, kindhearted; demonstrative, emotional, expressive; eager, enthusiastic, passionate
cordial, friendly, genial, happy, hearty, sympathetic, warm, warm-blooded, warmhearted
cold (adjective)
3.
having or showing a lack of friendliness or interest in others
SYNONIMS:
aloof, antisocial, asocial, buttoned-up, cold, cold-eyed, detached, distant, dry, frosty, offish, remote, standoff, standoffish, unbending, unclubbable, unsociable
RELATED WORDS:
indrawn, introverted, nongregarious, recessive, reclusive, reserved, unsocial, withdrawn; misanthropic; apathetic, hard, indifferent, unconcerned; clinical, dispassionate, impersonal, professional; disinterested, incurious, uninterested; reticent, silent, taciturn, uncommunicative; diffident, shy, timid; cliquey, cliquish, clubbish
NEAR ANTONYMS:
boon, clubbable ( clubable), clubby, companionable, convivial, extroverted ( extraverted), gregarious, outgoing; communicative, expansive, garrulous, talkative; affable, folksy, genial, gracious, hospitable; agreeable, amiable, congenial, kindly, neighborly
cordial, friendly, sociable, social, warm
cold (adjective)
4.
having lost consciousness
SYNONIMS:
cold, insensible, senseless
RELATED WORDS:
semiconscious; anesthetized; collapsed
NEAR ANTONYMS:
alert, awake, aware, up; resuscitated, revived
conscious
cold (adjective)
5.
causing or marked by an atmosphere lacking in cheer
SYNONIMS:
black, bleak, cheerless, chill, Cimmerian, cloudy, cold, comfortless, dark, darkening, depressing, depressive, desolate, dire, disconsolate, dismal, drear, dreary, dreich, elegiac ( elegiacal), forlorn, funereal, glum, godforsaken, gray ( grey), lonely, lonesome, lugubrious, miserable, morbid, morose, murky, plutonian, saturnine, sepulchral, solemn, somber ( sombre), sullen, sunless, tenebrific, tenebrous, wretched
RELATED WORDS:
blue, dejected, depressed, despondent, disconsolate, down, droopy, hangdog, inconsolable, low, melancholic, melancholy, mirthless, sad, unhappy, woebegone, woeful; dim, discomfiting, discouraging, disheartening, dismaying, dispiriting, distressful, distressing, upsetting; desperate, hopeless, pessimistic; lamentable, mournful, plaintive, sorrowful; colorless, drab, dull; dour, grim, lowering ( louring), lowery ( loury), menacing, negative, oppressive, threatening
NEAR ANTONYMS:
blithe, blithesome, buoyant, gay, jocund, jolly, joyful, joyous, merry, mirthful; encouraging, hopeful, optimistic; lighthearted, lightsome
bright, cheerful, cheering, cheery, comforting, cordial, festive, friendly, gay, heartwarming, sunshiny
cold (adjective)
6.
no longer living
SYNONIMS:
asleep, breathless, cold, deceased, defunct, demised, departed, fallen, gone, late, lifeless, low
RELATED WORDS:
extinct; dying, fading, moribund; stillborn; finished, lapsed, terminated; inanimate, insensate, nonliving
NEAR ANTONYMS:
animated; dynamic, lively, thriving, vibrant, vital, vivacious; active, functioning, operative, running
alive, animate, breathing, going, live, living, quick
cold (noun)
a weather condition marked by low temperatures
SYNONIMS:
cold wave, deep freeze, freeze, snap
RELATED WORDS:
cold front; frost; bite, chill, chilliness, chillness, coldness, frigidness, nip, wintriness
NEAR ANTONYMS:
dog days; torridity, torridness
heat, heat wave
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