Inductive Nasal Device

Norman Lake's cure for the common cold. Otherwise known as the "IND".

the temperature in the nose normally is around 91 degrees, making it an ideal breeding ground for the rhinoviruses, he said. Lake contends that this is where his idea has merit. By clamping the nose for up to an hour, the temperature inside rises to around 98 degrees and the cold never gets a chance to take root.

More info: Chicago Tribune - Nov 20, 1985

Chambersburg Public Opinion - Apr 23, 1982

Arizona Republic - May 8, 1982

     Posted By: Alex - Mon Sep 10, 2018
     Category: Health | Inventions | Cures for the common cold | 1980s

It sure works to keep water out of your nose when you swim, at least.
Posted by Yudith on 09/10/18 at 11:52 AM
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