It reduces the swelling and helps the cold sore to heal.Try to rub the ice cube on the cold sore a couple of times a day and avoid scratching for it to have the maximum effect.5. Peppermint oil Peppermint oil is rich in antiviral properties and has methanol, which is good for healing. This makes it an ideal solution for cold sores and safe to use.Soak a cotton ball in peppermint oil and dab gently three times a day.
When you use it, get out of the room until it dries. It’s also pretty powerful stuff. The Steri Fab, when I use it, I leave it on for a good ten minutes, then I wash it off very thoroughly. $25. 701 First Ave. N., Minneapolis; 612 338 8388. At right, in an April 11, 2017, file photo, former New York Knicks basketball player Charles Oakley talks to the press after an appearance in Manhattan Criminal Court, in New York. New York Knicks great Charles Oakley is tired of “bully” team owner James Dolan threatening to ban fans from Madison Square Garden. Oakley, the former NBA enforcer and rebounding machine with the Knicks, said Dolan was wrong to mouth off at a fan who encouraged him to sell the team during a loss at MSG.
This man speaks the truth. Funniest (and most disturbing) “fight” I ever saw was between a 30 something chucklehead with a shaved dome and a Magnum PI mustache vs a skinny mathlete looking guy in his late teens/early 20s who was 1/2 his size. Evidently the big scary man took great offense to having his beer splashed out of his cup when the kid accidentally bumped into him.
In an interview with ESPN Radio’s Michael Kay, Dolan also confirmed a report that he had fired the Garden’s security chief, two nights after Oakley was forcefully removed from his seat and arrested at a Knicks game. Dolan said the firing of the security head stemmed from more than just the handling of the incident.The Knicks said Oakley was “abusive” Wednesday even before reaching his seats in the first quarter, and on Friday distributed a witness report featuring more than a dozen witnesses who described his behavior and their interactions with him.Oakley said he did nothing wrong and thanked fans and players for support in a pair of tweets Friday night, adding that he would hold a press conference next week.The team shared with The a 1 minute security video of moments leading up to the altercation, containing brief clips of Oakley in his seat, talking to a hostess and being confronted by Garden officials. There was no audio.Dolan said Oakley used racial and sexual overtones and that games must remain safe for fans, so he was enforcing the ban.”We are going to put the ban in place and hopefully it won’t be forever,” Dolan said.The Knicks have been criticized by current and former NBA players, as well as some of their fans, for the treatment of Oakley during the game that was televised nationally on ESPN.