A company that sells used tissue to help consumers decide when to get sick has reportedly been out of print online for months.
The fabrics created by Vaev and sold online at $ 79.99 will help people "prepare for the flu season and feel clear all year round," the company's website says "When the flu season returns, you should be able to get sick on your terms," notes the Los Angeles-based company online. "We believe using a tissue that carries a human sneeze is safer than needles or pills."
The company states that the fabric "is specifically treated with organic ingredients, is not prescription-free, and works hand-in-hand with the human body." Keep your immune system as your immune system. "
Oliver Niessen, the company's 34-year-old founder, told TIME that the idea behind the product is "to choose" when you get sick, rather than deal with it Of course, it comes. 19659007] "That kind of freedom to choose that kind of luxury – I mean, we're adjusting everything in our lives and doing everything the way we want it to be, so why not treat illness that way? ", He said. 19659005] CLICK HERE TO OBTAIN THE FOX NEWS APP
Most customers who buy used towels are "young parents and people in their 20s" who are skeptical of vaccines and are looking for "alternatives" , says Niessen.
There are no vaccines for the common cold. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the best way to protect yourself from the symptoms of a cold – sore throat, runny nose, sneezing and coughing – is to frequently wash your hands and stay away from others and be touched of facial openings where germs can enter the body.