Paul O’Grady, 64, believes he has a coronavirus and treats it with vinegar

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Paul O’Grady, 64, thinks he caught a coronavirus and treated it with a homemade vinegar mixture (although there is no evidence that it works)

  • He combined apple cider vinegar, garlic and rosemary, lemongrass, parsley and a bay leaf after a similar potion was used to repel plague in the 1600s.
  • The presenter said that he “definitely” has coronavirus although he has not been diagnosed by a doctor
  • Paul had previously resigned from his program on BBC Radio 2 to isolate himself for fear that the current COVID: 19 crisis would affect his heart problems
  • The broadcaster, who has had three heart attacks, is in the NHS risk category
  • Anyone with symptoms should see a doctor

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Paul O’Grady said he believed he had the coronavirus and that he was treating it with a homemade vinegar concoction.

The 64-year-old man told radio presenter Gaby Roslin, 55, that he had combined apple cider vinegar, garlic and rosemary, lemongrass, parsley and a bay leaf after a similar potion was used to repel the plague in the 1600s.

However, there is no evidence that it works and anyone with symptoms should see a doctor.

Call the doctor? Paul O'Grady, 64, told Gaby Roslin that he was convinced he had caught the coronavirus and fought it with a concoction of homemade vinegar from the 1600s

Call the doctor? Paul O’Grady, 64, told Gaby Roslin that he was convinced he had caught the coronavirus and fought it with a homemade vinegar concoction from the 1600s

Paul said, “I’m fine now. Last week, I had flu-like symptoms. I didn’t have a bad cough, I certainly didn’t have the temperature or something like that so I just did it.

“It was then that the heater turned off, it was minus two here and it was very cold and I thought someone had picked it up for me. I am fine now.’

Although he was not diagnosed, Paul is convinced that he actually had the coronavirus.

He said, “Certainly. It strikes, but there are also seasonal fluids and colds, so you have to tell yourself and learn the difference.

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Paul said:

Paul said, “I’m fine now. Last week, I had flu-like symptoms. I didn’t have a bad cough, I certainly didn’t have the temperature or anything like that, so I just got to know ‘

“The coronavirus … you know if you caught this. I lay on the couch with the fire lit and the dogs moaning over me. When you lie on the couch dying or think you are. It was a real exhaustion like Chris Evans too.

Paul admitted that he had prepared the vinegar solution himself, calling it Four Thieves Vinegar.

He said: “In France, during the plague in the 1600s, four thieves were circulating and they knocked down everyone’s houses and robbed the dead. So when they were finally sentenced to be burned at the stake, the magistrate said if you tell us how you “I managed to survive without catching the plague. I will reduce the sentence to the hanging which was great of him.

“Basically, this is the recipe which is apple cider vinegar with as many cloves of garlic as you can take and four different types of herbs to represent the four thieves.

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He said:

He said, “The coronavirus … you know if you caught this. I lay on the couch with the fire lit and the dogs moaning over me. When you lie on the couch dying or think you are. It was exhaustion like Chris Evans too ‘

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