fluish

fluish

(ˈfluːɪʃ)
adj
1. (Medicine) having flu-like symptoms; like someone who has the flu
2. archaic weak; feeble; haggard
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Eight years ago, when she was a commercial property lawyer aged 36, she said that she felt 'fluish' one day, but was unconscious within 24 hours.
Gelsemium (yellow jasmine) is one medicine that often works for jet lag, because people who need it often feel dull, drowsy, and droopy or fluish. We have also had good results personally using the commercial combination homeopathic, No Jet Lag, which is taken every few hours during the flight and afterwards if needed.
The older children have taken turns parked in front of the office television, feeling fluish and wrapped in winter coats.