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Here’s the recipe of the “Big Twelve” antiviral herbs identified through the research:
• Echinacea• Astragalus• Cat’s Claw• St. John’s Wort• Olive Leaves• Licorice• Ginger• Lemon Balm• Garlic• Shiitake Mushrooms• Onion• Green Tea
As you can see, this list is a combination of Amazon herbs, Chinese herbs, Japanese mushrooms and Western herbs.
Originally posted by Valhall
Don't know if this has been posted yet, but your family should have a supply of N95 or R95 masks. What we need to find out on these is how long they can be used before you replace one.
Good thread, Mayet.
p.s. Cranberry juice.
Originally posted by Mayet
1, Tamiflu prescriptions
2, Relenza prescriptions
3, Flu Vaccination shots
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Originally posted by AmethystWolf
Who really wants to live in a world that requires these kind of measures just to exist? Would you be living or just surviving?
On the other side of the coin, as you’ll see below, you can find three different sides on every issue regarding what to do or not do in preparation for H5N1 when it comes to meds and alternatives. You must consider the flu itself, then the “cytokine storm”, then secondary infections which could be as deadly as the flu itself, primarily bacterial pneumonia. All of us will be under enormous stress, which will weaken our immune systems in general. It is far, far too easy to lose hope, focus, or your sanity trying to figure out best options on this keystone of your preparations.
I cannot tell what the “best” options are regarding this topic. I can only tell you what I am going to do and provide you with links to make your own analysis from which to take what you consider proper precautions.
*I sincerely and strongly warn you to not fall into the trap of becoming obsessive in the process of seeking answers, because much of this will come down to what your common sense says is worthwhile once you’ve heard all sides. And when you’ve hit a reasonable level of preparation, step back and take a breath or three before you do anything else.
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