posted on Aug, 1 2012 @ 09:52 AM
I hope to never, ever have to put this theoretical hemorrhagic fever treatment to the test, but recent studies indicate that there do exist potential
cures which include the following:
Licorice root: In scientific studies utilizing infected small mammals, the test subjects were given massive doses of powdered licorice root. Those
receiving the extreme doses were able to ward off and survive the rodent epidemic.
The approximate translation to humans would be 5 grams of powdered root 2-3 times/day, which might prove difficult for a truly sick patient to ingest.
If, however, one suspects that they have been exposed to the disease, then taking these large doses may prevent full-blown infection.
A huge note of caution, however: Licorice root consumption, particularly at these doses, will cause rapid potassium depletion. In order to prevent
heart failure associated with rapid potassium loss, a potassium supplement must then be taken with the licorice root.
Another scourge of this group of diseases is the bleed-outs. (Hence the name.) Although one might think that thinning the blood in a bleeding
situation might be the worst thing you could do, it is actually the associated clotting that goes on that can kill you. Thus, theoretically one should
also take unbuffered aspirin (with NO other additives) at 500mgs, 2-3 times per day.
And for those patients who simply can’t get anything down, or even for those who are trying to prevent infection after possible exposure, I cannot
say enough about the utilization of magnesium chloride. The standard protocol, for ANY acute, infectious disease, is as follows:
Create a 2.5% magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate solution by dissolving 25 grams of crushed magnesium chloride crystals in one liter of water. This should
be enough to last for a number of doses.
The ORAL dosage chart PER DOSE is as follows (as per Professor Piere Delbet, MD, who is now long-deceased):
Children under 6 months: 15 cc’s of the above solution
Children 6 months or older: 30 cc’s of the above solution
Children 1-2 years old: 60 cc’s of the above solution
Children 3 years old: 80 cc’s of the above solution
Children 4 years old: 100 cc’s of the above solution
Children 5 or older & adults: 125 cc’s of the above solution
Now for the frequency of dosing: In ACUTE diseases, such as ebola, give the first two doses three hours apart. After the second dose, wait six hours
and give a third dose. Continue to give doses EVERY 6 hours, throughout the 24-hour cycle. As improvement is seen, reduce the dosage to every 8 hours,
and then 12 hours, as improvement continues. Once the patient appears cured, CONTINUE to give doses every 12 hours for a number of days.
Now for those patients who might be in bad shape, we would have to resort to IV injections. Just make sure everything is sterilized, of course, before
getting the solution ready. To make the solution, simply dissolve 25 grams of magnesium chloride into 100 cc’s of DISTILLED water. Make injections
of 10-20cc’s of the solution 1-2 times per day. (In the case of ebola, I would almost certainly start with 2/day.) NOTE: the injections should be
given very slowly, it should take you 10-20 minutes to give one injection (figure one cc/minute). Too fast, and you are going to harm the patient.
Polio has been cured using this protocol, another supposedly incurable disease.