What are viruses?
Mar 01, 2020
Virus’s are very tiny germs, much smaller then bacteria. They are made up of genetic material with an outside protein exterior. They have some unique characteristics.
- They are not able to make protein like some other cells.
- They are totally dependent on their host for survival.
- They can reproduce while inside the host cell.
- A strong immune system can keep viruses from multiplying.
- Im a compromised immune system, the virus inserts it’s genetic material into the cell and begins to produce more viruses in the host cell.
- Each virus has a unique shape, and is attracted to very specific organs in the body.
It is generally accepted that once a virus is in the cell it seldom leaves. Medication, vitamins and herbs that have proven to be effective simply suppress the virus and limit its ability to reproduce. A strong immune system is the key to prevention. The key elements of this strategy are:
- Eating a variety of whole foods.
- 2000mg or vitamin C
- 50-90ng/ml of vitamin D3
- 1000-2000mg of Omega 3 oils.
- Vitamin B complex with 400mg of magnesium.
- Regular exercise.
- Manage Stress
- Plenty of quality Sleep
- Wash your hands with soap
- Use Total Balance mineral formula: Green Élixir
- Avoid putting hands to your face
- Avoid anyone who is experiencing flu or cold symptoms
- At the first sign of any cold or flu symptoms begin a fairly aggressive protocol.
- 10-20ppm dose of Colloïdal Silver
- Herbs such as elderberry, calendula, astragalus root, Licorice root, and olive leaf have been helpful at strengthening the immune system while providing anti-viral properties.