Boost your immune system NATURALLY
& fight respiratory tract
VIRAL infection

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Eat lots of different fruits & vegetables * (especially from Cruciferous and Allium family)
Herbs & Spices (especially oregano, thyme, sage, mint, turmeric, ginger)
Vitamin C rich foods (e.g. bell pepper, orange, kiwi, strawberries, broccoli etc.)
Vitamin D supplement (see dosage)**
Drink herbal teas (e.g. green tea and others)
Fermented foods (e.g. sauerkraut)
Oats and Mushrooms (for immune boosting beta-glucans)
Brazil nut daily (for selenium)
Hemp/Pumpkin seeds (for zinc)
Quit smoking & Limit alcohol
Adequate sleep
Reduce stress
Exercise regularly
Laugh more

*organic is best.
**should be taken with largest meal of the day [reference].

Supplements to consider: Vitamin C (see dosage if symptomatic), N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC), olive leaf extract, elderberry syrup, echinacea, nigella sativa.

At first symptoms (e.g. feeling not quite right, loss of smell, runny nose, headache, sensitive throat, body aches, temperature, cough etc), the following could be done throughout the day:
Iodine 0.5-1% mouthwash (gargle 2mins then spit) ~1tbsp. This can also be used as a nasal rinse for short term use, see below.
Virgin Coconut oil (gargle 2mins then swallow) ~1/2 tsp
Salt water (gargle 2mins then spit) - may only be somewhat effective.
Green tea (gargle 2mins then spit). Ordinary black tea may also work. May only be somewhat effective.
Best: Any mouthwash with cetylpyridinium chloride (e.g. Tesco/Asda own brand mouthwash, Colgate Plax or Total) or Chlorhexidine/Corsodyl or Listerine Cool Mint mouthwash, thrice daily. [reference] [reference 2]

The above could also be done intermittently as a prophylactic. For additional effect some do nasal rinsing, e.g. salt water solution in a neti-pot or a 1% baby shampoo water solution (note that the water must be boiled then cooled for nasal rinsing purposes), twice daily. (Note: 1ml = 20 drops)

If you have access to prescription Ivermectin see here for dosage [references].
If allergic to any of the above then avoid. Please share this article with others if you found it helpful. Thanks.

Sample references:

Fruits & Vegetables, Stress, Exercise, Laughter, Smoking, Sleep:

Herbs & Spices:

Vitamin C: (see dosage)

Vitamin D:

Herbal teas (e.g. green tea and others, can also be used to gargle)
Add lemon or pinch of VitC powder to green tea.

Fermented foods: (how to make)

Oats & Mushrooms:

Brazil nut (selenium):

Hemp/Pumpkin seeds:
salt water gargling & coronavirus study (reduced duration by 2.5 days)

Iodine (e.g. Lugols, Betadine) mouthwash: (0.23% concentration used)

Virgin Coconut Oil:

Olive leaf extract:

Elderberry (prophylactic use):



Medical Disclaimer:

This presentation offers health information for educational purposes only. You should not rely on this information as a substitute for, nor does it replace, professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. If you have any health concerns please consult with your own physician. The use of any information in this article is at your own risk.

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