Fighting Coronavirus Naturally with the Immune System

Disease is the result when our immune system is not at peak performance. Two major factors that suppress our immunity and rob our health are poor diet and toxic chemical exposure. “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” – wise words spoken by Ben Franklin. It’s easier to fight off bacteria and viruses when you’re still healthy rather than wait until you’re sick. So the best medicine is to stay healthy with peak immunity.  But even if you catch a virus, the treatment is the same as when you were healthy as there is no specific medicine, treatment or vaccine against coronavirus.

SUPPLEMENTS THAT MAY HELP IMMUNE SYSTEM:

  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin E
  • Calcium
  • Omega-3 essential fatty acids
  • Cats claw
  • Ginseng
  • Ginger root
  • Echinacea
  • Elderberry (sambucus)
  • Astragalus
  • DHEA
  • Iodine
  • Zinc
  • Lactoferrin
  • Red algae
  • Cold Snap
  • Esberitox
  • Olive leaf
  • Umckaloabo (Umcka)

STAY HEALTHY WITH: 

  • Proper Diet of nutrient rich foods and natural supplements
  • Stay Well Hydrated, drink lots of pure clean water
  • Exercise and stay active
  • Avoid Environmental poisons and processed foods
  • Avoid Toxic food additives, sugar, HFC, GMO, trans-fats, white flour, etc
  • Maintain Positive Mental Gratitude Attitude
  • Properly functioning nervous system with Chiropractic care.

The influenza pandemic of 1917-1918 claimed more lives than World War I. During this epidemic, chiropractors noticed their patients had a lower fatality rate than the general population. The osteopathic literature published an article estimating the fatality rate from the flu was 5 to 6%, while those under spinal manipulative care was only 0.25% which the author to conclude spinal lesions depress the immune system, therefore correcting the lesions assist immune function. More recent research has found white blood cells increase following chiropractic adjustments.

References:

  1. Riley GW. Osteopathic success in the treatment of influenza and pneumonia. J Am Osteopathic Assn, 1919; 18:565.
  2. Brennan PC, et al. Immunologic correlates of reduced spinal mobility. Proceedings of the 1991 International Conference on Spinal Manipulation (FCER):118.
  3. Brennan PC, et al. Enhance phagocytic cell respiratory burst induced by spinal manipulation. J Manipulative Physiol Ther1991;14:399.
  4. Selano JL, et al. The effects of specific upper cervical adjustments on the CD4 counts of HIV positive patients. Chiropractic Research J 1994;3:32.
  5. Todres-Masarsky M, Masarsky CS. The Somatovisceral Interface: Further Evidence. In Masarsky CS, Todres-Masarsky M (editors). Somatovisceral Aspects of Chiropractic: An Evidence-Based Approach, 2001, Churchill Livingstone, New York.

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