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Ebola Can Be Prevented and Treated
Naturally-So Why Are These Approaches
Completely Ignored?
October 21,2014
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expensive and can often be self-administered. In addition, they
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Ebola are more likely to have compromised immune systems.
remedies, the"catch-22"of drug economics-that no one wilt £
spend the exorbitant sums needed to run clinical trials if the
product can't be patented and turned into a hugemoney
maker-practically ensures that natural treatments will be
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drug company monopolies was always outrageous. Now with Le
the threat of major and deadly pandemic in sight, it is
completely unacceptable It is essential that voters become
aware of what is going on behind closed doors in Washington
so they can speak up and move the political system-before
millions of lives are needlessly lost and our economy also
dealt a savage blow
In our earlier article, we discussed how silver has been used
as an antimicrobial for thousands of years and has the ability
both to attack viruses and to inhibit their transmission. We
also showed how intravenous vitamin C would be a
tremendous benefit to patients in hospitals and clinics who
have already contracted Ebola
In addition to these approaches, some new research has
uncovered other natural and effective treatments for Ebola
· According to an important study published in the Journal
of Orthomo/ecu/ar Medicine, the Ebola virus seems to be
selenium-dependent-that is, the virus rapidly drains its
host of the mineral selenium, making the patient
vulnerable to high levels of oxidative stress, which in turn
contributes to hemorrhaging and a breakdown of the
immune system. Patients who are already selenium
deficient-as people in developing nations often are, due
to food and nutrition insufficiencies-are most
vulnerable to Ebola.
· Multiple studies have looked at selenium yeast-the
organic form of selenium, which is superior in terms of
bioavailability and metabolism when compared with
inorganic forms of dietary selenium such as selenite-as
having a profound impact on the incidence and
progression of a variety of infectious and degenerative
diseases. There is no question that selenium yeast is
associated with increased ability to counteract oxidative
stress.
· intravenous vitamin C may be useful in hospitals and
clinics, but it isn't offered there, and many patients won't
get that far or might not even be welcome if they did
Such patients might be given high doses of vitamin C in
a liposome version-it is gentler on the body, and can be
gotten to patients in rural areas where medical facilities
may be lacking. Glutathione-also in a liposome version,
if taken orally-helps recirculate vitamin C and helps
strengthen the immune system. Liposomal forms of oral
C are not a substitute for IV C, but any form of C could
help tremendously if given to bowel tolerance.
· Vitamin D is a vital necessity for our immune system to
fight off viruses. Unfortunately, the darker one's skinis
that is, the more melanin one has-the more sunlight one
needs for the body to make its own vitamin D, so
supplementation is critical. Megadoses would be
indicated for patients who have already come in contact
with the Ebola virus. Of course, at the moment, the
dosages the government describes as megadoses barely
get a patient into the upper range of"good"on a blood
test. The current reference range in conventional
medicine for adequate vitamin D in the blood is 30-100
ng/ml. Many people need 10,000 iu a day of
supplemented D just to get above 60. Vitamin D in the
blood is thought by many experts to be most antiviral
around 70 ng/ml.
· Curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, candown
regulate the"cytokine storms"that are often the
immediate cause of death from Ebola and other
pandemic viruses. A cytokine storm is the potentially
fatal immune reaction caused by a positive feedback
loop between cytokines(small proteins that affect
normal cell behavior) and white blood cells. The primary
symptoms of a cytokine storm are high fever, swelling
and redness, extreme fatigue, and nausea.
[n addition to curcumin, omega-3 fatty acids can also
down-regulate the cytokine storm.
· Other natural antivirals being studied include zinc,
vitamins A and B12 (the latter as an adjunct to other
antiviral therapies), and melatonin. Some of the best
integrative doctors consulted by ANH-USA recommend
vitamin A at high doses(over 100,000 iu a day)for its
direct antiviral properties.
ANH-USA staff know a patient who had ultraviolet blood
irradiation in conjunction with intravenous peroxide(among
other things) for Lyme and viral co-infections several years
ago, and it was very effective. The treatment was used in the
1940s and '50s, though it is very difficult to find information
on it as the FDA considers it illegal! Given its mechanism of
action, this treatment may be effective for Ebola Ozone taken
intravenously or rectally is also likely to work, but faces similar
government hostility since it would threaten existing drug
monopolies In a related article, we discuss the use of
ultraviolet therapy in a medical device to disinfect hospitals of
Ebola.

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