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Since the government will not do what is necessary to protect you from Ebola, this is being provided:

 

FOUND ON THE INTERNET

Ebola checklist: 5 steps you can take TODAY
Prepared by the Health Sciences Institute

Each day the Ebola news gets worse. The number of infections is rising. Our hospitals are not ready for the challenge.

It’s clear our government doesn’t have a clue how to keep you and your family safe. That’s why the Health Sciences Institute has developed this essential list of five simple things you can do RIGHT NOW to stay safe from Ebola.

Step #1: Avoid commercial travel: Dozens of travelers from Ebola-ravaged regions are arriving at American airports each day. Remember that even common sense precautions like surgical masks will not fully protect you from the Ebola virus.

Step #2: Prepare your immune system: Some of the best supplements for this purpose include probiotics, echinacea, olive leaf extract, sambucus (also called elderberry), zinc and vitamin C.

For vitamin C, use the “bowel tolerance” test — take as much (start with 5,000-8,000 mg.) that your bowels will tolerate. For probiotics, look for labels that specifically indicate live, living, or active cultures.

Step #3: Try to stay out of the hospital: Avoid risky situations that could land you in the ER. A recent survey of nurses found that 80 percent had received no Ebola training, which puts ALL hospital patients at risk.

Step #4: Start taking silver NOW: Colloidal silver has been used for centuries to treat infections, and it may fight Ebola the same way it’s been shown to stop similar viruses. Colloidal silver is well known for its ability to kill microbes and even antibiotic resistant superbugs.

Starting a silver regimen now will give you an upper hand if you should contract Ebola or any other virus. Colloidal silver can be found online, in big drug store chains and stores like GNC.

Step #5: Track down these promising treatments in your market: Some of the most effective Ebola treatments are not available at every doctor’s office or hospital — but you’ll likely find them within driving distance. They include:
Hydrogen peroxide therapy: Intravenous hydrogen peroxide has already been highly effective against similar hemorrhagic diseases such as dengue hemorrhagic fever, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever, Omsk hemorrhagic fever and more.
Intravenous vitamin C: IVC is specifically designed to stop bacterial and viral infections. Dr. Robert Cathcart, an IVC pioneer, recommends “at least” 180 grams of IVC every 24 hours to control symptoms and bring down fevers.
Ozone: Ozone therapy has been used for more than a century for hard-to-treat illnesses ranging from infectious diseases to diabetes. The oxygen produced by ozone therapy helps neutralize viruses and build your immune system.

Finding hydrogen peroxide, IVC and ozone treatments locally can be a challenge. The American College for Advancement in Medicine can help you find an alternative health provider who can point you in the right direction.

Also ask your doctor to write a note requesting hydrogen peroxide, IVC and ozone be used as a front-line treatment if you get sick.

Stop waiting for our government to protect you from Ebola — it’s time to take action to keep yourself and your family safe.

END

China has a very good Ebola Protection Plan in place.

Why does the United States government fail in this?

Individuals now in quarantine in Connecticut.

Ebola is spreading.

Look up on the internet to see what ebola does to people.

Do you want this to happen to a family member?

Protect your family as the government cannot.

 

 

The facts no one wants to read.

Comments and referrals to this blog would be greatly appreciated.

 

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Written by solutions777

October 23, 2014 at 8:06 pm

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