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COVID 19 - cause and therapy

COVID 19 – Causes & therapy

Topic overview

  1. COVID 19 – Symptoms
  2. COVID 19 – Causes
  3. COVID 19 – Therapy without clinics and pharmaceuticals
  4. COVID 19 – Conclusion

1. COVID 19 – Symptoms

  • Sore throat/ inflamed throat
  • blocked nose and sinuses
  • Loss of smell
  • Cough
  • Loss of taste
  • Headaches and aching limbs
  • General malaise
  • States of exhaustion
  • Freezing/ shivering

2. COVID 19 – Causes

  • Weakened immune system
  • Psychological stress
  • unhealthy diet
  • Lack of sleep
  • Cold, especially cold feet
  • Oxygen deficiency
  • Environmental toxins
  • Lack of sunlight
  • intestinal flora not intact
  • COVID vaccines
  • Psychosomatic effects/ noncebo effect

3. COVID 19 – Therapy

1. Use natural antibiotics

The perfect natural antibiotics are coconut oil and colloidal silver.
Coconut oil and colloidal silver are effective against countless bacteria, viruses and fungi.

Consume a teaspoon of coconut oil in the morning and a teaspoon in the evening! The consistency of coconut oil causes problems for some people. It can therefore also be dissolved in warm coffee or tea.

I also recommend colloidal silver for very severe infections.

Take 10-15 drops of colloidal silver with a silver content of 15 ppm in the morning and evening.

Other excellent natural antibiotics are garlic, onions, honey and sage.

On the other hand, any kind of pharmaceutical antibiotics should be avoided.

In the treatment of viral diseases, these antibiotics can significantly worsen the course of the disease and lead to a massive increase in the mortality rate.

2. Coconut oil pulling cure

There is hardly a better therapy for treating infections than the oil pulling cure.

I also recommend using coconut oil to achieve maximum effect. However, it is also possible to use olive oil or rapeseed oil, for example.

Take a teaspoonful of oil and run it through your teeth intensively for about 12-15 minutes! The oil should not be swallowed afterwards as it is highly infectious.

Spit it out and then rinse your mouth 3-5 times with warm water.

3. Sufficient oxygen supply

Pathogens do not like oxygen. When you’re ill, it’s quite common to make the mistake of staying inside all day.

Because you don’t want to freeze under any circumstances, ventilation is inadequate or non-existent and these two factors lead to a lack of oxygen.

These are ideal conditions for a long-lasting cold or flu.

Depending on the size of the room, it should therefore be ventilated three times a day for three minutes. I also recommend a quarter of an hour’s exercise in the fresh air every day. For both measures, you should dress well enough and never freeze.

4. Blowing your nose properly

Some of you may smile at this, but blowing your nose properly is actually very important.

The human organism tries to remove metabolic waste products and toxins from the lower respiratory tract to the upper respiratory tract and from there to the outside.

Think of it like a blocked pipe. Your body, or more precisely your bronchial tubes, try to remove the mucus into the upper airways. If you do not remove the blockage in the nasal cavities or even “pull back” the mucus, these attempts will be in vain.

The following two points should therefore be noted.

  • When blowing your nose, keep one nostril closed and try to get the mucus out with all your might! Wiping your nose lightly with a handkerchief is not advisable.
  • Repeat the process as long as you have the feeling that there is still loose mucus in your nose, which can be loosened with a little effort! This can also be 3 handkerchiefs at once.
5. Cough up loosened mucus

This treatment approach is similar to the previous one.

  • Be sure to spit out any loosened mucus and do not swallow it again!
    These are often bacteria and viruses that have already been killed off. Nevertheless, it places an unnecessary burden on your body and toxins are also released from bacteria and viruses that have been killed.
  • Cough as long as you feel that you can still expectorate mucus effectively. Coughing just once to get rid of the scratchy throat is not enough.
6. Keep calm, avoid panic

Keep calm and avoid panic as therapy?

One of the main causes of a symptomatic COVID-19 course are psychosomatic effects.

Spreading panic, fear and the belief that you are seriously ill because of a test that says nothing leads to the so-called noncebo effect.

One of the most important therapeutic approaches is therefore to remain calm and avoid panic.

Never focus on whether you already have one of the typical COVID 19 symptoms.

7. Use natural anti-inflammatories

The best natural anti-inflammatories for a sore throat are sage, honey, high-quality herbal lozenges and ginger.

Make sure you use high quality! Ginger can not only be boiled as a tea, but can also be eaten raw when peeled for particularly severe inflammation. The taste is very intense and spicy. The oral mucosa reacts with strong saliva production. Slowly swallow this saliva mixed with ginger, as well as the chewed ginger itself.

8. Avoid cold

Cold weakens our body and pathogens can multiply much faster.

Avoid cold feet in particular and, if necessary, put on several pairs of socks until you feel that your feet are warm.

9. Understanding and treating fever correctly

Unfortunately, the symptom “fever” is usually misunderstood and treated incorrectly. Fever is a healing reaction of the human organism and should be regarded as positive.

Creating this state is an energy expenditure for the body and serves to fight pathogens. A slightly elevated body temperature, but at the latest a temperature of 40 degrees Celsius, is already fatal for countless types of bacteria and viruses. Cancer cells are also extremely susceptible to such temperatures.

Since the significance of fever is not properly understood, fever-reducing medication is used early on. Furthermore, most people start to feel cold at a slightly higher temperature.

What follows is a fierce battle between you and your body. It wants to keep raising the temperature to kill bacteria and viruses. The patient, on the other hand, wants to fight this “evil fever”.

This leads to massive energy losses, as the human organism needs a lot of energy each time to restore the increased temperature.

Therefore, please note the following:

  • A fever of up to 38.5 degrees should not be counteracted! Let your body do its work and support it with all the other options mentioned.
  • For a healthy, athletic person who has no cardiovascular problems, I even recommend deliberately raising the temperature, for example with a hot bath.
    They help your body to build up a temperature to which all pathogens are very susceptible.
    However, the following should be noted:
    – Make sure you are sufficiently hydrated before and during the procedure!
    – Afterwards, consume sufficient minerals and electrolytes!
    – Then cool your body down intensively with a cold shower or cold calf wraps!

Although this measure will weaken the human organism somewhat for the time being, it will not usually induce a new fever afterwards. However, caution is advised for patients with high blood pressure or heart disease.

10. General health promotion

There are many other smaller factors that can have an impact on COVID-19.

A lack of happiness in life, negative stress, lack of exercise poor air quality or inadequate sleep can have a negative impact on our health and in particular on infections.

For many areas there are alternative self-treatment prevention programs for a better lifestyle and better health.

11. Inhalation therapy

The last effective option is inhalation therapy. This should be done if mucus is particularly stuck in the throat and nose.

Put a natural inhalant in a bowl and add boiling water. Lean your face over the bowl and place a towel over your head so that the water does not cool down too quickly and the effect fizzles out.

Inhalation devices are not necessary, but can also be used as an option.

I recommend using natural inhalants. They are cheaper and more effective than inhalants, some of which are synthetic. Eucalyptus oil is particularly effective.

If you happen to have a brine works nearby or live close to the lake, then you should definitely take advantage of it! A graduation house, as it is often called, and the sea air can work wonders.

12. Avoid hospitals and clinics at all costs

COVID 19 is not only a serious infectious disease, but also one of the biggest businesses in the pharmaceutical and hospital industry.

Hospitalization is only recommended if there is an acute danger to life.

Preventive ventilation and treatment with medication, on the other hand, can lead to a dramatic course of the disease in an asymptomatic patient.

Before the appearance of COVID 19 in 2019 and the questionable PCR test, it would have been said that this was a perfectly healthy person.

The procedure and recommendation to ventilate asymptomatic patients and patients with mild to moderate symptoms of infection is clearly discouraged in alternative self-treatment.

Inactive cells, tissue and especially inactive lungs provide the perfect environment for influenza viruses, pneumococci or SARS-CoV-2 viruses to manifest and multiply.

In combination with the administration of antibiotics, this can pose a fatal risk even for healthy people of a young age.

4. Conclusion

COVID 19 is a serious infectious disease that should be treated early on, after the first symptoms of infection appear.

I recommend this procedure for all infectious diseases.

The treatment measures are the same as for the annual colds and flu. This can be started even with mild symptoms.

Even after a positive test, without symptoms of infection, the treatment measures can be implemented as they are completely free of side effects.

On the other hand, panic, antibiotics, fever-reducing medication and artificial respiration should be avoided at all costs.