CO2 Treatments for Coronavirus

A global push to slow the spread of the coronavirus has put more than 1.7 billion people confined to their homes. All of these people need some simple treatments they can do. The perfect treatments for coronavirus need to be safe, widely available, inexpensive, easy to administer and of course effective. The good news is … Continue reading CO2 Treatments for Coronavirus

The Most Vulnerable Die First

Two years ago I wrote: The CDC has called the 2017-2018 flu an epidemic and in England it’s a pandemic filling up hospitals until its standing room only. They are reporting that more than 50 patients at a time had been left waiting for beds in casualty units, with 120 patients a day being managed … Continue reading The Most Vulnerable Die First

Black Monday and the Collapse of Everything

That worst-case isn’t here yet, or is it? They are already calling today Black Monday as things crash hard all over the planet. At the opening bell the Dow is down 1,884 points or 7.9% making it the greatest collapse of value in history. “It’s an absolute bloodbath,” writes Graham Summers. Ignore events at your … Continue reading Black Monday and the Collapse of Everything

Medical Apocalypse Drives the World

That worst-case isn’t here yet, but social activity is grinding to a halt. What we are witnessing is a rapid shift in world fortunes without precedent. Just one example is the airline industry, whose level of activity is dropping like a stone. Airports around the world support ecosystems of restaurants, stores, taxis and hotels that … Continue reading Medical Apocalypse Drives the World

Vitamin D and the Flu

One of the greatest triggers of influenza, the swine flu and deaths from pulmonary deficiency is vitamin D deficiency. One of the biggest reviews of the role of vitamin D in health found that people who took supplements of the vitamin for six years reduced their risk of dying from all causes. Studies have already suggested that … Continue reading Vitamin D and the Flu

Natural Allopathic Emergency Medicine for Flu

Five years ago, I published an intelligent protocol against influenza that involves the use of the basic emergency room and intensive care medicines that are an integral part of Natural Allopathic Medicine. Magnesium chloride, iodine, sodium bicarbonate, selenium, vitamin C and vitamin D3 (if possible through sun exposure) are all medicines that help patients resist … Continue reading Natural Allopathic Emergency Medicine for Flu

The World Is Running Out Of Time

That worst-case isn’t here yet, the WHO insists. It isn’t convinced that countries outside China need more draconian measures, but it pointed to spikes in cases in Iran and South Korea to warn that time may be running out to contain the virus. Meanwhile in Italy 10 cities are now in lockdown as is the third largest … Continue reading The World Is Running Out Of Time

Vitamin D Adjusts Epigenetic Marks That Could Hinder A Baby’s Health

Even though it’s common for expectant mothers to have low vitamin D levels, it’s essential to the health and proper development of the baby. A low amount of vitamin D is associated with poor fetal growth, childhood obesity, bone density, and bone mineral content. Interestingly, key functions of the placenta – like transporting nutrients to the growing … Continue reading Vitamin D Adjusts Epigenetic Marks That Could Hinder A Baby’s Health

Iodine Allergy: The Truth Behind Your Allergic Reaction

Source: Iodine Allergy: The Truth Behind Your Allergic Reaction by Dr. Edward Group Iodine is an essential trace mineral needed for the body’s production of thyroid hormones, which regulate metabolism – the chemical reactions that occur in every cell in the body and provide energy for life. So how could someone be allergic to a vital … Continue reading Iodine Allergy: The Truth Behind Your Allergic Reaction

What’s the Best Time to Take Vitamins?

Source: What’s the Best Time to Take Vitamins? by Dr. Edward Group You wake up, stretch, and focus on your day before heading into the kitchen to start your morning routine. Along with a tall glass of water, perhaps herbal tea and a nutritious breakfast, you get pumped for the day by beginning your supplement regime. … Continue reading What’s the Best Time to Take Vitamins?