Disease Prevention and Management
Active Measures for Fighting COVID 19
COVID 19 Recommendations:
1. Basic Sanitation and Hand Washing
2. Scarf or Mask Up if you go outside
3. Adhere to CDC Recommendations
4. Eat lots of fruits and vegetables
5. Get out into nature, stand barefoot
6. Vitamin C, Selenium, Green Tea, Coconut Oil
7. Start deep breathing exercises to enhance your lung capacity.
8. Cold showers can be used to boost immune system.
9. Start an exercise program
Traditional Chinese Medicine
On Cold Disease - Shan Han Lun 220 AD
On Warm (Infectious) Disease - Wen Bing - (1798 AD)
4 Stages of Corona Virus Disease
COVID 19 is a respiratory infectious disease and inflammatory condition.
It can progress to pneumonia with a mortality rate 2-5% for those over 65 years of age.
Your symptoms will change the deeper the virus enters your body:
The Chinese Describe it like this
Stage 1: (Initial Defense) - Common Cold
Symptoms - dry cough, sweating, body aches, nasal congestion, possible chills
Recommendations first 3-5 days of contraction:
Vitamin C, Zinc, Selenium, Artestatin Formula, Green Tea, Natural Honey, Gallon of Water, Lianhuaqingwen Formula (based on 202o Peer Reviewed Study)
Stage 2: Qi Level (Neurological)
Qi Level (Energy Systems) - Hot Stage of Infectious Disease
Symptoms: fever, fatigue, yellow nasal congestion, maybe headache
Recommendations for progressed symptoms:
Turmeric, Bio-Active Carbon Minerals, Botanical Clay in H20
"Nobody dies at the qi level" -Chinese Doctor; Wen Bing - 4 Levels - (17th century)
If you have enough vitality to hold strong at this stage, you will survive. If not, it will progress and your symptoms will get worse.
Stage 3: (Nutritive Level): Progression of Disease
Symptoms: Shortness of breath, hacking cough, phlegm and nasal congestion, fatigue, early signs of pneumonia, mucus accumulation, low grade fever
Ying - (Nutritive Level) Blood Level - (Cellular/Organ Level)
Symptoms: severe inflammation, strong pulse, severe fatigue, heat accumulations, shortness of breath, low grade fever
Stage 4: (Emergency Care) - Requires Hospitalization
Xue - (Blood Level) (Organ and CNS Level) - End of Life Care
Symptoms: severe lung obstructions, severe fatigue, edema, difficulty breathing, requires respirator, tissues lose oxygen supply, mortality rate here is 0.4%-3%
Treatment strategy based on individual symptom presentation.
The Human Battery
Do You Have Enough Vitality to Fight Disease?
What is a Virus?
A virus is a protein that has learned how to replicate itself using your own cells.
Is it deadly?
It can progress to pneumonia if you have a weakened or compromised immune system, or other pre-existing conditions: ex; old age. But for the most part it is an mild acute infectious disease.
What makes Corona Virus Different than other viruses?
96% genome match to SARS Virus. It's only a little bit different.
Is it alive or dead?
We don't really know.
Should we be concerned?
Yes, if you have pre-existing conditions? It can eventually progress to pneumonia.
What can we do to get healthy?
Try to get healthy and boost your immune system. Start exercising. There is a long list of things you can do to shift your health towards optimization.
What else can we do?
Wait it out and get healthy!
35 million people get the flu every flu season
60k-80k people die every year globally in the 21st century; we just never took note of it till now.
Flu proteins and viruses always change. Flu proteins can mutate due to environmental changes, pollution, electro-magnetism, radiation, etc.
The flu vaccine changes annually because of this.
There have been 320 large scale epidemics in past 2000 years.
Have had treatment strategies on this topic since 1300 a.d.
To level the curve we must use immune boosting formulas to help manage symptoms and help those who get sick a fighting chance.
Chinese formulas to help assist those who contract the disease. Many plants and roots have anti-viral, anti-oxidant, and re-mineralization properties.
Natural Green Tea and (+)
1. Vitamin C
5. Organic Honey
Additional formulas if disease progresses
Cinnamon - If you feel cold
Ginger - If you feel nauseous