Is There a Legitimate, Natural Swine Flu Cure?
Unless you’re living under a rock these days, you’ve heard about the outbreak of Swine Flu. Flu or influenza is common and can be found anywhere in the world.
The medical establishment is rattling the sabre saying it could be a deadly outbreak.
I don’t dispute that. But there is a cure and that cure is inexpensive and readily available. Okay, enough preamble. Want to know what the cure is?
The natural cure for influenza or flu or the swine flu is also easily found — the cure is garlic.
Most think of garlic as a great herb for Asian and Italian cooking, and it is, but many don’t know that it’s actually a medicinal herb as well and a very potent one at that.
In fact, In Russia, garlic has come to be known as the “Russian penicillin” due to its amazing anthelmintic and antiseptic properties.
It was also used extensively in World War I as an antiseptic and in vulnerary application. (Vulnerary remedies refers to applications that are used in the healing or treating of wounds.)
According to researchers, during the Dark Ages in Europe with numerous plagues rampant, those who ate garlic daily were not infected.
It’s hard to believe, isn’t it? Is it hard to believe that the cure for Swine Flu could be something as simple as garlic? I understand your possible skepticism.
To those who know medicinal herbs and homeopathy, though, they’re not surprised.
There is incredible power in simple cures. Here’s a non-swine flue example but it’s a powerful one for sure.
A very powerful antidote for stopping cancer in its tracks is vegetables. When vegetables are eaten raw, especially green vegetables, it has a phenomenal strengthening effect on the body. Just ask Rudy Tomjanovich the former two-time NBA championship winning basketball coach.
As reported in the San Francisco Chronicle on October 21, 2004, Tomjanovich discussed how he overcame bladder cancer. For two months the author writes, “He ate only raw vegetables for two months, [and] dropped nearly 30 pounds…”, and his cancer went in remission.
This is just one of many such stories that are deliberately suppresed by the national broadcast media.
The point here is that cures to our most common 21st century ailments are not found in allopathic medicine, although modern-day medicine is a great blessing to mankind — especially with emergency medicine and anesthesia drugs.
In reality, the marriage of allopathic and homeopathic medicine, especially medicinal herbs, would be ideal if the healing of people were truly desired by the medical establishment.
Vaccines, side-effect-riddled pharmaceutical drugs, and other allopathic cures won’t cure swine flu or the common flu. Garlic will and it’s inexpensive and readily available to all.
Medicinal Uses of Garlic
Here is just a partial list of garlic’s preventative and healing medicinal uses:
- Influenza (flu)
- Skin diseases
- Athlete’s foot
- High blood pressure
- Intestinal disorders
- Bladder weakness
- Nicotine poisoning
- Lip and mouth diseases like ulcers or fissures
- Nerfous and spasmodic coughs
- Ear aches (I can testify to this)
- Poisonous bites and stings
- etc., etc., etc.
Traditional medicine has been using two drugs to counteract Swine Flu — Tamiflu and Relenza. Many epidemiologists however believe it will eventually become resistant to them. What then?
Continuing, how much garlic should you take to counteract Swine Influenza or Swine Flu? (Oh, I’m sorry, I forgot that the government prefers it be called, “H1N1 Flu Outbreak” — like that helps.)
One master herbalist recommends a daily dose of 16 cloves of fresh garlic a day if you are infected and four a day as a preventative measure.
Eating garlic bulbs raw is not for the faint of heart, though. It can cause severe stomach aches for those who do so. Lubricating the body liberally in the chest region with garlic oil would help.
The famous Dr. John R. Christopher Super Immune Garlic Formula is probably the best bet for those who don’t want to eat garlic daily. You should also consult with a trained and certified master herbalist.
Don’t believe a word I said in this article? No problem for you’re entitled to your opinion. It’s your choice but at least do your own research and be objective in what you find. Sorry for stealing a line from my favorite 90s show but “the truth is out there.”
It really is.
I hope you have found this article useful.
Yours in health,
Nutritional Supplement Bible.com