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Enterovirus 68 and Ebola

Just a quick post with a couple of suggestions for remedies again:

For Enterovirus 68, if your child has asthma or respiratory issues and you want to be well-prepared incase it gets more serious.  Consider Blatta Orientalis in 6c and perhaps some higher potencies as well.  This remedy should be given in water and only as needed.  [If you read the preceding link, you’ll get the surprising story of how this was discovered to be a remedy for asthma!]  It is indicated for asthma, bronchitis, and respiratory problems due to great mucous; there’s also a tendency to aggravate in damp weather.  [This is the remedy that I intuit as the most likely most beneficial remedy for EV-68 in its most troublesome form, so I did order extra of this recently if you are a client of mine and would like me to send you a dose.]

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In EV-68’s milder form, the typical flu remedies would be under consideration.  For aches down to the bones or serious aches with malaise, consider Eupatorium Perfoliatum in potencies unto 1M.

For Ebola, the remedy circulating in the homeopathy world is Crotalus Horridus.  A study was done some time ago that came up with Crotalus Horridus, though I haven’t read any case studies regarding Ebola.  If I were buying for my family, I’d buy 6c and perhaps use it prophylactically in water if I knew we’d been exposed, and I’d by 1M if I’d missed the chance to prevent it.


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I hope this is of help!



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