Nature & academic research against virus

Surprisingly – or not – the WikiMedia article about Covid says nothing about proven effects of natural products on immune defenses and of plant essential oils on the death of viruses. World Health Organisation says no synthetic molecules have shown to be significantly efficient with few harmful secondary effects.

Academic references

Author : Chris Bois

From the first symptoms

There are a hundreds of viruses like “flu”.
Some are more deadly than the 2019 coronavirus – such as MERS.
You may have had an immune collapse BEFORE you encountered a virus – without knowing it.
That is, one can die from any of the 100 viruses – regardless of statistics !!!
You must therefore strengthen your immune system AND attack the virus with essential oils from the first symptoms.

Strengthen the immune system

Depending on your immune system, you will take 3 or more of these immune system boosters.
The doses are indicated on the packages.
The name of the plant, etc. is in bold type.
Below, the names of the authors of academic work.

Echinacea
Sadigh-Eteghad, Taylor, Turner, Karsch-Völk, Goel, Sachin, Zwickey, Brush

Blackcurrant bud Ribes nigrum
Gerbaka, Ashigai, Andrianne

Propolis
Sforcin, Wolska

Therapeutic silver
Sim

Mushrooms in capsules or ampoules :
Reichi / Lingzhi ganoderma lucidum
Cordyceps
Shiitake lentinula edodes
Maitake Grifola frondosa
etc.
Source: Wachtel-Galor, Schaeffer, Vetvicka

Astragalus milkvetch which boosts the immune system
Guobin, Liu JP, Gu, Huang, Yan, Liu ZG, Wu, Wang, Weng, Upton, Block, Zwickey, Brush, Xiaofei, NCCIH, AMR

Lonicera japonica or Lonicera macranthoides or honeysuckle flower or Flos lonicera
Liu

Kill viruses in the body

The very first symptoms indicates the presence of viruses in the body.
Corona helps bacteria attach to the walls of the lung (Golda 2011)
But in a hospital there are a lot of bacteria and many of them are deadly.
The essential oils indicated below will attack the virus and the bacteria at the same time.
Without presenting the risks of antibiotics.

Essential oils

Ravensara aromatica
Blanchard

Eucalyptus radiata
Koziol, Pyankov

Melaleuca alternifolia Tea tree
Schnitzler, Pyankov, Garozzo

Malaleuca quinquenervia Niaouli
Panja, SFE

Laurus nobilis bay tree laurel
Loizzo

Saro Cinnamosma fragrans
http://www.wikiphyto.org/wiki/Cinnamosma

Oregano Origanum vulgare
It is extremely effective but toxic to the liver in case of overdose.
If one knows how to use it, it should be put on the front line.

Dosage for essential oils

Ideally, you should seek advice from a practitioner qualified in the use of essential oils.
See also WikiPhyto especially in the – frequent – case where one cannot be assisted by a qualified practitioner

Per os = orally
Essential oil capsules are found in herbalists and “organic” stores.
See dosage in the package leaflet.
If you do not have capsules, prepare in a small bottle a mixture of equal parts of the essential oils that you have chosen (1/2 part for oregano which is very powerful).
Shake the bottle well before putting two drops of the mixture in a spoon of honey.
Mix honey and essential drops.
To be taken morning and evening.

Cutaneous route for essential oils

Three drops of the essential oil blend on the forearm, palm side.
Rub with the opposite wrist to allow EO to penetrate the bloodstream.
Three drops at the top of the chest and on the neck.
Up to six times a day.
Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women, pre-pubescent children and teenagers, people on medication, people with epilepsy, people with hypertension, people allergic to aromatic molecules, people with hormone-dependent disease (and associated cancers), asthma.
In all these cases, consult an essential oil practitioner to adapt the types of oils, doses and methods of administration

Inhalations

DRY INHALATION
Put a few drops of essential oil on a tissue and inhale deeply.

WET INHALATION
Pour a few drops of EO in a bowl of hot (but not boiling) water and breathe in the vapor.

Inhalation techniques

Use an inhaler or “craft” a cone with a sheet of plastic or a coffee filter.
Pour an average of 5 drops of EO in non-boiling water.
Since EOs are not soluble in water, they will float to the surface.
The volume of water is therefore irrelevant.
However, avoid using too much HE.

Which essential oils for inhalation ?

Dominique Baudoux, pharmacist founder of Pranarôm, recommends:

2 drops of Ravintsara, radiated Eucalyptus or Eucalyptus globulus
2 drops of mentholated Eucalyptus or Odorous Inule
2 drops of Tea Tree, Palmarosa or Rosewood

Nasal oil

In an empty 30 ml tinted glass bottle, fitted with a nasal nozzle
HE noble laurel, Laurus nobilis 6 drops
HE ravensara, Cinnamomum camphora CT 1.8 cineole 6 drops
HE tea tree, Melaleuca alternifolia 6 drops

Sweet oil like black cumin, calendula, etc. 29.5 ml

Target audience for this advice

Patient who does not have access to the medical service of his country.
Patient for whom no antiviral treatment is offered by the doctor.
Patient who has decided to be the owner of his health, in particular because his body is too allergic / intolerant to “foreign” molecules resulting from synthetic processes.
This patient must be accompanied by a practitioner qualified in the use of essential oils in order to check the tolerance of his organism. (1)
Treatment as indicated above must be done in parallel with the medical diagnosis/follow up which makes it possible to identify, in particular, co-morbidities.
(1) Essential oils can present toxic risks, it is imperative that each user be informed of good aromatherapy practices before their use.

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Photos from WikiMedia

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:EchinaceaPurpureaMaxima1a.UME.JPG

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ganoderma_lucidum_01.jpg

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Ribes_nigrum_a1.JPG

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:2010-08-06_Cordyceps_militaris_1.jpg

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Wild_Shiitake-Mushroom_Japan.JPG

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Borrego_Milkvetch_up_close.jpg

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Melaleuca_alternifolia_(Maria_Serena)_flowers.jpg

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Origanum_vulgare_-_harilik_pune.jpg

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