How to fight Ebola and other viruses?


Ebola is a viral disease of highly infectious, which has among its symptoms hemorrhagic fever. It acquired its name from the Ebola River which is located in Zaire.

The Ebola virus is considered a highly contagious virus. It is transmitted to humans through contact with an infected animal host, dead or alive (monkeys, bats, etc) and is spread between people by contact with blood, secretions and body fluids of the individual infected.



How is the ebola virus cure?

The only known cure proven to help eradicate the Ebola virus in your body is your own immune system. It is therefore important to prepare the defenses of our system to fight the Ebola or other similar ones.

What foods to eat to fight the Ebola virus or other?

Consume regularly Anti-bacterial foods, natural teas, herbs and infusions.

Here we show you a list of some herbs and anti-bacterial food that should include in your diet:

  • Garlic
  • Onion
  • Turmeric
  • Ginger
  • Lemon
  • Peppers
  • Mint
  • Cinnamon
  • Clove
  • Cramberry
  • Oregon grape root.
  • Ursi grape.

Most of these herbs and foods can be used in different ways in your meals, but the most powerful and effective to capture nutrients and benefits is through tea, herbal teas, essential oils, and organic as freshly made juices. Some of these foods are also antiviral, like ginger, garlic and cranberry.


Create your anti-viral pantry.

If Ebola has been diagnosed or you suspect to be infected you should go to your doctor as soon as possible. But as we all know in case of outbreaks, medical facilities are scarce because of the high demand, we recommend you to have some antiviral foods that you should include in your diet to help your body’s defenses.

  • Cats Claw
  • Sage
  • Lemon Balm
  • Licorice root.
  • Olive Leaf
  • Oregano Oil.

These are tested foods they serve to combat the virus and will provide an additional protection for your immune system.


What should we avoid?

Another very important factor to consider is to stop eating foods and engaging in conducts that suppress your immune system.

  • Sugar
  • Alcahol
  • Lacteals
  • Corn, Soy and What (gluten)
  • Hydrogenated food
  • Excessive animal protein
  • Excess of flour aliments.
  • Processed food.
  • Chronic Stress

If you follow these tips, your body will be in proper condition to fight the Ebola virus and any virus that can attack your immunological system.

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