How Natural Medicine Can Help with Cold and Flu Viruses

With recent attention on viruses it is important to talk about your health and how to boost your immune system for you. Everyone sells everything as a one size fits all concept, but that is not how it works. For example, during the Cornonvirus pandemic many people who were diagnosed with the virus had different signs and symptoms. That is because everyone has different deficiencies. Vitamin C , for example, is not the cure all for everyone. One person could be deficient in vitamin C while another could be getting sick due to a copper deficiency. Even though they both have the same virus, they should not be treated or given the same thing. Everyone has different finger prints and everyone has different blood prints of what is chemically going on in their body. 

 

Below is a picture from the United States National Library of Medicine on how natural things can help prevent COVID-19 and other viruses. Click here to view the entire article. 

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