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Protect yourself during Flu-Season!

There is talk of a Marsberg virus epidemic, this is what you should know to protect yourself from any virus this season: this virus like its other family members (Ebola etc) is hemorrhagic, it deteriorates blood vessels causing the infected person to bleed To death.

First symptoms: Fever/chills Headache/muscle aches

DO NOT take Tylenol or any other OTCs even aspirin causes bleeding from cell membrane deterioration.

About five days after the symptoms first occur, other symptoms occur as follows: A rash on the chest, back, and stomach in some individuals. Nausea Vomiting Chest pain Sore throat Abdominal pain Diarrhea

Symptoms continue and can become severe; they include the following: * Jaundice * Pancreatic inflammation * Severe weight loss * Delirium * Liver failure * Massive hemorrhaging with organ dysfunction.

Tylenol and other painkillers containing the ingredient acetaminophen can cause potentially deadly rashes and blistering of the skin, (U.S. health regulators warned). Two of the skin conditions, Stevens-Johnson Syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis, can be fatal.

DO NOT take any painkillers! DO NOT eat sugar products they weaken the immune system. Drink brewed organic green tea, cuts off blood supply to virus. Squeeze lemon and or lime in tea before each meal and throughout the day. Make sure they contain seeds.

Eat citrus and raw foods containing high amounts of vitamin C and take "vitamin C complex powder (Mega Food or Alive non GMO certified Organic powder).

Connective tissue, which includes the cell membrane, must have vitamin C to remain viable.

The body can not make C therefore the virus will deplete Its stores quickly, you will need a study supply to repair cell membrane deterioration and DNA alterations.

EFAs, act to regulate a large number of mechanisms including increasing the fluidity of cell membranes and improving their "gate-keeping" abilities. You will need to add ReCell, an organic 3-6-9 oil blend, to your protective Arsenal.

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