Mis-information regarding the Ebola Virus is spreading quicker than the virus itself! The Ebola Virus is deadly, to be sure but the rumors can cause a panic that creates its’ own set of emergencies and crisis. Hopefully the below mentioned numbers will help you realize that while this disease is horrific in many ways, it is also treatable – and even preventable given restraints, common sense, and precautions. Let us raise our awareness levels, but let us not raise our heartbeats and adrenaline at the same time. Be cool and keep your head about you…think, don’t simply react. Begin to study and acquaint yourself with this new reality brought to America, in part, by open borders, and lax layers of defense by a federal government that has abrogated its’ chief responsibility – the protection of the Continental United States from ALL ENEMIES (read disease as well as human armies, terrorists, armaments of all kinds).
Here are a couple of positive steps you can take on your own:
1). Boost your immune system with appropriate vitamins, especially C and D. Also increase anti-viral elements like; peppermint, basil, rosemary, cinnamon and oregano. Cut-back greatly on sweets.
2). Use a strong disinfectant (like Lysol spray or swabs) on door knobs, countertops, light switches. The Ebola Virus hates sunlight, and prefers to linger in dark moist areas.
3). Consider using colloidal silver as an immune enhancer.
4). Always have an emergency protocol for your home in the event a quarantine occurs in your neighborhood or part of the city. What would you do for food, money, and other essential supplies if you could not get to a store or other commercial ventures?
Stay Safe out there!
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