Ebola can be stopped.

d e bartley By d e bartley, 12th Oct 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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The Ebola virus actually has a US patent and is a spliced and diced virus introduced to monkeys in the wilds of Africa...this serpentine virus has 3 heads, so it is triple deadly, carrying influenza (h1n1) hiv aids or anti immune rna and black death....the virus itself has been upgraded going through a metamorphosis before it's appearance in Sierra Leone.

cinnamon and lavendar oil destroy viruses

With arrival of the Ebola virus in Dallas, Texas perhaps it is time to look for a natural solution. One such solution for a possible anti viral drug to kill a virus is cinnamon. . This would be super concentrated Cinnamon from the Cinnamon bark and the cinnamon leaves.

while Cinnamon has been known mostly for its powerful anti-bacterial properties, it is becoming evident that it could also be a virus fighter. Legend has it that during the 1918 influenza (h1n1) outbreak, workers at cinnamon factories seemed immune to the Spanish flu which decimated the population. According to this Stanford University article a popular remedy for the Spanish flu (a virus) was cinnamon in powder or oil form mixed with milk to reduce temperature.

Crushing nutmeg into a powder and drinking it as a tea relieves the symptoms of Tuberculosis, while no one is talking about tuberculosis, many of the ebola symptoms resemble the disease and 600 thousand people in Africa died of Tuberculosis last year. It has proven to be more deadly than the Ebola.

During the plague, Tanners in France kept their hands soaked in Lavender oil, which was used to tan leather hide and soften it...none of these people contracted the plague they all seemed to be immune. Oil of Lavender is very potent, I recommend putting the oil on the palms of the hands daily.

chewing raw garlic, helps fight bacteria and virus, and if you can stand doing it, it will kill germs on contact.

you can only contact Ebola from bodily fluids, however the virus itself can live outside the body for up to 2 days...it is important to understand this when cleaning up from anyone who has contracted the disease...Everything needs to be disinfected using a very strong cleaner.

Apple cider vinegar kills the ebola germ, so wash everything with this. As a disinfectant also drinking it wouldn't hurt, it also kills all viruses, the black death was a virus that caused hemorrhagic fever and when the blood oozed out of the bodies it was black, in England all the people smoked tobacco to stop the plague.....Notice that nothing is being said to stop the Ebola, and no one is talking about cures.....the WHO has unleashed a deadly virus as a bio weapon upon the world, and it is up to individuals to get the knowledge to stop this plague upon humanity....

the four thieves story needs retelling here, apparently unscrupulous people decided to steal the belongings of dead victims of the black death....they concocted a formula to keep themselves from hemorrhagic fever:

Original Recipe for Four Thieves Formula
3 pints apple cider vinegar
handful wormwood
handful meadowsweet
handful juniper berries
handful wild marjoram
handful sage
50 cloves
2 oz. angelica
2 oz. rosemary
2 oz. horehound
3 g camphor

During the black plague the people of England smoked tobacco, there are ongoing experiments with the tobacco plant to find a cure for Ebola, smoking a pipe filled with regular untreated tobacco is the best line of defense against Ebola, which is now in the United States and ravaging the continent of Africa. Given the above historical data on tobacco during the times of the Great Plague, we might speculate that tobacco's potentially life-saving properties during a plague are one of the main reasons why scientists are turning to the tobacco plant for help now.....considering that the Ebola Virus is an upgraded version of the black plaque.....but zmapp is in short supply.

forwarned if forarmed, even if this is a 'new' virus' it is created from old ones that decimated populations, but there are always ways to stop it...and stop it we must.

list of herbs and spices to help immune system:
Helps to relieve constipation
Use as extract; boil and drink the concentrated water. To be used in limited amounts; stop immediately if it causes cramps or diarrhoea

Helps to relieve nausea and aid digestion; has an antiseptic function for mouth sores
Add to food to treat nausea and digestive problems. Use as gargle for mouth sores

Flower heads have antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and healing function. Helps with infections of the upper digestive tract
Use as a compress to treat infected wounds. Prepare as tea to help digestion

Helps with digestive problems, pain, diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting and loss of appetite
Add to food during cooking or prepare as tea

Stimulates appetite, helps fight infection, heals ulcers and intestina inflammation
Add a pinch to cooked or raw foods. For an energizing drink add to fruit juice or water

Helps digestion and provides relief for nausea
Prepare tea from the leaves and flowers and drink several cups throughout the day

Good for colds and for weakness after colds or flu. Also used when feeling cold, for diarrhoea and nausea. Stimulates appetite. Gently stimulates digestive juices, encouraging bowel movements
Either add to meals or in tea, particularly ginger cinnamon tea for chesty colds or tuberculosis (see recipe in Annex 1)

Stimulate appetite, help weak digestion, diarrhoea, nausea and vomiting
Use in soups, stews, warmed fruit juice and tea

Helps to increase appetite and reduce flatulence. Controls bacteria and fungi
Add herb to meals

Has an antibacterial function, particularly for lungs and during bronchitis. Eucalyptus oil from leaves increases the blood flow and reduces the symptoms of inflammation
Prepare tea from the leaves or extract (see recipe in Annex 1)

Helps to increase appetite, combat flatulence and expel gas
Add as spice to foods or prepare tea from the seeds. Use in limited amounts

Has antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal function, particularly in the gut, intestines, lungs and vagina. Helps digestion and feeling of weakness. Also good for thrush, throat infections, herpes and diarrhoea
Prepare tea or energy drink (see recipe in Annex 1), or use in food

Improves digestion, energizes, relieves diarrhoea and stimulates appetite. Used for treating common colds, flu and nausea
Use either as a spice in meals or prepare a ginger tea (see recipe in Annex 1)

Is antibacterial and helps digestion
Add lemon juice to food or drinks

Lemon grass
Has a calming effect as well as soothing digestion and alleviating stress
Use as tea

Has an anti-inflammatory effect and helps digestion
Use as tea or gargle for mouth sores. Chew mint leaves to aid digestion

Brings down fever
Cut a fresh twig, remove the leaves and boil the bark in water; drink as tea. The bark can also be chewed

Reduces intestinal colic. Stimulates stomach secretions and activities and produces a feeling of hunger. The seed is used to remove excess water from the body
Add raw or cooked to food

May help nausea. Reduces colic (abdominal pain and cramps), helps to control diarrhoea and stop vomiting. Used for relieving tension and sleeplessness
Prepare as tea, by boiling the leaves for about ten minutes. Add to food. (Peppermint can easily be grown in the garden and or in a pot near the house)

Has antiseptic and antifungal function. Relaxes nervous coughing and increases mucosal secretions. (particularly effective in the gut) Stimulates digestion and the growth of the good intestinal flora in the gut
Use as gargle or mouthwash, as a vaginal douche or as tea

Turmeric/ yellow root
Digestive aid, antiseptic and antioxidant
Use powdered in rice, cereals, etc.


Black Plague, Bubonic, H1N1, Tuberculosis

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12th Oct 2014 (#)

If you are not a medical doctor it would be good to link to your sources.

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