Swine flu has all the appearances of a lab cocktail, and its behavior is suspicious.  It targets the young while the elderly remain immune.   This is strange behavior for a flu virus but whatever its etiology, it is important to stay healthy and to build up immunity by the many means available to us.

Its vectors are strange as if it is being distributed systematically around the world.  Then again, with mass colonisations and travel in the uncharacteristic holiday season the patterns may be coincidental.

As is, the appearance of flu is seldom isolated.  First one, then three, then a cluster, spreading exponentially.

Swine flu appears in one location, disappears, then appears in another location, disappears, repeats in several other locations, then re-appears in the original location, as if re-introduced.

Strategies for good health include:

Exercise; nutrition, rest, personal hygiene, de-stressing.

The naturopaths may recommend echinacea. I have no objection to that, to stimulate and maintain the immune system, but recommend preparing for the worst by keeping a stock of Boiron’s Oscillococcinum and basic remedies to hand.  Oscillococcinum is derived from an avian virus. It’s use in preventing flu from developing or “ripening” is well established.

However, Classical Homeopathy is “patient particular.”  In other words, some remedies work better with certain constitutions than others, and the Homeopathist will observe symptoms closely and determine the most appropriate remedy and dosage.  Always in our protocols, “less is more.”

Find a good Classical Hahnemannian Homeopathist. In the flu epidemic of 1918, our fatality rate was 4%; orthodoxy’s was 64% – and we got the patients no one else wanted…

For children I recommend childrens’ Floradix, to build up the immune system – not as a cure – but check with your pediatrician or Homeopathist in case the child is allergic to any of its phyto-therapeutics. If your child has allergies, definitely consult a Homeopathist!

To your good health!

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About ladybard

Playwright, composer, pro life. I was educated in the UK and Ireland before coming to the USA, where I have lived for most of my adult life. My plays and adaptations have been produced at St. Clement's Theatre, Theatre in Space, Symphony Space, The Cubiculo, etc. in NYC and my art songs performed at St. Peter's College, Newburgh Public Library, Goldwater Hospital AIDS Memorial Day, St. Elizabeth's Church, etc. I don't receive any grants.

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