We’ve received several calls asking us what we think people should do considering the coronavirus situation. Rather than answering these calls one by one, we’re providing this general advice on how to prepare. We’ll use the standard reporter’s format to keep things tight.
Prepare your home to be a healthy place in uncertain times. Simple preparations can reduce suffering and prevent disease.
This discussion covers general preparations for responding to any viral illness including Coronavirus nCoV-2019. We use the same approach regardless of the cause because our strategy involves strengthening the body rather than fighting the disease. Support your body and it will take care of itself.
A. Keep it Simple.
Preparation allows for a degree of self-sufficiency. Set yourself up for success by putting a little effort into planning for the unexpected.
B. Remain Calm.
We’ve seen things like this before, (colds, flu, RSV) and we’ll see them again. Not to mention stress lowers the immune system.
C. Optimize your health.
The healthier you are the healthier you’ll stay.
Here are some general guidelines for maintaining excellent health:
D. Start treating illness at the first sign of trouble.
A tickle in the throat, a runny nose – hit it hard with Colloidal Silver, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Zinc, Echinacea, Elderberry, Olive Leaf Extract, and/or Lemon. A combination of essential oils used to fight the Plague was rosemary, lemon, eucalyptus, cinnamon and clove essential oils. A popular brand calls it "Thieves". Other good options are Tea Tree oil, oregano oil and peppermint oil. You can use with carrier oils, or diffuse them. Find these items HERE.
Doctors across the world are finding alternative treatments despite the "standard of care". Unfortunately, these good doctors are targeted and public mention about these treatments result in threats of them getting their license revoked. Political agendas and fear-mongering have taken over the freedom of speech. We have seen the "cancel culture" further the political agenda by ganging-up on good physicians, nurses, and other healthcare workers that share the truth. What happened to "first, do no harm"?
By now, those that know, know. Follow your instincts. The truth will prevail.
Elaine Evenhouse is a licensed and certified occupational therapy assistant.