Ebola has spread to 4 countries. From the CDC Ebola response roadmap: As of Sept 24 the total number of probable, confirmed and suspected cases in the current outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD) in West Africa was 6263 with 2917 deaths. There may be under-reporting of the ill and dead because the health care system has broken down.

There is fear of the people that if they go to clinics or hospitals, they will catch the disease. There is fear from health care workers that they will be infected from their patients. Families are encouraged to care for their sick relatives at home, which could lead to an under-reporting of the ill/dead. Liberia just completed a mandatory quarantine for 3 days in which time 30,000 health workers health care workers went door to door to assess the extent of the epidemic. Nonetheless, the authorities which have finally quarantined cities, have not curtailed air traffic in these countries.

The CDC claims Ebola is not currently an airborne disease among humans. There was an experiment in 2012 where piglets were infected with Ebola and put in wire cages next to monkeys and 2 monkeys were infected. There was no physical contact between these species. However, this experiment may not apply to humans…yet the ARMY’s public research documents make such a clear case that the Ebola airborne risk is here and now.

Ebola is an unusual virus in that it can be transmitted before the person feels ill. The infection’s symptoms include fever, abdominal pain, vomiting, muscle aches, and headaches. All these symptoms could be confused with the flu in the beginning stages. The incubation period could range from 2 to 21 days. This could give ample time for people to criss-cross the world with incubating Ebola

A person could become infected by coming into contact with a patient’s bodily fluids. Sanitary measures are very important in this epidemic.

Should Ebola come to Idaho, would you be ready for a quarantine?

If you and your family had to stay in your house and not be allowed to come out for up to 21 days, would you be prepared for it?

What would you have on hand if you were to come in contact sick outsiders, or need to take care of sick loved ones?

There are no research projects on Ebola and natural remedies. But let us remember the basics:

  • Eliminate sugar from your diet as it weakens the immune system
  • Vitamin C is a potent anti-viral. It can cure the polio virus 100% of the time (Curing the Incurable by Thomas E Levy).
  • Vitamin D is an anti-viral. An adult dose would be 5000 to 10,000 iu per day.
  • Argentyn 23 is a charged hydrosol of silver, which is a safe and potent antiviral and antibacterial. Dosage is 6 dropperfuls or 50 sprays one to three times a day.

We are stocking all 3 anti-virals at the clinic.

The Ebola virus can be destroyed naturally – despite what you’ve been told. It could help to take 1000 mg of Vitamin C (it doesn’t matter if it is in ester form, or with rose hips, or tablets or powder) and take it 3 times a day. Go up on the dose until you get diarrhea, and then back off until your stools are normal again. This should be the dose to take daily if there is an epidemic. For grade school children, give 1/2 the dose. Younger should be ¼ the dose.