COVID-19 Natural Remedy?
Natural remedies for COVID! Are you surprised to read this? maybe not, and to the point: COVID-19 Natural remedy do exist and a lot of people and communities, around the globe, are being helped by the simple but wonderful stuffs from our natural world and other natural phenomena. Before we delve into the natural remedies for COVID-19 lets have little review of what we are up against.
What is COVID-19 or Corona virus (covid 19)
The groups of viruses called Corona are viruses that are found among some animals, a number of which are known to be transmittable to humans.
Among the animals considered by scientists, as natural hosts or original source to these viruses includes Bats, Camels, Cats etc
This COVID-19 (Corona virus) pandemic is caused by the virus SARS-CoV-2
Covid-19 around the glob
Around the globe, the impact of COVID-19 is felt by different people and groups in different ways. While at the moment some nations are having serious health challenges, even with higher recorded deaths arising from this pandemic; whereas others are having an economic situations arising from policies enacted to checkmate the pandemic.
However, there are places that are experiencing both conditions and more. Africa has been scheduled to lose millions of people, that is, if they are agreeable to that projection. Otherwise read on to know what you could do.
Coronavirus; a Novel disease
This coronavirus (CoV) is a new strain of coronavirus and therefore considered a novel disease.
‘The new strain of coronavirus identified as the cause of the outbreak of varying-severe respiratory illness in people was first detected in Wuhan, China, and has been named COVID-19. (Formerly, it was referred to as 2019-nCoV.)’
WHAT is the full meaning of COVID-19?
Here is what COVID-19 stands for:
‘CO’ Stands for corona
‘VI’ for virus
‘D’ for disease, and
‘19’ the year of first identification
World Health Organization (WHO) has linked this novel virus, COVID-19, to a family of viruses that cause illnesses ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as the SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) and the MERS (Middle East respiratory syndrome).
A Brief History of the COVID-19
Records show that:
- A kind of pneumonia of unknown cause was detected in the city Wuhan, in Hubei province China in later moths of the last quarter of the year 2019.
- 5 January 2020, WHO reports the pneumonia of unknown cause in China.
- 13th January 2020 officials confirmed a case of the novel virus in Thailand
- By 30th January 2010 the outbreak was declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern.
- 11th of March 2020 the WHO (world Health Organization) characterized the COVID-19 as a pandemic in speed and spread.
- As of 30 March 2020, the COVID-19 outbreak had caused over 700,000 cases worldwide since and more than 30,000 are known to have died. Today (April 25) it is cr. 1, 844,863 infections and 117 021 death ( the statistics are close but irregular:WHO quoted the first then 2,986,998 infections and 206,677 deaths while 875,312 recovered according to worldometers information
The WHO informed that “we have never before seen a pandemic sparked by a coronavirus… And we have never before seen a pandemic that can be controlled, at the same time.”
The mode of transmission of COVID-19 (coronavirus )
What is the mode of transmission of the coronavirus? It is believed that the virus was originally transmitted from animal to human (man), however, there is evidence that it is now transmitted from human to human.
Although the viruses causing, either COVID-19 or the seasonal influenza are transmitted from person-to-person and may cause comparable symptoms, the two viruses are very different and do not behave the same way, as scientists reported.
In human to human transmission, it is usually through the spread of infected respiratory droplets, which is commonly dispatched either by coughing, sneezing or an improper hygienic behaviors involving contamination
What is the severity of COVID-19
4% of infected persons have severe illness (or hospitalized) as Preliminary data from the EU/EEA show, and such percentage, adults of from 60 years and above are affected the more.
The symptoms of COVID-19 Infection
The symptoms of COVID-19 (coronavirus) differ in severity from having no symptoms at all to having a level of fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties or general weakness and fatigue, and in some cases the loss of the sense of taste is reported. Some persons present muscular pain and in the most severe cases, anosmia – loss of the sense of smell, has recently been reported. Severe pneumonia, acute respiratory distress syndrome etc, has been recorded, and all of these are potentially leading to death.
To read more about symptoms of corona virus from the mild to severe read more at ….
Who is at risk of the COVID-19 / coronavirus?
Everyone is at risk of contracting the COVID-19, however, elderly people above 65 years of age and those with other health conditions (for instance, chronic respiratory disease, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer) are considered more disposing to developing severe symptoms or fatal cases. Men in these age and conditions brackets appear to be at a slightly higher risk than females of both age and condition, so the reports states.
FYI: professionals found out that smokers were more at risk of dying from COVID-19 infection than elderly people
Fatality of covid-19 condition
Symptoms of a COVID-19 case usually go away on their own, However; if symptoms continue or feel worse than a common cold be sure to go the extra mile in serious health care.
According to reports, “people who have severe underlying medical conditions like heart or lung disease or diabetes also seem to be at high risk for developing more serious complications from COVID-19 illness”.
Is there any conventional treatment for the corona virus?
There is no specific treatment or any vaccine for this novel disease called COVID-19 or coronavirus.
Most professionals manage it from the symptomatic approach and not to target virus itself.
How to avoid getting infected with the coronvirus
The COVID-19 enters the body via the eyes, nose or mouth, so it is essential to avoid touching your face with unwashed or unsanitized hands. In essence, to maintain proper hygienic condition is key.
*Maintain a good and active lifestyle; you can use the NEW START lifestyle program.
*Build and maintain a healthy and high immune system, which is key to a successful virus combat.
*Wash of hands with soap and water
*Cleaning hands with alcohol-based solutions where soap and water is not readily available.
*Apply the social distance of a meter or more away from people or groups.
*Cover self properly if you feel you may risk other people’s health, and then self isolate.
Support and cooperation for prevention awareness
On 23 March 2020 the WHO and FIFA launched the “Pass the message to kick out coronavirus” campaign… to join this campaign make sure the information you share about the pandemic is factual or true. Share the information on caution and prevention, even for the natural treatments for the COVID-19
Why the forecast on Africa?
As at 13th March 2020 Europe became the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic.
China was first and fatally hit by the epidemic, and then Italy, Spain and United States of America. In fact and so to speak, Asia, Europe and North America have the highest rate of the cases and death than the rest of the world even Africa with …. Cases and… death at the moment.
Nevertheless, they say Africa is highly vulnerable to this virus than any other continent. However, many people and groups are raising eyebrows and are asking questions about the projections of destruction and doom to befall Africa by, both, the World health (dis)Organization, Bill Gates and wife. This is where Africa and the Leaders of African States should be careful, indeed the African people.
its heart worming to know that ‘Most people’ who become ill with COVID-19, researchers reported, will be able to recover at home.
No specific treatments for COVID-19 exist right now. But some of the same things you do to feel better if you have the flu — getting enough rest, staying well hydrated, and taking medications to relieve fever and aches and pains — also help with COVID-19.
- While you don’t need to stay in bed, you should get plenty of rest.
- Stay well hydrated.
To reduce fever and ease aches and pains, take acetaminophen. Be sure to follow directions. If you are taking any combination cold or flu medicine, keep track of all the ingredients and the doses. For acetaminophen, the total daily dose from all products should not exceed 3,000 milligrams.
Usable Covid-19 Natural Remedy
The best way to prevent this Virus attack (COVID-19) or to manage it is to boost and maintain robust body immunity.
What every individual can do to protect themselves and others Naturally
Natural Herbs known to combat virus in the human system include some of these and should be handy in this pandemic episode.
Garlic is a potent anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal natural substance. Garlic is particularly powerful against viruses if taken raw. Dice 3 or 4 cloves (not bulbs) of fresh garlic and spread on grain or cereal food. You can also prepare garlic tea by meshing 3-6 cloves missed in warm water and drink in the morning.
Controlled studies show that the used garlic enhances the immune system. This is archived by stimulating the protective immune cells, which may arouse the body defense mechanisms and defend the system against viral infections
Echinacea is helpful to the immune system. This particular herb has a direct anti-viral action against viral bronchitis and colds.
Both the roots and the flowering tops are the effective parts that help the body to resist the viruses, therefore, and appropriate preparation should include the two parts.
Liquorice has been found to contain a substance that reduces the replication of viruses, the substance also halts their (viruses) ability to penetrate and replicate its self inside healthy cells. Liquorice has been distinguished for the treatment of many viral illnesses including viral hepatitis and most HIV strains.
The leaves of Olive trees contain a substances called elenoic acid and calcium elonate has been identified as a powerful inhibitor of a wide range of viruses in laboratory tests., including influenza, herpes, polio and coxsackie viruses. These substances block the production of enzymes that allow viruses to replicate.
To read more about these other herbs (St John’s Wort, Liquorice, Olive) with effective anti- viral properties visit Leaf: www.pinewoodhealth.ca
other herbs include:
6. Lemon balm
Herbs, of different types or species, have been used as natural remedies from ancient times and they are still potent. Some herbs are today used in the kitchen as spices and condiments; however, they are being blended today to fight the marauding COVID-19 hired assassin.
5th March 2020 was the Launch of Be Ready campaign by WHO.
Besides the: Be Safe , Be Smart , Be Kind key thoughts we might add BE READY TO TAKE YOUR HEALTH SERIOUSLY INTO YOUR HANDS NOW, especially in-cases of Lifestyle diseases and the COVID-19 pandemic. You must do something, we mean to take steps that is naturally logical in combating these conditions.
Steps in Treating COVID-19 with Natural Remedies
The first and important step in preventing or combating the COVID-19 is a strong immune system.
Even if there were vaccines or drugs for the COVID-19 disease, its effectiveness will depend on interface of the immune system. What vaccine does, in essence is to prepare the immune system to combat foreign bodies.
Step by step herbal remedy for COVID-19
you will need a combination of herbal teas, hydrotherapy treatments and good to follow a healthy lifestyle principles
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