Four Medical Factors Re Fatality & Four Healthy Things to Survive
#1. Vaccination. Pentagon study: Flu Shot Raises Risk of Coronavirus 36%, Children’sHealthDefense.org, 4-16-2020 Dr. Fauci, NIH Director of Infectious Disease said flu shots are 10-60% effective in a good year and this is not a good year. High numbers of those who get a flu shot and get sick are not reported, but most people know others who did. Vaccinations are not healthy.
#2. Drugs. 99% of Those Who Died From Virus Had Other Illness. Bloomberg News, March 18, 2020. Why blame a virus that has low mortality when 99% of those who die have pre-existing conditions like chronic lung, cardiovascular disease or diabetes– conditions for which patients take medication.
Adverse Drug Reactions caused 106,000 deaths in hospitals under monitored conditions, Journal of AMA, 4-15-98. The JAMA defined ADRs as “properly prescribed and administered.” “These adverse reactions may be increased by systemic infection, so why blame the virus that’s being hyped to create a panic and medical control?” asks Richard Ruhling, MD, MPH, board-certified in Internal Medicine who taught Health Science at Loma Linda University. He offers the following information.
The death rate from Adverse Drug Events increased 2.7-fold from 1998 to 2005, Archives of Internal Medicine, Sep 10, 2007. That made medical care the #3 cause of death, but the CDC does not report medical care or Adverse Drug Reactions in their Leading Causes of Death (Google) The CDC has been accused of a high stake with big pharma. CDC and the media hype diseases for which people take drugs, but don’t mention drugs in the top 10 cause of death!
#3. Medical Reporting. Stanford Study Shows COVID-19 Is 50x More Prevalent and 50x Less Deadly Than Previously Believed (Google, Global Research)
So why is CDC telling doctors to sign death certificates as coronavirus if they had a positive test for it? High numbers lead to fear, panic and surrender to “medical authorities” who are told what to do by CDC, World Health Organization led by their donor/investor, Bill Gates who admittedly wants to vaccinate the whole world—7 billion people.
The public should know that having a positive test and dying from an Adverse Drug Reaction could be more likely than dying from the virus, but this won’t be mentioned by CDC.
Hospitals are paid $5000 for pneumonia cases, but $13,000 if the pneumonia was due to Coronavirus and $39,000 more if they usesa ventilator!
#4. Ventilators may increase mortality. The statistics are not good for those placed on ventilators. Admittedly, those patients have shortness of breath, but the trauma of intubation and stress of having a machine push air to the lungs can result in pneumothorax or the need for more drugs. Doctors like to feel they are doing all they can, but sometimes less is better, especially when non-pharmaceuticals may be helpful (below).
Quarantine is for people with contagious diseases, not for those who are well. The reversal of biblical wisdom in Leviticus 13 is ruining the economy and all of the above supports what Hippocrates said, “Nature cures, not the physician.”
Four Healthy Things to Survive (Non-Medical)
In the worst of epidemics, 50-100 million people died world-wide of the 1918 Spanish Flu–675,000 in the US. The best of US care in the army had nearly 7% fatality, but less than 1% in the Battle Creek Sanitarium died! What was the difference?
Dr. John Kellogg used natural remedies to enhance immunity. He wrote Rational Hydrotherapy, and promoted a better diet. Success of the water & fever treatments plus a healthy diet attracted bright people like Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Luther Burbank, JC Penney, Admiral Byrd, Amelia Earhart, Eleanor Roosevelt and President William Taft.
#1. Fever Treatment: Working Emergency Room in Riverside CA, Dr. Richard Ruhling was getting sick—sore throat, runny nose, achy and cold. His temperature was normal, but in medical school he was taught that viruses are killed with fever. He wondered what he could do to get a fever!
He filled a tub with hot water. In 20 min. his temp was 102.5. He was taught that contrast hot and cold can double the white blood count, so he poured cold water front and back several times. Feeling better, he saw his patients. At 11 PM he took a 2nd fever treatment. In the morning he was well–The body’s own defenses responded to rational remedies, in spite of no supplements–hospitals don’t have health products.
#2. Stop Eating. Most flu comes with the holidays and overeating, especially of sweets, but sugar lowers immunity. One soft drink can cut the phagocytic index to 25% of normal. When Ruhling got sick, he ate no supper. At the first sign of the flu, quit eating, and drink water. Take 2-3 charcoal tablets or capsules to help the body detoxify and fast overnight. Charcoal adsorbs body poisons.
#3. Vitamin C need in the body goes from 50 mg a day in health to 2000 mg in burns, surgery or systemic infection. Taking 250 mg hourly with a glass of water at the first sign of the flu can help to prevent or minimize it. There is good biochemistry behind taking Vitamin C when sick.
#4. Zinc & Health Supplements. Research shows zinc can interfere with the virus replication inside the cell nucleus, but it needs help to get into the cell. Natural products like grape quercetin enhance this. Google (Mercola, improve zinc uptake) EGCG in green tea and chloroquine can help but not usually needed as ionophores. Elderberry, echinacea have good science behind them. Dr. Marc Micozzi of NIH and Dr. Ben Lau, Prof. of Microbiology at Loma Linda University support natural products. Lau wrote a book on garlic, sometimes referred to as Russian penicillin when whizzed in a blender with a fruit juice.
Here’s Dr. Ruhling with a special message re medical care, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vf5B9MAbleg
Here’s a PowerPoint by Dr. Ruhling on How Healthy Habits Add 10 Years to Your Life! Read all 3 steps before clicking #1.
- Click this link & select “Open when Done” to see the medical slides. expo (1)
- Click Slide Show tab
- Click (From the Beginning) and click to advance the slides.