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italybound
Thursday, September 28, 2006, 11:28am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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So there goes us O's first again

Funny enough, I almost never had flu, and maybe got cold a few times, for about 20 years before BTD.

Yet for the last four years or so, I am having to fight a serious flu once a year, and one or two common cold as well. I used to think that was because I was getting older. Now it makes me think whether my immune system after being reinforced by BTD, reacting more viciously to the invaders

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There is a bunch of background on this Influenza A -Spanish Flu H1N1 "Le Gripe" or "La Grippe" {or 'fiebre de tres dias or 'fiebre de Flandes' in Spanish}- however, a couple points to bear in mind is that the first victims to this Flu were on an army base in US, and it was 'created' by a medical team in London. Created may not be the right word but the release of their work coincides with the second-phase of the Flu. Not only was this on BBC last winter I had the name of the group written down from previously reasearching these flus...of course when you need'em you can't find'em.


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the previous day a dead swan had been found to have the H5N1 strain of bird flu in Scotland. Elderberry products may be a better approach, than Echinacea, in combination with selenium, zinc and olive leaf. For someone with flu, the recommended dosage for an elderberry product such as Proberry liquid is 4 tablespoons (15 ml) 3 times per day.


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Elderberry products may be a better approach, than Echinacea, in combination with selenium, zinc and olive leaf. For someone with flu, the recommended dosage for an elderberry product such as Proberry liquid is 4 tablespoons (15 ml) 3 times per day.


great tip!!



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and it was created by a medical team in London.


So whats this about? I have not heard of this.






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"Elderberry products may be a better approach, than Echinacea, in combination with selenium, zinc and olive leaf. For someone with flu, the recommended dosage for an elderberry product such as Proberry liquid is 4 tablespoons (15 ml) 3 times per day."


Just be aware that elderberry at this dose WILL require that you have constant access to a TOILET! Hopefully, if you're sick w/ the flu you'll be at home, close to a toilet, and this minor (depending on the circumstances) consideration won't be a problem!


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Just be aware that elderberry at this dose WILL require that you have constant access to a TOILET!


rock on, I need to take a couple more lozenges!!



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