Swine Flu – What it is – What to do

With all the dire warnings, where is the message about building natural immunity? (Weston Price) Think about it.

Natural immunity suggestions at the bottom of this page. Just scroll down.

See also how to resist Mandatory Vaccination , Vaccines – Just Say No or Natural Solutions Foundation. Or if you do want the vaccines, consider protecting yourself with products such as this, which I have chosen at random to give you the idea.

Symptoms include a fever of more than 100, coughing, joint aches, severe headache and, in some cases, vomiting and diarrhea. Many victims have been in their 30s and 40s — not the very old or young who typically succumb to the flu. Dallas News

Cytokine Storm

The notable characteristic of a pandemic quality flu virus is its ability to kill young adults (ages 20 – 45). It does this by “cytokine storm.” It is believed that cytokine storms were responsible for many of the deaths during the 1918 influenza pandemic, which killed a disproportionate number of young adults. Here’s how:

When the immune system is fighting pathogens, cytokines signal immune cells such as T-cells and macrophages to travel to the site of infection. … In some instances, the reaction becomes uncontrolled, and too many immune cells are activated in a single place. … If a cytokine storm occurs in the lungs, for example, fluids and immune cells such as macrophages may accumulate and eventually block off the airways, potentially resulting in death.

The cytokine storm (hypercytokinemia) is the systemic expression of a healthy and vigorous immune system resulting in the release of more than 150 inflammatory mediators (cytokines, oxygen free radicals, and coagulation factors). ..

Perhaps the use of immune system modulators such as the eight sugars would help by improving the intelligence of immune system response.


Taken from Craig Oxley’s, The Unhived Mind site scrolltexts:



The Xomba website says that Anise is better than Tamiflu for Swine flu. It also says it is indicated for asthma, which is why I mention it in this section.

The thing for such a cytokine storm is none other than our friendly nutritional factor, Vitamin A, in the form of carrots, fish oil (Blue Ice fermented cod liver oil is probably the surest to work)  and similar (and D3). (Take A and D3 with fats.)

Also check out nano-silver.


A few days after T cells are activated, they produce a biologic molecule called OX40, a “survival signal” that keeps activated T-cells working at the site of inflammation during infection with influenza or other pathogens. OX40 binds to receptors on T-cells, preventing them from dying and subsequently increasing cytokine production. A combined protein, OX40-immunoglobulin (OX40-Ig), a human-made fusion protein, prevents OX40 from reaching the T-cell receptors, thus reducing the T-cell response. … By blocking the OX40 receptor on T-cells, researchers were able to prevent the development of the most serious flu symptoms in (mice) and reported the results in New Scientist.[8] The drug, to be made by a company called Xenova Research (Xenova Research was purchased by Celtic Pharma, a private equity firm, in September 2005), was supposed to be in phase I clinical trial in 2004, but its status is currently unknown (Wikipedia).

ACE inhibitors and Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers

The Renin Angiotensin system (RAS) has been implicated in the mediation of the cytokine storm,[10] suggesting a potential benefit for Angiotensin Converting Enzyme (ACE) inhibitors and Angiotensin II Receptor Blockers (ARBs), and ACE has been implicated in inflammatory lung pathologies. (Researchers) found that angiotensin II was associated with cytokine-mediated lung injury[13] and suggested a role for ACE inhibitors … suggesting that ARBs might have clinical utility in this setting.

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Oxygen Free Radicals

The two most important oxygen-centered free radicals (in biology) are superoxide and hydroxyl radical (Wikipedia).

Despite being chemically rather benign, superoxide is so toxic that intracellular levels above 1nM are lethal. … Because superoxide is toxic, nearly all organisms living in the presence of oxygen contain isoforms of the superoxide scavenging enzyme, superoxide dismutase, or SOD. SOD is an extremely efficient enzyme; it catalyzes the neutralization of superoxide nearly as fast as the two can diffuse together spontaneously in solution (Wikipedia). SOD in a biologically usable form may be found here.  …

Free radical scavengers

Preliminary data from clinical trials involving patients with sepsis-induced ARDS have shown a reduction in organ damage and a trend toward improvement in survival (survival in ARDS is approximately 60%) after administering or upregulating a variety of free radical scavengers (antioxidants). …

Antioxidant free radical scavengers: Vit C Co-Q10, Pom juice, Lipoic Acid, Omega-3 oils.

Do not take iron or multiple vits with iron.

Avoid sugar and alcohol.

Coagulation Factors

Healthy Immune System

If this flu kills by over-revving the immune system, it stands to reason that a factor that modulates the immune system (allows it to tone-down as well as rev up, depending on the need) should help prevent the ill effects of this disease. I recommend glyconutrients.

Coconut Oil (extra-virgin) – We are grateful to Beth Beisel, registered dietitian and WAPF member for reminding us about the protective factors in coconut oil. Swine flu is a lipid coated virus (http://www.pnas.org/content/98/5/2115.full.pdf+html), and thus is inactivated by sufficient amounts of monolaurin.  (Our bodies convert lauric acid, found in coconut oil, to monolaurin). According to our own Dr. Mary Enig, two to three tablespoons of coconut oil per day appears to be an adequate dosage to fight infection, even from virulent antibiotic-resistant organisms such as MSRA.

Bone broth plays a double role of supporting the immune system and helping the body detoxify. … (So buy a whole free-range chicken, eat the meat and make bone broth from the rest!)

Healthy gut flora provide 85 percent of our protection against disease.  Be sure to consume healthy lacto-fermented foods (yogurts and kefirs with live culture, Bubba’s Pickles and Sauerkraut) and beverages every day and avoid the foods that disrupt gut flora, especially refined carbohydrates. (Weston Price) Probiotic 15-35 and Primal Defense (my preference if only one is used).

Vitacost Immunity page (scroll down for product lists)


“N-Acetyl-Cysteine – a nutritional supplement available at the health food store or Wimberley Pharmacy, has been shown to prevent or lessen the severity of influenza. I suggest 1200mg, twice a day for adults, and 600mg twice a day in kids over 12. It would be hard to get kids under 12 to take it, but you could try opening the capsules and putting it on yogurt. For 40 pounds and up, 300-600 mg twice a day, for less than 40 pounds, half that.  (Dr. Gitterle as posted on http://www.prophezine.com/ )

“Oscillococinum, a homeopathic remedy, has been vindicated as quite effective in a large clinical trial in Europe, with an H1N1 variant. You can buy this at Hill Country Natural Foods, or the Wimberley Pharmacy. … (Dr. Gitterle as posted on http://www.prophezine.com/ )

If you have a GNC around you go buy SAMBUCOL. this is an elderberry extract that was invented in Israel. It has been proven in studies to help prevent or overcome the flu. ( http://www.prophezine.com/ )

Craig Oxley continues…

… The New York Times science reporters and editors are operating under a severe handicap. These stalwarts are clearly unaware of the existence of PubMed, a database available courtesy of the NIH for more than a decade even on a simple home computer, which provides immediate access to the world’s stock of medical papers published in peer reviewed journals … and will yield abstracts of the papers in a list for free to anybody interested who cares to fire up a browser and type in the word “PubMed” into a search engine. …

This miracle is apparently as yet unknown to the New York Times, however. Their Bird Flu squad, assigned to produce a special section on Bird Flu today, evidently failed to consult this modern marvel of information in preparing their pieces. …

Bird flu’s deadly power is to cause the immune system to overreact and produce Tumor Necrosis Factor or TNF in the lungs, which handicaps breathing so severely that nearly half of the unfortunate Asians who have caught it have, like the soldiers of the first World War, turned blue and died in short order.

The cure for such a cytokine storm is none other than our friendly nutritional factor, Vitamin A, in the form of carrots, fish oil and similar (and take D3). (Take A and D3 with fats.)  (I read somewhere to take 5,000 units a day of D3 and more if you’re getting sick) Two studies showing this are out and easily found in PubMed … Just type “cytokine”… The paper (as we noted in our original November 20 post here nearly five months ago) explains that bird flu’s A-H5N1 virus occupies the lungs and intestines primarily and creates Tumor Necrosis Factor-α (TNF-α) in the lungs in a cytokine storm produced by an overreaction of the immune system.

It’s title is
“>Uiprasertkul M, Puthavathana P, Sangsiriwut K, Pooruk P, Srisook K, Peiris M, et al. Influenza A H5N1 replication sites in humans. Emerg Infect Dis [serial on the Internet]. 2005 Jul [date cited].
[link to http://www.scienceguardian.com]


Vit A and D (cod liver oil)

Apple Juice


Vit C (sauerkraut – and this is easy to make.)

Cat’s Claw

Cranberry Juice


Vit E

Fish Oil

Green Tea

Kombucha Tea


Lemon Juice

Mushrooms – The ordinary white button mushroom – can help you beat the swine flu with an immunity boost, researchers at Tufts University say. … This lowly fungus, which was thought for many years to have no medicinal or nutritional value, actually bolsters immunity systems, the researchers say. The Tufts study, published in The Journal of Nutrition, showed that grocery-store button mushrooms have as much antioxidant oomph as more exotic Asian mushrooms, long-prized for their ability to heal and to prevent disease. Common button mushrooms also contain polysaccharides and ergothioneine, along with other substances that jump-start the immune system. And they raise levels of cytokines, which are hormone-like proteins that help defend against viruses and tumors, the study found. How many mushrooms are enough, and how should they be prepared? Holistic health counselor Margie King suggests one-half cup serving a day for full health benefits. You can add them to stews and soups or just put them in tossed salads, she says. …Dietitian Glenn Cardwell calls mushrooms one of nature’s “true superfoods”


Raw Fresh Garlic

Reservatrol (purple grapes)


Tea Tree Oil to inhale in steam

Turmeric – “Great value compared to capsules; you get so much more product. Take at least 1/4 teaspoon and add black pepper — this will increase stomach absorption 20 times more.”

Water, lots of it





Chlorella and Spirulina





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The Pandemic Virus is Not Only Lab-created, but is PATENTED!

By A. True Ott, PhD, ND, 9-5-9

http://www.rense. com/general87/ oracle.htm

3 Responses to Swine Flu – What it is – What to do

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  3. Anonymous says:

    Good Article, but you have conflicting information, you state to avoid eldeberry but then you recommend elderberry in this paragraph beginning with…..If you have a GNC around you go buy SAMBUCOL. this is an elderberry extract that was invented in Israel.

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