I think I have the flu

This year seems to be worse than other years for cold and flu symptoms and people not knowing if they are infected with H1N1.

There is a lot of controversy over the H1N1 vaccine, it has individuals not knowing if they want or even should get the shot.  There are a lot of factors to consider and it does come down to personal choice,  however, we are responsible as individuals to protect our selves from getting sick and passing it on to the ones we live, work and play with.   In the meantime what can you do to protect yourself from getting sick

At this first sign of a cough or sniffle you can start taking Vitamin C.  This is a vitamin that your body does not produce and because it is water soluble your body does not retain it either.  Another product to take for chest coughs is a natural antibiotic for the lungs, Hawaiian Noni.  I also recommend that every person living in the same house of someone that is already sick to start a regime of 4000-6000 mg of Vitamin C per day and 4 servings of Hawaiin Noni per day before they start to show symptoms.  If you are already sick you could take 15 Bio C every day and Hawaiin Noni 4 x per day until you start to feel better

How do I get these products?

This information is for educational purposes only.  It is not intended to be used to diagnose any ailment or prescribe any remedy.  It is not to be a substitute for professional help.  It is intended to set forth historical uses for natural remedies.  A person should consult an approved health professional for any conditions which requires their services.




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About kellypriebe

Greetings! I am a small business owner in the community of Owen Sound in Ontario. I recently opened a tanning salon in Owen Sound and have been hearing a lot of "chatter" about indoor tanning and I want to let as many people that I can reach learn about the benefits of indoor tanning vs outdoor tanning. Education on tanning benefits as essential for the decision maker! Live, Laugh, Love Kelly
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