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03
Oct

Virus takes hold

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Well it was to be expected really. There is so much going round at the moment that all it probably takes is walking into air that has been freshly coughed into.

So I picked up a virus. Couldve been swine flu or something more generic, I can't tell. In anycase the past week has been horrible.

I'm about 60% better after feeling my worst around tuesday/wednesday time. I've kept on my supplements, increasing the vitamin C by 2g to 8g daily, and I've felt this has helped significantly. I'm also trialling some 10ppm colloidal silver, 3 tablespoons daily for a couple of days to see what happens. Alot of people claim this can clear up viruses fast.

When I'm feeling a little better and get round to it, the original plan for the silver was as a nasal rinse for my post nasal drip. I plan to mix it with salt and water and use a neti pot twice a day to irrigate the sinuses. I also have in my supplement box wild oregano oil and tea tree oil. I sense I may need to be carefull with these, especially if used for irrigating, but it might be worth a shot if it turnes out my PND is fungal.

One more week of work then a well deserved week off.

Roll on.

 

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  • Hi Konnor,

    Glad you seem to be getting over your virus. I'm sure the extra vitamin C helped as it has many functions in the immune system such as enhancing T lymphocyte activity.

    There was a case a few years ago where tea tree oil containing products were suspected of causing breast growth in a young boy due to estrogenic effects. However, this link seems to have been widely disproven now. It's probably still worth being cautious when using essential oils though, they are pretty powerful substances.

    Enjoy your week off!

    Comment last edited on about 8 years ago by Maff

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