7 steps to take immediately if you test positive for COVID-19…

These 7 steps saved many lives during the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918. At first glance, you might think these steps are difficult, but consider the alternative: if you are in the at-risk category (half of the U.S. adult population is in this category—click HERE to see if you are at risk), you might be hospitalized and yet still die of pneumonia. There is no magic pill for COVID-19. The body’s own immune system must conquer this viral infection. These 7 steps, if immediately implemented, will help your body fight COVID-19. 

Bookmark this website—the information on this website could save your life! (The steps below are not meant to be a substitute for professional medical care—stay in touch with your medical provider.)

Don’t wait to be tested for COVID-19. If you do not feel well, if you have a fever, begin implementing these steps at once. You need to activate your natural killer cells—your body’s innate immunity defense against viral infections. Wes Youngberg, M.D. also has a webpage that you must visit! From the onset of symptoms to where medical intervention may be necessary, you have approximately 10 days to mount a defense. At all costs, you want to avoid the need for hospitalization.

1. Don’t wait until you start feeling really sick. Immediately begin bed rest, isolated from the rest of the family—preferably a bedroom that has its own bathroom. Your caregivers should wear protective gear even if all they have is a plastic trash bag, bandanna, gloves, etc. They should improvise the best they can if they don’t have the proper protective equipment. If they have a mask, they should mist it with iodine which will help to kill viruses.

 

2. Don’t wait for advanced signs that your lungs are affected. Begin chest fomentation treatments twice a day.* SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19, suppresses the immune system, so it would be well to combat this with Step 2 treatments from this website: Hydrotherapy for COVID-19 protocol

 

3. Drink at least 8 cups of water a day. No other liquid but pure water. That means no coffee, caffeinated tea, soft drinks, alcoholic beverages, or fruit juices.

 

4. Eat 2 or 3 meals a day consisting of unrefined, plant-based food items. Eat freely of fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains and legumes. Avoid snacking. Avoid the use of refined carbohydrate products, dairy and meat products, and eliminate sugar in all its forms—honey, molasses, white or brown sugar, maple syrup, etc.

 

5. Keep your sick room warm, but with a window open at all times for fresh, oxygenated outdoor air.

 

6. After all symptoms are gone, remain in a restful state for the next 2 to 5 days to prevent relapse.

 

7. Put your trust in divine power. Read the promises in Psalms 91. Study God's Word—D2BibleSchool.com. Do not get into the fear mode! Fear compromises your immune system. 

 

This was the protocol used by the Seventh-day Adventist Sanitariums in the 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic that was so successful in combating this killer epidemic [for historical evidence, click HERE]. There is reason to believe that this same approach will produce positive outcomes in this current COVID-19 Pandemic.

*Fomentations as immune support - see Scientific Evidence-Based Effects of Hydrotherapy, NIH

The Ambulance Down In The Valley

(written by Joseph Malins)

Twas a dangerous cliff, as they freely confessed,

Though to walk near its crest was so pleasant;

But over its terrible edge there had slipped

A duke, and full many a peasant.

The people said something would have to be done,

But their projects did not at all tally.

Some said, "Put a fence 'round the edge of the cliff,"

Some, "An ambulance down in the valley."

The lament of the crowd was profound and was loud,

As their hearts overflowed with their pity;

But the cry for the ambulance carried the day

As it spread through the neighboring city.

A collection was made, to accumulate aid,

And the dwellers in highway and alley

Gave dollars or cents - not to furnish a fence -

But an ambulance down in the valley.

"For the cliff is all right if you're careful," they said;

"And if folks ever slip and are dropping,

It isn't the slipping that hurts them so much

As the shock down below - when they're stopping."

So for years (we have heard), as these mishaps occurred,

Quick forth would the rescuers sally,

To pick up the victims who fell from the cliff,

With the ambulance down in the valley.

Said one, to his peers, "It's a marvel to me

That you'd give so much greater attention

To repairing results than to curing the cause;

You had much better aim at prevention.

For the mischief, of course, should be stopped at its source,

Come, neighbors and friends, let us rally.

It is far better sense to rely on a fence

Than an ambulance down in the valley."

"He is wrong in his head," the majority said;

"He would end all our earnest endeavor.

He's a man who would shirk his responsible work,

But we will support it forever.

Aren't we picking up all, just as fast as they fall,

And giving them care liberally?

A superfluous fence is of no consequence,

If the ambulance works in the valley.

The story looks queer as we've written it here,

But things oft occur that are stranger;

More humane, we assert, than to succor the hurt

Is the plan of removing the danger,

The best possible course is to safeguard the source;

Attend to things rationally.

Yes, build up the fence and we might almost dispense

With the ambulance down in the valley.

The 7 steps are 7 sections of a fence that must be erected at the top of the cliff in order to relieve the pressure on the ambulance down in the valley. If we go over the cliff of this COVID-19 pandemic and allow this disease to progress to where we need to be put on a ventilator, we will overwhelm the medical establishment down in the valley. But even more serious, only a small number of those who will be placed on a ventilator will survive. See: Ventilators Are No Panacea For Critically Ill COVID-19 Patients

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