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3 Top Herbs for Coronavirus

 
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Herbs that kill Coronavirus up to 100%:

Chamomile

[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]

Liquorice root

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Oregano oil

(Original link got blocked after going viral, company that makes branded Oregano oil had a lab do in vitro & cell culture studies & it was 100% effective against generic Coronavirus, I looked up the lab & it's legit. Here's an alternate article)
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Standardized alcohol extracts are best along with standardized capsules, the teas are also tasty & relaxing.

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What the fuck is going on with those cannabis shills today.

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Nice overview of herbal approaches on multiple levels, should warn people it's a PDF download!

All it needs is popular/generic names of each herb & a bigger footnotes section with links to each claimed herbal action, but sounds like a master herbalist.

I have seen another slant with possible contraindications on immune boosting herbs, at least in the cytokine storm phase or shortly before. I noted Elderberry in particular but think it is ok in the early phase ar least.
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Herbs that kill Coronavirus up to 100%:

Chamomile

[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]

Liquorice root

[link to www.thelancet.com (secure)]

Oregano oil

[link to dramaurinaturopath.com (secure)]

Standardized alcohol extracts are best along with standardized capsules, the teas are also tasty & relaxing.
 Quoting: da kat


Did not know about chamomile -

How well do you think dried powder chamomile would work compared to chamomile essential oil? The EO is probably way lots better - right? Might the dried chamomile flowers still be therapeutic enough? With regard to resp infections -
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1. Colloidal Silver & Colloidal Copper (and Ionic versions of these as well)
Nano-sized silver particles help to stop the replication process of viruses by binding to them and preventing them from infecting healthy human cells -- kills off bacterium & fungi, freeing up the immune system to focus on the viral infection.

Nano-sized particles of copper can actually kill viruses on contact. A silver & copper combo seems like one of the best natural remedies for kicking the crap out of corona virus.

2. Licorice
Test-tube studies demonstrate that licorice root extract is effective against HIV, RSV, herpes viruses, and severe acute respiratory syndrome-related coronavirus (SARS-CoV), which causes a serious type of pneumonia.

3. Sage
Studies have shown that Sage can inhibit the spread of HIV virus.

4. Basil
In test-tube studies, Basil extracts were shown to exhibit potent effects against Herpes, Hepatitis B, and Enterovirus.

5. Fennel
A test-tube study showed that fennel extract exhibited strong antiviral effects against herpes viruses and parainfluenza type-3, which causes respiratory infections in cattle.

6. Garlic
In a study in 23 adults with warts caused by human papillomavirus (HPV), applying garlic extract to affected areas twice daily eliminated the warts in all of them after 1–2 weeks.

7. Lemon balm
Test-tube research has shown that it has antiviral effects against avian influenza (bird flu), herpes viruses, HIV-1, and enterovirus 71.

8. Peppermint
In a test-tube study, peppermint-leaf extract exhibited potent antiviral activity against respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and significantly decreased levels of inflammatory compounds.

9. Rosemary
Rosemary extract has demonstrated antiviral effects against herpes viruses and hepatitis A.

10. Echinacea
Several test-tube studies suggest that certain varieties of echinacea, including E. pallida, E. angustifolia, and E. purpurea, are particularly effective at fighting viral infections like herpes and influenza.

11. Elderberries (Sambucus)
A study in mice determined that concentrated elderberry juice suppressed influenza virus replication and stimulated immune system response.

12. Oregano
Oregano oil has been shown to exhibit antiviral activity against Herpes and Norovirus.

13. Astragalus
Test-tube and animal studies show that astragalus combats herpes viruses, hepatitis C, and avian influenza H9 virus.

14. Ginger
Test-tube research demonstrates that ginger extract has antiviral effects against avian influenza, RSV, and feline calicivirus (FCV), which is comparable to human norovirus.

15. Ginseng
In animal and test-tube studies, Korean red ginseng extract has exhibited significant effects against RSV, herpes viruses, and hepatitis A.

16. Dandelion
Test-tube research indicates that dandelion may combat hepatitis B, HIV, and influenza.

17. Turmeric (Curcumin)
Exhibits anti-viral effects against Zika and chikungunya virus infection.

18. Green Tea
Green tea (Camellia sinensis) contains a group of flavonoids called catechins, which appear to inhibit viral infections by blocking the enzymes that allow it to reproduce. Green tea has been known to be effective in inhibiting HIV, herpes simples and the hepatitis B virus.

19. Olive Leaf
The leaves of Olive trees (Olea europea) contain a substances called elenoic acid and calcium elonate has been identified as a powerful inhibitor of a wide range of viruses in laboratory tests., including influenza, herpes, polio and coxsackie viruses. These substances block the production of enzymes that allow viruses to replicate.

20. Pau d’arco
Pau d’arco (Tabebuia impetiginosa), also known as lapacho or ipe roxo, is an Amazon tree with healing inner bark that can treat colds, influenza, herpes and viral stomatis. It contains quinoids that inhibit virus replication by damaging the DNA and RNA inside the viral protein that would insert itself in a healthy human cell and replicate.

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Re: 3 Top Herbs for Coronavirus
Herbs that kill Coronavirus up to 100%:

Chamomile

[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]

Liquorice root

[link to www.thelancet.com (secure)]

Oregano oil

[link to dramaurinaturopath.com (secure)]

Standardized alcohol extracts are best along with standardized capsules, the teas are also tasty & relaxing.
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take me... im a herb...
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Mung Beans.
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Don't forget to burn white Sage.
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I cannot use any of those, the first two are bad for me because I take transplant medicine and the oregano oil really upsets my stomach. I suppose I could take it if I absolutely had to.

I have a whole list of other things that I have made up for myself... Can't use all of them, but some people can:

Lysine
Chelated zinc
Ester-C
Monolaurin
Oscillococcinum
Ester-C with bioflavonoids
Liposomal vitamin C
Sinus Rinse twice a day with the sinus rinse bottle
Colloidal silver nasal spray
Baking soda and water twice a day, just a little
Hydroxychloroquine
Selenium, in moderation
Coconut oil mouth rinse and gargle
One Cup One Life water (Google it)
If you do feel the sickness coming on, a combination of acid reducers and Benadry
Hydrogen peroxide in a vaporizer, inhaled through the mouth only
Spraying all deliveries, mail, cash money, bags that people touched at the grocery, items off the grocery shelf, the interior of the car, including steering wheel, gear shift, my cell phone, everything gets a little dousing of Lysol. Also carrying tissues in case you have to push buttons or other things with your hands. You can also of course he's your knuckle but then you get germs on your hands.
Trying to stand at least 6 feet away from others when in public. I was at the bank the other day and people kept pushing up against me so I stepped up to the front counter and waited there until the next teller was available, people just don't have a clue.
I have also noticed that everywhere I go, surfaces, keypads, screens, everything is just absolutely filthy and covered with grime and nasty fingerprints that are practically 3D with gunk. They had to hand sanitizer next to the screen at the bank at the teller window, and I literally took a squirt of it and rubbed it across the screen before I touched it. I honestly feel like the government should have required businesses to start wiping down twice a day, I mean we have security guards that wander around with nothing to do and everywhere I go businesses are really slowing down so might as well put them to work sanitizing the place and wiping down surfaces that are commonly touched by the public. Wouldn't hurt anything.
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And forgot to mention, there's also this really cool four tube light bulb that you can get, although now they probably are sold out. You put it in a normal lamp, without lamp shade, in a closed up room. Don't leave plants, animals, or humans in the room. Use a lamp timer so that you can set it to run for half an hour in the room. Not only will it kill every pest in the vicinity by creating ozone and also omitting powerful UV light, but it gets rid of odors and germs and viruses also. You will have to stay out for 6 to 8 hours unless you can find a way to ventilate the room with fresh air without going near it. You do not want to be in the presence of the UV light or the ozone, it is not recommended. Eventually it will degrade and dissipate on its own, or you can leave the window unlocked but closed, and when the lamp has gone off, you can go outside and open the window and then walk away and let the ventilation clear the room. Once smell of ozone is no longer present, you know the room is clear. I'm sure you can look this up on Google. Works really well for mold, mildew, and odors also. Use according to instructions, take care.
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More on Oregano oil:

Oil of Oregano: Weapon Against the Flu?
By Marissa Beck, MS, RD

Take a whiff or a taste of oil of oregano and feel the aromatic minty burn. Herbalists believe the oil has antiviral, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antibacterial, and antiparasitic properties. Although the oil has existed for centuries, it has recently started appearing in eyedropper bottles at the checkout corral in supermarkets. With the H1N1 pandemic knocking on 2010’s door, complementary and alternative medicine is gaining popularity. But are those considering this oil for medicinal use on the right track?

A Look at the Research
Results from a 1999 study published in the Journal of Applied Microbiology showed favorable antibacterial and antimicrobial effects. Hammer and colleagues found that oil of oregano’s main activity was due to two phenolic compounds: carvacrol and thymol. These compounds act as bacteriostatic agents on harmful microbes, meaning the oil inhibits replication but doesn’t necessarily kill the bacteria. Their findings also demonstrated the oil’s ability to inhibit growth of some fungi and parasites.

A 2005 study in Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, conducted by researchers from the department of physiology and biophysics at Georgetown University Medical Center, examined oil of oregano (Origanum) in vitro to determine its effects on Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus anthracis Sterne, E. coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Helicobacter pylori, and Mycobacterium terrae. Origanum inhibited all of the tested organisms except for B. anthracis Sterne. The researchers postulated that Origanum alone or combined with antibiotics might prove useful in preventing and treating severe bacterial infections, especially those that are difficult to treat and/or are antibiotic resistant.1

Oregano oil has also been shown to be a potent antioxidant. A 1996 study by Lagouri et al in the International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition identified the major antioxidative fraction of the oil to have tocopherols (vitamin E), which are known to fight free radical damage.

However, a 2006 clinical trial by Nurmi et al in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry yielded varying results when researchers tested this antioxidative concept on humans. The study randomized 45 healthy nonsmoking males to consume mango-orange juice (placebo), mango-orange juice enriched with 300 mg/day of oregano extract, or mango-orange juice enriched with 600 mg/day of oregano extract for four weeks. Although the researchers noted that there was a significant difference in the excretion of phenolic compounds in the 600 mg/day group compared with the placebo group, there were no short- or long-term effects on the biomarkers of lipid peroxidation. This means that despite high amounts of the oregano extract in the body, free radicals were still dominant.

But can the oil help stave off this year’s flu? Preclinical in vitro studies administered by M. Khalid Ijaz, DVM, PhD, show that wild oregano oil alone and then in combination with cumin, sage, and cinnamon oils (Oregacillin) reduced the strength of human influenza virus A2. (H1N1 is a subtype of this virus.) To note, the test agents used were Oreganol P73 and Oregacyn, both extracts manufactured by North American Herb & Spice, the company sponsoring these antiviral studies. The antiviral activities of two Oreganol P73-based spice extracts were evaluated during in vitro human coronavirus infection. The virus was exposed to the oregano oils and researchers collected samples at various times postexposure. Results indicated that Oreganol P73 and Oregacyn inhibited the human coronavirus infection in vitro. These findings do not necessarily indicate that oil of oregano can act as a preventative measure for this season’s flu.1

Indications and Usage
A typical dose of oregano oil is 100 mg three times daily via a liquid or as capsules. In either form, dietitians should help clients verify that the product is derived from the correct oregano plant (Origanum vulgare). Additionally, the product should contain 55% to 65% of the phenolic compound carvacrol.

Research to date has not proven the efficacy of using oil of oregano to treat respiratory disorders, herpes simplex virus outbreaks, rheumatoid arthritis, and urinary tract disorders, yet some companies that produce oil of oregano make claims for those medicinal purposes. Additionally, although much of the literature is promising for the antimicrobial, antiparasitic, antifungal, and antioxidant effects of consuming the oil, researchers have yet to complete any meaningful, well-done studies at the viral level.

Drug Interactions and Side Effects
Although no drug interaction data are available, oil of oregano may cause sensitivities in those with allergies to thyme, basil, mint, or sage since the oregano plant belongs to the same family. Additionally, oil of oregano’s safety is questionable in young children and pregnant or nursing women, and it is contraindicated for people with severe liver or kidney disease.

(Several paragraphs more of disclaimers in original at link.)

— Marissa Beck, MS, RD, is a health writer and dietitian based in New York City.

Reference
1. Ijaz MK, Chen Z, Raja SS, et al. Antiviral and virucidal activities of oreganol P73-based spice extracts against human coronavirus in vitro.Presented at: Seventeenth International Conference on Antiviral Research; May 2-6, 2004; Tucson, Ariz.

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Herbs that kill Coronavirus up to 100%:

Chamomile

[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]

Liquorice root

[link to www.thelancet.com (secure)]

Oregano oil

(Original link got blocked after going viral, company that makes branded Oregano oil had a lab do in vitro & cell culture studies & it was 100% effective against generic Coronavirus, I looked up the lab & it's legit. Here's an alternate article)
[link to www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov (secure)]

Standardized alcohol extracts are best along with standardized capsules, the teas are also tasty & relaxing.
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