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Monday, September 9, 2013

Bill Gates Tonic Herbs

To combat malaria scientists all over the world have been working for over 50 years to develop a vaccine. Today 3 main candidates are competing. Among them, the vaccine developed by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in partnership with GSK. From: The Vaccine According to Bill Gates

"Does eating garlic influence the outcome of malaria? There is evidence that yes, it may." Compounds called disulfides occur naturally in garlic…are known to have antifungal, anticancer and antibacterial properties. These compounds may eventually be used to treat not only malaria, but some types of cancer as well. "We desperately need new cheap malaria treatments.
Malaria is found throughout the tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world and causes more than 300 million acute illnesses and at least one million deaths annually and is a life-threatening parasitic disease transmitted by mosquitoes.  In 1880, scientists discovered the real cause of malaria a one-cell parasite called plasmodium. Later they discovered that the parasite is transmitted from person to person through the bite of a female Anopheles mosquito, which requires blood to nurture her eggs. Inside the human host, the parasite undergoes a series of changes as part of its complex life-cycle. Its various stages allow plasmodia to evade the immune system, infect the liver and red blood cells, and finally develop into a form that is able to infect a mosquito again when it bites an infected person.
Symptoms of Malaria appear about 9 to 14 days after the infectious mosquito bite, although this varies with different plasmodium species. Typically, malaria produces fever, headache, vomiting and other flu-like symptoms. Malaria can kill by infecting and destroying red blood cells (anemia) and by clogging the capillaries that carry blood to the brain (cerebral malaria) or other vital organs.
Malaria, together with HIV/AIDS and TB, is one of the major public health challenges undermining development in the poorest countries in the world. Malaria parasites are developing unacceptable levels of resistance to one drug after another and many insecticides are no longer useful against mosquitoes transmitting the disease.
Science still has no magic bullet for malaria and many doubt that such a single solution will ever exist. Nevertheless, effective low-cost strategies are available for its treatment, prevention and control and the Roll Back Malaria global partnership is vigorously promoting them in Africa and other malaria-endemic regions of the world.
The “magic bullet” component in garlic penetrates every cell in the body. Garlic does not allow germ/virus/any foreign organism to socialize - reproduction is not an option; the possibility of mutation - impossible! When a virus or foreign cell is penetrated it is destroyed the remains are flushed from the body. Plus garlic fortifies the immune system preventing future onsets. 

Today synthetically Penicillin is produced to meet increasing demand. When [synthetic] antibiotics reach the panicle of ineffectiveness then will medicine return to nature and stop creating super-bugs.]
Thyme is the primary ingredient in the original LISTERINE® MOUTHWASH because of its germ killing power. [What is the primary ingredient today - natural or synthesized thyme?]

Herbal Parasite Destroyers: Black walnut; Cayenne; Cloves; Gentian; Ginger: Fennel: Hyssop: Thyme; Wormwood. Garlic has a history of killing parasites and controlling secondary fungal infections, detoxifying while gently stimulating elimination, and has antioxidant properties to protect against oxidation caused by parasite toxins.

 The TONIC Nutritional Garlic Supplement is made from a centuries-old recipe originally taken seasonally to prevent colds and flu. The combination of organic ingredients contains the power of raw garlic and no unpleasant residue formulated to help maintain Good Health, Naturally.
This is not medicine or medical advice. Supplements may react adversely with synthetic drugs.
Consult doctor for all health concerns.

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