This infection is a respiratory virus that is transmitted through the air by exhalation, cough, or sneeze from an infected person. To get the illness a health person must inhale the virus into their nose and lungs. In the air, the virus can be in three forms: Aerosolized, small water droplets, or large water droplets.
In the aerosolized form, it is a free-floating virus that is so light it can stay suspended in the air for quite some time. Fortunately, this form is rare. Both small and large water droplet forms are heavier than air and fall to the ground or surrounding surfaces within 6 feet of the infected person. Physical distancing and masks prevent the inhalation of the small and large water droplets. The aerosolized form can go through a mask, even an N95 mask. Again, this form is rare, so not to worry.
When the virus enters the airway of a healthy person a variety of immune system functions protect the epithelial cells that line the airways of the nose, mouth, trachea, and bronchial tubes. However, under the right conditions the virus can attach itself to an epithelial cell and inject its genetic material into that cell. It then hijacks the cell’s DNA to make new viruses.
Eventually, after a lot of new viruses have been made inside of that cell, the cell wall breaks down releasing more viruses into the airway. Some of those new viruses attach to more epithelial cells to make more virus and some are exhaled, coughed, or sneezed out of the newly infected persons airway. They can now infect another person who inhales them. That is why an infected person might be able to transmit the virus before having symptoms of the illness.
After enough infected cells are damaged by the virus, an immune system response occurs, creating symptoms of fever (the virus cannot live over 101.5 F), cough (to get rid of the virus), fatigue and body aches (to keep you home so you do not spread it around), as well as other symptoms like headache, sore throat, congestion, etc.
It is an over reactive immune system response that causes the severe illness requiring hospitalizations. Medications like Hydroxychloroquine, zinc, and Azithromycin can reduce the overreacting immune response, calming things down enough so the body can get rid of the invasion.
We are not sure of the mechanism of action of the homeopathic remedy that you are going to learn to make, but we do know that all of our test subjects have recovered at least 90% in less than 5 days. So far, we only have 12 patients who have used the remedy. We will be adding more to the trial, but at this time we do not have too many sick people in our area. Three of the test subjects were extremely ill with low oxygen levels, the rest were sick, but had mild to moderate symptoms.
The more severe cases improved gradually in about a 5-day period. Some of the others recovered in 24 hours. I realize that this is nowhere near a statistically significant study. But I decided we need to release this information now, so people that are sick can try it and we can get on top of this thing faster.
How to Make a Homeopathic Remedy
In a minute, I will go through the entire process needed to make a homeopathic remedy. Most remedies are made from plants, herbs, or minerals. Arnica for acute strains and injuries is made from the Mountain Daisy. Chamomilla for colic, teething and earaches is made from German Chamomile.
Some are made from poisonous plants. Belladonna is great for fever. Some are made from minerals like Phosphorous. It is used to control bleeding, help with fear of the dark or loud noises, and to dissolve cataracts. Many are made for other, sometimes strange things. Venoms from snakes and spiders have been used to make homeopathic remedies. Lachesis made from the venom of a snake is used for dissolving blood clots. Apis, made for a ground up honeybee is great for hives and beestings.
The concept of “Like cures Like” to make homeopathic remedies leads us to the concept of a type of homeopathic remedy that is made from diseased tissue. This type of remedy is called a Nosode. For example, the four herpes remedies, Herpes 1, Herpes 2, Zoster, and Varicella are amazingly effective for treating cold sores, genital herpes, shingles, and chicken pox.
This homeopathic remedy for this Infection is made from the nasopharyngeal mucus of a person positive for the virus. The best case is the sample that is collected from a sick person, then a homeopathic Nosode is prepared from that sample and then given back to that person as drops or sprays in the mouth. In our trial, that was only done one time. All other cases were treated with a remedy made from another sick person. That original subject recovered in 24 hours.
Yes, I get it. That sounds very disgusting. A medicine made from the nasal discharge of a sick person. Most of us will recoil at the thought of that. If we can accept that homeopathy is accurate, and it has been used for 200 years this begins to make some sense. The best part of homeopathic remedies is that they can do no harm. There are no side effects.
So, we collect a sample of nasopharyngeal mucus and put it in 75-90% alcohol. This creates something called a Mother Tincture. This mother tincture is then diluted and shaken. The dilution is 1 drop of mother tincture in 99 drops or one teaspoon of water or alcohol. This is called a C potency. (If the dilution is 1/10 the dilution is called an X potency). This is then shaken 30 times. This shaking is called succussion. It is done by hitting the bottle containing the diluted sample against a hard surface like a large book. After the dilution and succussion, this solution is now called a 1C potency.
Next, one drop of the 1C remedy is diluted in 99 drops or one teaspoon of water or alcohol. This is then succussed 30 times. You now have a 2C remedy. This process is continued until you have a 30C remedy. The more dilution and succussion the stronger the remedy.
Our results so far have been good with the 30C remedy. For self-preparations, we feel that the 30 is the best potency for this virus.
I will now demonstrate the process of dilution and succussion. I will show you a couple of ways to do the dilutions based on the equipment you have available. Before you begin to make your remedy, you will need a few things. If you are sick, be sure to have someone else collect these things for you. If you must go out into public to get any of these items always wear a mask.
Items Needed to Prepare This Remedy
75-90% alcohol. We use Everclear 151 proof or 180 proof. Any liquor will work over 40% (80 proof). The higher percentage of alcohol the better. Do not use isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol. No drinking while making the remedy. This is not a party.
Long cotton tip applicator. If you do not have a long one, a Q-tip will work. Make sure the end is secure, so you so not lose it when you put it up into your nose to collect the sample of mucus.
Dropper bottles. Best to have four of those. You should be able to get those at a drug store.
Mixing bottle. Any small bottle with a screw on top will be okay. Glass is best, but plastic will work also.
A large hard cover book or a board and a small folded towel.
Note pad and pen or pencil.
Some kind of marker.
Labels for your bottles. White tape will also work for this.
Transparent tape to secure labels.
Small cup and a larger bowl to discard remedy that is not needed
Measuring device. You will need something that will measure 5 cc or one teaspoon. One cc equals 20 drops. So, 100 drops will equal 5cc or one teaspoon. You are going to be mixing one drop of remedy in 100 drops or 5 cc or one teaspoon of water or alcohol
In traditional medicine, when you make a medication, the measurements must be very precise. In homeopathy, we are dealing with the energy aspects of the remedy and the precision of the measurements are not as important.
Remedy Dosing and Frequency
Once the remedy is prepared, we recommend four drops under the tongue every 2-4 hours depending on the severity of illness. As you get better you can decrease the frequency. Continue to use the remedy four times a day for about two days after the symptoms are gone or at least much milder.
Continuing to take the remedy too long can cause symptoms to reappear. If symptoms recur, you can start the remedy again. If other family members do get ill, they can use the same remedy that you made for yourself.
Although this remedy is to be used for treatment of symptoms, a single dose of four drops under the tongue once per week might help to prevent his corona virus infection.