How effective is the covid vaccine? “Between May 2 and June 5, the vaccine had a 94.3 percent efficacy rate at preventing infection, Bloomberg explains. That rate dropped to 64 percent in the month that followed.“
Read the article HERE.
When I was in school, if I went from a 94% to 64%, that would be a failing grade. Here are my thoughts on how we can deal with the coronavirus:
Spices are a great way to strengthen the immune system. For example, turmeric indicate may have potential as a therapeutic agent in diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease, pancreatitis, arthritis, and chronic anterior uveitis, as well as certain types of cancer. Read the study HERE.
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Consider taking a spoonful of black seed oil daily. It has many health benefits and is believed to help strengthen the immune system. Studies indicate it may be helpful against the coronavirus:
Various randomized controlled trials, pilot studies, case reports and in vitro and in vivo studies confirmed that N.sativa has antiviral, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory, bronchodilatory, antihistaminic, antitussive activities related to causative oraganism and signs and symptoms of COVID-19.Read the full study HERE
Apple cider vinegar has many great benefits also:
Keep your immune system strong by eating healthy foods, getting plenty exercise and going outside and getting vitamin D. Don’t wait until you’re sick to take care of care of yourself. Start now. Your body will thank you.
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