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I know, I am sick of reading about it, too. But this virus just won’t go away. At the start of it all, I gathered together all my knowledge regarding immune stimulation and viral defense and compiled a list of herbs and supplements that might be useful for this virus.

Then, my very esteemed colleagues wrote this paper that will be in the Integrative Medical Journal, and they do a fabulous job in detailing a natural medicine approach to COVID. So, instead of me paraphrasing and summarizing their article, I am going to share it here instead. 

If you are not interested in the entire article, which is a bit complex, pay special attention to Figure 2, which will tell you what is recommended for prevention, infection, escalating inflammation, and recovery.

https://athmjournal.com/covid19/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2020/05/imcj-19-08.pdf

This is very important, priceless information. Instead of simply doing nothing, hoping you don’t get infected with COVID, and then hoping harder that it does not affect you too terribly, this gives you something to do. Be proactive. Take control over your own health. This virus is not going away, but you can do your best to prepare for it and get through it safely.

Disclaimer: The products and services discussed regarding COVID-19 are solely to enhance immune function or help manage symptoms and are not offered to prevent or cure the novel infection caused by SARS-CoV-2. Our clinical experience suggests that products or services offered may mitigate the consequences and alleviate some of the complications of the illness. The FDA has not approved these therapies expressly for use in COVID-19 or any viral disease and suggested use may be “off-label” and are not intended to treat any disease indication but only offer symptomatic relief. While there is evidence supporting such use, that evidence may not rise to the level necessary for acceptance by medical associations, health institutions, or regulatory bodies. There may be professional disagreement and some professionals and regulatory bodies may be of the opinion that some recommendations are not helpful or inappropriate.