Anti-Viral Drug Regimen when a thought hit me. I've read so much literature on fibromyalgia at this point, and one recurring possibility is that many doctors feel fibromyalgia onset is due to an illness. Furthermore, these illnesses begin as viruses, parasites, bacteria, yeast, or fungus that weaken the immune system; therefore, inhibiting the patient from full recovery.
Due to the fact I have medicine sensitivities, I searched the Internet for natural anti virals and antibiotics wondering if I implemented some of these tactics, would my symptoms lessen? What I came across lead me to implement the following daily strategy.
1. I begin my morning with Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar drink.
2. I have a lunch salad with fresh organic garlic slivered on top, one clove.
3. I have my afternoon Fibromyalgia Smoothie with organic coconut oil.
Noticing I am dosing myself three times a day with a virus, parasite, bacteria, yeast, and fungus killing natural substance. I could be taking a form of medicine in this same route, but, I have severe medicine sensitivities, and this routine causes NO side effects. Dr. Dantini's regimen is noted as taking anywhere from six months to two years if using viral medications. Taking this into consideration, I know I must be prepared to do this routine for as long as my symptoms continue.
Most participants that begin this routine feel immediate results in only a couple of days. Within weeks, you should notice pain subsiding. It is a slow process and it has taken me months to feel pain free most days. But, each month adds renewed vigor for life.
Adding garlic to your routine may enhance brighter pain-free days. Of all garlic's reputed medicinal benefits, perhaps the best well known is its use as a natural antibiotic and antibacterial agent with reports going back through history. There are even stories of it being used to ward off the plague. It's not known how effective this was, however there is some evidence that anthrax is sensitive to garlic. Some people have even suggested that it might help in the fight against acne although that might be too much to hope for.
Garlic's antibiotic properties have been more extensively studied than some of its other reputed health benefits. Louis Pasteur examined garlic's use as an antibacterial back in the nineteenth century and showed how it killed bacteria under laboratory conditions. Numerous modern studies confirm that garlic has definite antibiotic properties and is effective against many bacteria, fungi and viruses. According to Wright State University, garlic is approximately one per cent as potent an antibiotic as penicillin.
When slicing raw garlic on salads, do use organic. Take note at the above picture at the top, this garlic is known to have a higher sulfuric content.