Think the swine flu is beyond you? You may want to reconsider. But, instead of protecting yourself with potentially harmful vaccines that the pharmaceutical companies have developed, experts say you can ward off this dangerous flu with simple, herbal remedies.
The experts at State Ayurvedic College in Allahabad have stated they have discovered evidence that herbal remedies can protect you against the swine flu. This discovery has created a buzz among the medical community and hope for those who want to actively reduce their risk of developing the swine flu without resorting to potentially harmful vaccines.
A three tiered herbal formula has been discovered that helps in combating various born diseases such as:
This three tiered herbal formula was developed by twelve seasoned experts from Ayurvedic at the college of Allahabad. The formula includes three highly effective natural ingredients, including:
- Anti-swine flu Ayurvedic tea
- Immune boosters
- Ayurvedic fogging agent
All these ingredients work together in the fight to combat H1N1 virus, malaria, Japanese encephalitis, and dengue fever.
The leaders of implementation of this three tiered herbal remedy have started to go out and actively promote the benefits of the herbal remedy. One of the lead experts, Tomar, has been delivering lectures and speeches at a wide variety of locations including faculty at Ayurveda and other relevant decision makers and supporters throughout the government system.
The three components of the three tier herbal weapon for swine flu is tea powder. The tea powder combines five different herbs: gudachi, tulsi, pitt papara, bhumi amla, and mulahati. This powder formula has shown to work on both alleviating symptoms and targeting the actual virus through its strong anti-viral properties.
The second part of the tier is focused around an immune modulator (also known as a booster). This tier was prepared by combining the following herbs: ashwagandha, brahmi, and shatavari. They are known to boost immunity and help in combating viral attacks on vital systems in the body.
The third tier of the herbal remedy is the Ayurvedic fogging agent. This agent plays a critical role in helping decrease the spreading of the disease to people that come into close contact with it. The fogging agent is a combination of twenty-seven herbs. The most commonly known ones are: guggal, raal, rai, sarson (mustard), neem, dhatura, bhilawa, saijan leaves, and agaru. In essence, that combination of herbs acts as a repellent and helps prevent the spreading of the disease.
There has been much hope and optimism generated from knowing that a natural herbal remedy could help in the prevention of swine flu and other vector born diseases.