Coronavirus Protocol

Coronavirus is an infectious disease caused by a new virus that had not been previously identified in humans. Currently, the virus has been detected in populations of 28 countries. Although our knowledge is still limited about the nature of the coronavirus, we do know certain facts that can limit our risk to contracting the condition. We know the virus is spread through the breath, and other mucous membranes, including the eyes.

The cellular mechanism of the virus appears to be that the virus enters the cell, and once inside the cell, releases its RNA into the cell cytoplasm. The normal cell machinery is then hijacked, and more viruses are produced. An enzyme called 3CL (3-chymotripsin-like protease) is released, and this enzyme attacks the cells’ defenses against the coronaavirus inhibitors.

South Korea recently announced that it has successfully treated coronavirus patients using oxygen. There are many steps you can take using natural substances and therapies to minimize the odds of contracting the virus- some involve life-style adjustments and undergoing therapies.

Life-Style Adjustments:

  • Keep your face and eyes protected
  • Get plenty of sun
  • Keep Vitamin A levels high
  • Keep your pH levels high with alkaline foods and liquids
  • Stay hydrated
  • Use essential oils liberally

Therapies (available at Infuse Life):

Ozone Therapy is the number one therapy to be done to both treat and prevent the coronavirus. Ozone destroys viruses by diffusing the gas through the protein coat of the cell, and into the nucleic acid core. This process results in damaging the RNA of the virus. While healthy cells have complex enzymes system as protectors, viruses, on the other hand, have no protections against oxidative stress, making them vulnerable to ozone.

The various types of treatments we offer include:

  • Anal & Vaginal Ozone Insufflations
  • Ear Ozone Insufflation
  • Nasal Ozone Insufflation
  • Red Blood Ozone
  • White Saline Ozone

Vitamin C
Based on studies, it is believed that Vitamin C infusion can also help improve the prognosis of patients with SARI (Severe Acute Respiratory Infection).

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