Critical Hygiene - Recommendations Specific to the Coronavirus
“The Chinese now understand the behavior of the COVID-19 virus thanks to the autopsies they have carried out. This virus is characterized by obstructing respiratory pathways with thick mucus that solidifies and blocks the airways and lungs. They have discovered that, in order to be able to apply a medicine, you have to open and unblock these airways so treatment can be used to take effect. However, all of this takes a number of days. They’re recommendations so you can safeguard yourself are:
Drink lots of hot liquids- coffee, soups, teas- in addition to warm water. Take a sip of warm water every 20 minutes because this keeps your mouth moist and washes any of the virus that’s entered your mouth into your stomach where your gastric juices will neutralize it before it can get to the lungs.
Gargle with an antiseptic in warm water- like vinegar, salt or lemon- everyday, if possible.
The virus attaches to hair and clothes. Any detergent or soap kills it, but you must take a bath or a shower when you get in from the street. Avoid sitting down anywhere and go straight to the bathroom or shower. If you cannot wash your clothes daily, hang them in direct sunlight, which also neutralizes the virus.
Wash metallic surfaces very carefully because the virus can remain viable on these for up to 9 days. Take note and be vigilant about touching handrails, door handles, etc. Within your own house, make sure you keep these clean and wipe them down regularly.
Wash your hands every 20 minutes using any soap that foams.
Eat fruits and vegetables. Try to elevate your zinc levels, not just your vitamin c levels.
Animals do not spread the virus to people. It is only
However their hair can carry the virus (just like yours). So if you take your pet outside, wash your pet also.
Try to avoid getting the common flu or eating and drinking cold things.
If you feel any discomfort or a sore throat coming on, attack it immediately using the above methods. The. Virus enters the system this way and remains three or four days within the throat before it passes into the lungs."