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Jeff Sutherland

Twice the Energy with Half the Stress

Influenza A (H3N2) Epidemic: 70,000 Deaths Expected this Year

“Influenza is a killer virus. And the way things are going, this year will be the worst I’ve seen in my career,” said Dr. Greg Poland, 48, director of the vaccine research group at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota. (Sun-Sentinel 4 Dec 2003) You may not be able to get the flu vaccine because supplies are running out. It’s not the right vaccine anyway, so other alternatives need to be employed. The good news is that this flu responds well to Oscillicoccinum 200C (one pellet in water and sip while you have symptoms), Transfer Factor Plus (2 capsules twice a day), and Vitamin C (1000mg twice a day).

If you really want to zap this flu and you don’t have a frequency generator, run yourself a hot bath and pour a half a cup of your Oscillicoccinum water solution in the tub. Soak for 10-15 minutes and you will notice a remarkable effect. Don’t forget to soak your head.

The bad news even after you eliminate the disease is that you will get reinfected on almost every airline flight or at any large gathering of people. And this flu is persistent. Pathogens remain even after most symptoms are gone causing odd symptoms and general weakness.

As a result, I’ve started taking Matol KM again. This herbal mixture was designed by an Alpine climber who wanted to overcome fatigue during extreme rock climbing conditions in the Alps. A teaspoon a day in water will tune up your physical system. Robin Murphy, a black belt martial artist and one of the leading homeopaths in the world, put me on to this years ago. Medicine will only take you so far, even if it cures you. To stimulate your body to peak performance, a slight herbal stimulus is required.

KM is also very good for cancer patients, particularly those who have lost a lot of weight. It is rare that a substance helps a world class athelete as much as someone severely depleted from chemotherapy. I restarted my relationship with Matol to get a web site, and if you use it, you will help support electronic medicine – see

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