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This is part 4 of 4 of my Epstein-Barr virus video series. I’m going to discuss the many natural treatment options that support the immune system, prevent the virus from infecting our cells, and reduce EBV’s ability to replicate in the body.
How long do you treat EBV?
I recommend at least 4 weeks, but it may take 6 weeks or more if your reactivated antibody levels were extremely high.
How do I know when the virus is back in check?
It’s a good idea to repeat your EBV antibody lab panel a month or so after treatment. You want to see your VCA-IgM and EA-IgG (early antigen) antibodies go back down to the normal lab range and not show elevations any more.
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HERBS AND SUPPLEMENTS:
Acnutrol (Vitamin A, Zinc, Selenium) – http://bit.ly/2pjxeiZ
Magnesium – http://bit.ly/2oP4k97
L-Lysine – http://bit.ly/2oqNhav
Biotics Research IAG (Arabinogalactans) – http://bit.ly/2oUwWMl
Lemon Balm – http://bit.ly/2ilUyHg
Andrographis – http://bit.ly/2pHlUtT
Turmeric – http://bit.ly/2pWlBLg
Passionflower – http://bit.ly/2o8qfJv
Olive Leaf – http://bit.ly/2oOUELD
DRY BODY BRUSHING:
How to do dry body brushing – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doKUKdCGWDs
Dry body brush – http://amzn.to/2pJ31ac
BrainSync (Healing Meditation) – http://www.brainsync.com/healing-meditation.html
Turmeric and Passionflower exhibit antiviral activity against Epstein-Barr: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11884218
Walking in nature increases the immune system’s natural killer (NK) and T-cells: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18394317