Elderberries make flu shots look ridiculous

Elderberry essentially works by boosting the production of cytokines, unique proteins that act as messengers to help regulate immune response.

Elderberry essentially works by boosting the production of cytokines, unique proteins that act as messengers to help regulate immune response.

by Joanne Henning Tedesco — 

Elderberry is found growing wild in North America, Europe, northern Africa and western Asia, and has been used throughout history to deter the influenza virus.

In fact, in 1995, an entire influenza epidemic was prevented in Panama utilizing an elderberry treatment. In 2005, researchers in London studied black elderberry and found that it was 99 percent effective in fighting the Avian Flu virus. In Germany, scientists conducted studies that linked elderberry anthocyanins to enhanced immune function.

Elderberry essentially works by boosting the production of cytokines, unique proteins that act as messengers to help regulate immune response. Studies revealed that elderberry’s antioxidant powers were greater than equivalent doses of vitamin E and vitamin C. Furthermore, it also has been shown to decrease swelling in mucous membranes and sinuses.

Elderberry’s cytokine production prevents flu virus invasion before it can take hold — a much more effective strategy than flu shots laced with heavy metals. Elderberry makes the flu shots given today look dangerous, ridiculous and insane. Do you really need to be injected with formaldehyde, mercury and factory-made flu strains in the hope of not getting sick?

It is safer and wiser to incorporate elderberries and other antiviral herbs into one’s lifestyle and promote prevention, rather than injections of heavy-metal, autism-inducing vaccinations.

Sources: beneficialbotanicals.com, quantumhealth.com and cellgevity4life.com.

 

Joanne Henning Tedesco is editor of AzNetNews.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 32, Number 5, October/November 2013.

 

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