Question by Sarah (Richmond, British Columbia, Canada) on 03/03/2009
Replied by Ted (Bangkok, Thailand) on 03/05/2009
The lysine is most important from this unusual flu. Some zinc maybe added only one dose at 50 mg taken just once to prevent deficiency. The result seen from on going flu should be reduce fairly quickly enough within a day, with exception that it has become chronic, and a pneumonia ensues. That may require longer period of taking lysine. However, it's 1500 taken a couple of times a day for a couple of days will rid of them quickly enough 3% hydrogen Peroxide 3% 10 drops per glass taken every 2 or 3 hours should control the virus quickly enough. If a coffee makes a person too anxious, it means a liver may have limited ability to detoxify the caffeine so to help liver problem b complex is taken to get around some of the anxiety if coffee were taken. However, what I found was another method, which is the use of 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda plus 1/4 teaspoon of potassium citrate (tripotassium citrate or potassium bicarbonate is fine) in 1/2 glass of water taken twice a day. The potassium's effect should be fairly quick enough in reducing some anxiety. Still, I probably not use if anxiety's effect is present or too strong. Therefore I will probably take some aspirin, lysine, sodium ascorbate vitamin C and hydrogen peroxide is fine. A hydrogen peroxide aerosol can be breathed in a couple of times at 3% or preferably 1% mist a couple of times to prevent or at least reduce some effect of pneumonia should they become apparent after long term affliction.
P.S. Coffee drinking is not necessary if anxiety issue are apparent, but vitamin b complex help resolve some anxiety issues. I have found aspartame added in chewing gum and hidden in many products seems to cause anxiety much worse. So I would read all the labels in the products to make sure there's no aspartate, aspartame, in general. Taurine may have some protective effects against anxiety too. Aspirin helps reduce the fever, and dissolve the virus, a suitable substitute for black coffee that I used has always been the green tea, without sugar, no flavoring, no corn syrup, or any artificial sweeteners. Of course a green tea may in some instance cause the anxiety too as it does contain some caffeine, but certain substances in black coffee might also be a trigger in itself. My experience is the remedy for lysine and peroxide can be taken as long as a person likes it until the condition goes away.