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Marnie
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If you are allergic now to salicylates...watch out.

The current INACTIVE H1N1 vaccine contains thiomersal (a mercury compound) that also contains:

Thiomersal (INN) (C9H9HgNaO2S) =

sodium ethylmercurithio*salicylate*

Persons who are astmatic or who have COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary diseas) AND happen to get H1N1 (the real thing) are the ones who end up hospitalized and in bad shape.

It is critical if you feel you are coming down with H1N1, to immediately take the anti-histamine - Zyrtex. It will make you sleepy...very.

It is very likely Omegabrite could also work because H1N1 causes what is called

a "cytokine storm".

Way too much inflammation.

Halting inflammation - esp. histamine release - is critical...asap!

Apparently the H1N1 virus loves it when inflammation kicks in...this helps the virus to survive!

I've read vitamin D3 can PREVENT H1N1 (here).

I have very legit links that indicate D3 does decrease the inflammatory cytokines.

The RDA for vitamin D3 is 400 iu. That is the minimum amt. we need daily.

Solaray makes vitamin D-3, 400 IU and it is not expensive. I got it at SuperValue Nutrition.

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Cold Feet
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On a related note, did you see this article? I've not decided about some of the issues therein, but there are some interesting ideas; e.g. vitamin C and white blood cell production; RA & vitamin C, etc.
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DID 1918 SPANISH FLU DEATHS RESULT FROM ASPIRIN-INDUCED SCURVY (VITAMIN C DEFICIENCY)?
by Bill Sardi
Recently by Bill Sardi: The American Flu Charade

http://www.lewrockwell.com/sardi/sardi125.html

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treepatrol
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Iam not getting H1N1 shot but I do take asprin [Smile]
Hi Marnie!!!

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Marnie
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Hi Treepatrol!

Okay...back in 1918 they did not know that too much aspirin is toxic.

TOO MUCH of anything is really bad.

Even chocolate ;-(

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