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Offline Guy Etchells

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Re: Hope for the future?
« Reply #27 on: Thursday 26 March 20 07:22 GMT (UK) »
I do not know how accurate this advice is but it seems common sense and cannot do any harm to follow

Advice from China after autopsies of dead the virus obstructs repository pathways with thick mucus
that solidifies and blocks airways and lungs.

1) Drink lots of hot liquids coffee soup teas warm water in addition Sip warm water every 20 minutes this keeps mouth moist & washes virus into stomach where gastric juices neutralise it, before it can reach the lungs and damage them
2) gargle with an antiseptic in warm water like vinegar lemon or salt
3) Virus attaches to hair and clothes take a bath or shower after being out in street avoid sitting down before taking bath/shower
4) wash cloths daily, wash metallic surfaces daily don't touch handrails or door handles
5) Don't smoke
6) wash hands for 20 seconds every 20 mins using any soap that foams
7) eat fruit and vegetables daily try to elevate zinc levels
8 ) Animals do not spread the virus
9) avoid common flu as it weakens immune system
10 if you feel discomfort in your throat attack it with the above methods immediately

In other words be sensible and follow normal rules of hygiene

Cheers
Guy
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Re: Hope for the future?
« Reply #28 on: Thursday 26 March 20 09:02 GMT (UK) »
As I said on another thread, I am a very positive person.
I don't hold with negative thinking! ;D

Not in isolation yet, but taking care.
I am classed as "vulnerable" due to diabetes, and a flu-jab every year.

Have been going for walks in the countryside.
Went for a walk on the Marine Drive in Douglas, Isle of Man.
Saw ravens, (lots of) seagulls, but sadly didn't spot a chough.
Neither did I spot a dolphin :-(

But the gorse is coming into flower - such a gorgeous deep golden-yellow.
One of the first major changes I noticed when I moved here 26 years ago.

Meanwhile I have one daughter who is an NHS worker - pharmaceutical stores.
And my other daughter is a key worker, being Kitchen Manager in a Primary School, providing dinners for children of other key workers.

Stay positive ;D ;D
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« Reply #30 on: Thursday 26 March 20 12:09 GMT (UK) »
I do not know how accurate this advice is but it seems common sense and cannot do any harm to follow

Advice from China after autopsies of dead the virus obstructs repository pathways with thick mucus
that solidifies and blocks airways and lungs.

1) Drink lots of hot liquids coffee soup teas warm water in addition Sip warm water every 20 minutes this keeps mouth moist & washes virus into stomach where gastric juices neutralise it, before it can reach the lungs and damage them
2) gargle with an antiseptic in warm water like vinegar lemon or salt
3) Virus attaches to hair and clothes take a bath or shower after being out in street avoid sitting down before taking bath/shower
4) wash cloths daily, wash metallic surfaces daily don't touch handrails or door handles
5) Don't smoke
6) wash hands for 20 seconds every 20 mins using any soap that foams
7) eat fruit and vegetables daily try to elevate zinc levels
8 ) Animals do not spread the virus
9) avoid common flu as it weakens immune system
10 if you feel discomfort in your throat attack it with the above methods immediately

In other words be sensible and follow normal rules of hygiene

Cheers
Guy

To be fair, doing any of the above wonít harm you, and there is science to prove the placebo effect.
Itís just very sad that someone has felt the need to produce this list and give false hope.
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Re: Hope for the future?
« Reply #31 on: Thursday 26 March 20 12:12 GMT (UK) »
https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20200319-covid-19-will-drinking-water-keep-you-safe-from-coronavirus

They didn't mention the cleric in Iran who said it can be cured by rubbing Pansy oil on your anus at night.   ::)

Debra  :)

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« Reply #32 on: Thursday 26 March 20 12:15 GMT (UK) »
It's been doing the rounds, in various forms for a while now.
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« Reply #33 on: Thursday 26 March 20 12:16 GMT (UK) »
Hi Dundee, from where can I get some Pansy oil, my next door neighbour but one is one
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« Reply #34 on: Thursday 26 March 20 12:16 GMT (UK) »
https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20200319-covid-19-will-drinking-water-keep-you-safe-from-coronavirus

They didn't mention the cleric in Iran who said it can be cured by rubbing Pansy oil on your anus at night.   ::)

Debra  :)

Mmmm, he may have ulterior motives.
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Re: Hope for the future?
« Reply #35 on: Thursday 26 March 20 12:18 GMT (UK) »
Can you get 'Ulterior Motives' from the Chemists  ?
maybe 'Posterior Motions'
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