What's Missing From Every Media Story about H1N1 Influenza
Saturday, May 02, 2009 by: Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor
(NaturalNews) If you read the stories on H1N1 influenza written by the mainstream media, you might incorrectly think there's only one anti-viral drug in the world. It's name is Tamiflu and it's in short supply.
That's astonishing to hear because the world is full of anti-viral medicine found in tens of thousands of different plants.
Culinary herbs like thyme, sage and rosemary are anti-viral.
Berries and sprouts are anti-viral. Garlic, ginger and onions are anti-viral.
You can't walk through a grocery store without walking past a hundred or more anti-viral medicines made by Mother Nature.And yet how many does the mainstream media mention? Zero
Tamiflu comes from an herb
To live in a world that's saturated with natural anti-viral medicine and then not even acknowledge it in the media is beyond bizarre. It's Twilight Zone-like. It's like we've been teleported to an alternate universe where anti-viral plants have disappeared... or at least everyone is pretending they have.Where do you think Tamiflu comes from, by the way?
It's extracted from the Traditional Chinese Medicine herb called Star Anis.
It's one of hundreds of different anti-viral herbs found in Chinese Medicine, not to even mention anti-viral herbs from South America, North America, Australia, Africa and other regions.How many stories have you read that bother to tell you Tamiflu is made from the star anise herb that's been used for over 5,000 years in Traditional Chinese Medicine? Virtually none.
The World is full of anti-viral.