Now that the SARS-Associated Coronovirus has appeared at some hospitals in Britain, the Word Health Organisation, are once again, planning to scare the living daylights out of the population, with another of it’s pre-written ‘Preparedness’ announcements.
Entirely composed to cause mass hysteria, and designed specifically around the simple fact, that people universally believe the World Health Organisation’s almost entirely fictitious ‘Warnings’ of an imminent Pandemic.
Remember the ‘Swine Flu?’
Based on the W.H.O’s past history, and it’s connection to the corrupt and power-hungry group of individuals, who operate under the NATO umbrella, I fully expect the propaganda to start appearing very soon.
With the world in panic mode from global SARS hysteria, the carefully stockpiled anti-viral drug Ribavirin, will be ‘discovered’ to be the only cure, and a preventative measure from this new plague-like illness.
Despite their complete lack of effectiveness, and totally relying on the public’s lack of knowledge regarding the Pharmacological Industry, the drugs would be rolled out by the government en masse, and will be eagerly swallowed by the handful.
I have therefore been considering, what choice I would make personally, if we were really facing an impending and deadly pandemic virus, such as SARS or similar?
Would it be to take a heavily promoted drug, which has relatively low availability, extremely high costs, horrendous side effects, and which in all probability, would not work, or a time-tested, extremely safe, cheap and highly effective herb?
A herb like Glycyrrhizin, perhaps? which is the main sweet-tasting compound found in common liquorice.
A study on glycyrrhizin’s inhibitory activity, against SARS-associated Coronovirus, which was published in the Lancet in June of 2003 for example, received little or no mainstream media coverage, despite its profound importance to human health.
Why is it you think that was?
Liquorice, for those who are not already aware, has a rich and ancient medical history, in Indian, Chinese, Greek, Egyptian and other ancient traditions.
Technically a legume, related to beans and peas, its sweetness results from the presence of glycyrrhizin, a compound 30-50 times sweeter than sugar.
This compound is what gave licorice its name, which derives from the Greek word γλυκύρριζα (glukurrhiza), meaning “sweet” (gluku) “root” (rrhiza).
But glycyrrhizin’s properties do not end with its sweetness, as it is also one of the most powerful antiviral compounds ever studied.
Liquorice’s potent antiviral properties are not limited to SARS-associated coronavirus’s either, as they have also been studied in connection with another epidemic/pandemic capable, and potentially lethal virus, namely Influenza.
Liquorice is promoted in the mainstream as a “dangerous herb,” due to its ability to stimulate blood pressure when consumed excessively, but measured against the higher toxicity of many mainstream drugs, this appears to be a falsehood put out by the large pharmaceutical companies.
It is important, therefore, to be aware, that even when the glycyrrhizin is isolated and concentrated pharmaceutically, its relative toxicity is extraordinarily low, when compared to antiviral drugs like Ribavirin.
Consider also, that glycyrrhizin is much cheaper to produce….
Not a great deal of cash can be generated from manufacturing it, which of course, makes it an unattractive proposition; to the large drug companies at least.