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Swine Flu: What You Should Know

April 24, 2009 (first publishing)

We have received many calls about the latest swine flu scare. Our clients have had several questions. I will try to answer them below.
Before you read my answers, however, I suggest you read what Wesley Pruden, editor emeritus of The Washington Times, had to say about the latest swine flu “pandemic”: I will refer back to it in some of the answers below.

Q: Should I be worried about this?

A: Worry and panic during an epidemic have never benefited anyone but the stock holders of the pharmaceutical industry, and, of course, the banks that own them.
Consider the following: “LOS ANGELES, April 24 (Reuters) – The swine flu outbreak is likely to benefit one of the most prolific and successful venture capital firms in the United States: Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers,” Thomson Reuters Private Equity Week reported on Friday, 4/24/09.
Shares of the two public companies in the firm’s portfolio of eight Pandemic and Bio Defense companies — BioCryst Pharmaceuticals (BCRX.O “>BCRX.O) and Novavax (NVAX.O “>NVAX.O) — jumped Friday on news that the swine flu killed a reported 60 people in Mexico City and has infected people in the United States. See also:

Q: Do you think this epidemic is real?

A. Pruden’s article already answered this question in the negative. There is so far no evidence of an epidemic.

Q: Do you believe we are in any danger?

A. As Pruden pointed out in his article, 30,000 to 40,000 die from the flu every year. So far, as of this writing, the embedded media (= “in bed” with the pharmaceutical industry?) claims 26 deaths of 149 in Mexico have been confirmed to originate from the virus. However, the WHO says the total number of deaths from swine flu in Mexico is just 7.
The probability of dying from it in the US so far is zero.

Q: Should this turn into a real epidemic, what is the best way to protect oneself?

A. Based on published, peer-reviewed studies, a healthy skepticism of mainstream media, a knowledge of Council on Foreign Relations plans, i.e. for the creation of a North American Union and a Global Nation (necessity of trans-national cooperation), the history of the (faulty) germ theory, the real purpose of vaccination (population control), how antiviral drugs have been employed to kill millions while blaming the invented “AIDS epidemic” (see Duesberg, et, al), and using common sense and basic reasoning…the best ways to protect oneself against epidemic viral diseases:
1. Don’t panic
2. Avoid vaccines (they suppress T-cell counts, in addition they contain thimerosol and other immunosuppressive substances)
3. Avoid cell-phones and wireless radiation(cordless phones, WIFI, Bluetooth, car GPS, power company remote meters, etc), which further weaken the immune system
4. Avoid anti-viral drugs (cause suppression of and damage to the immune system).

Q: Is there anything homeopathy can to do prevent the swine flu?

A. Homeopathic immunization uses two main methods – the nosode (a remedy made from the microbe itself) and the genus epidemicus (a remedy that matches the symptoms of an epidemic).
No nosode has yet been made from this virus, and no genus epidemicus been established. However, the US Navy (that just happened to be in Mexico) found that the new virus contains DNA of Influenza Type A and Type B, Asian Influenza, Swine Flu, and Avian flu. We have a recent nosode for Influenza Mix, which is the closest match and likely to be effective. The standard protocol for administration is 3 doses daily for three days.
We will keep you posted if a nosode made from the swine flu vaccine becomes available. (update from 1/16/14, the homeopathic H1N1 30C nosode is available from our practice and from some homeopathic pharmacies)

Q: Is there anything else one can do to protect oneself?

A. Making and drinking a pitcher of freshly juiced vegetable and/or fruit juice every day gives you the antioxidants you need to help boost your immune system. Taking large doses of Vitamin C (up to 10,000mg daily, as your body tolerates) can boost the immune system. Rosemarin supplements, Echinacea angustifolia tincture (5 drops in water, 3 times daily during infection, or 1 time daily for up to 2 weeks to help boost immune system then take 1-2 week break), Astragalus and certain other medicinal herbs, and Oscillococcinum (standard protocol for administration is 3 doses daily for three days) are likely to confer some protection as well.

Q: If I get sick what should I take?

A. Homeopathic treatment is likely to be an effective treatment for any new flu-like illness. Homeopathic hospitals had a less than 1% mortality rate during the last major real pandemic -1918 Spanish Flu epidemic, while conventional hospitals had between 30 and 60% mortality rates. For additional statistics on homeopathic treatment and the 1918 epidemic visit: .
As always, homeopathic treatment must be individualized. If you develop symptoms contact your homeopath for a consultation.


Manfred Mueller, MA, DHM, RSHom(NA), CCH, is a homeopath in full-time private practice since 1986. His phone practice can be reached at 001-619-741-5795 or via email at Visit his college at or his practice website for more information.
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