Natural West Nile Protection

by | Sep 16, 2002 | Archives

As the threat of West Nile virus grows, remember that this is a virus. There is one very inexpensive way to reduce viral infections which is explained below.

The article was taken from an important medical publication and explains how the production of BIRM not only eradicates viruses but also helps link the poor people of the Amazon with the West.

Some of the world's most prestigious institutions are working with BIRM because this Amazon food supplement protects against AIDS and other viruses. Two teaspoons a day can help keep these attacks of our immune systems away away!

“The indigenous Awa community, who inhabit the northern coast of Ecuador and some parts of Colombia, joined forces with the National Cancer Institute of the United States to collect and conduct research into plants that could be used to design drugs for the treatment of cancer and AIDS.

“According to the director of herbal studies of the Central University's School of Biology, Carlos Ceron, 50% of the country's medicinal plants are native species and the rest have been introduced.

“Some were adopted by indigenous people and given new names, like the dulcamara, which last year created a stir in medical circles with reports that it had proved effective in treating AIDS. Based on the dulcamara plant, Edwin Cevallos, director of the Tumor Institute of the Ecuadorean Atomic Energy Commission, created a substance called a Biological Immune Response Modulator (BIRM) which, while not curing AIDS patients, did rejuvenate their immune systems.

'The BIRM molecules adhere to the cell walls, stimulating the production of white blood cells and creating a defense that retards the development of the AIDS virus,' Cevallos said. Juan Carlos Castro, a 19-year-old AIDS sufferer, said that when he started to take BIRM, the symptoms of his illness began to disappear and he regained his normal weight.

“BIRM is produced only in Ecuador – by hand – but Cevallos said that he has received requests from the United States, Sweden, Japan, Mexico, Spain and Italy, where he regularly sends the medication.

“Concerned with taking too many chemical drugs, residents of the Andean nations are increasing their use of medicinal plants and are turning more and more to homeopathic doctors, who are considered bridges between natural and Western medicine.

“In Ecuador, the interest sparked by the study of those species has been heightened through the research of Misael Acosta Solis, who died in 1998 aged 95, after dedicating 70 years to the study of biology.

“The scientist studied 500 species, which he described in his 'Field guide to the medicinal plants of Ecuador,' one of 84 books he published over the years.

“His last declarations are more relevant today more than ever: 'The government, the universities and their faculties of chemical and pharmaceutical medicine, should take an interest in scientific research into medicinal plants and should better develop medical botany before many species disappear.'

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Until next message, may your good health be your greatest wealth!