It appears as if the H1N1 flu (formerly known as the swine flu) is really taking the U.S. by storm. Even a different version of the flu vaccine has been created in efforts to prevent the H1N1 flu and this appears to be in short supply. An alternative to waiting for the vaccine for prevention or the actual flu itself is to take preventive measures.
What kind of preventive measures are available? There are several, such as not exposing yourself to infected people, maintain good hygiene and in my opinion, most importantly keep a good diet. A good promotes a healthy immune system. Foods that I have taken to maintain my immune system in the past have been celery, onion and garlic. I recommend juicing celery about once a week during the fall and winter season. Onions, particularly raw, have been known to have antibiotic properties. Garlic, helps purify your blood stream and has many good properties. To lessen the odor of garlic, try it minced with lime and honey.
Also, a very popular product is the one listed below. Aderogyl 15. Read about it and if it is something that you may benefit you, purchase it today.
THERAPEUTIC INDICATIONS: thanks to its protective and regenerative action of the respiratory mucosa (epithelium), Aderogyl ® 15 is to aid in preventing and treating influenza and common cold. Is also indicated for the treatment of vitamin A and D deficiencies
DOSAGE AND DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
• Over 12 years and adults: if you eat 5 servings or more of fruits and vegetables a day, take the contents of a vial 1 time a week, before breakfast.
• If adequate amounts of fruits and vegetables (ie less than 5 servings a day), take the contents of 2 vials 1 time a week, before breakfast.
Aderogyl ® 15 gives the liquids opaque white with orange flavor. Do not exceed 2 vials a week.
Route of administration: oral.
FORMULA: the vial contains:
Retinol 10 mg. (equivalent to 6,000 IU of vitamin A palmitate)
Ergocalciferol (equivalent to 400 IU of vitamin D2)
Vehicle c.b.p.: 3 ml.
Contraindications: allergy to vitamins A and D, calcium in the blood increased, decreased liver function and / or kidney disease and pregnancy.
ADVERSE REACTIONS: occasionally can cause nausea, vomiting, headache, loss of appetite, rash. Double vision. Hypersensitive individuals to vitamins A and D can occur severe allergy.
PRECAUTIONS AND WARNINGS: vitamins A and D are stored in the liver and its metabolism is slow, so toxic effects of overdose. Do not exceed recommended dose. Do not take prolonged.
Pediatric Use under the supervision and responsibility of the physician.
Use in pregnancy and lactation is contraindicated during pregnancy. During breastfeeding, consult your doctor.
ATTENTION: If discomfort persists, consult your doctor. Do not let the reach of children.
Store at room temperature not exceeding 30 ° C in a dry place. Carefully read the instructions.
PRESENTATIONS: Box with 1 vial or Box of 5 vials
Made in Mexico by Sanofi-Aventis de Mexico, SA of C.V.
Reg No. 38,878 SSA VI. ® Registered trademark.