In my most recent post I presented Dr. William McK. Jefferies' protocol for stopping flu. Dr. Jefferies used this protocol successfully with seasonal flu. It has never been tested on the novel H1N1 virus but it seems probable that cortisol would work on it as well.
In describing his patients' response to this treatment, Dr. Jefferies said that clinical responses were striking. Within 24 hours all patients felt much better. Within 48 hours symptoms such as fever, malaise and generalized aching had completely stopped and the patients felt quite well. The initial dose of cortisol was decreased after 48 hours and discontinued after six days. No relapses or complications occurred.
You might think that once Dr. Jefferies published his findings, most doctors would start using his protocol. This has not happened. I have thought a lot about this and it seems to me that two factors may be in play here: the New Golden Rule and that medicine is practiced more like a religion than a science. How does the New Golden Rule operate here? As you probably know, the Rule is, "Who has the gold makes the rules." In this case, Big Pharma has the gold so big Pharma gets to make the rules about what is taught in medical school. They have seem to have purchased this power by giving sufficient sums of money to the heads of departments in medical schools and to medical school professors for traveling around the country lecturing to doctors and saying nice things about Big Pharma’s products.(Sometimes I think my voice recognition program is smarter than I am. It occasionally prints something different from what I said that is better than what I said. Just then, when I dictated "Big Pharma," my voice recognition program printed "Big Harm us." LOL. I needed that.)
You probably will not be astonished to hear that much of what is taught in most medical schools exaggerates, sometimes grotesquely, the benefits of Big Pharma's drugs and understates, sometimes disastrously, the dangers and side effects. To connect a few more dots, no pharmaceutical company can make the billion dollar profits to which they have become accustomed by selling cortisol, which is a natural substance that cannot be patented.
The other factor appears to me to be the science/religion issue. The practice of medicine claims to be a science, but some people observing the system from the inside see it acting more like a religion, in which the medical school professors are the priests and the medical schools are the temples. In most religions, the priests tell the people what God wants them to do and what's going to happen to them if they don't do it. These consequences never sound very attractive. The true believers accept the priests' word as God's word, ask no questions, do as they are told, and all is well, at least for the priests, at least for a while. Skeptics and nonbelievers are likely to be dealt with harshly, particularly if they get results better than those of the true believer.
I hadn't intended to carry on this long about the issue but I think it is this important to your ability to vigilantly watch your back. I will hasten to get on with the process of telling you how you may be able to get cortisol and what precautions you need to take before using it.