Suppose I go to all this trouble to get to cortisol for Dr. Jeffries’ protocol and then don't get the flu? Don't worry, all is not lost! Dr. Jeffries found that physiologic doses of cortisol were useful in treating infectious mononucleosis, shingles, post viral syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome, and pneumonia.
From my personal experience I think it's likely that physiologic doses of cortisol are likely to stop most viral infections if taken early enough. It seems likely that if you go to the trouble to get the cortisol, you will find a use for it even if you never get flu.
Suppose you've done your best to point at this point you still don't have cortisol. What else can you do? In earlier posts to this blog I have written about using vitamin D and vitamin C to stop infections. These will often work and are more likely to work if used together. Some people will feel a need for something more. I am one of them.
Now I'm going to get into the area of sweat equity, an unpopular subject for a lot of people. Big Pharma has conditioned us to believe that in order to be healthy and happy we shouldn't have to do anything more difficult than swallowing one or two or 10 or 20 of their pills. Although Big Pharma has done a good job selling this disinformation, more and more people are getting it that this is a false concept that can have disastrous consequences for many people. So while sweat equity (doing whatever it takes to improve health even though doing so may not be fun) is not yet popular in this country, it is gaining favor all the time. I know so because I see it in more and more of my patients.
Two interventions that some of my patients and I have found to be powerfully effective are in essence testing and the Medical Assistance Program (MAP.). If you can’t get cortisol and want protection beyond what you can get with vitamins C and D, I recommend that you consider learning and using MAP. I have twice stopped infections that way. Essence testing is much less challenging to learn and use than MAP and I believe it can reduce the probability of your getting sick, and if you do get sick, accelerate your recovery.
I intend to discuss these in some detail later on this blog, but those who can't wait can get the information right away by clicking the above links.
And now, at last, at last, we come to some posts from one of my guests, Mike Belcher, registered pharmacist and esteemed colleague, who will give you a heads up on an initiative by the FDA that I consider a major threat to your health and mine. So Mike is up next with some vitally important information about the threat and what you can do to protect yourself.