I keep getting overtaken by events. It must have something to do with the accelerating rate of change in the world and the accelerating expansion of awareness in some people. Whatever the cause, I have observed that I must change my short range plans more frequently than I ever have before. In this case, I had planned to begin a series of guest posts from the compounding pharmacist with whom I have worked closely for the past 25 years. Now, because of some information released by the World Health Organization, I believe the pandemic situation is more serious than it appeared and I am about to post the most powerful and accessible response I know. I may decide to post about another response, at least equally powerful, but not nearly so easy to use. Once I get these attended to, I look forward with pleasure to posting the important and interesting information contributed by my guest writer.
According to Yahoo News, information from the World Health Organization is that the H1N1 virus has begun to directly attack the lungs. This direct lung attack is what made the 1918 pandemic so deadly that it killed 600,000 people in this country. Virologists and public health officials had been watching for evidence of this change. Even before WHO reported the direct lung attack, it was predicting a significant probability that the pandemic will explode in September and October. No one knows whether this will actually happen; but the potential for a devastating pandemic is sufficient that I am going to tell you about the simplest, quickest, most powerful intervention I know of that I believe has a high probability of stopping flu within a few days.
I learned this from Dr. William McK. Jefferies through his book The Safe Uses of Cortisol. For 25 years, I have been using Dr. Jefferies protocol for treating Low Adrenal Reserve, a.k.a. Adrenal Fatigue Syndrome. As a result, hundreds of people have gotten their lives back after years or decades of debilitating symptoms including chronic fatigue, severe anxiety, brain fog, hypothyroid symptoms unresponsive to appropriate doses of the correct thyroid hormones, and generalized body pain, particularly low back pain.
Dr. Jefferies learned how to treat flu with appropriate doses of cortisol during a flu epidemic in the 1950s. Here is his protocol.
- Cortisol 20 mg four times daily before meals and at bedtime starting at the first sign of infection. Continue this dose until you feel well.
- Decrease the dose to 10 mg four times daily for two days
- Decrease the dose to 5 mg four times daily for two days, and then stop.
In my next post I intend to tell you what response Dr. Jeffries observed in his patients, precautions you need to take before starting the protocol, and most important of all, how to get the cortisol.