Coronavirus has been around for years, there are different variations and the latest one is what just came out of China. People have been coming in contact with the virus for years and most likely have already contracted some form of it. So there is no reason to panic. Like most viruses this time of year, there will be people that are impacted worse than others. Those whom are impacted already have compromised immune systems. To ensure you are protected and that your immune system is ready to fight off whatever it comes in contact with, take the following advice and you and your loved ones can stay healthy and potentially coronaviurs free this winter season.

The misconceptions:
~Contracting the coronavirus could be fatal
~The coronavirus is quick to spread
~The symptoms are severe
~You need to stock up on food, toilet paper, and vitamins to ‘survive’ the outbreak
~The coronavirus is a new strain
~Anyone who comes in contact with the virus will be deathly ill.

The truth is:
Most people get infected with at least one common human coronavirus at some point in their lives.
Most human coronaviruses cause only mild to moderate illness in people
Symptoms often mimic the common cold or upper respiratory virus. They may include runny nose, headache, cough, sore throat, fever or a general feeling of being unwell.
Infants, older adults and people with underlying medical issues and/or weakened immune systems are more likely to get lower-respiratory tract illnesses, such as pneumonia or bronchitis
How is the coronavirus spread?
The air by coughing or sneezing
Close personal contact, such as touching or shaking hands
Touching an object or surface with the virus on it, then touching your mouth, nose or eyes before washing your hands.

Best way to protect yourself
Because it is spread through contact the best thing you can do is
Wash your hands continuously through the day
Never touch your mouth or face with dirty hands
Don’t eat before washing hands.
Take 1,000IU daily of Vitamin D3
Take 1 dropper of Virus X daily
High amounts of Elderberry-4 droppers two to three times daily
Take 1500mg of Vitamin C when you have coronavirus or 500mg as a preventative
Boost the immune system daily with Immune Booster-3 droppers three times daily or First Response-4 capsules twice daily.

Remember to always wash your hands. That is the easiest way to stay away from all forms of sickness, including the coronavirus.

Contact your local health shop or Pure Essentials directly for your supply of immune boosting herbs and coronavirus fighting supplements today.
303-681-2060, 9584 Spruce Moutain Rd. Larkspur CO 80118
Vitamin A&D 25,000IU/1,000IU-$20.00
All Natural Vitamin C-$34.00 or
Buffered Vitamin C Powder-$44
Elderberry 2oz-$20.00
Washing your hands-$FREE

Symptoms and Advise for the Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Runny Nose
Sore Throat
Difficulty breathing

Advise per symptom:
The first signs are runny nose and sore throat. Immediately use the Neti Pot with 1 dropper full Goldenseal in 2-3 ounces water, flush sinuses 2 to 4 times daily.
Boil water in a pot and put 10 drops SINUS ESSENTIAL OIL in the hot water. Put your face over the steam and breathe that hot steam in for at least 5 minutes 2 times daily. The Coronavirus does not tolerate heat, and it begins in the sinus’s.

Sore Throat: Propolis Spray multiple times daily sprayed
directly into the throat.

Cough: Cough and Cold 1/2 teaspoon every half hour, First Response-4 capsules twice daily, Neem Oil taken orally. 4 drops 3 times daily and let slowly run down throat. The bad flavor has been removed, so this is easy to take internally.

Fever: Zinc has been proven to kill this virus as well. We now have A Zinc Liquid with Vitamin C, Elderberry, and Echinacea for children and adults. Alas we have Zinc in the lozenge form, our stock is diminishing quickly.

If it becomes difficult to breathe, please see a doctor as that is the sign it is turning to pneumonia.

VITAMIN A&D 25,000/1,000IU
VITAMIN C-1,000mg

The best thing you can do in any season is to always wash your hands. This is the best prevention method for flu, cold, virus, or bacteria spread.