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Ayurveda Cleansing Methodologies
FLU and VIRUS infections to the respiratory tract are a very common infestation and history since the existence of mankind.
The potency of the Virus is strongest during the peak of the winters and the change in climatic conditions, when the immune system is at the weakest.
It’s the very nature of a Virus to create a better self each year, with a better characteristic and a stronger new generation every year, and the only defense that can destroy them is the strong human body itself with the symptoms of fever, headache, nasal and oral discharges.
With Ayurveda practices, there are cleansing programs for the body to keep up with the climatic and biotic changes happening around us. With use of herbal oils and teas creating an alkaline healthy atmosphere for the body, fighting against any natural seasonal attacks, provided there is a healthy body without any infections are the very conditions for Ayurveda cleansing (rest and plenty of fluid intake is the best advice in already infected conditions).
Here at The Mangosteen, we would like to present you the age-old science and its therapies to help you cleanse, prevent and build the immunity against the Viral infections of the respiratory tract.
With the recent scare and suffering, affecting the globe with a new stain of a Virus with no treatments yet, it would be safe to protect oneself with some good cleanse, good rest, light food, plenty of fluids and sanitation during any form of contacts.
WE WISH YOU KEEP YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY SAFE & STRONG
Why don’t antibiotics work on viruses?
Viruses are different to bacteria as they have a different structure and a different way of surviving. Viruses don’t have cell walls that can be attacked by antibiotics, instead they are surrounded by a protective protein coat.
Unlike bacteria, which attack your body’s cells from the outside, viruses actually move into, live in and make copies of themselves in your body’s cells. Viruses can’t reproduce on their own, like bacteria do, instead they attach themselves to healthy cells and reprogram those cells to make new viruses. It is because of all of these differences that antibiotics don’t work on viruses.
What’s wrong with taking antibiotics ‘just in case’?
Like any living organism, bacteria can evolve and adapt to changing environments. This means that bacteria can become resistant to antibiotics, if exposed to them enough.
As bacteria become resistant to antibiotics, the risk grows that harmful infections caused by bacteria can no longer be treated because we don’t have any tools left to fight them.
Taking antibiotics when they aren’t needed can increase this risk for everyone and make antibiotics less effective overall and it is a waste and puts you at risk of side effects, like a rash, upset stomach or diarrhea.
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