Hello Green Alley Friends

Coronavirus. Get prepared. I have outlined some important steps, research and facts from scientists, doctors and researchers as of 3/14/20.
The Incubation period for the flu is 2 days; for Covid-19 it may be up to 23 days!

You may not see/feel symptoms for 23 days and yet you can still be contagious.
Sore throat first, fever, dry cough and shortness of breath is a more advanced form of Covid-19 vs Fever, Congestion, Runny Nose with the basic flu.
Covid-19 hates sun, is killed in 73 degrees on a surface.
Lives for up to 12 hours on a metal surface; 6-12 hours on fabric; normal detergent kills the virus
Can live for 5-10 mins on skin; wash w/ soap and water- that is better than sanitizer.  Gargle with salt/warm water. Drink warm fluids to wash possible virus in throat into stomach where the acids kill it;

The virus gets breathed/moved into nasopharynx and  be breathed into lungs if throat is dry (see below)l
James Robb, MD, professor of pathology at the UC San Diego, one of the first molecular virologists in the world to work on coronaviruses (the 1970s and has kept up with the coronavirus field and its multiple clinical transfers into the human population (e.g., SARS, MERS), from different animal sources. Recommends: Zinc lozenges have been proven effective in blocking coronavirus (not specifically Covid-19) and other viruses from multiplying in your throat and nasopharynx. Best to lie down and let dissolve in throat.

Tip of the Week

What’s the BEST way to protect yourself from Virus?
1. Boost your Immune System (food, vitamins)
2. Boost your Endocannabinoid System (CBD, Omega3s)
3. Boost your Vitamin D, A and C levels (D3+K2=5,000IU/day; Vit C 1,000mg 2xday;)
4. Boost your omega 3 (DHA & EPA) levels (2,000-5,000mg/day)
5. Sneeze into your elbow/Don’t touch face (impossible!)
6. Wash your hands with soap for 20 seconds (antibacterial sanitizer is not anti viral; use 70%+ alcohol-based sanitizer or essential oils sanitizer (AngelaSidlo.com)https://www.angelasidlo.com/ or soap & water is always best so you don’t strip the “acid mantle” or protective layer of your skin and create eczema)
7. Cut down on sugar and carb intake as the coronavirus and other viruses are thought to feed off the glucose in our cells
8. Get extra sleep, reduce stress. Get more sunshine (vitamin D!) and nature and keep connected (while practicing physical distancing)
9. KEEP HYDRATED! Drink lots of water – this is very important, especially during flu season.If you are not absorbing water, then add electrolytes/trace minerals = coconut water, watermelon

Several nutrients are known to be integral in immune function. Vitamins C and D possess strong immune-supportive properties, while vitamin A and zinc are required for the development and function of immune cells. A variety of herbs and botanicals also support antibody and immune cell activity, with many displaying the ability to help lessen the severity and duration of bacterial and viral infections. Mushrooms and their active compounds boast potent immunomodulatory capacity.
Vitamin C: Important immune function: Bell peppers, lemons, green leafy vegetables, berries, oranges, papayas, strawberries, broccoli, sauerkraut;
Vitamin D-Protects against, and kills pathogens, modulates inflammation similar to CBD (supplement must have K2 in it also); Salmon, fatty fish, egg yolk, cheese, mushrooms
Vitamin A- Strengthens mucosal tissues (important to defend against a virus that enters thru the mucosal tissue); found in Extra Virgin Olive Oil, cod liver oil, egg yolk, butter; no recommended supplement
Zinc –The most important trace mineral for immunity; Supports T cells, anti-viral -one of active ingredients in chloroquine (DO NOT USE = toxic!) seafood, pumpkin seed, sea vegetables, and beans, lentils and legumes
Garlic- Kills off virus, bacteria, pathogens and mold
Colloidal Silver – kills viruses by starving the O2 supply (found in Green Alley’s Supplements under Silvercillin)
CBD – Cannabis had been shown to be effective against the Ebola virus and HIV. CBD, particularly has been shown to modulate the immune system – which makes sense since most of the CBD receptors are in the immune cells.
Other studies have shown that regular cannabis use can increase white blood cell counts in immunodeficiency disorders such as HIV, suggesting an immune-boosting effect. Scientists believe the endocannabinoid system interacts with all biological activity, including our immune system.

In a study conducted by researchers at universities in Virginia and Florida, CD4 and CD8 white blood cell counts were compared in a sample of 95 HIV patients, some of whom were chronic cannabis users. Scientists discovered that both types of infection-fighting immune counts were higher in patients using cannabis, suggesting their immune systems had been bolstered by the plant.
We also know that CBD and Omega 3s (DHA/EPA) boost the Endocannabinoid System, which modulates the Immune System = it’s all connected!
Omega 3 Fatty Acids create a bi lipid layer in each cell to protect it from viral insult. Low fat diet leads to pathogen susceptibility; Salmon/anchovy/herring/sardines/mackerel/Avocado/nuts/DHA & EPA. DHA/EPA also convert into CBD in the body – it’s all connected!
Extra Virgin Olive Oil –not anti viral, but high antioxidants, Omega 3’s, vitamin A.


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The endocannabinoid system is involved in immunoregulation and neuroprotection.
Endocannabinoid receptors in immune system
Endocannabinoids are believed to control immune functions and play a role in immune homeostasis. Immune cells express both CB1 and CB2 receptors, secrete endocannabinoids and have functional cannabinoid transport and breakdown mechanisms [15,16].Apr 7, 2009

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › pmc
Endocannabinoids and immune regulation – NCBI – NIH

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