Swine Flu Symptoms Are
Similar To The Current Flu Virus

Many people want to know exactly what the swine flu symptoms are, especially with all the different viruses. Since I caught a flu virus  in 2010, the first time in many years, (in my case there was a lot of purging), I was curious and wanted to know the difference between the flu and H1N1.

Here's what I found. The H1N1 is a type of swine flu. And now, in 2014 it is not as worrisome due to the flu vaccine. which contains a preventative against H1N1. Even though it returns every year, infection rates are down and it's symptoms are the same as seasonal flu, but more severe than a common cold. The symptoms are:

  • head and muscle aches and pains
  • fever
  • cough
  • sore throat  and
  • runny nose

And the H1N1 affects healthy adults under 65 most intensely. As with seasonal flu, the ones especially vulnerable are young children, pregnant women, and anyone with immune deficiency and respiratory problems which could lead to complications.

This is a major difference between the swine flu symptoms and the common flu: those who develop swine flu may also experience stomach-related problems such as vomiting and diarrhea over and above the common flu symptoms.

More Serious Swine Flu Symptoms In Children

When a child with swine flu has these serious symptoms, they need urgent medical attention:

  • Fast breathing or trouble breathing
  • Bluish or gray skin color
  • Not drinking enough fluids
  • Severe or persistent vomiting
  • Not waking up or not interacting
  • Being so irritable that the child does not want to be held
  • Flu-like symptoms improve, but can return with fever and a worse cough.

On the other hand, during October & November, many other childhood conditions are common, which may be similar to swine flu such as:

  • fall allergies - runny nose, congestion, and cough
  • common cold - runny nose, cough, and low grade fever
  • sinus infections - lingering runny nose, cough, and fever
  • strep throat - sore throat, fever, and a positive strep test

Natural Remedies for Cold and Coughs

Colds Boil cloves, cinnamon, sage, and bay leaves in apple juice then remove from heat, strain, and drink every 2 hours.

Kale gives resistance to colds and is rich in vitamins and natural sulfur.

Make a soup from raw onions, tamari (or other broth) and eat while sick.

Broccoli has natural sulfur which strengthens your resistance to colds.

Dry Cough - Cut onions, boil in apple cider vinegar for 15 minutes and add honey. Take 1 teaspoon every hour. Boil potato peelings and sweeten with honey; 1 tablespoon several times a day.

Cough with Phlegm - Six ounces of ginger tea several times a day.

Suggestions for Homemade Cough Syrup 

  • Use mashed, boiled, or strained Mullein leaves; add sugar and cook down to a thick syrup.
  • In 1 cup honey mix 4 drops oil of eucalyptus oil and take 1 teaspoon as needed.
  • Boil 1 pound dates, 1 pound figs, 1 ounce sage, and 4 quarts distilled water for a half hour; strain and boil this syrup down to 1 quart. Take as needed.
  • Mix equal parts honey and lemon juice.

These natural suggestions are taken from Hannah Kroeger's Natural Remedies.

Check out her website at Hannah's Herbs Shop

Herbal Swine Flu Preventative

Besides eating healthy meals, getting enough sleep, and minimizing stress, you need to strengthen your immune system against the swine flu.

I am a distributor in the US and in Canada for Pure Herbs, 100% natural herbal tinctures and have been taking their products for years. This winter season, I highly recommend a remedy called I.M.S.-W which I, too, am taking.

I.M.S.-W contains:

  • Juniper Berries
  • Marshmallow
  • Sweet Root
  • Carpenter's Square
  • Mullein
  • Black Cohosh
  • Sarsaparilla
  • Una De Gato

The combination of these herbs provide remedies for the glands of the neck, underarms, breast and reproductive areas of your body plus neutralize all kins of poisons such as bacteria, viruses, and fungus, including infectious yeasts.

A daily use of this combination (I.M.S.-W) will help to keep away infections that could invade your body. It is also important to eat between 7 and 10 servings of fruits and vegetables daily.

If you don't always have time to do so, I recommend Antioxydant also from Pure Herbs, 100% natural herbal tinctures.

Antioxydant contains:

  • Wheat Germ
  • Ginkgo Biloba
  • Chippewa Pine Bark
  • Grape Seed
  • Black Currant

This combination fights against toxic chemical compounds which lead to a large number of health problems such as heart disease, stroke, arthritis, cataracts, emphysema, cancer and immune disorders.

For more information or to order 100% herbal products from Pure Herbs, contact me.

The combination of I.M.S.-W, and Antioxydant are a must to keep you free from infections this winter season.

If you or your child have any of the swine flu symptoms, read this suggested treatment using 100% natural herbal tinctures swine flu treatment.

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