First off the Apple Cider Vinegar should be Braggs Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar as it is the best and has all the nutrients and living enzymes in it. Processed ACV from store is useless. It does nothing. A lot of people have cleared GW from it. ACV is a germ killer. Also eliminate medications if you can and stick to herbs. All germ killers include green tea,garlic,coconut oil,aloe vera juice along with great nutrition and fruits & vegetables. Rebouding exercises detoxes the whole body and triples your white blood cell count. That and nutrition with herbs is a cure all for everything because they are antiviral,antibacterial,antiseptic,antifungal. Everything works synergestically. It's about detoxifying the body and keeping it alkaline. If it's too acidic viruses and everything thrive in it. I know people with HIV, AIDS,cancer, etc that are symptom free and it became undetectable in thier blood. But they had to rid themselves of medications and stick to a great diet free from acidic foods and drugs. Anything is curable. It just takes knowledge. Lack of knowledge is why people get sick. I never get sick. Never even had a cold for 10 years straight now since being on my routine.View Thread
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