Flu Season is Coming Early this Year

September 21, 2017

Keep some colloidal silver on hand, flu is here.

Maine has already confirmed that it has influenza (and a couple of those are from abroad, meaning it’s spreading from multiple places). Usually, October is the start of flu season, and that’s still considered “early”. Flu season normally peaks in January/February (after the holidays), and can go until June (a late season).

But will it be mild or severe? Sometimes, starting early and going long means a mild flu season. Unfortunately, things are coming together this year to predict something a little more intense. Australia’s flu season is often a good indicator of what the Northern Hemisphere will get, and this year it was bad. That’s not a guarantee, but both Type A and B strains are going around, so there will be a lot of opportunities to get sick.

Don’t wait another day to get started with flu prevention. Make sure your home is ready with the basics today, including including immune supporting colloidal silver.

Flu symptoms include fever, ache, coughing and sneezing, and a runny nose. Unlike colds which can come on gradually and have some similar symptoms, flu will knock you out. Keeping things humid at work and at home (with a humidifier or tea kettle) helps slow transmission. If you come into contact with someone who’s sick, a preventative rinse with added colloidal silver and a little extra immune support may help.

And don’t forget daily immune support with colloidal silver. If everyone’s going to be coughing and sneezing it will be harder to avoid getting sick, so make sure you have a little extra support in your corner.

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