This is how you can prevent H1N1 and other viruses from entering your body:
First of all, you should always keep your hands clean, whether you are at home or in public places. The use of hand sanitizers that studies have shown are not as good at killing some bacteria like e.coli as regular hot soapy water. Products with allicin (garlic), for example, would kill a wider variety of these insects and can also be used orally. Also, hand sanitizers offer no layer of protection after initial use. Aloe-based hand sanitizers, for example, actually stay on hands much longer and can kill bacteria on contact after initial use with allicin as the primary bacteria-killing agent. You can also use an allicin/aloe product rubbed into the nose which will also create a barrier to airborne viruses.
Taking internally stabilized allicin supplements has also been shown in double-blind, placebo-controlled studies to significantly prevent influenza viruses of all types and simple colds in patients. One report describes that during an influenza epidemic, the former Soviet Union imported more than 500 tons of garlic cloves for acute treatment. Among the viruses sensitive to garlic extracts are human cytomegalovirus, human rhinovirus type 2, herpes simplex types 1 and 2, influenza B and, of course, the swine flu A H1n1 virus. Evidence points to allicin and its condensation product, ajoene, as the main components of garlic responsible for this antiviral activity.
What to do if you have been diagnosed with the H1N1 swine flu virus:
You should continue to wash your hands consistently during the onset of swine flu to prevent the spread of the bacteria. Applying an allicin/aloe product to your hands after washing them will also decrease the spread of the virus for a longer period of time. Also wash all surrounding areas with bleach and keep all sheets and bedding washed every few days. Take high doses of allicin at the onset of any flu symptoms. Stabilized allicin has been proven safe up to 140,000 mg in one dose, so if your symptoms do not stabilize or go away within a few days, you can take additional stabilized allicin until you get the desired results.
If you experience any of the following symptoms after being diagnosed with H1N1 swine flu, you should seek further medical assistance immediately.
* Faster breathing or shortness of breath
* Skin color changes (blue)
* Not drinking enough fluids
* Not waking up or interacting with others
* Intense irritability or the child does not want to be held
* Flu-like symptoms improve a little, but then return with fever and worse cough
* Fever with rash
* Shortness of breath or shortness of breath
* Pain or pressure in the chest or abdomen
* sudden dizziness
* Severe or persistent vomiting