Licorice root extract is your best bet to quelling lingering bouts of the flu but you aren’t likely to hear much about it. Every year the Centers for Disease Control working in concert with vaccine makers creates undue public fear over influenza-related deaths to panic people to undergo flu vaccination. The news media follows along and reports thousands of deaths from the flu, but according to a report published in the British Medical Journal, deaths of aged adults due to pneumonia are combined with the flu to make it fasely appear the flu is a widespread killer.
Investigative report Jon Rappoport could only come up with 20 flu-related deaths a year when he delved into the topic. Rappoport has authoritatively uncovered this public hoax three years in a row but the over-cooperative news keeps the Centers For Disease Control (CDC) fear campaign going. Actually Rappoport first exposed this giant lie in 2014.
Fake flu news was rampant long before fake news became a public issue. And unashamedly, it continues on today.
For example, on February 2, 2018 NBC reported: “Flu kills between 12,000 to 56,000 Americans every year, depending on how rough the season is, and it puts 140,000 to 710,000 people into the hospital.” NBC’s headline read: “Flu worsens and it’s still bad almost everywhere.”
But a chart issued by the CDC shows the flu season had peaked and was already steeply headed downward (see chart below).
Don’t ask the CDC about licorice root
While you are waiting for the next widely heralded anti-flu drug to become in the U.S., you might want to reach for licorice root extracts, which are documented to quell flu viruses better than vaccines.
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