How to Kill Coronavirus

  • 4 years ago
The highly contagious virus that has caused “The COVID-19 Outbreak”, carries a significant vulnerability that may be immediately exploitable. In other words, this coronavirus has the potential of being stopped, perhaps more easily than most people, and most health professionals, realize. Dr. Dan Lee Dimke PhD, explains the science behind the fragile nature of this virus, and offers an easy, self-administered therapy that, if widely practiced, might offer an additional aid to ending this outbreak more quickly.

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CAUTION: This procedure presented in this video is NOT a cure for coronavirus! It has not yet been endorsed by any health authority. It should be ONLY be considered as one more layer of prevention IN ADDITION TO ALL OTHER PRECAUTIONS recommended by the CDC, WHO, or other health authorities – including hand washing, social distancing, coughing and sneezing into a sleeve, avoiding contact with others who display symptoms, getting tested for COVID-19 if fever and other respiratory symptoms develop, and seeking immediate medical advice if tested positive for COVID-19, or if symptoms persist or worsen. NOTE: Once the virus has migrated to the lungs, which may occur in up to 20% of patients within one to two weeks, the virus is too far from the external heat source to be substantially impacted by inhaling hot air. Benefits are likely to be highest when used for prevention and early treatment.

After viewing this video, if you elect to try this procedure yourself, remember to follow all procedures exactly as presented, using only the suggested heat sources. (Steam is NOT one of them). DO NOT use excessive levels of heat that cause ANY level of discomfort. DO NOT use older (pre-1990) external heat devices that are not equipped with a 2-button, Ground-Fault Interrupt Circuit on the wall plug – designed to prevent electric shock. Spray with distilled or previously-boiled water at room temperature whenever possible. Follow ALL manufacturer-recommended precautions for sauna use and begin with only 3 to 5-minute sessions. Increase gradually. Avoid sauna use entirely, if you are consuming alcohol, or have a fever or high blood pressure. And, consult your doctor, before using a sauna, if you are being treated for any medical condition or currently taking prescription medications. Safety first!