Suffering From Ross River, Barmah Forest Or Glandular Fever?

Suffering From Ross River, Barmah Forest Or Glandular Fever?

Bev Dunne

During the past couple of weeks several customers have been in our store enquiring about treatment for Ross River Virus. After a reasonably wet summer there has been an abundance of mosquitos and as a consequence, unfortunately some of our communities have been afflicted with this very debilitating virus.

For many years we have experienced great success treating the Ross River Fever as well as Barmah Forest Fever and Glandular Fever with the herb Astragalus in conjunction with several other herbs such as Siberian Ginseng, Reishi Mushroom, Magnolia Vine and Chinese Liquorice.

Ross River Virus and Barmah Forest Virus, as well as Glandular Fever are extremely debilitating ailments and time and time again, we receive very positive feedback from customers when treated with this Astragalus formula.

We generally find symptoms of Ross River Virus and Barmah Forest Virus are fever and headaches, joint pain, swelling and stiffness, muscle soreness, rash, lethargy, and swollen lymph nodes

Symptoms for Glandular Fever are somewhat similar with fever, sore throat and swollen lymph nodes and lethargy

Recovery from these debilitating illnesses can be very slow, however when taking the Astragalus formula, we generally find improvement is very noticeable.

We suggest a 3-month course of this formula to restore a weakened immune system. This formula cannot however be taken when suffering a from a fever. When suffering from a fever it would be best to take the herb Echinacea which also helps fight viral infections. Once the fever has subsided, you can then recommence taking the Astragalus formula.

To assist in reducing joint pain and increase mobility we would also suggest a combination of P.E.A. and Boswellia. Magnesium may also assist in reducing the muscle soreness.

Co-Enzyme Q10 also assists in energy production in cells and may assist in increasing energy levels as well as assisting with immune support.

Obviously, bed rest is extremely important together with a healthy diet to assist in recovery.

For more information on treatment of these illnesses call in to see Bev and the girls at Go Vita in North St in Batemans Bay or phone 44729737. Don’t forget to tune into Bev on 2EC every Wednesday at 12.30pm