Tamiflu Was Known in China 4,600 Years Ago – Part III
And today, we have to inform you about the side effects of TamiFlu.
As of 4th of December, 2007, the Japanese government decided that TamiFlu should not be given to otherwise healthy children of young school pupils.
In this season alone, two 14 year-old schoolchildren jumped to their death from their apartments, and two 12 year-old kids have broke their legs after jumping from balconies in Japan.
The Japanese government announced that the cause of these incidents involves the side effects of TamiFlu. Hallucinations, confusions, and speech problems are reported.
TamiFlu Side Effects
Possible TamiFlu side effects?, although not common, include:
nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, bronchitis, stomach pain, dizziness, headache
More serious side effects have also sometimes been reported. According to the FDA, 'there have been reports (mostly from Japan) since TamiFlu became available of patients causing self-injury or experiencing delirium (confusion, hallucinations, speech problems) while using TamiFlu.' While these reports were mostly in children, it is still not known if they were actually caused by taking TamiFlu.
The above information came from The Japanese Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare.
The Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare issued a restriction against prescribing TamiFlu to teenagers to prevent abnormal behavior such that jumping off from the building.
In addition, the research group of the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare hurries analysis of 10,000 patients with influenza, inspecting the case of abnormal behavior after taking TamiFlu. It is necessary to take a second look whether or not if it is something related to abnormal behaviors, but at present, it is under restriction. The Japanese Ministry of Health received 282 such incidents so far.
Use botanical herbs for influenza. Do not take TamiFlu for influenza when there's nobody around. Use pine tree leaves, the origin of TamiFlu, and extract the tea for influenza treatment, which has no side effects at all, and enjoy sipping the tea. How to use pine needle leaves? Here it is.
- Clean the needle leaves with running water.
- Steam it for about 40 minutes.
- Dry the needle leaves in the shaded and cool place.
- Once it is dried, you can keep it in the polybag, and probably preserve it for 3 years.
- For cigarette, you can wrap the needle as is. Now, you can light it and smoke for flu-prevention purpose. This is the pine needle cigarette I made and sold in the street 60 years ago in Osaka, Japan. Commercialized cigarette I saw in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Taipei were using grinded needle with some other blended herbal leaves.
- For tea, you can grind or chop it small. Pour hot water and boil it for about 3 minutes.
Now, it is a tasty pine herbal tea for flu-oriented diseases, asthma and others. It is a healthy tea for you. According to old folks in Japan, needle tea is also good for preventing aging. Try it for yourself.
Ebola Virus Death Toll in Uganda Rises to 22, Includes 4 Medics
The number of people stricken by the Ebola virus in Uganda almost doubled in the past 10 to 93 days. Twenty-two people have died, including four healthcare workers, according to the World Health Organization.
In nine of the cases, laboratory analysis shows that people were infected by a new species of the virus, according to WHO website. Dec. 8 (Bloomberg)
The outbreak in the western district of Bundibugyo, Congo, began in August. Victims of Ebola virus suffer high fever, diarrhea, vomiting, red eyes and a measles-like rash.
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