Natural Cure Website Refuses to Participate in Ebola Natural Cure Hype

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Ebola is affecting people worldwide and because of this, many are looking for a natural cure. Unfortunately, some natural cure sites are touting unproven cures for this deadly disease. is one natural site that is committed to telling the truth about Ebola cures.

LOS ANGELES, CA – November 25, 2014. Ebola, a virus that causes viral hemorrhagic fever, is a scourge that has already caused the deaths of thousands in three countries in western Africa. According to scientists, if it is not controlled soon, the Ebola virus could result in the deaths of thousands or even millions more. 

Around the world, medical experts and authorities are focusing on research to come up with a pharmaceutical cure or treatment for the deadly virus. There is currently no vaccine and no medication that effectively kills or removes the virus from the body, which kills as many as 90% of those who become infected. The lack of an effective cure has many unscrupulous people hyping natural cures, when in fact, there is no such cure for this deadly disease. 

According to the website, which focuses on helping people find natural cures for hundreds of different conditions and diseases, there is no natural cure for Ebola. The website stands out among the vast array of natural cure websites touting unproven cures and attempting to cash in on the dreaded disease. Ebola hemorrhagic fever is caused by any one of four different families of virus – arenaviruses, filoviruses, bunyaviruses and flaviviruses.  The virus is spread through direct contact with an infected person, and can be hosted by mosquitos, ticks and rodents, as well as other animal hosts. 

The symptoms of Ebola start with the rapid onset of fever with muscle pain, sore throat and headache, followed by massive episodes of vomiting and diarrhea. The vomiting and diarrhea lead to extreme dehydration, often resulting in kidney failure, liver failure and the breakdown of essential cell structure which leads to uncontrolled internal and external bleeding, giving the fever its name. 

Death from Ebola results from the breakdown of the bodily systems affected by dehydration and fever, not from the virus itself. notes that the recommended treatment for Ebola consists of intensive medical support to keep the body hydrated through the worst of the illness. 

According to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, intravenous rehydration was the key to saving two American health care workers treated for Ebola at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. While the hospital, which is one of the few hospitals in the US that is regarded as a center for excellence in the treatment of Ebola, also attempted experimental cures, it was water the most natural cure of all that was the key to their survival. According to medical workers who treated the two cases, the Ebola survivors received 3 to 5 liters of intravenous fluids generally water with electrolytes daily early on in the treatment. 

The key to surviving Ebola appears to be recognizing the symptoms early so that doctors can start aggressive rehydration therapy and support the body through its natural battle with the deadly disease. Ebola is a serious disease, and luckily, and it’s important not to be taken in by alternative treatments that are trying to sell unproven cures.

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