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Probiotic Prevents COVID-19 Replication

Published: October 2nd, 2020

Korean researchers have come across a probiotic in sea buckthorn berry that affects the replication of the SARS CoV-2 virus. This plant has been studied extensively for differing bacteria/probiotics associated with it and antiviral/bacterial activity. This recent unpublished data suggests new uses for this sea buckhorn berry probiotic extract.
We have known for years that probiotics can help prevent upper respiratory tract infections as well as GI tract infections. This is just one more article in the litany of information pointing to fermented foods and food products as a means for boosting your immune system. If you are unable to use food ferments, then you should consider a probiotic like Ther-biotic by Klaire labs. This contains a whole group of studied probiotics.
 
 
 
 

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