Coconut Oil’s History in Destroying Viruses

Comments by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News

People living in the Philippines, a country of islands not very far off the coast of China, remember all too well the last time a deadly coronavirus epidemic broke out in China.

It was 2003 when the SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) coronavirus broke out in China. It infected over 7000 people in China with over 600 recorded deaths.

Even with its close proximity to China and large Chinese population in the Philippine nation of about 80 million people, only 14 cases of SARS was reported with two recorded deaths.


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4 thoughts on “Coconut Oil’s History in Destroying Viruses”

  1. I’m not surprised. A big fan of coconut oil and I rarely get sick. I get it pure cold-pressed via Bin-Inn. Use it as a mouth-rinse for your teeth, use it cooking, whatever. I also swear by Aloe Vera juice. I recently reduced my coffee intake and started drinking Aloe Vera drinks instead, I feel better for it.

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    1. Me too Martin. I get it from a chch trade me dealer. Organic too. Not gone way down the aloe track but have it occasionally. Sounds good. I know my less tea & coffee certainly gave benefits.


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