The Spanish pandemic killed 50 million people in 1918. When will the next epidemic occur?

Less than a 100 years ago, the Spanish flu pandemic killed 50 million people worldwide and infected a quarter of the British Population. “The undertakers couldn’t make the coffins quick enough, let alone polish them. The gravediggers worked from dawn to dusk seven days a week to cope. The smell of those deaths was indescribable.”

Today we have rolling waves of different types of FLUs: Bird Flu, Swine Flu, etc. According to the World Health Organization,  avian influenza “bird flu” virus subtypes A(H5N1) and A(H9N2) or swine influenza “swine flu” virus subtypes A(H1N1) and A(H3N2) are “viruses that cause severe disease in poultry and result in high death rates are called highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI).”

Essential oils may be the most powerful antiseptics that exist. According to a study at ALGARVE UNIVERSITY in the EU, there was “no induction of resistance in bacteria during continuous exposure to the essential oils.

“Completely inhibited the growth of H. pylori in vitro at a concentration of 0.1%. Resistance did not develop even after 10 sequential passages.”–BAYLOR COLLEGE of MEDICINE, USA.
“Plant essential oils (EOs) and their combinations have proven to be quite effective in killing a wide selection of bacterial pathogens including MRSA.”–PHARMACEUTICAL BIOLOGY, 2016

After 12 minutes of diffusion over 99% of airborne bacteria were eliminated.–WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY, USA

Concentrations of only 0.4% “reduced the bacterial population 5 logarithmic orders.”–UNIVERSITY of BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA:
NUMBERS 16:46-50: “Then Moses said to Aaron, ‘Take your censer and put incense in it, along with burning coals from the altar, and hurry to the assembly …’”
“Essential oils might be used as broad-spectrum anti-microbial agents for decontaminating an indoor environment.”–SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 2016

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