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Flu Cure Breakthrough


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Just a couple weeks ago, scientists discovered a new, puzzling cure to the common disease influenza, or flu. This rare new cure can be found in South India and is the reason behind the slimy and slippery feel of frogs: frog mucus.

The flu is a type of virus that primarily attacks the immune system. Because it is a virus, it needs a host to survive, thus, it infects our body’s cells and continues to reproduce. Common symptoms can be dehydration, dizziness, nausea and or vomiting. Most people in the U.S. have stayed clear of the flu by taking flu shots yearly, but if you find yourself lousy and confused, research shows there are still ways for you to heal quickly.

A type of fungoid frog, the Hudrophylax bahuvistara, has been found to carry Urumin- a host defense peptide. A peptide is a chain of amino acids, slightly differing from proteins.

Urumin can prevent the dizzy, feverish feelings along with destroy some of the Influenza A or B viruses while safeguarding other cells.

More along the healing subject, Urumin can bind to a protein called hemagglutinin. This protein is found on the surface of the H1N1 influenza. This is the disease behind the most common flus. The Urumin will physically destroy the virus, and leave you in a healthy condition.

Though this method of healing may seem disgusting, it can save countless people caught in a deep flu infection. Also, this method is quick and efficient, meaning it can heal people during any sort of pandemics. It can quickly bring adults back to their workplace and students back to their studies.

 

Sources:

http://abc7.com/archive/8957259/

http://www.express.co.uk/news/science/793927/Flu-cure-frog-mucus-South-Indian-jungle-kill-human-virus

http://www.webmd.com/cold-and-flu/cold-guide/flu-cold-symptoms

http://www.webmd.com/cold-and-flu/flu-guide/children-and-flu-influenza#1

http://animals.mom.me/produces-slimy-feeling-frog-3382.html

http://www.biology-online.org/dictionary/Peptide

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