Inhibit of the Virus Infections by using Aromatic Oils, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Boswellia Carterii and Zinc
Wisamjasim Abed Ali, Huda Raheem Hashim
Anti-virus treatments are a type of anti-microbiology, a class that includes antibiotics and anti-microbiological drugs, including fungi. These treatments were relatively harmless to the host, so they can be used to treat patients. Therefore, it must distinguish between the antiviral drug and its killer, which is not considered a drug category, but rather destroys the virus body outside the living cell. Most antiviral drugs currently available help in the treatment of immune deficiency disease in patients. The results showed significant differences between influenza vaccinated animals with diet therapy with inhaling essential oils, and non-vaccinated with absent of diet therapy and inhaling essential oils for the percentages from differential number of white blood cells in rats. The results showed a clear rise in the differential number of leukocytes in the blood samples of the experiment animals that were fed on yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) enriched with lemon oil, and zinc, in addition to chewing gum. The white blood cell count was calculated during fixed periods 2, 8 and 10 days from vaccinated with influenza virus for all experiment animals, the results were (53, 96, 9, 7) for (Neutrophil, Lymphocyte, Monocyte and Eosinophil) sequentially, after 2 days, (46, 92, 8, 5) for (Neutrophil, Lymphocyte, Monocyte and Eosinophil) sequentially, after 8 days, and (42, 85, 7, 4) for (Neutrophil, Lymphocyte, Monocyte and Eosinophil) sequentially, after 10 days, of the test group fed on yeast enriched with lemon oil, zinc, and chewing gum, and then it was vaccinated, compare between control group. There were no clear symptoms for experimental animals with influenza vaccine (effective and not weakened) that was fed to the food above and inhaled eucalyptus oil with a clear increase in the number of white blood cells compared to the control group and the negative group for feeding. While the symptoms were clear on the negative control group (not to use diet therapy) and vaccinated with effective influenza vaccine. The diet therapy was prepared from a group of effective essential oils, which were used in two ways, the first was through direct inhalation, that consist of (25 ml of oil eucalyptus, 25 ml of oil lemon and 100% oxygen gas) by heat, which third frequency of use in the one day for 10 days. The second components used by mouth that consist of (25 ml/kg oil lemon, 5µg/kg zinc, 8 mg/kg Saccharomyces cerevisiae, and 5 mg/kg chewing gum (Boswellia Carterii), which third frequency of use in the one day for 10 days. In this way, we increase immunity and prevent the virus from binding to the cell by inhibiting an enzyme angiotensin-converting enzyme 2.