The Case Against Ibuprofen** Grows as Children Sicken and Die from Mysterious Inflammatory Disease.

**Ibuprofen is the generic name of Advil, Motrin, Aleve & Naproxen

Back in March of this year Doctors began sounding the alarm about a connection between Ibuprofen and the “cytokine storm” found in COVID-19 patients. The sudden and overwhelming “storm” of lung inflammation is what puts patients on ventilators.  Most never come off. Ibuprofen found strongly suspected to be a cause.  Now we are getting reports of children dying from another kind of COVID-related inflammation.  The mysterious symptoms are similar to Kawasaki Syndrome.  This syndrome involves brain, heart and lung inflammation plus it also afflicts the skin with painful rashes.  Dozens of children have died already.  Once again, doctors are reporting most or ALL of them were given Ibuprofen.

 

Why is this not being widely reported in the news?  It may be the billions of dollars the media get from advertising these toxic drugs!! Big Pharma has a lot of power. I am amazed that most healthcare providers are unaware of this important information.  I am telling all my patients and colleagues to PLEASE not use Ibuprofen.  Other NSAIDs may prove to be dangerous too!!

 

What can we do to control inflammation without drugs?  I use extreme hydration (water) and natural vegetable-derived anti-inflammatories.  One of my favorites is vegetable juice containing carrots, greens, cucumber and aloe.  I can feel the heat leaving my body so fast it’s unbelievable.

 

I also use anti-oxidant supplements like Lifeguard from Starlight International or Resvoxitrol from Orthomolecular.  (I get ZERO money for endorsing these products.)  Lifeguard can be ordered online at
(831)242-1080.  Call me at (770)955-2225 if you need help with this or any other health problems.

Yours in Health,

 

Dr. Richard Schuyler, DC

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