Through the NIVEL Influenza surveillance system we can monitor when flu is about to strike in the U.S. Flu is one of the most important subjects of the NIVEL finding stations (NIVEL sensibly groups together all influenza-related symptoms under flu). Doctors of the finding stations have been registering patients that call in with influenza-like symptoms (IAZ) since 1970. Why so general? Not everyone that has flu-like symptoms has been contaminated with the influenza virus, which is why the description is quite general. The total counts go out to NIVEL every week, so there is a clear indication of when the numbers start increasing.
A natural anti-flu medicine is now available
You can find the weekly counts under this link. This is good information to have as we recently found an effective and safe natural anti-flu medicine. It is an anti-flu medicine that supports our immune system and decreases the chance of the virus making us ill. As soon as there is an threatening outbreak of the flu virus it is recommended to start taking a preventative dose of 2 capsules palmitoylethanolamide (PeaCure). This decreases the chance of flu and makes the fly symptoms less severe. When the first symptoms start it is recommended to double the doses for at least 2 weeks.
Strengthen your immune system with natural palmitoylethanolamide
German bacteriologists recently proved that palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) also strengthens the immune system against bacteria.  This information isn’t new, as it has been known since the 70’s that PEA strengthens the immune system can protect against attacks of bacteria and viruses.  In September 2014 Italian researchers published that a product containing PEA could reduce respiratory infections with children (176) significantly.  This was the result of a comparative study with control groups.
This natural bodily compound is the center of our research about the effectiveness and safety of natural medicine as an alternative for pharmaceutical medicine. We have been conducting studies with this substance since 2011 and have been able to treat thousands of people with chronic pain and weakened immunity successfully.
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 Rasková H, Masek K, Linèt O. | Non-specific resistance induced by palmitoylethanolamide. | Toxicon. | 1972 Aug;10(5):485-90.
 Nigro A1, Nicastro A2, Trodella R2. | Retrospective observational study to investigate Sinerga, a multifactorial nutritional product, and bacterial extracts in the prevention of recurrent respiratory infections in children. | Int J Immunopathol Pharmacol. | 2014 Jul-Sep;27(3):455-60.