Updated: January 23, 2018

The Most Important Solutions Right Now

Until the "scourge" has passed and things get back to "normal" in the Northern Hemisphere, we recommend taking these Solutions twice daily:

These four Solutions will provide support in light of this year's unusually high microbial activity. If you haven't started taking these Solutions yet, start now, even though the season is already underway. And if you have family members who would prefer to start with just one bottle, make it Virus Solution.

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Four Important Solutions

Taking Your Doses

Follow these simple guidelines to make the most of what the Solutions have to offer.

The MBP Immune, Lymphatic and Respiratory Solutions  should be taken last thing at night and first thing in the morning.

  • You can take them at the same time, one after the other. Wait 10 seconds between each dose.

  • In the morning, take the MBPs and then wait 20 minutes before you eat, drink, brush your teeth, take other Solutions or anything else.

  • At night, finish eating, drinking, brushing your teeth or taking any other Solutions, wait 15 minutes, then take your MBPs and go to sleep.

The Virus Solution  is NOT an "MBP" Solution. It can be taken anytime in the morning and anytime in the evening, just not at the same time as your MBPs or any other Solutions.

  • Do not eat or drink (or take any other Solution except Bacteria) for 10 minutes before and 10 minutes after taking the Virus Solution.

For PIC List Testers
The doses recommended here are in addition to any drops taken as part of any PIC Unit. Take your PIC Unit drops at a different time of day.


About the Bacteria Solution

The above recommendations are the bare bones "at least these if not anything else" recommendation.

If you are already taking the Bacteria Solution, keep it up!

And take the Bacteria Solution twice a day for now.


Other Tips for Staying Healthy this Season

There are many things you can do to minimize your risk without holing up like a hermit until spring. Here are a few of the precautions we take every day:

  • Wash your hands. A lot. Soap between your fingers, don't forget your thumbs and finger tips. Sing the Alphabet Song while applying soap, then rinse.

  • Wear a surgical mask when in close quarters with others, or at the grocery store. Okay, we do this at work. Some of us will become real trendsetters doing this at the store!

  • Monitor your temperature. If it spikes, stay home from work out of consideration for other commuters and your coworkers.

  • Wear leather gloves at the gas pump.

  • Stay hydrated.

  • Shower and shampoo as soon as you get home. (And put the clothes you were wearing into the hamper.)

  • Leave your shoes at the door. (Have a set of indoor slippers if your floor's cold.)

  • Carry your own pen for signing receipts when you're shopping.

  • Use Sani-wipes to wipe down mulptiple surfaces two to five times a day, depending on the number of people using them. Surfaces would include doorknobs, countertops (don't forget the edges), light switches, shared keyboards and mouses, printer keypads, shared phones, water cooler buttons, fridge handles, sink handles, toilet handles, remote controls and all on/off switches . . .

  • Wipe down tablets or smart phones frequently through the day, especially if you share them with others.

  • If someone in your house isn't well, separate their toothbrush, give them separate hand towels, launder bedding frequently (wear a face mask while in their room, handling the bedding and laundry), consider using disposable/compostable dishes, utensils and papertowels.

  • Air out the building (or the office, floor, classroom) once a day for about 15-20 minutes. It's a short time of being chilly, but it pays off with not breathing in stuffy air full of everything your coworkers or family have been exhaling!

  • Give your humidifier a thorough cleaning once a week to ensure nothing is growing in there and then travelling out into the air.

  • Sneeze or cough into your elbow. Remind friends and coworkers to do this, too.