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Successful experiments with Salvia officinalis and Salvia microphylla and COVID19
This paper presents results of the author on Salvia officinalis and Salvia microphylla and COVID19. The results were achieved with dried Salvia officinalis leaves and with fresh Salvia microphylla leaves. The properties of fresh leaves appear with the taste as being much richer in antiviral agents, drying reduces the antiviral activity. The experiments presented in this paper are on the author himself, do not involve biosampling to confirm in laboratory but existing data in the published literature confirms the excellent efficiency of Salvia officinalis against COVID19 and a large array of other diseases. The self-experiments were very successful against COVID19, opening a path for natural treatment.
Keywords: Novel Coronavirus 19; nCoV19; COVID19; Salvia officinalis; Salvia microphylla
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Florent Pirot. Successful experiments with Salvia officinalis and Salvia microphylla and COVID19. International Journal of Case Reports, 2020 ; 4:182. DOI: 10.28933/ijcr-2020-11-1805
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