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Tips for Preventing the Coronavirus


With any cold and flu season, staying active, exercising, and practicing proper hygiene are key to staying in good health. You body has natural defenses to fight off bacteria, and you can aid your immune system with a little extra help!


Dr. Denise Grobe, our licensed Natropathic physician, would like to provide you and your loved ones immune boosting recommendations. You can find the items below at True Harmony or other medical herbal stores/offices.



Immune Boosting Tips

Vitamin C Up to 1000 mg- 6000 mg daily

Glutathione Injection* Once a week

B-complex injection* Once a week

Elderberry Syrup* 2 teaspoons 2 times a day

Dragon Fire Tonic* 3 droppers full 2-3 times a day

What are the symptoms and how do I know if I am at risk?

**It does not spread from pregnant person to fetus**

**People are thought to be the most contagious when they are the sickest**

How do I prevent the spread of the virus?

  1. WASH YOUR HANDS. Use soap and water regularly, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose/coughing/sneezing. Only use alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available

  2. Avoid close contact to those who are sick

  3. Stay home when you are sick

  4. Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, immediately throw tissue away

  5. Clean and disinfect objects that are frequently handled with a regular household cleaning spray or wipe

6. Exercise, healthy diet, plenty of water, and immune boosting!

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