A 24-year-old female medical student working in a hospital developed body pain, fever 101F (38.3C), extreme fatigue, and loss of smell, taste, and appetite since 19 Dec 2020. Tested positive for Covid-19 on 22 Dec 2020, she isolated herself in her family home and started taking Tylenol for fever every six hours. The symptoms started getting worse and by 24 Dec, she developed a cough, sore throat, runny nose, chest congestion, and her fever would shoot up to 103F (39.4C) if she missed taking Tylenol. On 25 Dec, her worried mother approached the practitioner who delivered the IB remedy to their door:
CC9.2 Infections acute + CC9.3 Tropical diseases + CC9.4 Children’s diseases + CC10.1 Emergencies + CC13.1 Kidney & Bladder tonic + CC19.1 Chest tonic + CC19.2 Respiratory allergies + CC19.3 Chest infections chronic + CC19.6 Cough chronic + CC19.7 Throat chronic…6TD and as a preventive for her family members…TDS
The next day, her fever reduced to 100F(37C) so she stopped taking Tylenol. There was a 40% improvement in her symptoms, but there was no change in appetite, taste, or smell. After three days on 29 Dec, the temperature came down to normal with 20% improvement in taste and smell, 30% in appetite, and 80% in all other symptoms. She was now able to relish fruit juices. In another two days, there was complete recovery from all symptoms except the taste and smell restored by only 50%. She was happy to be able to eat everything and continued with self-isolation. On 1 Jan 2021, the dosage was reduced to TDS and further to OD on 6 Jan. On 10 Jan, she reported her taste and smell were 80% better. She came out of self-isolation on 11 Jan and stopped the remedy as she understood she had developed immunity from reinfection for three months. Her family members continued at the reduced dosage of OD. On 26 Jan, she reported complete recovery. As of 17 Feb 2021, she is perfectly fine.
Editor’s comment: Due to the emergence of multiple Covid-19 variants, the preventive dosage is highly recommended even for those who have been vaccinated or fully recovered.