Anti-microbial formulation of Lomatia and Olive Leaf Extract.
Weight: 0.50 pounds
1918 Plus™ is a rare all-natural antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, anti-yeast nutriment that has had 16 university studies and literally hundreds of years of use. It was used extensively by Native Americans of the Southwest and Northwest, and gained notice in the worldwide influenza epidemic of 1918, hence its name. It was first reported on in the 1920s by Ernest T. Krebs, MD, father of the Krebs Cycle.
The active ingredients in 1918 are Lomatium dissectum, commonly known as Lomatia, wild parsley, and Indian Balsam, along with Vitamin D3 and Olive Leaf Extract. As documented in the Bulletin of the Nevada State Board of Health in 1920, no member of the Washoe, Paiute, or Shoshone tribes who included their native "Toh'-sa" in treatment perished from the influenza that swept the state of Nevada in 1917-1918.
During the worldwide influenza epidemic of 1918, the effectiveness of Lomatium dissectum came to the attention of the American white man when it was observed that Native Americans in the Southwest were recovering rapidly from the virus that was killing others. Ernest T. Krebs, Jr., noted biochemist and son of Ernest T. Krebs, MD, said, "This is to become one of the most important antibiotic herbs known to man."
- Lomatium dissectum (Lomatia): 525mg
- Olive Leaf Extract (containing 40mg Oleuropein): 100mg
Other ingredients: Gelatin and magnesium stearate
Suggested use: 1-2 capsules per day
Contents: 60 gelcaps
For further information, read our article in the NaturoDoc Library on Fighting Viral Outbreaks with Lomatia.