Infantile Paralysis, Influenza, Grippe, Etc.
( Originally Published 1934 )
Such infections as infantile paralysis should be impossible and have no dread for the public when the preventive and rapidly curative values of the nasal antisepticizing treatments are properly understood and used. In other words, wide-spread epidemics of such diseases as influenza, grippe, colds, etc., should not terrify the public when such simple means as herein described, can readily, easily and quickly control, check and prevent complications and deaths, and cure these wide-spread epidemic diseases which are principally respiratory infections entering through the nasal sinuses. These facts are equally true of infantile paralysis. Fortunately, nature is extremely kind; she gives us plenty of warnings which if heeded in time, will make such diseases extremely mild affairs and not the havoc-wrecking and paralyzing agents they are at present.
The chronic stages of these infections should likewise be treated by the aid of the constant use of the antisepticizing treatments and if necessary, also one or more of the other methods of common foundationing.