How do the new coronavirus tests work?

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Best regards and congrat. for best med.web. My 45 Y. med.expiriens against virus..... herbs...elderberry, gentiana lutea, filipendula ulmaria,wild oregano, vitamin c, d, b, hills water,echinacea, nettle.apple vinegar.Strengthening imunnity.....Herbalist with IMO Certifikat , Biofach,Nuernberg, Germany
 
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Best regards and congrat. for best med.web. My 45 Y. med.expiriens against virus..... herbs...elderberry, gentiana lutea, filipendula ulmaria,wild oregano, vitamin c, d, b, hills water,echinacea, nettle.apple vinegar.Strengthening imunnity.....Herbalist with IMO Certifikat , Biofach,Nuernberg, Germany
Viruses are not all alike. None of those things have been tested against COVID-19.
 
Mar 11, 2020
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Essential oil with aroma lamp.
E. globulus and C. zeylanicum EOs had antiviral activity on H1N1 and HSV1 (Astani et al., 2010; Vimalanathan & Hudson, 2014). For example, eucalyptus EO and its compounds 1,8 cineole and β‐caryophyllene exhibit an anti‐HSV1 activity by directly inactivating free‐virus particles and might interfere with virion envelope structures required for entry into host cells (Astani, Reichling, & Schnitzler, 2011; Astani et al., 2010). Commonly used antiviral medication (e.g., acyclovir and ganciclovir) inhibit DNA polymerases. Identifying substances with viral targets other than DNA polymerases are of particular interest to avoid resistance.
In a previous published study performed with a proprietary blend of rosemary, orange, clove, cinnamon, and eucalyptus EOs (On guard Wild™), efficacy was shown against H1N1

 
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So PCR tests, created in the 80s, do not test for a specific virus. And we are using the results to shut down society.Hmmm
 
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Essential oil with aroma lamp.
E. globulus and C. zeylanicum EOs had antiviral activity on H1N1 and HSV1 (Astani et al., 2010; Vimalanathan & Hudson, 2014). For example, eucalyptus EO and its compounds 1,8 cineole and β‐caryophyllene exhibit an anti‐HSV1 activity by directly inactivating free‐virus particles and might interfere with virion envelope structures required for entry into host cells (Astani, Reichling, & Schnitzler, 2011; Astani et al., 2010). Commonly used antiviral medication (e.g., acyclovir and ganciclovir) inhibit DNA polymerases. Identifying substances with viral targets other than DNA polymerases are of particular interest to avoid resistance.
In a previous published study performed with Pasco Connect Login a proprietary blend of rosemary, orange, clove, cinnamon, and eucalyptus EOs (On guard Wild™), efficacy was shown against H1N1
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