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INFECTED: Secrets From The Medical Underground presents a compilation of highly researched old remedies and treatments, as well as unconventional plant-based medicines, potent nutrients, and tips for a healthy body, culled from the wisdom of doctor Ralph La Guardia, who has spent years on the front lines of the medical underground. Several medical secrets, unpatentable by medical experts, are the tools in the book that assists the reader in preventing the clandestine entry of several infections and disorders into the human body.

The book is written at a time when there is widespread concern over the lethality of the COVID 19 virus. The first chapter thus provides interesting and comprehensive information on the origin of influenza and colds, offering an open criticism of hyperbolized COVID-19 viruses’ deadly intensity, as well as redundant measures and ‘so-called’ ‘insane’ vaccines measures with no guarantee of future effects.

‘Build The Wall,’ the second chapter, explores the human body’s remarkable systems and its inherent barriers to infection. The effectiveness of these natural barriers in the human body determines a healthy immunity, which is essential for preventing diseases at their source. This chapter depicts the many aspects of the human body and presents them in an amazingly comprehensible and deep way.

The third chapter, titled ‘Symptoms,’ aims to assist readers in differentiating and/or learning about the various commonly associated symptoms of flu, colds, allergies, and COVID-19. The fourth chapter discusses the basic feasible measures and suggestions for infection prevention through personal hygiene. As in previous chapters, this chapter emphasizes the concept of Benjamin Franklin’s saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” The fifth chapter is a meticulous yet all-inclusive illumination on the measures and substances covered in chapter four. This includes exclusive information on various antioxidants-for-health-and-longevity, their sources, and ‘the gang of seven’ substances to aid in the treatment of any infection. The sixth chapter proceeds with an overview of the various respiratory tract infections as well as their treatments.

Chapter seven is entirely dedicated to the facts and transparent views about the entire situation of COVID-19, which eventually leads to the symptoms, steps to prevention, and finally treatment of the virus. In the last three chapters, the author illustrates various types of skin infections, genitourinary tract infections, and gastroenteritis, as well as many remedies for treating them.

The human body wonders and the many secrets that each individual carries within are not the only things that amaze readers in this book. It also astounds with its extensive knowledge, which is broken down into absorbable capsules that make the book so intriguing. Be it the censorship of those who want to bring to light the real facts about the COVID-19 virus, or the apprehension of medical ‘experts’ who can’t recognize the benefits of the medical underground secrets presented in the book, the author has been explicit with his views.

INFECTED: Secrets From The Medical Underground provides readers with many tools to prevent diseases, using approaches that don’t require prescriptions. This health guide will also appeal to people who are fascinated with the complex yet intriguing functions of the human body and the many tips available to keep it healthy.

Pages: 349 | ASIN : B09N9VPPW2

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Obsessive Quest

Russ Melrose Author Interview

Russ Melrose Author Interview

Finding AJ follows FBI Agent Jules as she searches for a serial killer through a zombie apocalypse. What were some themes you wanted to carry over from book 1 and what was a new direction you wanted to take in book 2?

The themes were quite different in Jacob’s Odyssey and Finding AJ. While the main theme in Jacob’s Odyssey was centered around Jake’s internal journey, the main theme in Finding AJ was Jules’ obsessive quest to find the serial killer known as the Calligrapher. However there is a common theme that runs through both novels, and that has to do with the incredible beauty of nature that surrounds us, yet the human race seems bent on self-destruction. At one point in Jacob’s Odyssey, Jake comments on how he’s always thought of the mountains surrounding the Salt Lake Valley as being as “eden-like” as any place on earth. There are beautiful descriptions of nature in both novels.

The town of Gideon is one of the last remaining towns in the apocalypse. How did you imagine a town would come together and survive in a time like this?

The only way the people of Gideon, or any other post-apocalyptic setting, could survive is by working together to solve any problems that came up. “Working together” is the key. Gideon had good leaders and the people there were willing to do their part in order to survive.

Jules is a determined FBI agent, but faces some tough decisions. What were some obstacles that you felt were important to her characters development?

The personal obstacles Jules needed to overcome had to do with her tendency toward being a self-reliant lone wolf. She generally doesn’t connect with or open herself up to others. She has difficulty giving her trust. She doesn’t let anyone in. It isn’t easy for her, but eventually she opens herself up and begins to connect with others. And she has to “trust” someone if she’s going to find the serial killer, and toward the end she finally does.

Will there be a book 3 in the Apocalypse Journeys series and where will that take readers?

There may be a 3rd novel. I’m not sure yet. It depends on how well Finding AJ does. Simple as that. If there is a third novel, it will combine characters from the first two novels. They will be at the underground government complex that is mentioned in Jacob’s Odyssey. This is the same complex where the virus was developed, and there are still experiments going on there. The conspiracy will be revealed, and virtually everyone (Jake, Sarah, Becky, Jules, Caleb, and others) will be in danger. Lukas Melzer will, of course, be there, as well as the new president of the United States. And deep in the complex are a host of grays (zombies), including the alpha called Eve. And don’t be terribly surprised if the Swimmer from Jacob’s Odyssey makes a return. He’s the baddest alpha around. Can’t leave him out.

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Finding AJ (Apocalypse Journeys Book 2) by [Melrose, Russ]The world has fallen apart, the FBI gone, but former Agent Jules Vandevelde won’t stop. She can’t. She’s driven to find the psychopathic serial killer known as the Calligrapher.

Her search leads her to Gideon, Utah, a small town in the southern part of the state. There, amongst the 116 survivors, a serial killer hides in plain sight. There’s only one clue to his identity. Using a scalpel, he inscribes the letters AJ into the abdominal area of his victims–postmortem–in an ancient Chinese text called Tsao, the lettering precise and artistic.

Jules knows the key to finding the Calligrapher lies in discovering the identity of AJ. If she can find AJ, she can find the Calligrapher. But the Calligrapher knows who Jules is. Jules must survive the infected and find the Calligrapher before she becomes his latest victim.

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