I’m getting hungry, and I’d like to get some kefir in my system to help me fight this flu.
Kefir contains a variety of antibiotic strains of beneficial bacteria that aid in the treatment of infections such as the one I have.
I read that you can drink it a few times an afternoon if you have a fever or a cough, and that the antibiotics in it will kill the virus faster. I’ll give it a shot because I have a lot of kefir in my fridge from my flatmate’s afternoon kefir-making sessions. This fever was heating up last night to the point where I was perspiring profusely, but after drinking kefir all afternoon yesterday, the fever appears to be subsiding. I’ll take it all afternoon today and see how I feel when I wake up tomorrow. The cooling technician told me that she had a bad cold or flu and that after about three mornings of using kefir every afternoon, she was completely cured, so let’s see if it does the same for me. I would prefer not to take antibiotics from a healthcare professional if I could avoid it because they kill all of the beneficial bacteria in the body and weaken our immune system. I have to work for the heating and cooling corporation next week, and I need to get better before then. I also have a friend who wants to visit me in five mornings and would love to see her if I am feeling better, as she is a fantastic friend and I certainly miss seeing her.