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E-Virus Guard – BioEnergy Wearable Patch (Includes Ebola Concerns)


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  • Medical & Health Care Professionals!
  • Airport & Airline Personnel!
  • Hospital Personnel
  • Travelers!


Concerned about Ebola?

Don’t know who or what to believe?

Don’t want to panic but anxious about your own health and well-being?

Worried about what you hear in the media?

Trying not to over-react but want to do something natural to help your body “just in case”?

If you’re like many, you have valid concerns about viral infections associated with Ebola viruses.


Click Here for Brief Summary Discussion about Ebola Virus.


Wearable Patches
Wearable Patches







E-Virus Guard BioEnergy patch can help naturally target and encourage a healthy immune system.

Consider using the E-Virus Guard BioEnergy patch if you are

Consider using the E-Virus Guard BioEnergy patch if you are

  • Concerned about Ebola and Ebola-Like Viruses
  • Work or Operate in High Risk Environment
  • Apprehensive about Travel



All BioEnergy Patches

  • No Drugs / No Chemicals
  • Non-Transdermal / Non-Invasive
  • No Known Side Effects or Interactions
  • No Known Interference With Concurrent Protocols or Modalities
  • No Pill Or Food Schedules
  • No Restrictive Complicated Programs
  • Hypoallergenic Patches
  • 72-Hr Consistent Ongoing Benefit / Relief

They work naturally and continuously!

Note: To optimize results, stay WELL hydrated — the bio-frequencies travel through the fluid in our cells!


The E-Virus Guard Patch Is EASY!

How easy is the E-Virus Guard Patch?

Just put an E-Virus Guard Patch on your left arm and forget about it for three whole days! At the end of the three days, simply remove the original E-Virus Guard Patch and replace it with a fresh E-Virus Guard Patch.

The trick?

Stay well hydrated! (That’s easy!)

(The bio-frequencies travel through the fluid in our cells!!)

So why not get ALL the natural help possible?

It’s SO easy!

And affordable too!

Next Wave invites you to read about E-Virus Guard Patch and all the other wearable patches.

No chemicals / no drugs / nothing transdermal AND they’re VERY affordable!


Have a healthy day!


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Ebola Summary Discussion


Four presently known Ebola Virus subtypes and species (named for geographic location where these viruses were first determined to cause outbreaks of disease):

  • Zaire
  • Sudan
  • Reston
  • Cote d’lvoire (Ivory Coast)


Center for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) say that it can be difficult to distinguish Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) from other infectious diseases such as malaria, typhoid fever, and meningitis. Confirmation that symptoms are caused by EVD are made from test results.

Natural News ( advises that a person carrying and replicating Ebola can test negative for Ebola for up to six weeks. (Testing only shows positive when the virus has replicated to a sufficient quantity to be detectable.)

WHO explains that the incubation period for EBV can be up to 42 days (not 21 days as first reported by CDC).

Results from a scientific study done by Scientists from the Biomedical Sciences Department at the Defense Science and Technology Laboratory in the UK found that, contrary to mainstream claims, Ebola can survive for up to 50 days on dried surfaces, specifically on cold glass.


Education about known risk factors and protective measures may be an effective way to reduce human transmission.

Present CDC and WHO reports indicate that the Ebola Virus is spread primarily through close contact with the body of an infected individual, contaminated body fluids, aerosolized droplets, contaminated surfaces, or other sources of infectious material.

WHO explains that symptoms which usually appear 2-42 days after infection may include:

  • High Fever
  • Headache
  • Joint and Muscle Aches
  • Sore Throat
  • Weakness
  • Stomach Pain
  • Lack of Appetite


It appears that the immune response in many people is impaired and that a strong cellular immune response is key to surviving EBV infections.

Reports indicate that early supportive care with rehydration and symptomatic treatment improves survival.

As of yet, there is no licensed treatment proven to neutralize the Ebola Virus.

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