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French Minister issues warning about ibuprofen & COVID 19, recommends curcumin instead

Originally published on by Brandie Weikle

The World Health Organization along with French health officials have officially released statements advising against using ibuprofen to manage symptoms of COVID-19, the illness caused by novel coronavirus.

Ibuprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicine, or NSAID. It’s sold under a number of brand names, including Advil and Nurofen. In addition to treating pain, it’s often used to manage fever associated with various viral or bacterial infections.

There have been conflicting reports about the use of Ibuprofen and other NSAIDs since French Health Minister Olivier Véran, also a neurologist, tweeted Saturday that it may worsen a COVID-19 infection.

Instead the French Health Minister along with the World Health Organization began recommending the use of natural anti-inflammatories that replace ibuprofen such as this type of plant based curcumin.

With fears about coronavirus running rampant, we’ve been doing our best to keep truthful information about the virus and natural, immune supportive strategies as signalled by peer-reviewed scientific research up to date on

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As a note, we also published an article earlier this week when the Shanghai government recommended Vitamin C to fight COVID 19. That product is still currently available here.

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