Anti-Plague Formula: Kill Stubborn Viruses

During this last spell of high humidity and being forced to stay in an air-conditioned home I fell sick. Weeks before I had been eating all kinds of junk food, hardly any vegetables and plenty of pasta. This led my body into a mucus-driven cesspool. I don’t like taking over the counter medicines because I don’t like having all of those drugs in my body. So I was trying everything natural to get this stuff out of me. You know the stuff your momma use to give you when you were a child – lots of hot lemon tea with honey and chicken noodle soup. I even added some honey, coconut oil, and cinnamon mixture to the list. It was doing a good job, but I am an impatient person when it comes to getting better. Then I remembered I had a bottle of Dr. Christopher’s Anti-Plague Formula.

Dr. Christopher's Anti-plague formulaI took a dropper full that night. By the next morning I was coughing up all that mucus and breathing a whole lot better. I did this for a few days and got even better. It’s been about a week since that time and I feel good. I can breathe easier.

Years ago, I made the following formula. No one in my house got sick all winter long and during flu season. This anti-plague formula tastes awful, but it works better than anything I have ever tried. It takes a little work to make, but it will last a long time.

The scriptures say there is medicine in the leaves and this formula proves it. Here’s to your health.

Dr. Christopher’s Anti-Plague Formula

This is the original formula. However, the formula I used had no comfrey in it because I bought it. Comfrey was removed because the FDA decided it was no good for internal use so this plant was substituted with another. It still worked, but I have used this formula without any problems.

This formula takes at least 3 days to finish because the Garlic Juice has to sit for 3 days. Using 4 oz. as a part will make a little under a gallon. Plan on the following:


  • 8 parts apple cider vinegar – 32 oz.
  • 5 parts glycerin – 20 oz.
  • 5 parts honey – 20 oz.
  • 2 parts garlic juice, fresh – 8 oz
  • 2 parts comfrey root concentrate, use fresh if you have it – 8 oz.
  • 1 part wormwood concentrate – 4 oz.
  • 1 part lobelia leaf concentrate – 4 oz.
  • 1 part marshmallow root concentrate – 4 oz.
  • 1 part oak bark concentrate – 4 oz.
  • 1 part black walnut bark concentrate – 4 oz.
  • 1 part mullein leaf concentrate – 4 oz.
  • 1 part skullcap leaf concentrate – 4 oz.
  • 1 part uva ursi, hydrangea or gravel root concentrate – 4 oz.


  • Glass, Corning Ware, stainless steel, or whole porcelain cooking dishes. DO NOT USE ALUMINUM, TEFLON, OR CRACKED PORCELAIN.
  • Strainer
  • Dark glass jars to hold formula
  • Blender

To Make Garlic Juice:

  1. Peel 2½ lbs. of garlic and place in blender.
  2. Add vinegar to the garlic and blend. (Do not liquefy.)
  3. Pour into a glass jar and close it.
  4. Let it sit for 3 days, shaking several times per day.
  5. Squeeze out liquid and measure.  If needed add more vinegar to equal the 8 parts.

To Make Concentrates:

  1. Each concentrate should be made individually. Start by soaking the herb for four hours or more in enough distilled water to cover it completely. If it is a root herb, soak it overnight.
  2. After soaking, add more distilled water so that the total added equals 16 oz. (.5 liter) water per 4 oz. (113 grams) herb. Using these amounts, approximately one gallon (3.75 liters) of the formula will be produced. Use a multiple of these amounts for a larger quantity of the formula.
  3. Simmer the herb on very low heat in a covered pan or double boiler for thirty (30) minutes.
  4. Then strain the liquid into a clean pan.
  5. Put the liquid into a double boiler or on very low heat uncovered and simmer it down to one-fourth of the original volume (4 oz.)
  6. Only after all the ingredients have been prepared should the liquids be mixed and be sure they are all the same temperature. If you can’t make it all in the same day, refrigerate the concentrates until they are ready to mix.


  1. Mix everything together.
  2. Fill glass jars.
  3. Label jars with formula name, date made, and usage.
  4. Place in cool dark area.

Recommended Usage:

  • 1 tsp three times a day to maintain health.
  • 1 Tbsp every ½ hour if infected.


I am not a medical doctor. I do not advise people on which herbs to take. This information is for educational purposes only. You should always do more research than necessary.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.  These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.  Anyone suffering from disease or injury should consult with a physician.

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