Apple cranberry juice has been a staple in the United States for centuries.
It is an integral part of our diets, and many people rely on the juice to help treat or prevent their ailments.
However, with the release of the Zika virus, the United Nations is warning that Americans need to take extra care to protect themselves and their loved ones.
Apple cranberry jam has been around for decades, and is considered one of the safest foods on the planet.
It contains a natural antimicrobial ingredient that is capable of killing the most infectious pathogens.
The juice can be used to treat mild to moderate viral infections, and in rare cases can be administered directly to the eye.
It is also a good source of antioxidants that may help lower the risk of eye damage caused by the virus.
According to Dr. Michael J. Coogan, a professor of medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, Apple cranberries are a good treatment for mild or moderate viral infection.
“Apple cranberries have been shown to have a protective effect against viral infections and may be particularly beneficial for the eye,” he told FourFourtwo.
“It has also been shown that it may help to lower the severity of eye infections.”
Coogan said Apple cranbery juice is also ideal for treating a range of eye conditions.
“For mild to severe viral infections it is best to use a single dose,” he explained.
“For severe viral infection, if you are already taking medication or other treatments, then you might need to wait a few weeks before using a second dose.”
Apple cranberry jam is not a full-blown vaccine, and cannot be used on all patients with the virus, but Coogan said it is a good starting point for those who are at higher risk.
“If you are at high risk, you should consider using a full dose of Apple cranberries, or other products containing the apple,” he said.
“It is important to be aware that while Apple cran berries can be effective for treating viral infections in some cases, in many cases, they can be harmful to the eyes.”
According to the CDC, there are approximately 20 million cases of Zika virus infection in the US and more than 1.4 million deaths.
However many people are unaware of the health risks associated with using Apple cranBerry juice or other cranberry products.
“You should never use apple cranberries to treat Zika, because of the potential risks,” Coogan advised.
“You should also avoid eating Apple cranby products or products containing apple juice.”