[A] study published at the NIH’s online library on Oct. 14, 2014 makes a case for therapeutic administration of the commonly used sleep aid ‘melatonin’ as an adjunct in cases of Ebola Virus Disease. The study implies that this inexpensive hormone, which is naturally made by the pineal gland and helps us sleep (both REM and non-REM) might also protect endothelial disruption, intravascular coagulation, and organ hemorrhage. So stock up melatonin now!
Read the study via PubMed: Ebola virus disease: potential use of melatonin as a treatment. – PubMed – NCBI.