We HAVE the treatment for the Ebola virus

Use Prunella vulgaris, whose anti viral effect against Ebola has been demonstrated :

Antiviral Res. 2016 Mar;127:20-31. doi: 10.1016/j.antiviral.2016.01.001. Epub 2016 Jan 9.

Characterization of the inhibitory effect of an extract of Prunella vulgaris on Ebola virus glycoprotein (GP)-mediated virus entry and infection.

“Overall, this study provides evidence that CHPV has anti-EBOV activity and may be developed as a novel antiviral approach against EBOV infection.”

The results that are presented are unbelievably efficient. There are many plants that have proven antiviral properties. This study centered on a particular one demonstrates its success. Many plants similar to Prunella vulgaris have also known antiviral properties (Salvia officinalis for instance).
To demultiplicate the effects, it should be possible to use cannabidiol or even cannabis oil as it has itself some antiviral properties (as well as well known antibacterial / anti mycobacterial properties – I used it myself to cure a beginning of Lyme disease yesterday after tick bite and harshness in my leg) and increases the cinetics of a drug in the body because it inhibits the cytochrome P450 (which is actually why you should never mix cannabinoids with opioids such as morphin and codein).
Terpens from cannabis also have known antiviral activity and could be a good additive. (Terpens are not present in most CBD oils)

Terpenes: substances useful in human healthcare.

Abstract

Terpenes are naturally occurring substances produced by a wide variety of plants and animals. A broad range of the biological properties of terpenoids is described, including cancer chemopreventive effects, antimicrobial, antifungal, antiviral, antihyperglycemic, anti-inflammatory, and antiparasitic activities. Terpenes are also presented as skin penetration enhancers and agents involved in the prevention and therapy of several inflammatory diseases. Moreover, a potential mechanism of their action against pathogens and their influence on skin permeability are discussed. The major conclusion is that larger-scale use of terpenoids in modern medicine should be taken into consideration.