Covid is not just a respiratory disease. It has become quite clear that Covid (and also the vaccines) can cause cardio vascular damage.
Dr Rochagné Kilian – Blowing the Whistle on Covid-19 Vaccines and D-Dimer Levels (9 min)
This is a summary of a number of tweets discussing treatments etc. I have used all these (and individually researched them) and I know they help:
Quercetin and NAC will help bind and destabilise any circulating or membrane bound spike Glycine and Selenium will work with NAC to boost Glutathione and clear out ROS B3,Quercetin will recover NAD+ and help block spike integrin reactions Vitamin D, Zn, Quercetin would be useful to keep TGF-b low Vitamin D to help reduce autoimmune risk. Wouldn't normally take aspirin and serrapeptase together.. but in this case I might personally take a baby aspirin for P53 support and a lower dose of serrapeptase. And Loratadine ivm is great for the virus.. but for the vax id personally say Querticin & NAC would be more efficient binding & disrupting spike Liposomal curcumin and Doxycycline might be useful to protect against neurological damage controlling TNFα, IL6. HCQ would block humoral and humoral memory recall responses mitigating ADE, AOS, and autoimmune risks
Always been my thought. HCQ is the key to preventing spike injury…
— Jikky Kjj 🐭 (@JikkyKjj) January 29, 2022
To stop exosomal redistribution some easily accessible exosome inhibitors are omeprazole, esomeprazol, cannabidiol and simvastatin
Our study found vitamin D deficiency a high-risk factor for severe COVID-19 hospitalization, with 97% vitamin D deficient.
Evidence of HCQ, AZM, and zinc, vitamin C being safe and effective in treatment.https://t.co/KFxPTBinn3
— UNACCEPTABLESurfsUpBri (@SurfsUpBri) January 31, 2022
You could always try magic mushrooms.