Immune-Boosting

Immune-Boosting

If anything the pandemic has taught me the importance of natural herbs and supplements which can be very powerful. It has also taught me the about the incredible healing capacity of the body.  Here follow some scientific articles and some recommended blogs/links.

Immune-Boosting, Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory Food Supplements Targeting Pathogenesis of COVID-19

Systemic production of IFN-alpha by garlic (Allium sativum) in humans

 

 

Blog Spot

This is a very handy blog for information.

Health and Covid

Health and Covid

A number of articles about the health effects of Covid and possible treatments. This is very interesting because it shows that it has to do with the iron content and heme in the blood and this was from Doris Loh who is high up in the CDC.  This shows that even within the CDC there are people trying to do the right thing. Interestingly, Dr Kevin McCairn demonstrated live on his stream that a drop of vaccine desaturates the blood and it looses color.  It makes some people wonder if the enigmatic Covfefe. that Donald Trump tweeted was a typo or a message to do with Cov and the oxidation of Iron/ferritin (Fe Fe). Ferritin is a blood protein that contains iron. A ferritin test helps your doctor understand how much iron your body stores. If a ferritin test reveals that your blood ferritin level is lower than normal, it indicates your body’s iron stores are low and you have iron deficiency. As a result, you could be anemic.  The PDF link below is a protocol that Doris Loh herself posted on twitter, It has high vitamin C and melatonin.  At one point at the beginning of the pandemic some doctors were giving intravenous vitamin C as an antioxidant and then the establishment and media clamped down on it as they did with HCQ and IVM.  The only solution they offered was to wait until the mRNA vaccines were ready.  Not exactly a success story was it?

 

And then there is this which seems to confirm the role that Fe disruption plays in the pathology:

This protocol from Doris Loh is very good:

Dosage Recommendations for SARS-CoV-2 &Variants (Doris Loh)

Over the counter measures

Here are other over the counter supplements that are very helpful and they are backed up by scientific studies.   This is not quackery.  General immune health must be improved and shooting yourself full of instructions to produce virus spikes is not the way to do  it.

Retroviruses

Like all infections, the degree to which retroviruses affect us has a great deal to do with the state of our immune system. Thus, a healthy person has many retroviruses in their bodies but keeps them in a mostly inactive state that does not cause any symptoms.

https://drrandybaker.com/2018/09/16/retroviruses-and-chronic-illness-a-potentially-major-breakthrough/

They think they know it all…but what if the methylated mRNA they are introducing to manufacture S-protein triggers other retroviruses?

Fingers and Toes

Immune responses in extremities (fingers and toes) can be triggered by Covid (the so called “Covid toe”) but also by the  S-protein (vaccine or transfection).  I had problems with my toes going back at least two years which I put down to chilblains and used ice as a treatment to stop itch.  However, it seems that Covid (at least the Omicron) variant was circulating much earlier (undetected).

 


Many strange diseases of fingers and toes seem to be appearing probably related to blood flow issues and very delicate capillaries.   The point is that the S-protein can aggravate already underlying conditions and make them worse.

Inflamed fingers could be (I am no doctor) caused by an autoimmune response and inflamed capillaries (blood vessels).  This is a form of rheumatoid vasculitis but  it does not necessarily mean joint pain. Look what this says…an abnormally active immune system (instructing your cells to make spikes?)….the presence of other proteins in the blood  (free floating mRNA not encapsulated by the LNP?). In my view both covid and the vaccine (transfection) trigger inflammatory immune responses.  There appear to be many similarities between the inflammatory responses in atherosclerosis and those observed in rheumatoid arthritis (Pasceri V, Yeh ETH. A tale of two diseases: atherosclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis. Circulation. 1999; 100: 2124–2126.)

https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/13290-rheumatoid-vasculitis

The cause of rheumatoid vasculitis is not known. An abnormally active immune system (the body's defense system) appears to play an important role in blood vessel inflammation. Evidence linking the immune system to vasculitis includes:
  • High levels of rheumatoid factor
  • The presence of other proteins in the blood (called immune complexes)
  • Lower levels of proteins in the blood (called complement), which are used up when inflammation occurs.
  • The appearance of inflamed blood vessels under the microscope, which shows immune cells within the wall of the vessel.

My suggestion to combat this would be antibiotics for any secondary infections and high doses of Vitamin C and baby aspirin. Garlic inhibits inflammation and lipid accumulation in the early stage of atherosclerosis (so garlic oil tablets or fresh chopped garlic can be purchased in oil in most supermarkets). Coriander, Cinnamon and Ginger are also key anti-inflammatory supplements.  Cinnamon sticks can be purchased in the supermarket or as supplements and there are various types of tea which use these ingredients. So they can be either fresh or supplements or both and there is solid science behind the effectiveness of these spices.  And remember, whether you have joint pain or not the underlying condition of atherosclerosis is inflammation caused by autoimmunity.

Spices and Atherosclerosis

Another treatment I would consider is hot and cold to stimulate blood flow.  Hands or feet in hot water (as warm as you can bear it) causes Heat Shock Proteins to form.  When my feet swelled I took aspirin, garlic and had very hot baths and saw immediate improvements. Look what this article says about the protein  Heat Shock Factor One (HSF1).

 

Based on these results, it is tempting to hypothesize that the impairment in HSF1 activation may not only cause a disturbed protein homeostasis but also an uncontrolled inflammatory process. Unregulated inflammation in the CNS during aging might contribute to the pathogenesis of neuronal diseases. Therefore, restoration of the heat-shock response and the HSF1 activity may help to delay age-related changes in the brain.......

.....HSPs have been shown to be neuroprotective in many acute and chronic pathological conditions affecting the brain; therefore, they are considered as potential therapeutic targets....

....As molecular chaperones, the main role of HSPs is to suppress the aggregation of misfolded toxic proteins, which can explain their protective effects in protein-misfolding disorders, like AD or PD. HSPB1 and HSPB5 were found to bind to Aβ, inhibiting its fibril formation, therefore reducing its cytotoxic effect in cerebrovascular cell culture in vitro

https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fphar.2019.00920/full

Therefore, I would try hot water to stimulate HSP and alternate with cold to contract the vessels (but what do I know?).    The installation of a small home Sauna might be a good idea as it also relieves all sorts of aches and pains and helps the body sweat out toxins.