Covid and Long Covid treatment

Covid and Long Covid treatment

Many of these treatments have already been featured but is worth repeating because Covid is not going away and variants are being spread by the vaccinated who are shedding. So both the virus and vaccinating can have long term effects.  We are not talking about a cold or flu but neurological complications, cancers and heart disease.  This compilation comes from Spartacus but is similar to ones that I have posted before.

Severe COVID-19 = viral vascular endotheliitis with thromboinflammatory response. Neutrophils go out of control and you end up with NETosis, lipid peroxidation, sepsis, DAMP formation, etc., in a runaway feedback loop. The virus’s proteins promote amyloid-fibrin clot formation, and the lungs start loading up with microclots and suffering transient ischemia, which leads to ischemia-reperfusion-like injury of the vital organs (which upsets the redox balance of the blood vessels and the tissues, leading to lipid peroxidation, ferroptosis, et cetera). Here’s how to treat it at home:

  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin K
  • Zinc
  • NAC
  • Selenium
  • NMN
  • Glycine
  • Quercetin
  • Curcumin
  • Kutki Powder
  • Natto-Serra
  • Melatonin
  • Famotidine
  • Diphenhydramine

What do all of these things have in common? They are all potent antioxidants. Vitamin C is an antioxidant. Vitamin D draws excess calcium out of cells by activating Ca2+ ATPase , which has an antioxidant effect. Zinc is not just an antiviral (especially when paired with an ionophore like quercetin), it’s also an antioxidant, inhibiting NADPH oxidase. NAC and selenium are precursors to the glutathione and the selenocysteine molecules that are necessary to the functioning of glutathione peroxidases, which are arguably your cells’ primary defense mechanism against oxidative death. NMN acts as a NAD precursor, preventing parthanatos. Glycine is also crucial in glutathione synthesis. Quercetin is a powerful antioxidant and augments the effect of zinc. It’s also anti-amyloid. Curcumin is a plant polyphenol and a powerful antioxidant, and is one of the main compounds found in turmeric. Kutki powder, made from the picrorhiza kurroa root, is rich in apocynin, an extremely potent antioxidant closely related to vanillin that inhibits myeloperoxidase without harming the ability of neutrophils to engage in phagocytosis. Nattokinase and serrapeptase are potent fibrinolytic enzymes that help break down amyloid-fibrin clots. Nattokinase also has known antioxidant effects. Melatonin is an antioxidant. Famotidine and diphenhydramine (Pepcid and Benadryl) are also antioxidants and inhibitors of ferroptosis.

This is supported by peer-reviewed papers. As a matter of fact, redox modulation should be the first-line treatment for any COVID-19 case.

Why isn’t it?

This from Walter Chestnut:

Other factors which influence autophagy are acute heat exposure, as one would experience in a sauna, flavonoid consumption, phenolic compounds, and coffee. Resveratrol can also induce fasting, as it acts as a protein restriction mimetic, and metformin, a diabetes medication, can influence autophagy signaling. Surprisingly, cold exposure, in addition to heat exposure, also increases autophagy. Hyperbaric oxygen and ozone therapy may also stimulate autophagy.

Vitamin C protection in long COVID? – # 91 🚨💥 EXCLUSIVE VIDEO LINK BELOW 💥🚨(17 min)





The following are my observations (I am not a doctor, but then which doctors can you trust nowadays?).

Life is about balance and moderation.  Too much of anything is not a good thing.  It is extremely important to look after your immune system especially as they are deliberately trying to make us sick.

Vitamin D is now being heavily pushed as preventing Covid but Vitamin D is a multifunctional hormone that can lead to calcification if taken inappropriately. Here is Dr John Campbell promoting vitamin D.

Vitamin D, now conclusive (14 min)

I was taking Vitamin D at a high dosage as a prophylactic then (due to a high calcium blood-test level) I started taking it together with K2-MK7   I no longer take D as a prophylactic (daily dose) and never without K2-MK7.  I get plenty of sun and if anything solar radiation is increasing (UV etc) as we undergo magnetic excursion.  So, I might pop one if I feel something coming on.  See my other articles under the health tab on vitamin D (To D or not to D). D acts as an immune suppressant which helps with autoimmune or cytokine storm but the key word here is balance. Vitamin D is a multifunctional hormone that can affect many essential biological functions, ranging from the immune regulation to mineral ion metabolism. A close association between altered activity of vitamin D and vascular calcification has been reported in various human diseases, including in patients with atherosclerosis, osteoporosis, and chronic kidney disease (CKD).

Same with Zinc, Quercetin and  Bromelain, namely balance is the key word.  I no longer take them as prophylactic but  only when I think I might have been compromised or feel the onset of something (we are all becoming hypochondriacs).  Never take Quercetin  together with Ivermectin or with Digoxin (better known as Digitalis, used to treat cardiovascular disease). Zinc is an ionophore but remember that it is a trace element.

We eat (homemade) Natto if we suspect something. Not only does it degrade Spike Protein but it is very good at preventing cardiovascular disease.

Nattokinase + spike:…


We stopped taking Sambucol (Elderberry):

We take massive doses of high strength Vitamin C if we feel something coming on. And of course there is NAC.

Destroying spike 2: N-acetyl Cysteine – COVID-19 vaccines update 76 (15 min)

NAC and spike:… NAC fails:… NAC and clotting:…


The key word is balance (even with supplements).  We grow our own veg now and have fresh eggs from our chickens.  We know they are super-fresh and organic. I have even made dandelion tea from the “weed” purposefully grown in our garden. Also growing Nettles and Burdock along with Echinacea which has antiviral properties  but I hear that can cause anaphylaxis.   We also make our own Natto and I make Kambucha from Green Tea (a super food) and our own Kefir milk.   It all seems to be working for now.

However, my main recommendation (which I struggle with) is to cut out the carbs and sugar as much as possible and do intermittent fasting to detox and kick start the keto pathways. On the days when you fast take no supplements. And of course exercise (walking). Long story short.  Let your body heal itself. Practice balance.  Get fresh air and enough sleep. Sleep is very important (I really need to start following my own advice it is pretty good – lolz).

This from Walter:

LSD and Covid (Part 2)

LSD and Covid (Part 2)

LSD stands for Lysosomal Storage Disorders and the first part can be found hereThe disorder is otherwise known as Fabry disease and although the lysosome is a separate organelle it’s signalling pathways connect to the mitochondria.

The Dichotomous Role of Inflammation in the CNS: A Mitochondrial Point of View

The main causes of NLRP3 inflammasome activation in ischemic conditions are ascribable to mitochondria dysfunction, as abnormal Ca2+ influx, ROS production, mitochondrial membrane permeabilization with the consequent release of DAMPs and mtDNA, all conditions that are tightly linked one to the other (Figure 3). Within minutes, OGD affects mitochondria functions leading to a strong reduction of OXPHOS and therefore of ATP synthesis. Neurons in the infarct core fail to compensate the ATP cell request leading to a bust of the Na+/K+ ATPase pump [185,192]. This results in neuronal membrane depolarization accompanied by an extreme release of glutamate in the extracellular space finally leading to neurons loss [193]. Glutamate is an important excitatory neurotransmitter, which binds several types of receptors such as N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor, a-amino-3-hydroxy-5-methyl-4-isoxazolepropionic acid receptor and kainate receptor [194]. Although these receptors originally were thought to be exclusive to neurons, several studies revealed their functional expression also on glial cells [195,196]. The excessive amount of glutamate after stroke leads to a hyperactivation of these receptors promoting a strong influx of Ca2+ into the cells [197,198,199]. Mitochondria are the crucial players in regulating cytosolic Ca2+ levels [200], thus the massive accumulation of cytosolic Ca2+ results into the activation of the mitochondria calcium uniporter (MCU) leading to mitochondrial depolarization, which in turn drives NLRP3 inflammasome activation and the consequently IL-1β release [201]. Consistently, it has been found that in response to the activation of NMDA receptors, MCU overexpression increases mitochondrial Ca2+ levels and provokes mitochondrial membrane depolarization. Inversely, genetic knockdown of MCU reduces the NMDA-induced increase in mitochondrial Ca2+ followed by lower levels of mitochondrial depolarization [202]. In line with these findings, in focal cerebral ischemia rat models, the early stages of cerebral ischemia are characterized by an upregulation of the mitochondrial calcium uptake 1 (MICU1) a crucial regulator of MCU [203]. Interestingly this occurs in the acute phase of IS right when the inflammatory response takes place [204,205,206]. To corroborate the role of Ca2+ in mitochondria dysfunction-induced inflammation, it has been shown that NLRP3 inflammasome activation is reduced following the inhibition of extracellular Ca2+ entry or the depletion of Ca2+ stores in the ER [207]. Albeit K+ efflux, a common NLRP3 inducer [208], has been proposed to be upstream of the Ca2+-induced NLRP3 inflammasome activation, thus indicating that high levels of extracellular K+ abolish NLRP3 activation [209], the crucial contribution of mitochondrial Ca2+ overload in sustaining inflammasome activation following IS and IR is not excluded.

I found this infomercial  promoting a supplement for nerve regeneration and thought it was very good so I cut it into segments and placed the links in the tweets. I was already using N-acetylcysteine (NAC) and had ordered Niacin and α-lipoic acid (A-ALA) and R-lipoic acid (R-ALA) which I have just started taking.  The one thing that seems to work across all the mitochondrial diseases is  Co-enzyme 10 (CoQ10) which I just bought today.


This Review (see page 15) more or less confirms what the infomercial said. These are the supplements mentioned (some are still being trialed).

Co-enzyme 10 (CoQ10)
CoQ10 analogue, idebenone
N-acetylcysteine (NAC)
α-lipoic acid (A-ALA)
R-lipoic acid (R-ALA)
Genistein, a natural isoflavone
synthetic quinone, EPI-743
Thiamine (vitamin B1)
Elamipretide is an aromatic cationic tetrapeptide

Some of the synthetics (EP-743) mentioned above:

Many of these compounds can be found in natural food. Trehalose is found in Mushrooms, yeast, honey, and shellfish all contain trehalose but their combined dietary contribution is low in comparison to added sugars in processed foods. They have started adding it to food which causes other problems. The other compounds increased the reporter activity of GAL4-PGC-1β: Genistein, daidzein, and resveratrols stimulate PGC-1β-mediated gene expression. They can be found in high soy products dark chocolate and red wine. Let food be your medicine.

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The way forward is eating healthy and walking more and experimenting with the different supplements that boost mitochondrial health.  Intermittent fasting is also good. Meditation and positive thinking. Everything is in the hands of the Almighty and remember this…. your ancestors whose defects you inherited walked  this earth for generations.  They lived, built homes, had children and died.  We  are more than a collection of genes and our destiny through grace is eternal life.


Notification: Venom

Notification: Venom

In light of the article below we remind everyone that we have stated for months that people need high Vitamin C, Nicotine (lozenges) and NAC (among the other supplements we recommended).  This will stop the  acetylcholine receptors binding to toxic epitopes and stop inflammation.

NAC and more

NAC and more

We took NAC as a supplement when we suspected that we had Covid/Omricon and it definitely helps lung infections etc. In other news my feet continue to improve.  Started a fasting regime (see article on NAD+) upped my C (high strength) and reduced my D.  I have ordered vitamin K to go with the D and R-ALA and B3 should see more improvements soon.  Tinnitus and feet swelling, numbness etc seem to be related to long covid but are also the result of vaccine (transfection) injury  (we are not vaccinated). In general our health has been good with the odd complaint  but we are improving and taking prophylactic measures. Everyone needs to take responsibility for themselves and their families.  The medical establishment has lost our trust.  Remember when the CDC banned intravenous Vitamin C as a covid treatment?

NAC VS Glutathione Plus New Potential Heart Health Benefits (Vasodilation + More) 12 min

  • 0:00 Intro
  • 0:44 New paper
  • 1:07 what NAC does in the body
  • 1:44 Infection raise free radicals in the body
  • 2:26 Clotting
  • 3:08 D-dimer
  • 4:40 Dose to consider
  • 5:15 Glycine and sleep
  • 6:00 NAC Dosing
  • 8:00 GGT and Glutathione testing
  • 9:50 Oral glutathione


The importance of vitamin D should not be underestimated especially in combination with Magnesium but K helps with the calcium leaching problem.

Mitochondrial Health

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Herbals and More

Herbals and More

Here is a very good compilation of foods and supplements with links to scientific articles for maintaining immune health and combating both Covid and vaccine (transfection) effects (thanks to MainPain from the McCairn Dojo).


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Calcium problems?

The reason that I am interested in this is because I am having trouble with swelling of the legs and problems with my feet now sometimes feeling like pins and needles or going numb.  Of course I was checked for dimer and scanned for clots. None present. I have checked for diabetes (urine test) nothing.  I did a blood test tonight (my son has type 1) and my level was 5.9.   Went for a second blood test months ago and they said my calcium was high. To be honest I am done with doctors..unless I really, really get desperate (lost all confidence in the medical establishment).   I think that I have had Covid (and Omicron) and this might be a side-effect.  Then I came across this by Walter:



That seems worrying to me as it might explain the high calcium levels. I already take magnesium for leg cramps etc.   Then I came across this which others might find helpful.


So I ordered some R-ALA and B3 from this website which has been pretty good in the past (not being paid to plug but they are pretty good if you live in Australia: Piping Rock). My strategy will be weight loss and more walking and healthier eating.  I think I might have a fast tomorrow and take no supplements.  Let my system detox completely.  Also hot baths (stimulating heat shock proteins).  Think I need to alternate with cold (ice) for stimulating circulation (thanks MainPain). For the record I am now 107.6 kg but still too fat (lost 5kg already).  So, will keep you updated and if I need to keep recording my weight that might motivate more.  The coming hunger games should fix any weight problems.   Sorry for boring you.  It is like when I used to visit my grandma and listen to her recite all her ailments for the next two hours (lolz).   In any case the moral of this story is obvious….in these perilous times we are all responsible for our own health and the health of our friends and family.



Health Solutions

Health Solutions

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

To stop exosomal redistribution some easily accessible exosome inhibitors are omeprazole, esomeprazol, cannabidiol and simvastatin

You could always try magic mushrooms.