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.
This from the Discord server (thanks to MainPain). Melatonin seems to help prevent the virus doing brain damage which is a long term consequence (no matter how mild the infection). I have a very good supplement site that I use (PipingRock) but even-though they have melatonin as a supplement they do not allow dispatch in Australia. It is used to treat jet-lag and some sleep problems. So I am ringing my doctor to see if I can get some for my “sleep problem” as I don’t want sleeping tablets. Don’t tell them you want it in relation to Covid because you will not get it.
Melatonin found to inhibit SARS-CoV-2 entry into mice brains https://www.news-medical.net/news/20220106/Melatonin-found-to-inhibit-SARS-CoV-2-entry-into-mice-brains.aspx Study Shows That Melatonin Based Drugs Inhibit SARS-Cov-2 Entry Into The Brain And Prevent Damage Of Cerebral Vessels. Might Be Good For Long-COVID Jan 04, 2022 https://www.thailandmedical.news/news/study-shows-that-melatonin-based-drugs-inhibit-sars-cov-2-entry-into-the-brain-and-prevent-damage-of-cerebral-vessels-might-be-good-for-long-covid SVENNIEBOY: “Yeah, saw that one, it’s pretty interesting considering tryptophan is a precursor to serotonin and in turn serotonin is the precursor to melatonin Tryptophan could technically still help since the melatonin might be helping because the natural amount is reduced with the reduction of tryptophan. Because tryptophan is the precursor to serotonin and serotonin in turn is the precursor to melatonin so reduce tryptophan (like the virus does…) and yeah, melatonin would be deficient and thus be helpful to take But it could also help through tryptophan since the body could theoretically make more melatonin itself from it.” Treatment of Ebola and other infectious diseases: melatonin “goes viral” Feb 21, 2020 http://www.melatonin-research.net/index.php/MR/article/view/71/493
Link to the Pdf on Ivermectin and treatments https://covid19criticalcare.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/FLCCC-Alliance-I-MASKplus-Protocol-ENGLISH.pdf FLCCC : Ivermectin + Supplements Better Than COVID-19 Vaccines Jun 01, 2021 https://www.techarp.com/science/ivermectin-covid-19-vaccines/ For prevention of COVID-19, Dr. Paul Marik is recommending that we take these medication :
- Ivermectin : 0.2 mg/kg on day 1, day 3 and then every 4 weeks
- Vitamin D3 : 1,000 to 3,000 IU every day
- Vitamin C : 2,000 mg every day
- Quercetin : 250 mg every day Zinc : 50 mg every day
- Melatonin : 6 mg every night
For early treatment of COVID-19, the doses go way up :
- Ivermectin : 0.2 mg/kg on day 1 and day 3
- Vitamin D3 : 4,000 IU every day
- Vitamin C : 4,000 to 6,000 mg every day
- Quercetin : 500 mg every day
- Zinc : 100 mg every day
- Melatonin : 10 mg every night
- Aspirin : 325 mg every day
Stocking your Medicine cabinet
We often put up articles on supplements or health etc and we have been pretty spot on. However we are not offering health or medical advice just information. Everyone is different and everyone has different medical needs. There is no such thing as one size fits all. We are all genetically different, Some people may be allergic or have an underlying pathology that they are not even aware of. Moreover, some drugs (or supplements) may interact.
Just like you need to stock your food, you should also stock medicine. As far as the corporate and government is concerned the only thing you need is a jab. At some stage they will probably make it more difficult to obtain prophylactic or alternative treatments. They are already doing it for HCQ and IVM. One thing I forgot to add to the list below is nicotine lozenges (or patches). And to think I gave up smoking when it is so good for you (loloz):
The smoker’s paradox during the COVID-19 pandemic? The influence of smoking and vaping on the incidence and course of SARS-CoV-2 virus infection as well as possibility of using nicotine in the treatment of COVID-19 – Review of the literature
Here is what I am putting in my medicine cabinet