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.

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The vitamin D debate

The vitamin D debate

It has been a while since I did a  health article. I have so much material to sort through. This one is important because vitamin D is being pushed as a prophylactic for Covid and it is not a vitamin but a master hormone and an immune suppressant which might be OK if your system is being pushed into cytokine storm or auto-immunity but on the flip side it could mask symptoms of other chronic diseases.   Some  even think that D is deliberately being pushed to make us more vulnerable.

I have already written an article To D or not to D in which I examined the question but some new videos have appeared so make your own mind up.   As for me my feet have seen huge improvements and my health is OK but I need to do more fasting and lose weight.  As far as D is concerned I am hedging my bets. I no longer take it as a prophylactic but only when I feel something coming on (usually my toes start going red and bad guts) and then I always take it together with Vitamin K2 MK-7.    I look at it this way…we make D under influence of sunlight on our skin so like everything we need to practice moderation.

When I get around to it I have something to post on elderberry (Sumbuco) as source of Vitamin C.   Stop using it and substitute with ordinary vitamin C.  Also, quercetin is very effective but don’t use it as a long term prophylactic.  More on all this when I find time.

Make up your own mind but the key word is moderation

As the D debate rages on the Raccoon server I say make your own mind up. A nefarious plot to kill us all or a miracle cure. I think the truth lies somewhere in-between. My strategy seems to be working for me but I really believe that intermittent fast days without any supplements or food are a good thing.




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