Molnupiravir Vs. Vitamin D

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Molnupiravir Vs. Vitamin D

Our health and welfare is under attack.  It is incumbent on you that you look after yourself and your family.  Stock up on supplements and food and start growing your own garden.  Keep some chickens.  Don’t take their mutagenic drugs or vaccines (transfections).

Molnupiravir: Merck’s New Anti-Covid Medication is Worse Than You Thought (21 min)

Last month pharmaceutical giant Merck has submitted their new drug Molnupiravir to the FDA for emergency approval ‘because Covid’. Most people thought this would be an ivermectin knock-off that would get approved and get all the glory ivermectin should have been getting all along. But it’s not that. It’s worse. Much worse.

Far from being a simple anti-viral like its predecessors, Molnupiravir works by incorporating itself into the genetic material of viruses, and then causing a huge number of mutations as the virus replicates, effectively killing it. That’s all well and good, but how do they keep the drug from doing the same thing to human cells?

The early news on the drug shows that they don’t – at least not effectively. In some lab tests, the drug has also shown the ability to integrate into the genetic material of mammalian cells, causing mutations as those cells replicate. This means the drug could cause cancer and birth defects.

Join us on this episode of Objective:Health as we explore the information out there on this no-doubt future blockbuster for Merck.

 

Instead of that junk take vitamin D (with K)

Vitamin D, government inaction (11 min)

Dr John Campbell:

COVID-19 Mortality Risk Correlates Inversely with Vitamin D3 Status, a Mortality Rate Close to Zero Could Theoretically Be Achieved at 50 ng/mL 25(OH)D3: (125 nmol/L)

Results of a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/13/10/… Blood calcifediol (25(OH)D3) levels correlate strongly with SARS-CoV-2 infection severity Cause or effect? Strength of our immune system, More or less neglected by the responsible authorities Nutrition, physical fitness, recreation, sleep Widespread vitamin D deficiency Data collected March 2021 Methods Systematic literature search Retrospective cohort studies (1) Clinical studies (7) on COVID-19 mortality rates versus D3 blood levels Reported D3 blood levels pre-infection or on the day of hospital admission Mortality rates, corrected for age, sex, and diabetes Results Negative Pearson correlation of D3 levels and mortality risk r = −0.4154, p = 0.0770 r = −0.4886, p = 0.0646 Combined data Median D3 levels were 23.2 ng/mL (58 nmol/L) Pearson correlation = −0.3989, p = 0.0194 Regression suggested a theoretical point of zero mortality at approximately 50 ng/mL (125 nmol/L) D3 Conclusions The datasets provide strong evidence that low D3 is a predictor rather than just a side effect of the infection. Despite ongoing vaccinations, we recommend raising serum 25(OH)D levels to above 50 ng/mL