Spike Protein Treatment Guidelines are a-changing
With so many Long haul and vaccine adverse reactions going on and moderating of the actions of drugs that have been working so well this far I have come up with a set of new protocols that have helped quite a few people. I personally have suffered greatly from Chikugunya virus that I aquired while attending a funeral in India 6 years ago. From Migrating Polyarthritis to life threatening Atrial Fibrillation I’ve been through a lot and so find myself in a unique position to help very many. I’ve done that for about 60 people so far.
Here is my brainstorm which I will use to guide my notes below. You are welcome to contact me to talk on phone if you have any symptoms that you think might be related to Long Covid or a vaccine reaction. MCAS – Mast Cell Activation Syndrome is still being ignored by most medical professionals so don’t expect help from the hospitals or individual doctors. It is dismaying in the extreme that most doctors I know think that POTS – Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome is a psychosomatic illness that they just toss out of their thiking calling it – ‘anxiety’. My best friend took his own life due to POTS destroying his flying career, relationship to his girlfriend and his livelihood. This is NOT JUST ANXIETY folks.
Educate yourselves and build your own protocols and get the drugs/exercise/nutrition you need on your own – no one is going to help you do this (except me) and the longer you let the symptoms ride the worse things are going to be down the line.
Detailed explanation follows below and more in due course.
Ivermectin is not working so well any more – granted this is in a few cases only but it is appearing more and more. Glutathione (HealthyU KSh 4000/- for 60 tabs, 250mg each) and other health shops – no pharmacy/prescription needed), is the replacement that is doing extremely well. 1 capsule twice a day. Add another antiparasitic that contiues to work as well as ivermectin – nitozoxanide (pharmacy – KSh 460/- for 6 tabs, 500mg each). Most pharmacies in Nairobi will let you have this without a prescription because – as with Ivermectin – billions of doses have been prescribed over more than 20 years and there have never been any adverse reactions. Take 1 capsule – 500mg – once a day for 3 days.
Low dose Naltrexone (LDN) – an opioid inhibitor (prescription needed) is a new mainstay helping to alleviate the shakes, tremors and even achieves a complete alleviation of symptoms in many mast cell activation syndrome victims. It’s extremely expensive at KSh 17,185.00 per 28, 50mg tabs which need to be taken as 1/10 tab per day (5mg) in this use case here so talk to me before you spend such money. Given what you’d be going through if you’re looking for an MCAS treatment I’m sure this heavy price tag won’t phase you in the least. Still will We can come up with a protocol that avoids this expense until we’ve tried other more cost effective protocols to see if a cure of your symptoms results from the other supplements/drugs herein and go to LDN if all else fails. That said it does work EXTREMELY well!
Here is a paper on this topic — https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3962576/
The abstract from this paper (link above) summarises very well what it’s about:
Low-dose naltrexone (LDN) has been demonstrated to reduce symptom severity in conditions such as fibromyalgia, Crohn’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and complex regional pain syndrome. We review the evidence that LDN may operate as a novel anti-inflammatory agent in the central nervous system, via action on microglial cells. These effects may be unique to low dosages of naltrexone and appear to be entirely independent from naltrexone’s better-known activity on opioid receptors. As a daily oral therapy, LDN is inexpensive and well-tolerated. Despite initial promise of efficacy, the use of LDN for chronic disorders is still highly experimental. Published trials have low sample sizes, and few replications have been performed. We cover the typical usage of LDN in clinical trials, caveats to using the medication, and recommendations for future research and clinical work. LDN may represent one of the first glial cell modulators to be used for the management of chronic pain disorders.
This only thing that is incorrect for our setting here in Kenya is the claim the authors make that LDN is a cost effective therapy. IT IS NOT IN KENYA. You can easily end up spending KSh. 30,000 (thirty thousand!) on a box of 28 tabs. That said – I have found it to work EXTREMELY WELL.
Monolaurin – continues to be a key componenent of treatment. I have been giving it as 2 teaspoons of coconut oil twice a day. Works really well, is cheap and you can get it anywhere. Kentaste coconut oil is the most tasty of all the brands commonly available in Kenya (KSh 1250/- per 500ml bottle at Carrefour).
Keep up Quercetin (500mg once a day), Reservetrol (500mg once a day), Vitamin C + Zinc (+ boron if you can get that combination), Probiotics (you can enhance these with Sodium Butyrate if you want an even stronger effect and to push your gut to normality even faster after all these antibiotics we’ve had to take in the past 2 years), Vitamin D – get at least 20 minutes a day in full noon-day sun (if you can’t/won’t get sun then at least get a 100,000IU loading dose (injectable Vit.D – break the ampoule and spread the liquid on a non-carb food (say a piece of beef (least antihistaminic food on our planet now) and eat the meat – raw if you can but cooked BEFORE you put the Vit.D on it) if you like.
Check your blood iron levels (simple oupatient test that many pharmacies can do). Small prick if your finger similar to doing a blood sugar test. Low iron is indicative of mitochondrial damage by the spike protein whether from Covid infection itself or from the vaccine (take 5mg melatonin X2 per week for this).
Remember that high insulin levels deplete Magnesium in the blood. So if you have metablic syndrome – get that sorted out ASAP AND add some Magnesium to your food. In any case you should be working hard at fixing your metabolic syndrome if you have it (Google metabolic syndrome criteria or ask ChatGPT to fact check your own health status) – as metabolic syndrome is a compounding factor in Covid going forrward to the new variants that are now endemic among us as expected since the H5N1 coronovirus pandemic of 2003.
EBV – Eppstein Barr Virus – activation is becoming a problem that I’m hearing about more and more often. Reactivated Shingles, persistent low grade coughing, low grade fevers, headaches, persistent low energy states and tiredness. All these are cropping up more and more often. The spike protein is causing more than 200 symptoms to appear out of nowhere.
Treat this NOW!