Just last week I released an article on the coronavirus (coronavirus: the truth about the virus and what to do about it); Little did I know that we would have to treat my wife for it within the next few days.
This article is dedicated to those of you who experience symptoms of the coronavirus but can’t afford or just don’t want to get vaccinated for it, but desperately need help to get rid of it effectively, naturally and safely.
This information could, in fact, save you or your loved one’s life. And yes, even though other “professionals” are taking advantage of this time to make money off of people and charge them a high price for this kind of information, we’re giving it for free, because saving someone’s life is much more valuable than money.
This is how we treated my wife.
At the beginning of March, my wife started experiencing strange fever-like symptoms. At first, she didn’t think much of it, but then one night she suddenly came down with severe symptoms.
- Shortness of breath
- Pain and immense pressure when trying to breathe deeply
- Rapid and faint heart rate
- Aches and pains everywhere in her body
- Constant dripping in her throat
- Sore throat
- Pain when coughing
- Mucus in throat
- Blurry vision and pressure behind eyes
- Alterations between fever and chills
- Constant nauseousness and lack of appetite
To be honest, I had quite a fright that these symptoms occurred so suddenly and we knew it had to be the virus because it happened so suddenly and the symptoms were quite distinctive and very intense.
Testing for the coronavirus
The first thing most people want to do when they come down with severe symptoms, especially when there is a worldwide epidemic going on, is run to the doctor, get tested and get treated, right?
But what if I told you that most people are completely unaware of how inaccurate and ineffective these tests are?
How do I know this?
First, let’s discuss how they test, or at least try to test, for the virus. The coronavirus is a single strand RNA virus. So the researchers have to convert all RNA found in the blood (not exclusive to the coronavirus) into DNA with the Reverse Transcriptase (RT) enzyme.
Next, they have to double the DNA they created to detectible levels using PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) technology. Starting with one DNA strand, the strand is cleaved (split into two) and then complementary strands are allowed to grow, the same process that occurs in a cell during mitosis (cell division).
However, a major problem with this is that because PCR is an exponential (doubling) process, errors also grow exponentially.
Another problem is:
“When used as a test it does not produce a positive/negative result, but simply the number of cycles required to detect genetic material. The division between positive and negative is an arbitrary number of cycles chosen by the testers. If positive means infected and negative means uninfected, then there are cases of people going from infected to uninfected and back to infected again in a couple of days.”
And from the mouth of one of the researchers himself (R):
“We did not perform tests for detecting infectious virus in blood”
Another major hit to testing is that viruses are able to mutate rapidly. So once researchers have detected the virus’s RNA (if they even know which RNA belongs to which virus and which one is causing issues (which they don’t)) then the virus has already mutated and the vaccine is no longer specific to that “specific” virus.
From this article (R):
“There might be an association with elevated levels of RNA and illness, but that is not proof that the RNA is from a virus. Without purification and characterization of virus particles, it cannot be accepted that an RNA test is proof that a virus is present.”
This whole testing thing is a giant waste of time and money and is highly inaccurate. If you want to read more about the tests, the virus and the current cases, read this article, it’s very insightful.
Another snippet from that article:
“14% of discharged patients later tested positive, but with no relapse of symptoms. This is very difficult to explain if the test is for a virus, much easier to explain if the RNA that the test is looking for is not viral in origin.”
Even the people in the government and medicine arena know it’s…should I say…useless.
According to Dr. Deborah Birx, 47 to 50 percent of the test results are false positives and according to Wang Chen, president of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, the tests are only 30 to 50 percent.
And as Dr. Raymond Peat states in this interview:
“… huge proportion of all of our genes consists of retroviruses and during stress we emit these as possible part of curative system. … He wrote that around 1965, I think, and just in last 10 years or so, it’s now recognized that we are full of this tiny particles carrying RNA and DNA and proteins emitted under stress, aging and any sort of sickens and stress cause cells to emit particles that circulate, so that they could come out of the stressed tissue be carried in the blood to the bone marrow for example, and change cells in bone marrow so they are able to repair the injured cell, two-way communication of viral like particles, and since are our genome is full of this viral type particles, retroviruses, that’s a very plausible idea that viruses could originate from stress organisms. We know that epidemics originate in famines, wars and conditions to the stress organism. …stress causes retrovirus material to explode into the blood streams, so you can find it and sell a blood test for just about anything you can imagine.”
So basically what he’s saying is that if a person is stressed you can be tested positive for many viruses all at once, even if you’re not sick or “infected”. Stress can make you come down with almost any viral infection because stress suppresses the immune system.
I’m not trying to say you should get tested. I’m providing evidence to show that getting tested might not help much, if at all. If you have symptoms (even if you tested negatively), you know you have to do something about it and if you don’t have symptoms, you can still take precautionary steps.
But apart from all the inaccuracy and ineffectiveness, there’s really no good reason to get tested if all they’re going to do is give you “treatments that are often ineffective and have serious side effects, such as persistent neurologic deficit, joint replacements, scarring, pain and liver disease.” (R)
Also, if you don’t test positive, there’s a big chance you won’t receive treatment, even if you have the symptoms. However, the meds they use are dangerous and come with loads of detrimental side effects. This is mainly why we decided to go the natural route.
Why we didn’t do conventional treatment
If you do decide to go for conventional treatment, then you should be aware of the harmful pharmaceuticals they’ll be giving you for treatment. This usually includes the nucleoside analog antiviral drug Ribavirin (which causes red blood cell breakdown, anemia and mitochondrial toxicity), high doses corticosteroids (highly immunosuppressive and catabolic cortisol), invasive respiratory assistance and sometimes oseltamivir (which is toxic to the liver and heart), which is an antiviral against influenza A and influenza B.
Neither I nor my wife would use such harmful drugs or would appreciate being forced on such drugs, even in a “life-threating” condition (yes they can do it…to “save” your life).
Most drugs, and especially the drugs they use to treat coronavirus, are shown to be toxic to the gut and liver (as well as other organs). The cortisol they use to lower inflammation is highly catabolic to all tissue in the body, including the brain, lungs, kidney, thymus, thyroid, stomach, joints, eyes, etc., and will cause complications and degeneration at high doses.
As I mentioned in my other article on the coronavirus, progesterone has the same anti-inflammatory properties as cortisol, but is immunostimulatory and anabolic, instead of immunosuppressive and catabolic. So instead of taking cortisol, you can use progesterone instead. But PLEASE, not the “superior” progestins, as some doctors claim it to be (which can have anti-progesterone and estrogenic properties). Make sure to use the bio-identical progesterone (supplement link below).
What we used for treatment
All of the following supplements are proven by research to have potent antiviral properties and shown to lower inflammation. I have references for all of them in my previous article on the coronavirus.
Luckily we had a few very potent anti-inflammatory and antiviral supplements at hand, so when my wife started experiencing these symptoms, we immediately had her take:
- 1.5g niacinamide (not niacin)
- 60mg methylene blue
- 500mg aspirin
- 100mg vitamin B2
- 1.5g vitamin C
She also filled a bucket with boiling kettle water, added 10 drops of eucalyptus essential oil to the water, put her head over the bucket and put a towel over her head to inhale the steam/vapors. This loosens a lot of mucus and should help the lungs and nose to come clean, so be sure to have toilet paper and/or a sink nearby. As soon as the eucalyptus vapors fade (you don’t smell it anymore), you can add another 10 drops to inhale the warm vapors for at least a total of 5-10min.
Then she also took
- 8 drops eucalyptus oil in half a cup of water (this helps to kill any virus inside the stomach)
We then went to bed and I have to admit, prayer was also a part of the treatment.
The next morning her symptoms had plateaued and we gave her the above-mentioned stack again but took another 1.5g niacinamide at night (3g total that day).
The day after that, she started to feel much better and experienced regression in most of her symptoms. From there she just got better.
We used only those supplements because it’s what we had at hand at that time, but if we had the following our supplement stack would have also included:
- 1g inosine x3 daily
- 1 serving Lapodin
- 500mg Tulsi
- 500mg lactoferrin
It might seem like a hefty stack, but it will deliver a mother punch that will knock whatever is causing issues right out.
At the onset of symptoms, for the first 3 days, I would take:
- 10mg methylene blue x3 daily
- 1g vitamin C x3 daily
- 1g inosine x3 daily
- 1g niacinamide x3 daily
- 250mg lactoferrin x2 daily
- 100mg vitamin B2 in the morning
- 20mg progesterone in the morning or before bed (it can help with sleep) (A good product: Progestene, from Idealabs)
- 1 serving Lapodin x2 daily
- 1 tbsp coconut oil x3 daily
- 1tsp (6 caps) activated charcoal before bed, 1 hour after your last meal and when you last took your other supplements. I’d use this if I am experiencing gut disorders, such as diarrhea.
Also, I highly recommend considering eating easy digestible, anti-inflammatory foods, such as broth, milk (goat, camel, sheep or A2 cows milk), but avoid if you react negatively to it, and fruits (whole or freshly juiced).
If you are experiencing the coronavirus symptoms and don’t want to or can’t afford going for tests and treatment, please give this supplement protocol a try. I’m not saying you SHOULD use this protocol, but it’s without a doubt worth a try. It could save your life and many others. So if you do try it and you found that it worked, we would love to hear from you. Be sure to comment or send us an email. If you are a lady, you can email my wife at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave her a comment on her article.
Disclaimer: By no means do we claim to be a physician and by no means are we saying that you shouldn’t get tested or treated for the coronavirus if you wish to do so. This article is based on our own research and experience. The evidence speaks for itself.
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