Larry A. Law
Dr. Bruce Patterson at the International COVID Summit in Rome, September 12-14, 2021, stated "individuals who've had significant COVID illness, 15 months later the s1 segment of the spike protein is recoverable from human monocytes [white blood cells]...That means the body literally has been sprayed with the virus and it spends 15 months, in a sense, trying to clean out the spike protein from our tissues. No wonder people have long COVID syndrome."
Dr. Peter McCullough, a board-certified internist and cardiologist, says if you have a severe case of COVID, blood clots and heart problems can be a concern for 90 days or more. If the symptoms include major shortness of breath, coughing with blood or pain on one side when you take a deep breath, it could be due to a late pulmonary embolism or blood clotting in the lungs. A CT scan, a D-dimer test, or a C-reactive protein (CRP) test can be used to identify inflammation and blood clots. If a blood clot is found, Dr. McCullough puts his patients on oral blood thinners and uses full-dose aspirin (325 milligrams a day) for 3 to 6 months. Dr. Joseph Mercola says digestive fibrinolytic enzymes like lumbrokinase and serrapeptase can be used as an alternative to aspirin.
Besides concerns about blood clots, heart problems like pericarditis (inflammation around the lining of the heart) and pleuritis (inflammation around the lining of the lungs) can occur in long-haul COVID. There is a real risk for heart attacks in these cases. Dr. McCullough prescribes steroids and colchicine, an anti-inflammatory drug commonly used for gout, to treat these cases.
Research by Dr. Sabine Hazan shows that gut health (your microbiome) plays a critical role. Bifidobacterium is among the leading bacteria that appears to effectively fight COVID-19. The virus "collects in your nose and mouth, and as you swallow it's introduced to your GI tract." Research by Li Tongzeng, deputy director of Respiratory and Infectious Diseases at Beijing You An Hospital says COVID-19 survives longer in the GI tract than the respiratory tract. So, a healthy gut supported by eating a clean diet, avoiding antibiotics and processed foods, adding fermented foods and a high-quality probiotic are essential. In addition supplementing with vitamin C, vitamin D, glutathione, and N-acetylcysteine (NAC) are very helpful. For information on how to avoid synthetic vitamins and inorganic minerals, see my book, second section. If you would like to know our opinion for plant-sourced, vetted supplement resources, send us an email here as we're happy to help take the guess work out of that!
Shot-induced syndrome falls into four categories: cardiac, neurologic, immunologic, and hematologic.
Cardiac: Mycocarditis in natural COVID-19 cases is mild (virutally inconsequential). It is far more serious from a shot. Dr. McCullough says, "A child is more likely to be hospitalized with myocarditis after a Pfizer or Moderna shot than actually being hospitalized with COVID-19...the lipid nanoparticles [in the vaccine] actually go right into the heart, the heart expresses the spike protein, the body attacks the heart. There are dramatic EKG changes. The troponin, the blood test for heart injury with the vaccine myocarditis, is 10 to 100 volts higher than the troponin we see with the natural infection. It's a totally different syndrome. When the kids get myocarditis after the vaccine, 90% have to be hospitalized...so vaccine-induced myocarditis is a big deal, and in children it's way more serious and more prominent than a post-COVID myocarditis."
Neurologic: This includes Guillain-Barre syndrome, which can be fatal, Bell's Palsy, seizures, persistent headaches, and blood clots in the brain.
Immunologic: Suppression of lymphocyte count and reactivation of other viral syndromes like Epstein-Barr and shingles.
Hematologic: Vaccine-induced thrombocytopenic purpura. Signs include bruising all over the body, bleeding from the gums and nose, dark urine. Dr. McCullough says, "What happens is the shot tricks the body and gives excessive antigenic presentation of platelets to the spleen, the spleen produces an antibody that actually pins platelets against blood vessel walls...and that's what drives vaccine-induced thrombocytopenic purpura."
For those suffering from these shot-induced syndromes, Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC's) I-Recover protocol for long-haul COVID syndrome has been used to treat shot-induced symptoms with similar success. You can download the protocol here.
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