I have a question.
I just found out my mother-in-law who lives in India just got the first shot of an mRNA vaccine. I am SHOCKED, since all along she kept saying she would never get the vaccine. Then a "know it all" friend of hers, whose father is a doctor, convinced her to take it. And, without even consulting myself or my husband, whom she talks to once a week, she went out and did this potentially deadly thing. I am heartbroken over the whole thing.
I was just about to send her the "Guide" that Dr. Peter McCullough helped put together concerning home treatment of Covid symptoms, starting with Ivermectin or Hydroxychloroquine, etc., at the first sign of illness.
I spoke with my mother-in-law last night, and urged her to forego taking the second shot, since there's a lot of anecdotal information suggesting that some of the worst symptoms (including death) occur after the second shot.
My question is: is there anything I can recommend that would help her more long-term now that she's taken the shot? I can order supplements on Amazon India for her, and those can get to her rather quickly, but it's already been almost a week since she got the shot, so the complementary treatment idea is seemingly moot at this point since the vaccine is very much in her system by now.
I know about D3, K2, C, A, zinc.
She is pretty healthy, eighty-one years old, maybe has thyroid issues, and phlegm in the throat, and stomach bloating, foggy brain. But she's never had any severe illness other than these things. I've tried to get her to improve her diet, stop using milk, etc., but it's difficult to get her to follow a diet.
Anyway, NOW what? Now that she's taken this vaccine?
I was wondering: since one of the worst outcomes re: the mRNA vaccine is when the person is exposed to existing, normally benign coronaviruses in the environment, and this triggers the out-of-control inflammatory response (given the secondary macrophages have been destroyed by the synthetic antibodies in the vaccine), could this be prevented from happening if the person, at the first sign of any cold or flu, or sore throat, were to use an antimicrobial spray for the nose and throat (such as those that contain grapefruit seed extract, an excellent anti-microbial), thus preventing the coronavirus from entering the chest, and setting off the cytokine storm response?
Also: could a good brand of Zeolite help to detox from the vaccine? I suppose it wouldn't hurt. Not sure if Amazon India will have it though.
In other words: what can be done to mitigate the effects since it might take some time to set up a protocol for her, and so the vaccine is already doing its damage inside her?
She doesn't seem to have any ill effects so far since she had the shot. Her "know it all" friend, meanwhile, felt quite bad afterwards, not sure what the symptoms were. I don't know this person (who is in her fifties), but I can't believe she would convince an elderly woman to take such a step without suggesting she consult her own (very caring) son first. What if my mother-in-law became ill, or worse after taking the vaccine? Was this woman prepared to in some way take responsibility for her role in that outcome? Did she really think this through? This is all so insane it's infuriating!
But it also shows my mother-in-laws' lack of will in letting herself be so easily swayed in something that, up until now, she was entirely against. She's like that, I'm afraid. She lacks having a center. A new person can come along and -- well, you see what happened. And, worse still, when it came to calling us and telling us what she did, she acted as if she knew she made a mistake. Wow. Quite a "mistake." Then again, maybe this woman friend will again prevail in convincing her to get the second shot. It wouldn't altogether surprise me. When you lack a sense of self you are indeed in danger.