Health Protocol for Mandatory Coronavirus Vaccination

Hi_Henry

The Living Force
I'll admit it, all this attention to this Con-19 topic is having an effect on my dreams. But if the information can help someone to make a better decision then we need to post what we find of interest.

There is a very disturbing part in this article so if you are sensitive avoid it.

 

hlat

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FOTCM Member
@hlat how are you feeling?
I'm feeling pretty good. Worst of it was the end of day 3 with fever 101.9F and fatigue. Day 4 woke up with no fever which has not returned and regular energy level, though about 2 hours later my energy plummeted low again. Also had an infrequent cough start, maybe 20 times over the entire day. End of day my PCR test came in as positive, though I didn't need a test to tell me I'm sick. Today day 5 my energy level has stayed regular so far. The cough is a bit more frequent though still not much. A bit of sore throat and congestion has started, and a new generalized headache in a form of heaviness in the forehead has come and gone already.

I think the symptoms over the 5 days have been unusual. I didn't know that fever could go away and come back several times.
I've read here that you shouldn't take Vit C and magnesium at the same time as they "cancel" each other out. So space them out if possible.

Also don't forget sufficient rest 👌
I didn't know that. Luckily I did take them apart, stopping the vitamin C at tolerance and then taking the magnesium later at bedtime.

Day 4
Ivermectin 12mg
Hydroxychloroquine 200mg
Doxycycline 100mg
Zinc 30mg
Vitamin C to tolerance
Lugols 150mg (75x2)
Sodium bicarbonate baking soda 2 teaspoons (1/2x4)
Selenium 200mcg
NAC 600 mg
Vitamin D3 125mcg
Melatonin 6mg
Magnesium glycinate 480mg
Vitamin B
 

SOTTREADER

The Living Force
I'm feeling pretty good. Worst of it was the end of day 3 with fever 101.9F and fatigue. Day 4 woke up with no fever which has not returned and regular energy level, though about 2 hours later my energy plummeted low again. Also had an infrequent cough start, maybe 20 times over the entire day. End of day my PCR test came in as positive, though I didn't need a test to tell me I'm sick. Today day 5 my energy level has stayed regular so far. The cough is a bit more frequent though still not much. A bit of sore throat and congestion has started, and a new generalized headache in a form of heaviness in the forehead has come and gone already.

I think the symptoms over the 5 days have been unusual. I didn't know that fever could go away and come back several times.

I didn't know that. Luckily I did take them apart, stopping the vitamin C at tolerance and then taking the magnesium later at bedtime.

Day 4
Ivermectin 12mg
Hydroxychloroquine 200mg
Doxycycline 100mg
Zinc 30mg
Vitamin C to tolerance
Lugols 150mg (75x2)
Sodium bicarbonate baking soda 2 teaspoons (1/2x4)
Selenium 200mcg
NAC 600 mg
Vitamin D3 125mcg
Melatonin 6mg
Magnesium glycinate 480mg
Vitamin B
Vitamin K2 should be taken with Vitamin D3 as a general rule. Another tidbit I learnt here on the forum a couple of years ago. It helps absorption and stops calcium deposits from building up.


So how do vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 work together in harmony? Vitamin D3 directs the absorption of calcium from your intestines into the blood. Vitamin K2 takes it from there, directing that calcium into your bones.

Think of it this way: calcium is like a baton, and vitamins D3 and K2 are like runners in a game of relay baton. Taken alone, both vitamins have multiple benefits, but to fully utilize and benefit from calcium, you should supplement with both vitamin D3 and K2.

Sounds like you have a non-Omicron variant by the symptoms. Don't worry about the fever - it's weird and you get the waves that come and go. I'd also advise checking your heart rate just in case it's elevated - mine was when I had covid the 1st time but it went back to normal after I laid off stimulants (e.g. coffee) for like a month or so.

Ps, I think you should also be taking melatonin at bed time, not during the day.
 
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hlat

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FOTCM Member
Vitamin K2 should be taken with Vitamin D3 as a general rule. Another tidbit I learnt here on the forum a couple of years ago. It helps absorption and stops calcium deposits from building up.




Sounds like you have a non-Omicron variant by the symptoms. Don't worry about the fever - it's weird and you get the waves that come and go. I'd also advise checking your heart rate just in case it's elevated - mine was when I had covid the 1st time but it went back to normal after I laid off stimulants (e.g. coffee) for like a month or so.

Ps, I think you should also be taking melatonin at bed time, not during the day.
Yes, taking at bedtime melatonin and magnesium.

Pulse has been fine. Pulse oximeter has been saying oxygen 98% and pulse around 90s.

I need to look into vitamin K2.
 

SOTTREADER

The Living Force
Yes, taking at bedtime melatonin and magnesium.

Pulse has been fine. Pulse oximeter has been saying oxygen 98% and pulse around 90s.

I need to look into vitamin K2.
I think 90s for the pulse is high dependant on your usual resting heart beat (for most it's somewhere in the 60s/70s). I assume the heart rate spikes to 100s/110s if you go up a small flight of stairs?

In any case, nothing to worry about. Just don't over stimulate it - that's what Gaby told me.
 

Altair

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Latest Mercola's article about benefits of melatonin.

Melatonin Significantly Reduces COVID-19 Mortality


STORY AT-A-GLANCE​

  • While most well-known as a natural sleep regulator, melatonin also has many other important functions. It boosts immune function, helps recharge glutathione and may improve treatment of certain bacterial diseases; it has anticonvulsant and antiexcitotoxic properties, and is a potent antioxidant with the rare ability to enter your mitochondria
  • In viral infections, melatonin lowers the overreaction of the host cells to the pathogen, thereby raising the host’s tolerance to the virus. This gives the host time to develop the adaptive immune response and eradicate the invading pathogen
  • Melatonin attenuates several pathological features of COVID-19, including excessive oxidative stress and inflammation, exaggerated immune response resulting in a cytokine storm, acute lung injury and acute respiratory distress syndrome
  • An October 2021 study found melatonin significantly lowered mortality when given to severely infected COVID patients. In the standard care only group, 13 of the 76 patients died (17.1%), compared to just one of the 82 patients (1.2%) who received melatonin in addition to standard care — a reduction in mortality of 93%
  • During the second week of infection, a time when severely infected patients can take a drastic turn for the worse, the melatonin group fared much better than the standard care only group, with only two patients developing sepsis, compared to eight in the standard care only group
Melatonin is a hormone synthesized in your pineal gland and several other organs,1 indeed in most cells, including human lung monocytes and macrophages, as it is actually synthesized in your mitochondria.2

While most well-known as a natural sleep regulator, melatonin also has many other important functions.3 Notably, it plays an important role in cancer prevention4 and may prevent or improve certain autoimmune diseases, such as Type 1 diabetes.5

It also has anticonvulsant and antiexcitotoxic properties,6 and is a potent antioxidant7 with the rare ability to enter your mitochondria,8 where it helps prevent mitochondrial impairment, energy failure and the death of mitochondria damaged by oxidation.9 It also:
  • Boosts immune function
  • Helps recharge glutathione10 (and glutathione deficiency has been linked to COVID-19 severity)
  • May improve the treatment of certain bacterial diseases, including tuberculosis11
  • Helps regulate gene expression via a series of enzymes12
As noted in the Journal of Critical Care:13
“Melatonin is a versatile molecule ... Melatonin plays an important physiologic role in sleep and circadian rhythm regulation, immunoregulation, antioxidant and mitochondrial-protective functions, reproductive control, and regulation of mood. Melatonin has also been reported as effective in combating various bacterial and viral infections.”

Melatonin Also Has Important Role in COVID-19 Treatment​


Over the past two years, melatonin has emerged as a surprise weapon against COVID-19. It’s been shown to play a role in viral, bacterial and fungal infections14 and as early as June 2020, researchers suggested it might be an important adjunct to COVID-19 treatment.15,16,17 According to the authors of that paper, melatonin attenuates several pathological features of COVID-19, including:18
  • Excessive oxidative stress and inflammation
  • Exaggerated immune response resulting in a cytokine storm
  • Acute lung injury
  • Acute respiratory distress syndrome
In October 2020, a scientific review,19 “Melatonin Potentials Against Viral Infections Including COVID-19: Current Evidence and New Findings,” summarized the mechanisms by which melatonin can protect against and ameliorate viral infections such as respiratory syncytial virus, viral hepatitis, viral myocarditis, Ebola, West Nile virus and dengue virus.

Based on these collective findings, they hypothesized melatonin may offer similar protection against SARS-CoV-2. One mechanistic basis for this relates to melatonin’s effects on p21-activated kinases (PAKs), a family of serine and threonine kinases. The authors explain:20

“In the last decade, PAKs have acquired great attention in medicine due to their contribution to a diversity of cellular functions. Among them, PAK1 is considered as a pathogenic enzyme and its unusual activation could be responsible for a broad range of pathologic conditions such as aging, inflammation, malaria, cancers immunopathology, viral infections, etc ...
Interestingly, melatonin exerts a spectrum of important anti-PAK1 properties ... It has been proposed that coronaviruses could trigger CK2/RAS-PAK1-RAF-AP1 signaling pathway via binding to ACE2 receptor.
Although it is not scientifically confirmed as yet, PAK1-inhibitors could theoretically exert as potential agents for the management of a recent outbreak of COVID-19 infection. Indeed, Russel Reiter, a leading pioneer in melatonin research, has recently emphasized that melatonin may be incorporated into the treatment of COVID-19 as an alternative or adjuvant.”

Melatonin Lowers COVID-19 Mortality​

Then, on the last day of 2021, Melatonin Research published a research commentary21 discussing an October 2021 study22 by Hasan et. al., which found melatonin significantly lowered mortality when given to severely infected COVID patients. According to the authors:

“In a single-center, open-label, randomized clinical trial, it was observed that melatonin treatment lowered the mortality rate by 93% in severely-infected COVID-19 patients compared with the control group.
This is seemingly the first report to show such a huge mortality reduction in severe COVID-19 infected individuals with a simple treatment. If this observation is confirmed by more rigorous clinical trials, melatonin could become an important weapon to combat this pandemic.”

The commentators point out that, at less than $5 per course of treatment, melatonin is a cost-effective addition to any treatment plan. For comparison, Regeneron monoclonal antibodies cost about $2,100 per dose and remdesivir is $3,100 per treatment. Melatonin also has no serious side effects, so it can be universally used.

In the standard care only group, 13 of the 76 patients died (17.1%), compared to just one of the 82 patients (1.2%) who received melatonin in addition to everything else. That’s a reduction in mortality of 93%.

The Hasan trial23 included 158 hospitalized COVID patients between the ages of 18 and 80. All had confirmed severe SARS-CoV-2 infection.

Eighty-two of the patients were enrolled in the melatonin arm and received 10 milligrams (mg) of melatonin half an hour before bedtime for 14 days, in addition to standard therapeutic care, which included oxygen intubation, remdesivir, levofloxacin (an antibiotic for protection against secondary bacterial infections), dexamethasone (an anti-inflammatory) and enoxaparin (an anticoagulant).
In the standard care only group, 13 of the 76 patients died (17.1%), compared to just one of the 82 patients (1.2%) who received melatonin in addition to everything else. That’s a reduction in mortality of 93%, which is quite remarkable. Three mechanisms of action responsible for this success appears to be a combination of its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and immunoregulatory activities.24

During the second week of infection, a time when severely infected patients can take a drastic turn for the worse, the melatonin group fared much better than the standard care only group, with only two patients developing sepsis, compared to eight in the standard care only group.25

The Hasan trial also supports findings from a clinical case series26 published in 2020, where patients diagnosed with COVID-19 pneumonia received 36 mg to 72 mg of melatonin intravenously per day, in four divided doses, as an adjunct therapy to standard of care.

All of the patients given melatonin improved within four to five days, and all survived. On average, those given melatonin were discharged from the hospital after 7.3 days, compared to 13 days for those who did not get melatonin.

How Melatonin Prevents Sepsis​

This isn’t the first time melatonin has been highlighted for its ability to prevent and treat sepsis. A 2010 paper27 in The Journal of Critical Care noted that melatonin helps prevent and reverse septic shock symptoms by:28
  • Decreasing synthesis of proinflammatory cytokines
  • Preventing lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-induced oxidative damage, endotoxemia and metabolic alterations
  • Suppressing gene expression of the bad form of nitric oxide, inducible nitric oxide synthase (iNOS)
  • Preventing apoptosis (cell death)
Similarly, a 2014 study29 in the Journal of Pineal Research pointed out that melatonin accumulates in mitochondria, and has both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity that could be useful in the treatment of sepsis.

This was a Phase 1 dose escalation study in healthy volunteers to evaluate the tolerability and health effects of melatonin at various dosages. They also assessed the effect of melatonin in an ex vivo whole blood model mimicking sepsis.

No adverse effects were reported for dosages ranging from 20 mg to 100 mg, and the blood model testing revealed melatonin and its metabolite 6-hydroxymelatonin “had beneficial effects on sepsis-induced mitochondrial dysfunction, oxidative stress and cytokine responses …” The authors further explained:30

“Mitochondrial dysfunction initiated by oxidative stress drives inflammation and is generally accepted as playing a major role in sepsis-induced organ failure. It has been recognized that exogenous antioxidants may be useful in sepsis, and more recently, the potential for antioxidants acting specifically in mitochondria has been highlighted.
We showed previously that antioxidants targeted to mitochondria, including melatonin, reduced organ damage in a rat model of sepsis ... In vitro models of sepsis show that melatonin and its major hydroxylated metabolite, 6-hydroxymelatonin, are both effective at reducing the levels of key inflammatory cytokines, oxidative stress, and mitochondrial dysfunction.
In rat models of sepsis, melatonin reduces oxidative damage and organ dysfunction and also decreases mortality.
The dose needed for antioxidant action is thought to be considerably higher than that given for modulation of the sleep–wake cycle, but the actual dose required in man is unclear, particularly because the major bioactive effects of oral melatonin in the context of inflammation are likely to be mediated primarily by metabolite levels.”

Melatonin Has Many Mechanisms of Action​

When it comes to viral infections, melatonin doesn’t actually target the virus itself. It primarily aids the host, lowering the overreaction of the host cells to the pathogen, thereby raising the host’s tolerance to the virus. As explained in the featured Melatonin Research commentary,31 “This tolerance allows the host sufficient time to develop the adaptive immune response and finally eradicate the invading pathogens.”

By regulating your immune responses, melatonin also helps prevent cytokine storms,32 which is what ultimately kills some patients with serious SARS-CoV-2 infection. Melatonin is also a known cytoprotector with neuroprotective properties that can potentially reduce the neurological sequelae documented in patients infected with COVID-19.33

Part of melatonin’s benefit against COVID may also have to do with the fact that it enhances vitamin D signaling34 and, together, melatonin and vitamin D synergistically enhance your mitochondrial function. In fact, your mitochondria are the final common targets for both.35

I’ve written many articles detailing the importance of vitamin D optimization to prevent SARS-CoV-2 infection and more serious COVID-19 illness. The evidence for this is frankly overwhelming, and raising vitamin D levels among the general population may be one of the most important prevention strategies available to us. To learn more, download my vitamin D report, available for free on stopcovidcold.com. Melatonin may also combat SARS-CoV-2 infection by:36

Having an antibacterial effect on white blood cells called neutrophils37 (a high neutrophil count is an indicator for infection)
Suppressing oxidative stress38
Regulating blood pressure (a risk factor for severe COVID-19)
Improving metabolic defects associated with diabetes and insulin resistance (risk factors for severe COVID-19) via inhibition of the renin-angiotensin system (RAS)
Protecting mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs, which have been shown to ameliorate severe SARS-CoV-2 infection) against injuries and improving their biological activities
Promoting both cell-mediated and humoral immunity
Promoting synthesis of progenitor cells for macrophages and granulocytes, natural killer (NK) cells and T-helper cells, specifically CD4+ cells
Inhibiting NLRP3 inflammasomes39 — Inflammasomes are part of your natural immune response. When a pathogen is detected, inflammasomes are activated and start releasing proinflammatory cytokines. The inflammasome NLRP3, specifically, has been identified as a key culprit in acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and acute lung injury, both of which are potential outcomes of COVID-19 infection40

Melatonin Reduces Risk of Positive COVID-19 Test​

Data41,42 from Cleveland Clinic also supports the use of melatonin. Here, the researchers analyzed patient data from the Cleveland Clinic’s COVID-19 registry using an artificial intelligence platform designed to identify drugs that may be repurposed.43,44
By identifying clinical manifestations and pathologies shared by COVID-19 and 64 other diseases, they were able to conclude that certain proteins associated with chronic diseases are highly connected with SARS-CoV-2 proteins. Put another way, a number of proteins appear to play a key role in the pathologies seen both in COVID-19 and other chronic diseases.

These connections suggest that drugs already in use for a chronic disease may be repurposed and used in the treatment of COVID-19, as it acts on one or more shared biological targets. Melatonin stood out in this regard. Patients who used melatonin as a supplement had, on average, a 28% lower risk of testing positive for SARS-CoV-2. Blacks who used melatonin were 52% less likely to test positive for the virus.

Unfortunately, two key data points missing from the analysis are the dosage used and the length of supplementation. These data were not included in the patient registry, so we don’t know how much melatonin is required, or how long you need to take it, to lower your risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection to the degree found in this study.

Melatonin Is an Integral Part of Front Line Protocol​

Early in 2020, the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC)45 developed preventive, outpatient treatment and inpatient protocols46 based on the insights of the founding critical care doctors. Dr. Paul Marik,47 a critical care doctor known for his life-saving vitamin C sepsis protocol,48is one of those doctors.

Marik published a paper in the Journal of Thoracic Disease in February 202049 giving the scientific rationale for using melatonin to help regulate the oxidative imbalance and mitochondrial dysfunction that are commonly found in sepsis.

This was followed by a paper published in the Frontiers in Medicine in May 2020,50 in which he and a team of scientists presented a therapeutic algorithm for melatonin in the treatment of COVID-19 specifically. “Melatonin's multiple actions as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antiviral (against other viruses) make it a reasonable choice for use,” they wrote.

Based on its known mechanisms of action, the FLCCC has included melatonin in its early treatment and hospital treatment protocols from the start. You can download the latest protocols on the FLCCC’s website.51

As a supportive therapy, the FLCCC recommends taking 6 mg before bed if you’re treating early or mild symptomatic COVID-19. The hospital treatment protocol calls for anywhere from 6 mg to 12 mg of melatonin at night, until discharge.

For patients treating long-haul COVID-19 syndrome (LHCS), they recommend taking between 2 mg and 12 mg nightly. Begin with a low dose and work your way up as tolerated. If your sleep is disturbed, lower your dose. (Low doses of melatonin will help make you sleepy, while higher doses can trigger sleeplessness.)

General Guidance for Supplementation​

While the doses suggested when used against COVID are significantly higher than what you’d normally take to improve your sleep, there does not appear to be any danger to these doses. Research has found no adverse effects for dosages ranging from 20 mg up to 100 mg.52

These dose ranges are up to 100 times more than what a typical conservative dose of 0.5 mg, but it is encouraging that no adverse effects were observed at these high doses. It would still be prudent however to only use doses this high for limited times when you might need them.

Whatever dose you take — and I recommend starting low, at 1 mg or less — be sure to take melatonin at night, before bed. Rising melatonin levels is the reason you feel sleepy in the evening, so it’s ill advised to take it in the morning or during the day, when your natural level is (and should be) low.

Melatonin is also best taken sublingually, either in the form of a spray or sublingual tablet.
Sublingually, it can enter your blood stream directly and doesn’t have to go through the digestive tract. As a result, its effect will be felt more rapidly.

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dredger

The Living Force
I've read here that you shouldn't take Vit C and magnesium at the same time as they "cancel" each other out. So space them out if possible.
I'm taking my VitC + Mg glycinate together after the evening lunch since more than 2 years, are you sure of that ?


BTW, i'm missing a lot of the medicines listed in hlat post (ivermectin, hydroxy, Doxycycline, selenium, nac, Vit B) - some can easily be found, but some not. I do not fear much covid, even less now with omicon, but I wonder if i should replenish my "pharmacy" with a couple of complements that are considerated as "better to have" ?
What i take +/- daily is just vitC (+/- 2gr per day, normal vitC), and from 1 to 2gr of Mg glycinate per day. I take sometimes 10 drops of VitD when i think about it, and i just started a box of zinc + vit B6 a few days before. I'm bad to be rigourus on myself in regard to healing, or at least, when all goes well (when not ill). Any advice welcomed.
 

hlat

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
I think 90s for the pulse is high dependant on your usual resting heart beat (for most it's somewhere in the 60s/70s). I assume the heart rate spikes to 100s/110s if you go up a small flight of stairs?

In any case, nothing to worry about. Just don't over stimulate it - that's what Gaby told me.
That was sloppiness on my part, as I was not concerned about pulse at all. Measured again now and pulse is 80s with dips to 70s.

Yesterday was day 5 for me, and my energy level was great for about 6 hours and then faded the rest of the day to low energy. The little bit of sore throat has become a regular sore throat. Coughing is more frequent. Congestion is there but not too high.

I did not sleep well last night, so I'm making changes to day 6. I've added nebulizing with hydrogen peroxide, and I think I'm not going to tolerance for vitamin C today because I'd like to have a night off from gurgling and gas. Yesterday I started nebulizing baking soda instead of just drinking it. I'm going back to max lugols today. I've been taking sea salt the whole time and just forgot to list it.

Day 5
Ivermectin 12mg
Hydroxychloroquine 200mg
Doxycycline 100mg
Zinc 30mg
Vitamin C to tolerance
Lugols 75mg
Sodium bicarbonate baking soda 1/2 teaspoons
Selenium 200mcg
NAC 600 mg
Vitamin D3 125mcg
Melatonin 6mg
Magnesium glycinate 480mg
Vitamin B
Manuka honey spoonful
Celtic sea salt 1/2 teaspoon in cup of water
Nebulize baking soda 20 minutes x 2

I made baking soda nebulizer solution with 1/4 teaspoon baking soda and 4 teaspoons distilled water.
I made hydrogen peroxide nebulizer solution with 1/4 teaspoon of 3% hydrogen peroxide and 7 teaspoons homemade saline.
I made homemade saline with 1/4 teaspoon celtic sea salt and 1/2 cup distilled water.
 

SOTTREADER

The Living Force
That was sloppiness on my part, as I was not concerned about pulse at all. Measured again now and pulse is 80s with dips to 70s.

Yesterday was day 5 for me, and my energy level was great for about 6 hours and then faded the rest of the day to low energy. The little bit of sore throat has become a regular sore throat. Coughing is more frequent. Congestion is there but not too high.

I did not sleep well last night, so I'm making changes to day 6. I've added nebulizing with hydrogen peroxide, and I think I'm not going to tolerance for vitamin C today because I'd like to have a night off from gurgling and gas. Yesterday I started nebulizing baking soda instead of just drinking it. I'm going back to max lugols today. I've been taking sea salt the whole time and just forgot to list it.

Day 5
Ivermectin 12mg
Hydroxychloroquine 200mg
Doxycycline 100mg
Zinc 30mg
Vitamin C to tolerance
Lugols 75mg
Sodium bicarbonate baking soda 1/2 teaspoons
Selenium 200mcg
NAC 600 mg
Vitamin D3 125mcg
Melatonin 6mg
Magnesium glycinate 480mg
Vitamin B
Manuka honey spoonful
Celtic sea salt 1/2 teaspoon in cup of water
Nebulize baking soda 20 minutes x 2

I made baking soda nebulizer solution with 1/4 teaspoon baking soda and 4 teaspoons distilled water.
I made hydrogen peroxide nebulizer solution with 1/4 teaspoon of 3% hydrogen peroxide and 7 teaspoons homemade saline.
I made homemade saline with 1/4 teaspoon celtic sea salt and 1/2 cup distilled water.
Fyi, towards the end of my non-Omicron variant the sore throat became pronounced but the fever was fading. In short, don't panic it's just working its way through your system.

Added: I wonder if for the energy you can supplement with co enzyme Q10. Been taking it for years to promote cellular health and did as well throughout my covid. Think it helps the mitochondria which is the energy center of cells.


At this rate you'll end up taking everything under the sun... 😜
 
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hlat

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
I slept better yesterday end of day 6, and I realized I didn't do any Eiriu Eolas end of day 5, so that might have been part of the reason I didn't sleep well then. Today is day 7, fever returned, I have been tired most of the day, coughing regularly, sore throat diminished, and I can't remember having a headache.

Day 6
Ivermectin 12mg
Hydroxychloroquine 200mg
Doxycycline 100mg
Zinc 30mg
Vitamin C 4.4g (2.2x2)
Lugols 75mg
Sodium bicarbonate 1 teaspoon (1/2x2)
Selenium 200mcg
NAC 600 mg
Vitamin D3 125mcg
Quercetin 500mg
Melatonin 9mg
Magnesium glycinate 480mg
Vitamin B
Celtic sea salt 1/2 teaspoon
Nebulize sodium bicarbonate 40 minutes (20x2)
Nebulize hydrogen peroxide 30 minutes (15x2)
Eiriu Eolas full program
 
You wrote June 30th, but did you mean Jan. 30th? Because although June 30th is right around the corner, it's also far away in that the world could look radically different by then.

Someone I know is recently vaccinated and had a miscarriage. I think the desire for children will increase as the chaos continues. At least in biological terms, but also spiritual as maybe some last minute souls want to see the show, or will be needed when the dust settles. I've had some fleeting desires for a traditional family, but I don't think this is time for that this time around for me. You seem to know what you're doing, so I wish you the best.
Hi @3DStudent, thanks for the good wishes! My choice to get the booster now was trying to think strategically about the state of Blue State healthcare and where it will be in the next 6 mo to year. I really don't think that we'll be in a different place at least here in New England and at least in healthcare. The healthcare organization is so brainwashed or getting so much pressure from the PTB that they are completely divorced from reality. Whatever the CDC says, is basically the word of God. For example, in September at a large Boston Hospital system we had 96 hospitalization for COVID and now we have close to 600. Their solution--boosters. They do not connect mass vaccination with increased hospitalization especially those who are fully vaccinated. Maybe some people do but they aren't talking.

I know that the WHO said that boosters were unsustainable but then you see that Canada is buying up vaccines so that everyone can have a booster for years to come every year. You have to wonder what is going on inside the upper echelons of decision making.

Anyways, I am on the mend. I will tell you that Ivermectin was a real life-saver. This may be TMI but I mean it for educational purposes. After the vaxx, I felt premenstrual: sore breasts, cramping, hungry. I did some research and it seems that for unclear reasons, when there is a large immune reaction in a woman, her estrogen increases. So I think that's what was going on with my body. Each day I felt like that, I took 12 mg of Ivermectin and the premenstrual improved significantly. I also kept at the acupuncture 3x wk. Now I feel back to my old self.
 

hlat

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FOTCM Member
Today is day 8 for me. Energy levels currently are not low but are not regular either, no fever at the moment, cough is not frequent, no headache. Bad news is that my wife started getting sick yesterday so she is out of action today.

Day 7
Ivermectin 12mg
Hydroxychloroquine 200mg
Doxycycline 100mg
Zinc 30mg
Vitamin C 4.4mg (1.1x4)
Lugols 150mg (75x2)
Sodium bicarbonate 1 teaspoon (1/2x2)
Selenium 200mcg
NAC 600 mg
Vitamin D3 125mcg
Quercetin 500mg
Melatonin 9mg
Magnesium glycinate 480mg
Vitamin B
Manuka honey
Celtic sea salt 1/2 teaspoon
Nebulize baking soda 40 minutes (20x2)
Nebulize hydrogen peroxide 30 minutes (15x2)
Eiriu Eolas pipe breathing and meditation
 

XPan

The Living Force
Fever is back, energy is low, coughing increased. Sore throat mostly gone now so that's good. So for a few days I've been feeling decent after I wake up and then some hours later symptoms change and not great again. Still in day 8.

I send you my best wishes, for you to get better hlat 🙏:flowers:

I hope that this day 8 change, isn’t connected to what Dr. Shankara Chetty pointed out at the Investigative Corona Committee session no 82, in which he said that some people on day 8 suddenly got worse. He said the illness significantly changed character in which the lung tissue reacted more like to an allergy (causing inflammation).

Yet you do take many supplements… :huh:
 

hlat

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
I send you my best wishes, for you to get better hlat 🙏:flowers:

I hope that this day 8 change, isn’t connected to what Dr. Shankara Chetty pointed out at the Investigative Corona Committee session no 82, in which he said that some people on day 8 suddenly got worse. He said the illness significantly changed character in which the lung tissue reacted more like to an allergy (causing inflammation).

Yet you do take many supplements… :huh:
This fever going away and coming back, and energy coming back and going away, has happened on a couple other days too, not just day 8. I am patient, though my wife is wondering why ivermectin and HCQ hasn't knocked it out already.
 
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