6 things you need this winter season for COVID as well as for other respiratory virus; also LONG-HAUL COVID treatment protocol to deal with symptoms post infection etc.
by Paul Alexander
A nice preventive kit for your house...and also LONG-HAUL COVID, here is a protocol for treatment to deal with symptoms...
Povidone-iodine nasal/oral wash or hydrogen peroxide, diluted, wash out the nasal and oral passages as the virus hangs around there. The SARS-CoV-2 virus is transmitted in the air and settles in the nose, and multiplies for days before it invades the body. When sick with nasal congestion, headache, fever, and body aches, the source of symptoms is the virus in the nose. As little as $5 to treat.
Take 1/2 tsp mix in a shot glass 1.5 oz of water, squirt up nose, sniff back to the back of the throat and spit out. Do twice in each nostril, then gargle with the rest for 30 sec. Do not swallow. If iodine allergic or intolerant, can substitute hydrogen peroxide.
50 mg elemental zinc day
5000 IU vitamin D3 day prevention, acute treatment it is 20,000 IU
3000 mg vitamin C day
500 mg quercetin
pepsid (famotadine), 80 mg a day
All of this is OTC….
LONG-HAUL Covid; I wanted to share this good protocol from FLCCC; I am friends with Dr. Kory (wonderful human being) just fabulous, cares so much for his patients and people, his protocol...
LONG-HAUL Covid is real, it is not 'in the mind' and we even have evidence from Bruce Paterson's group that the spike protein and components remains in the blood 15 months post infection
As you see in the Forest plot, the pooled benefit is a 52% improvement, reduced risk (RR 0.48, 95% CI 0.36 to 0.64). Look to the line of ‘no’ effect where RR is 1.0, anything to the left of the line is a reduced risk (if that is how you modelled it in the program), anything to the right is increased risk. The plot tells us that in the treatment arm (povidone) where were 90 events out of a sample size of 1,364 and in the control arm, there was 168 events out of 1,185 persons. A RR of 0.48 so this means a 52% reduced risk. or in this case, favors povidone.