Extent of severity of individual’s C-19 infection
Since C-19 is becoming increasingly recognised as a blood-clotting disease I wonder if you would consider/comment on the following. In considering the reason why the seriousness of the disease varies so much from person to person I am sure that there are some overarching factors such as the level of initial inoculum, ethnicity, underlying medical conditions etc. However, people vary widely in their natural clotting ability; for example, if I cut myself or have a nose bleed bleeding stops almost instantly. I don’t know if generally this has any correlation with blood group although I am type O and people say type A are worst affected. Anyway, I wonder if there is a simple blood test that coul be applied at the time of testing for C-19 to show people’s propensity for clotting. Just a thought, kind regards
Colin Wall (you can make this public if you want)
Medcram weekly Q&A talked a little about this and toward the end of the video Dr. Sehuelt commented thhat maybe Vit D helps but not K and that K actually increases clotting as know by how coumadin workd to thin the blood by blocking it.
l’m a man in my 60’s who had asthma as a kid, smoked for years and have an autoimmune disease (arthritis). So l fill in all of the check marks for the trendy virus.
l was sick AF with Covid-19 in late February, all of March and much of April. But Thanks to what Chris published on youtube l was aware of the danger of blood clots- particularly worried about in the lungs. Therefore i took that well-known blood thinner, aspirin (325 mg per day, half at a time) and certain herbs. I l made tea of both licorice root and a Chinese traditional herb called “Golden thread” or Coptis chinensis franch – both are antifibrotic. (Licorice root also cleans the upper respiratory tract, expelling material – a natural expectorant.)
One way or another l recovered (albeit maddeningly slowly) to good health with my lungs intact. l ride my bike a lot again, and gradually got back to where l now take the uphills readily, or as well as ever anyway.
Extras: – l didn’t use rat poison 🙂 but it – warfarin – is a strong blood thinner, prescribed to people even if they don’t have rodents in their attic. You Docs know about warfarin Nor did l use Garlic, but only because l didn’t know at the time that garlic is also an effective blood thinner.
Full disclosure – l also took and take the supplement enzyme serrapeptase to ease the pain of a bad knee (serrapeptase thins biofilms and body fluids), and per PeakProsperity videos and Chris’ advice l took and still take vitamin C and D3, natch.
I think the biggest factor is NUTRIENT DEFICIENCIES (should be #1 among “level of initial inoculum, ethnicity, underlying medical conditions etc”). Why so many people overlook this factor is a testament to the lie that the medical industry has become. If you have a vitamin D blood level of less than 50 ng/ml, or worse yet less than 40ng/ml, should you even really expect to heal fast, or fast enough to combat the virus? If you don’t get abundant sunshine exposure or you follow their BS advice of 1000 IU per day, you’re screwing yourself. And that’s just to start; most people are deficient in vitamin K2, magnesium, vitamin A, etc etc. I’m pretty sure the ones most deficient are the ones most affected, or even affected at all, by Covid.
@emitnopeepontime, don’t forget zinc(+quercetin?), NAC, B3, vitamin A, healthy saturated fats (from animals or coconut oil), and absorbable/usable protein (vegans may have trouble with these last two).