How concerned should I be about shedding?

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  • Mon, Nov 22, 2021 - 11:24pm

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    emdashtheory

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    How concerned should I be about shedding?

I live in a house with several people who are. I work indoors around 25 or so vaxd. Any time I go to a store, gas station, or public place, I’m around at least 80% vaxd people. Can someone share some info with me about spike protein shedding, how it works, and how I can protect myself and mitigate its effects?

  • Mon, Nov 22, 2021 - 11:54pm

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    nordicjack

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    How concerned should I be about shedding?

I know people who have lived with people vaxxed , no side-effects.  And I know others just being near them has caused miscarriage in those around them and even caused issues with their pets.   So, I am not sure what is going on.  I think  a lot the vaccines that went out originally were really test dosages.

Anyway,  I saw a video of an austrailian researcher a couple months ago , speaking about some enzyme in pineapples that is very good at destroying the spike protein in rona.   He did not disclose what the enzyme was ( my guess something closely related to bromelain.)   I have not been able to reference anymore on the topic.

 

  • Tue, Nov 23, 2021 - 12:20am   (Reply to #2)

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    How concerned should I be about shedding?

Interesting. My friend who is a healthcare worker also had a case of hives and a miscarriage this year months after her coworkers got vaccinated. I’ve never heard this about the pets. I’ve never heard of the enzyme either.

  • Tue, Nov 23, 2021 - 12:34am

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I heard reports of people with side effects, especially women with menses disruptions (menopaused who got period again etc). I have been to several events, some with 2500+ people and there was not a long line in the “unvaccinated daily sticker” line – most were vaxxed  and had a 3-day sticker… I have not suffered any side effect. I don’t know what’s going on. Maybe people susceptible to side effects are the same who would be susceptible to vaccine side effects to start with ? Honestly – how concerned you should be is – did you notice any side effect in you ? If not, I would not sweat it and remove that worry from my daily pile of worries.

  • Tue, Nov 23, 2021 - 01:24am

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    How concerned should I be about shedding?

I don’t know either but it seems like there is potentially more risk of shedding if a person is newly vaccinated.  If there is any shedding it likely happens within the first 2 weeks to a month after getting vaccinated then likely drops off for most people.

  • Tue, Nov 23, 2021 - 09:16am

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    How concerned should I be about shedding?

One of my baby mommas got vaxxed and then her whole household tested positive for covid. There is shedding, but since it’s just the spike protein and not the mRNA you should be mostly fine, particularly if you are taking vitimin D. Studies (I know, I know, show the proof or it’s just conjecture) have shown that spike is produced in the cells for up to 90 days, though spikes have been detected in the blood long after vaccination.

So while you’re probably having some shedding effects and are being exposed to the spike protein, it is not on it’s own self replicating and you have many barriers to entry to your body, so you should be fine. I wouldn’t spend too much time with the recently vaxxed, but they are getting the worst of it. Besides that, if there’s any natural immunity to be gained from exposure to the spike protein alone (as the whole mRNA process suggests), then the shedding is probably the safest way to expose yourself to the virus.

TL;DR I wouldn’t worry too much about it. It might confer immunity.

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  1. I Just replied to another post “raising it from the dead” and I will post it here since the minimal searching I have done has turned up a lot of ” I have read” or “my sisters husbands, aunts, 3rd removed relative said” responses.

 

Apparently jab shedding is a real thing and at least the FDA has known about it for quite some time.

 

https://www.peakprosperity.com/forum-topic/fda-design-and-analysis-of-shedding-studies/

 

Though, if this information has been found to not be accurate or if there is updating information, I would love for someone to post some articles or data instead of the continuance of what comes off as “campsite stories”.

 

I would like to add that I am really trying to figure this out because my mother, who has been a nurse/night charge nurse at a hospital in Portland for nearly 40 years and is retiring mid December was required to get a 3rd dose of Moderna, and she decided to do it 2 days before we are supposed to have her over for Thanksgiving.

 

**update**
after weeding through MSM and other “fact” checkers, it is widely accepted, by FDA, Pfizer and other people of merit that these shots do shed spike protein.

However, it is thought to be in such low amounts to not be of any concern.  Still looking though, trying not to look so hard that i simply find affirmation as to whether or not that is actually the case.

  • Sat, Nov 27, 2021 - 09:58pm

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    How concerned should I be about shedding?

My 33yo daughter got her “booster” the day before thanksgiving and we got together for the holiday.  Her dad and I are both unvaxxed so we will see what tomorrow brings….she did it partially hoping to protect us—not rational since she actually had Covid in early 2020 and has natural immunity.  This is her third “vaccine” since then. She was traumatized from being so sick and I can’t seem to get through to her about anything.  It’s amazing and heartbreaking how mind controlled some people are, especially loved ones who are putting themselves at risk needlessly.

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