Hydroxychloroquine vs The Globalist Deep State
Is the Zithromax mainly taken as a Blood Thinner/ anti-coagulant ?
The SAD (Standard American Diet) is deficient in necessary nutrients and minerals, although it more than makes up for this with empty calories. It wasn’t like this until industrial farming took hold. Where the plants used to be supplemented by animal manures when draft animals provided the motive power; now, diesel powered tractors do all the work. Those tractors only exhale smoky residue and leaky lubricating oils.
Plants extract the nutrients they need to flourish from the soil. It is a form of mining. Farmers have learned that the key ingredients needed for success are nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. They supply these nutrients sufficiently. Unless they provide the micronutrients, the plants can continue to grow … but can’t provide the balanced nutrition our species evolved with.
Supplementing with easily digestible minerals to augment the vacuous foodstuffs we eat is easy and unfortunately necessary for good health. The plants can automatically balance nutrients when available. When available nutrients are insufficiently available, the plants can’t mine a balanced profile. (That is just the facts of farming.)
When taking zinc supplements, it is important to balance zinc with copper at a ~10:1 ratio. For instance, a ~50 microgram zinc tablet needs to be balanced with a ~5 microgram copper tablet. These ratios aren’t absolute … but good enough rules of thumb. The body can excrete additional minerals it doesn’t need. It can’t get minerals that aren’t given to it.
The other mineral supplements are also important. Long term deficiencies will cause other problems. It’s too bad we can’t just eat a balanced diet and get enough nutrition to be healthy. That is the curse of modern farming … and the world we live in. Until a balance profile is measured by consumers, it won’t be considered important by the farmers. Supplementation is a good measure for now.
Thanks for the zinc observational. This is, once again, what Chris suggested right at the start. We could replace the entire NIH organization with him. I’d love to see the all cause mortality chart 5 years after he took over.
What other things are we missing from diet? (Thanks Grover!) How long would they extend our lives if we had them? How many stupid illnesses would we dodge? How much less would we have to pay to Sickcare in our last years of life?
We will never know, because our “health” officials absolutely do not care about our health. In fact, I’d argue they work to suppress information about health. Cui bono there, do you think?
I think we can call this end-stage capitalism. Where a few, at the top, in charge of the cartels, ensure that all efforts are spent keeping empowering information from individuals, and are replaced by dependence on the cartels for continued life. Which is increasingly nasty, brutish, and short.
What’s obesity again in the US? 42%? With 9.2% morbidly obese?
Do you know the fix for obesity? Its really easy. No need for fancy diets, or pills, or anything else. Answer: just skip a meal. Rinse, repeat. Your body is built to do this. It is much easier than “dieting”. Back on the plains of Africa, sometimes days would go by without food. Your body is evolved to handle it, no problem. [Those that couldn’t handle it – they died off long ago.] Once you start getting energy from your fat, your body cranks out adrenaline to keep your energy level high. [Those who didn’t have this “feature”? They died off long ago.]
This is what I’m doing. Skip a meal = -800 cals/day. Science (especially as to why it is easier) with all objections answered in the 17-page series. The writer has a great sense of humor too:
The stuff I have learned in this past year is just astonishing. What really helped my receptivity is when I understood that a substantial amount of what I’ve been taught is deliberately wrong, and has been put in place by the cartels in order to harvest us in one way or another.
Well written retrospective piece. I like that it reminds us how many times, and in how many ways (non-placebo placebo anyone? Thanks for the extra “placebo” folate Dr. Boulware!) HCQ trials were knee-capped. Even then, the efficacy comes through in meta-analysis….
The following article was motivated by a statistical analysis of the data from one of the vocal early treatment MD’s, Brian Tyson, who runs an urgent care business in CA – I have attached the punch line excerpt below;
……If you’ve read this far, you have my gratitude, and now you get the prize. While Dr. Tyson knew his results were good, he did not realize just how good they would be when viewed through the lens of time/severity stratification. I spent two weeks cleaning and organizing the data, and some time writing the paper. Here are the preliminary results:
Out of 3,962 patients presenting with mild symptoms, there were 2 hospitalizations and 0 fatalities (spelled “z-e-r-o f-a-t-a-l-i-t-i-e-s”). These represent 99.76% and 100% reductions relative to Imperial County numbers, after correction for demographics.
Out of 413 patients presenting with moderate symptoms, there were 7 hospitalizations and 3 fatalities. These numbers represent 94.3% and 67.5% risk reductions by the same metrics.
Almost nobody had to die from Covid-19.
I have been on 400 mg/week.
As is the case with Ivermectin, it’s likely that HCQ has multiple modes of action that lead to its ability to fight off infection as an early treatment. We know that Dr. Zelenko focused on its known function as a Zinc ionophore in applying his life saving regimen. This mode of action was settled science since 2010;
Zn(2+) inhibits coronavirus and arterivirus RNA polymerase activity in vitro and zinc ionophores block the replication of these viruses in cell culture
But maybe there is more? There appears to be, and it relates to a certain aspect of the viral life cycle in the cytoplasm that I had not heard about before, but that I am familiar with in general terms as an analytical chemist, namely liquid:liquid phase separation, or LLPS. I will first point here to a general paper on the topic from Jan. 2021, then on to the new HCQ paper out of Singapore;
Formation and Function of Liquid-Like Viral Factories in Negative-Sense Single-Stranded RNA Virus Infections
Liquid-liquid phase separation (LLPS) represents a major physiochemical principle to organize intracellular membrane-less structures. Studies with non-segmented negative-sense (NNS) RNA viruses have uncovered a key role of LLPS in the formation of viral inclusion bodies (IBs), sites of viral protein concentration in the cytoplasm of infected cells. These studies further reveal the structural and functional complexity of viral IB factories and provide a foundation for their future research. Herein, we review the literature leading to the discovery of LLPS-driven formation of IBs in NNS RNA virus-infected cells and the identification of viral scaffold components involved, and then outline important questions and challenges for IB assembly and disassembly. We discuss the functional implications of LLPS in the life cycle of NNS RNA viruses and host responses to infection. Finally, we speculate on the potential mechanisms underlying IB maturation, a phenomenon relevant to many human diseases.
So formation of these structures within the cell is crucial to the virus’ ability to multiply. Every step of the way is an opportunity to disrupt the progress of the virus
.. and the more ways we can disrupt, especially from one safe therapeutic molecule, the better! Here is the new news;
Structural basis of anti-SARS-CoV-2 activity of HCQ: specific binding to N protein to disrupt its interaction with nucleic acids and LLPS
Great efforts have led to successfully developing the spike-based vaccines but challenges still exist to completely terminate the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. SARS-CoV-2 nucleocapsid (N) protein plays the essential roles in almost all key steps of the viral life cycle, thus representing a top drug target. Almost all key functions of N protein including liquid-liquid phase separation (LLPS) depend on its capacity in interacting with nucleic acids. Therefore, only the variants with their N proteins functional in binding nucleic acids might survive and spread in evolution and indeed, the residues critical for binding nucleic acids are highly conserved. Very recently, hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) was shown to prevent the transmission in a large-scale clinical study in Singapore but so far, no specific SARS-CoV-2 protein was experimentally identified to be targeted by HCQ. Here by NMR, we unambiguously decode that HCQ specifically binds NTD and CTD of SARS- CoV-2 N protein with Kd of 112.1 and 57.1 μM respectively to inhibit their interaction with nucleic acid, as well as to disrupt LLPS essential for the viral life cycle. Most importantly, HCQ-binding residues are identical in SARS-CoV-2 variants and therefore HCQ is likely effective to them all. The results not only provide a structural basis for the anti-SARS-CoV-2 activity of HCQ, but also renders HCQ to be the first known drug capable of targeting LLPS. Furthermore, the unique structure of the HCQ-CTD complex decodes a promising strategy for further design of better anti-SARS-CoV-2 drugs from HCQ. Therefore, HCQ is a promising candidate to help terminate the pandemic.
Don’t throw away that HCQ!
My thinking now is take both IVM and HCQ at first signs of sickness. Hesitate a bit about the azithromycin because don’t want to perturb my gut microbiome but suppose I would go ahead and take if not improving after a day or two.
What do others think?
Why wait until something happens?
I had an opportunity to think about this on the weekend when my son announced his throat was sore and he was sneezing and blowing his nose a lot.
The Covid test came back negative. But I was sitting there with my headache thinking, “I have these items on hand and Ive been taking my Vitamin D and Zinc. Maybe I should just take this thing head on?
I ended up taking HCQ because I couldnt figure out what the benefit of letting the virus replicate further would be…
Then I took Ivm because I couldn’t figure the benefit of letting virus debris and spike proteins run wild…
So Im kind of like Debu in that Im hesitant to mess with antibiotics until Im at least certain I have Covid.
Also, I have a “summer headcold” right now that Im pretty sure aint Covid. I bet a lot of people will have summer headcolds soon.
My reasoning for not taking IVM/HCQ prophylactically, FWIW, is that I live in a low risk area for CV19, my supply of both drugs is limited and I strongly prefer not to take pharmaceuticals of any kind if possible.
I would start prophylaxis if local situation got dicey or I thought I had been at exposure risk.