My Pfizer side effects

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  • Fri, Jun 04, 2021 - 08:21pm

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    karenf

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    My Pfizer side effects

Has Chris mentioned that taking Ivermectin would help with Covid side effects?  Is this true that it could help?

Thanks I appreciate everyone’s thoughts.

Karen

Chris is generally into Dr Kory and the FLCCC Docs.   Their website has protocols for prophylaxis, actual covid (including in hospital), and they have published some long haul stuff as well.

Dr Kory has spoken about treating people having bad vaccine side effects with Ivermectin but nothing is written down so far as I know.

  • Fri, Jun 04, 2021 - 10:35pm

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    nordicjack

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    My Pfizer side effects

Anyone noticing psychological changes in family members after vaccine?  I have noted some with a relative.  They seem more complacent, docile, less emotional. Will-less even.   I wouldn’t quite describe it as depression, maybe more like apathy.   Its not usual for this individual.   It is very unsettling, it almost feels like we lost this person.

  • Fri, Jun 04, 2021 - 11:45pm

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    Hohhot

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    A possible supportive treatment

No shot. I have had a prolonged reaction to another type of Pharma assault via an IV fluoroquinolone. The commonalities between them are that they alter DNA and affect GABA receptors.  Low GABA explains the panicky feeling and brain fog.  I suspect the “vaccine” also causes an overload of glutamate (excitatory neurochemical) as it crosses blood brain barrier. High glutamate explains the akathisia some have filmed. Glutamate may also contribute to the Bell’s palsy, etc.

Glutamate can cause psychological issues like brain fog, memory loss, chronic insomnia and depersonalization/derealization. DP/DR are some of the horrors for anyone coming off of benzodiazepines, sleep aids, or any anti-depressants. The supportive treatment there needs to be long term as it takes time to rebuild receptors and balance the neuro chemicals. I would apply the same logic to injected folks.

The common pseudo amino acid Taurine greatly reduces glutamate. If you buy it in bulk powder, dirt cheap.  The things I write about are all proven via scientific studies so just go to PubMed.com and query a topic.  I’m not doing all your homework.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/?term=taurine%20reduces%20glutamate

It was given to mice who later had induced strokes, and they recovered with virtually no residuals. It has been used very successfully to inhibit seizures. Taurine greatly reduces akathisia in sufficient doses. *There is no known overdose amount, but it can lower blood sugar due to affect on Isle of Langerhans cells in pancreas so take with food.  Taurine is protective to the brain and spinal cord, heart muscle, and can even reverse diabetic retinopathy.

Something else to watch for is high histamine levels. This is very common in those tapering above meds or for someone with an adverse reaction to drugs. Remember that sudden anaphylaxis is a “side effect” of the injections.  ADE hyper-reaction to CV19 exposure is partially histamine dependent.  Vitamin C in large doses is the greatest natural anti-histamine.  Quercitin and vitamin A are also very helpful.

*Not medical advice- you’re adults, you can choose.  Based on my experiences with low mitcochondrial activity/ and other neuro effects from the fluoroquinolone, I highly recommend taurine with large doses of Liposomal vitamin C should you get the injections just to hedge your bets.

If you’ve had no reactions after taking it, good for you, but others may not be so fortunate. Plus as with Fluoroquinolone damage, the effects may not be evident until 6-12months later due to DNA changes. With FQ,  people can get unexplained Achilles tendon ruptures/ joint injuries from collagen breakdown as their first symptom.

“Fluoroquinolones, which perform their bactericidal effect by inhibiting DNA gyrase (a type II topoisomerase), are known to interfere with certain immune functions. Ciprofloxacin and other quinolones at >20 µg/ml inhibit peripheral blood lymphocyte (PBL) cell growth by 30 to 35%, causing impaired cell cycle progression through the S phase. Cell cycle analysis thus indicates DNA synthesis to be inhibited by fluoroquinolones at these concentrations.”

https://fqresearch.org/dna-damage-fluoroquinolones/

 

Yeah, I could see the lesson here being, “People give in”.

Doesn’t bode well for the future though.  I’ve had this image of the west being full of spoiled children for some time now.  Maybe after all those years of national holidays celebrating our steadfastness against tyranny, it turns out everyone thought the guy next to him was gonna take care of things when the time came.

  • Wed, Jun 16, 2021 - 03:21am

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    Rootman

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    My Pfizer side effects

Yesterday my 2nd shot. Now just some pain in the arm. The only reason I took the vaxxx is for the passport. I will only get this in a month or so, unless EU bureaucracy delays it some more.  Since I want to move to Spain I need as few restrictions as possible.  I still think vaccination is a lot less dangerous than getting covid, thus find the risk acceptible given my personal requirements.

 

If I get neuro symptoms again (including crippling fatigue) I will stop it with an ivermectin treatment (dr Kory’s method) and a 2 week course of my Artemisia annua brew.  If anything interesting occurs, I will follow up the reporting.

  • Wed, Jun 16, 2021 - 07:23am   (Reply to #16)

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    Kat43

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    My Pfizer side effects

Neuro symptoms/crippling fatigue suggests to me brain impact, for which I would consider fluvoxamine as being more effective than IVM.  Good luck!

  • Sun, Jun 20, 2021 - 12:25am

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    Rootman

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    My Pfizer side effects

The only effects this time around were a crazy amount of need for coma- like sleep. 2 first days no change, day 3 18 hrs of sleep, day 4 15, day 5 10, and now more or less normal, with almost normal amounts of energy.  So I left my ivermectine in its blister and will resume my usual schedule after the weekend.

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