Hi Prosperity family,
Chris always names a couple of supplements in his videos, right now a buddy of mine got corona and i need to know which supplements can be helpful does anybody got a link or a list of those supplements Chris talks about ?
Here’s the EVMS protocol that is Chris’ favorite.
Good luck to your friend!
Thanks Suzie – yes, that’s my favorite.
I just put this into today’s video which shall premier tonight at 7:00 pm (about 45 minutes from now).
The critical key is the Ivermectin. Get it and get it fast. Minimum of 0.2mg/kg for 2 days.
To the EVMS protocol I add a couple of things, as seen in this screenshot from the future (+45 min from now :))
Chris also talks about preparing the terrain. Really need to do stuff in advance.. especially the vitamin d. Though vitamin d is also important while you are sick.. even more so. Probiotics and the whole gut biome plays a roll in immunity. Avoid alcohol and sugary foods while sick. It will suppress immunity.
B6, B1 have seemed to implicated in cytokine storm.. as has vitamin d.. so those are givens while sick. and of course vitamin c.. a couple grams a day sounds in order.
We have talked about the “cant be mentioned stuff” that can be taken early. and alternatively the zinc and quercetin.
I would think you can try other immune boosters like thymus gland. Some people think colloidal silver could be nebulized and helpful. it may work more like antibiotic to prevent pneumonia. And finally you can try some broad spectrum anti-microbial herbs, olive leaf, garlic, oregano oil. perhaps we should eat some Italian food.. lol.
But for me personally, Id throw in something to thin the blood. garlic is there , as is that thing we dont mention, lecithin, and fish or flax oil.
Other dietary blood thinners include ginger, turmeric and garlic.
Thanks, Chris for your latest video.
I want to emphasize what Chris said about getting your blood work done. I was supplementing with B12 and discovered through blood work that I was way overdoing it. If your doctor won’t order blood work for you, you can do it yourself through Ulta Lab Tests as long as you have a Quest patient center in your area. I discovered that it’s cheaper for me to get blood work through them than it is for me to get it through my healthcare.gov plan.
By doing this I am also able to track where in the process I really start noticing a difference in my well-being. For example, I know now that when my vitamin D levels are above 40, I feel substantially better.
I literally keep an Excel spreadsheet with all of this information so I can track this over time.
You can order a kit from vitamin d association , or even on amazon. and send it in . Just a finger prick.. spot test.
@ez, I believe cinnamon can be added to the list of blood thinners as well.
Non pharmaceutical blood thinners can be quite potent and need some care and respect, in my experience; green tea (loose leaf, different types have varying potency), vit E, and aspirin are the big ones I always asked about; and I have witnessed someone who completely anti coagulated himself with those three (he came in to the emerg peeing blood, was discharged with no other problems after 3 days of tests).