What is the ultimate prophylactic cocktail? A thread to collect evidence
Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying, husband and wife PhD evolutionary biologists, are some of my favorite STEM-oriented public intellectuals after our own Dr. Chris. This already has 1.5M views!
I am sorry to post this here, but running Whonix/Tor, Cloudflare will not allow me to start a new forum topic. Apparently they want to know my ip address. I am sure I could post a new topic using another OS and browser, but I don’t like giving up my address as it can become a starting point for a lot of things. So I will post it here as a reply.
I have been taking Vitamin C for many decades in addition to a few other vitamins. Linus Pawling was one of only four people who have won the Nobel Prize twice, and that was back when the Nobel Prize actually meant something. At times I would bring his name up if discussing Vitamin C and this may have prompted a family member to send me this article from the BBC a few years ago. I suppose the old adage “moderation in all things” is a pretty good general rule, but this article looks suspiciously like a hit piece.
From the article:
“For Linus Pauling, it all started to go wrong when he changed his breakfast routine. In 1964, at the age of 65, he started adding vitamin C to his orange juice in the morning. It was like adding sugar to Coca Cola, and he believed – wholeheartedly, sometimes vehemently – that it was a good thing.”
“Over the years, vitamin C, and many other dietary supplements, have found little backing from scientific study. In fact, with every spoonful of supplement he added to his orange juice, Pauling was more likely harming rather than helping his body. His ideas have not just proven to be wrong, but ultimately dangerous.”
“Linus Pauling was largely unaware of the fact that his own ideas could be fatal. In 1994, before the publication of many of the large-scale clinical trials, he died of prostate cancer. Vitamin C certainly wasn’t the cure-all that he cantankerously claimed it was up until his last breath.”
So I guess the old fool finally did himself in with prostate cancer. But Alex! You failed to mention in the article that he was 93 1/2 when he died!! Which is very likely a much longer life than you or most will live!
So folks, I guess the official message is: Stop the vitamins, stay away from the horse paste, and get your inoculation. You might as well, you’re going to have to anyway.
I will share what I take on a daily basis:
After high risk exposure:
Listerine Cool Mint rinse
Oil of Oregano
Considering / looking at:
St. John’s Wort
Greetings from a new Peak Prosperity member! I’ve read through all of the posts in this wonderful thread, but did not see mention of Lysine, except for Vega’s in the reply above.
Some supporting documents for Lysine as a prophylaxis in the links below:
@vega Careful with taking vitamin A daily, it’s not as flexible in dosing as the others.
Below is from the intrepid Covid19crusher. He/She is great a distilling the early treatment wisdom. My opinion is that we are seeing many substances that can and do interfere with the lipid layer that acts to envelop a virus like SARS-CoV2. Soaps, and almost anything that can have a surfactant-like effect, can do this.
Another nasal spray successful in vitro and in vivo against Sars-Cov-2.
With more than a dozen nasal sprays showing efficacy, it is clear that the virus is a bit of a sitting duck when in the upper airways.
If only health authorities could take note…https://t.co/yZaSPtADRC
— Covid19Crusher (@Covid19Crusher) September 22, 2021
Flccc has added Curcumin and Nigella Sativa to their protocol:
Curcumin (turmeric) 500 mg 2 x daily for 14 days
Nigella Sativa 80 mg/kg daily for 14 days
Honey 1 gram/kg daily for 14 days
Glad to hear they added those. However, they still need to add magnesium. Upwards of 70% of Americans are likely low. ATP is not biologically active without it. ATP is used by the lungs for oxygen-sensing, nerve conduction, blood glucose regulation, muscle relaxation, and a boatload of other functions.
I agree, tbp.
Just as with zinc and selenium, gotta be careful not to get too much (too easy to go toxic on it).
Quercitin can be taken with the zinc since it is the ionophore to help it get into the cell. Vitamin D does turn on a protein in our bodies that also acts like an ionophore, though, too (magnesium is necessary for the D to work right).
I have read that taking glutathione orally is not particularly effective as it is not well-absorbed. Supporting its synthesis is a better aim. The NAC is a precursor for the glutathione. Taking a small bit of selenium will help support the synthesis of glutathione, but I’d consider this only when you’re starting to feel ill. Airborne has a small amount. Or, consider only taking like 1 – 100mg capsule. People with Hashimoto’s can probably take it slightly more frequently–like 1x/week or 1x/every two weeks since it is important for thyroid hormone synthesis.
If you take selenium, consider letting your doctor know (as well as the vitamin A) so it can be monitored.