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I know that Dr. DeMello, from India recommends colchicine, as a powerful anti-inflamitory, about 3 days ahead of the shot and about 5 days after the shot. I think his typical treatment dose is 1 to 2 mgs per day.
Not to highjack post, but responding to
Here is a very good version of what does what we all want, and I think is just “off the shelf.”
An ability to quickly follow threads, all threads by title, track responses to posts we’ve made so we can stay in the conversation, use tags so that content is searchable, have basic categories of posts which guide browsing to subject matter, and a good searchable quality.
It also is directly linked to its own “Wiki” which is permanent, curated reference material, accessed on a tab upper left. The two link easily back and forth.
This version is outdated, so the host is undergoing a big project to redo/update, but I am sure there is a similar product out there they’re working to go into.
You don’t see all the features unless you sign up, which like PP is free.
Heads-up web folks here at PP!!
Thanks for taking this from a non-paying member who would be more interested to pay if we had a good interface here.
That is a great read. Thank you.
And as you say, perhaps important to many. Make ’em fire you and during the process cite to them your specific legal complaints and objections.
This video may have some bearing for you. Breaks down risks of the two main types of vaccines by age and gender:
Here is a great podcast recently with Kory, Chetty, Cole, and Urso. You scroll down a little. Some listening and you could add a lot to your personal kit. I am adding the black seed, per study:
Please pardon me jumping in on this thread.
Power is also an issue. Costs a lot for batteries which go dead after a few years, and solar. Generators are noisy. If you can access line power this is great. Wire costs are high for a long run from a neighbors. Code issues with power company if you by a lot: will they tap the line, if you don’t have a permitted structure?
Same with water. Some folks just haul water in jugs. Others want a tank, and can pay for loads of water. Then there can be freezing issues in those lines.
In short, it will always take you some large effort to what you’re talking about in my opinion, and the more “infrastructure” you have in place the less work it will take.
A used trailer or motorized RV is an ideal cheap home, as a starter, but attend to:
Mildew in walls. You want to find one which has never leaked. Use a probe in the far reaches inside like back of cabinets, closets.
If you can find something you like, then seal the hell out of the roof.
Water is a problem, because there generally aren’t any eves. Which makes window leaks also an issue. So windows should be sealed.
Then there is condensation as source of rot and mildew on the inside. Consider a good roof fan, and good heating source, like a wood stove (properly heat-shielded). Don’t use propane unless there is exterior venting of the combustates. Dickson makes interesting versions, which can work without the electric for the fan part. (with or without). https://smallhomesandsolar.com/products/dickinson-marine-newport-p12000-propane-fireplace-heater
Then there is floor/heat loss, freeze-ups for pipes etc. If you live anywhere it is cold, skirt the trailer. Insulation is less important for this than a tight seal to ground.
Frozen water pipes: Some folks in winter just “dry camp” draining their plumbing (important) and using jug water for bucket showers (you can get a 30 dollar submersable pump for a 5 gallon bucket with shower head).
Trailers are nice for longer term set up, because you can hire someone to haul, and you don’t have an engine to fail/maintain. Finding one without previous leaks is difficult.
For do it yourself home, consider a pre-made shipping container. Outfits will cut door and window holes, instal, blow foam insulation in. Or just by a 50K stick built “tiny home.” All options will have living restrictions with local land use, so do your research before deciding:
Can you live in an RV trailer for “part of the year?”
Can you have a tiny home?
Can you have two smaller units (like 250 square foot) which are “not living spaces” instead of one, and have this be legal? What makes it a living space? Perhaps electricity to grid, and a drain hole for shower is not a living space.
Does legal matter to you, or importantly to your neighbors or passersby who may report you?
I’ve lived in a 1200$ trailer in the back of a friend’s house in town for 10 years, using her toilet, with electric, and internet, and running water. I also rebuilt a vintage trailer with floor heat, wood stove, etc which I now live in, again, in back yard. Neither set up is “approved” but I am careful. These are in a town where “tiny homes” are not approved. But an RV can be parked, and ‘not lived in.” 🙂
The trailer is 37 feet long, big enough to be a fine tiny home, and I will probably eventually move out to land nearby, for more quiet. But I’ll do it very mindful of what might get me reported…
You might find this discussion reassuring:
I think most clinicians would say that whether you get the native infection before or after you get vaccinated, with the infection, you’re building a more robust immune response, because you’ve gotten stimulated twice. Both is better than one or the other, and infection is apparently better than the vax. Basically heard this as summary by Dr. Been.