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I found this article about upregulation of Hepcidin, malaria and iron:
I’m a layman, so I only looked for words: but it does seem that Hepcidin is upregulated and that iron is accumulated in macrophages.
Thanks for the very detailed information. For my information: is iron disregulation also occuring in persons with malaria?
Green tea rocks!
Check out Artemisinin.
I can’t be sure as you only get tested when you are admitted to the hospital, but last week I would as down with a “corona-like” flu: suddenly fever, very tired, nagging headache, spontaneously sneezing, sore throat and a coughing.
So we decided I would self-isolate (in our case staying in bedroom, and only leaving it with mask and gloves). We immediately started with a three day “hammer” approach:
- 3x per day 20.000 IU vitamine d3
- vitamine C till bowel tolerance (with orange juice for the flavonoids)
- zinc (50mcg) & selenium
- 3x per day NAC + glutathione
- 4x per day spoon with elderberry sirup (yuk)
the 4th and 5th day I returned to normal amounts of C, D3 and zinc (25mcg). Within a day the sore throat disappeared. Sneezing was gone on day two, coughing became somewhat productive. I did have a slight pressure in my lungs. On day three fever was gone, more energy. Found that some herb tea with camomile also helped.
The weird thing though: during the 3rd and 4th day I would feel not so well in the afternoon, doing a simple vitamin d3 check by pressing with a finger on my chest bone suggested a vitamine d3 shortage. 10 minutes after an extra dose, this was ok again: in other words, this suggests to me that this “weird” flu depleted vitamin d3 like crazy.
It could of course be a normal flu, or, worst case, a mild version of HB-19. So, I do not know what illness I had, nor if it really helped, but the “protocol” did not kill me, and, considering the recovery rate of people within my environment I’m tempted to conclude that the duration of the recovery was halved.
Btw I’m a 55 year old male.
Nope, no loss of smell.
Thanks! I forwarded this to a friend with HB-19 symptoms. I’ll post his answer here.
I think it was decided here to call it HB-19: Honey Badger 19. After seeing the video that Chris posted, most, if not all agreed that this is the most appropriate name. Because the Spanish flu did not originate in Spain, we can name this virus anyway we want, as long as we do not follow the clowns of the WHO (I thought that I had saved the link to the article where Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that the biggest thread was fake news; unfortunately I can not find it anymore).