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    What’s It Like To Have Covid-19? An Infected Doctor Speaks

    Chris interviews Dr. Glenn DeSandre who is still recovering from the virus
    by Adam Taggart

    Wednesday, July 22, 2020, 10:37 AM

What’s it like to actually have covid-19?

On today’s video, Chris interviews Dr. Glenn DeSandre who is still recovering from the virus.

While his case didn’t require hospitalization, Dr. DeSandre emphasizes it’s something you do not want to get. It’s not like the flu or a particularly bad cold — it’s something much worse.

What makes this interview particularly interesting is Chris’ ability to really dive into the medical aspects with Dr. DeSandre, who is able to describe his experience more clinically than the average coronavirus sufferer:

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  • Wed, Jul 22, 2020 - 11:20am

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    Island girl

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    latest on HCQ from Dr. Harvey Risch - Yale School of Epidemiology

    Dr. Risch has published a study.

    Here's a press release where he explains early use in simple language

    https://medicine.yale.edu/news-article/25085/

    Here is the accepted manuscript

    https://academic.oup.com/aje/article/doi/10.1093/aje/kwaa093/5847586

     

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  • Wed, Jul 22, 2020 - 2:06pm

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    Frederick Burbach

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    YEARLY FLU SEASON DEATHS

    WHO, 14 December 2017,  News release, GENEVA
    Up to 650 000 deaths annually are associated with respiratory diseases from seasonal influenza, according to new estimates by the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (US-CDC), the World Health Organization and global health partners.
    The CV-19 Reality?
    Considering that the number of CV-19 deaths (615,000) are grossly overstated with people dying of underlying health concerns and openly false reporting is it possible to state the real severity of the pandemic? In San Diego they studied about 200 reported CV-19 deaths and found that less than a quarter of them actually died from CV-19. In Canada 90% of the cases are for people over 60 years old and that 95% of the deaths are for people with underlying health concerns.

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  • Wed, Jul 22, 2020 - 2:50pm

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    Age related

    Chris,

    Your presentation of that data about the age groupings of hispanics in the CDC data was a bit misleading. You said (something like) "more Hispanic people died who were under the age of 65" but more than what? It kind of implied "more than those who were over 65" which is completely false (about a third of deaths were of under 65 people, so two thirds were over 65).

    Also, you presented that graphing of HCQ use, or not, with not explanations of how it was collated and why those particular countries were chosen. I have no way of knowing if it was completely fake data or if the missing countries (another 150 or so) would have made the graph look very different.

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  • Wed, Jul 22, 2020 - 4:27pm

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    Not the flu

    Frederick Burbach, flu deaths are a guess, using modeling, not actual counts. There has been much written about this (for example, this Scientific American article) and there is no way you can take the estimate you quoted and reasonably compare it to Covid-19 deaths, especially as you try to skew the Covid-19 deaths by claiming, without evidence, that they are grossly overstated. There is an equal body of opinion which states they are grossly understated.

    It is what it is. Covid-19 is a potentially deadly or debilitating disease that spreads rapidly if no measures are taken to slow its spread. It can overwhelm health systems if the spread is not slowed. This can lead to additional deaths.

    In addition, you try to minimise the deaths that you acknowledge are occurring, as though the factors you cite are of no concern.

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  • Wed, Jul 22, 2020 - 5:32pm

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    dying of underlying health concerns and openly false reporting

    Frederick,

    Fully agree. Here's a link exploring the C19 craziness by some really smart guys. It puts C19 into perspective. Lots of politics being played, and lots of $ being made, off C19. The Narrative is in full swing.

     

     

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  • Wed, Jul 22, 2020 - 8:41pm

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    Agreed it's not the flu

    Sofistek is right that there are people arguing both sides, that the reported deaths are being intentionally understated and that the deaths are being grossly overstated.

    Ask yourself this.  Who in their right mind would willingly do permanent damage to and ultimately collapse the world economies by fabricating a pandemic?

    If it's a major global pandemic, people die and the world economies collapse.  If it's a fabricated pandemic, fewer people die and the world economies collapse.

    Until I can figure out how some group benefits extremely long term from scamming a pandemic, I can't go down that rabbit hole.

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  • Wed, Jul 22, 2020 - 10:29pm

    DaveDD

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    Covid Deaths

    Hi Frederick,

    It’s always good to be critical imo. At this monent it is impossible to compare the  numbers because the flu deaths are over a full year, the covid deaths are over 7 months. With five more months to go @5k-7.5k deaths per day, the full tally would be between 1.3 million and 1.8 million deaths worldwide. This is of course assuming that things will not get worse this autumn. Assuming 20% herd immunity threshold, and 0.1%-0.6%IRF, we could expect anything between 1.4 million and 8million deaths at yearend.

    Furthermore, as sofistek pointed out, the number of flu deaths are guestimates, and therefore suffer from the same issues as Covids 19 deaths.

    - if we take out the US numbers, as these are the corrupted ones due to financial incentives to miscount, the total death count now is around 500k WW, we could therefore expect somewhere between 1.1million and 1.6million @ yearend

    - assuming now that all institutions are ran by incompetent boneheads, overcounting the corona deaths 100%, and assuming furthermore that the flu models are accurate, at yearend the tally would be between 550k and 800k deaths. Which would place it at equal level or above the flu in 2017, which was a severe flu year. If however things will get worse next autumn, these calculations will be underestimates.

    Am I in favor of strickt lockdowns now? I was in favor of lockdowns beginning this year, but now we know more. Now I think we do not need lockdowns (yet) considering the fact that outdoor transmission is unlikely, ionophores + zinc, high doses of vitamin C etc etc do work. If everyone wears mouthmasks inside public buildings, if people self-isolate when ill (free corona testing, government assistance for rent/mortage).

    Based on this autumn I might need to change my opinion (not that it has any influence). People and MSM compare covid19 with the Spanish flu and decide covid19 is nothing like the Spanish flu. What they forget is that there were three waves, two fell in the same year. The spring wave was comparable with the normal flu, most deaths however fell within the second wave that winter.

    Do we know for sure that this scenario will not repeat? I personally prepared for that scenario because however unlikely I think that it is, it is not impossible. The cost of preparation (extra vitamin C, immune regulating substances etc), outweigh the downside.  For me it is a rational, emotionless decision, a calculation as you will. I personally couldn’t care less about what experts, leaders doomsayers etc claim what will happen.

    As for the economic and societal fallout, the s would have htf anyway, corona was just a catalyst.

    Grts, Dave

     

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  • Wed, Jul 22, 2020 - 11:42pm

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    Really?

    If you can’t at least come up with a theory to answer that question, you’re not paying attention.

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  • Thu, Jul 23, 2020 - 2:28am

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    Dying of vs. dying WITH C19

    Hey guys,

    The dying of vs. dying with a positive C19 test distinction, in my mind, speaks loudest to a common sense level set of "how bad is this thing?"

    You may have seen the recent coverage of the fatal motorcycle crash deemed a C19 cause of death (!).  Its an extreme example of a labeling misnomer, but beyond that, you have predominantly very sick, very old, and/or very unhealthy folks for which C19 becomes a last touch attribution factor for why they met a severe or dire outcome.

    Do I want to get it?  Heck no.  But after ~5 months of this, common sense hammers home (to me at least) that the whole thing isnt as bad as early trajectory may have suggested for the the vast majority.  It would be great to see all of the landscape data - deaths, hospitalizations, duration of illness - re-plotted for solely otherwise healthy people who encountered acute adverse outcomes vs. the broader population of sick/old/unhealthy for whom C19 was the last in a long list of confirmed negative health criteria.

    Rambling way of saying the numbers feel so distorted.  As so many of us make life decisions about where we live, careers, schools for our kids, finances etc...  how much of all the hysteria is sick people getting sicker vs. a killer disease taking out otherwise healthy population?

    The data feels overblown, but time and history will tell.  My $0.02 just trying to make sense of it all.

     

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  • Thu, Jul 23, 2020 - 3:46am

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    Catching Covid Again?

    Hey Chris,  I wonder about your thoughts on this article  that just came out in the NY Times arguing that the "2nd" case of Covid that some people are experiencing is actually the original case that was never fully cleared and that it is highly unlikely people can be reinfected so quickly?  I'm wondering if this virus just takes a really long time to clear the system completely even if people  are testing negative.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/22/health/covid-antibodies-herd-immunity.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage

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  • Thu, Jul 23, 2020 - 3:47am

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    This Virus is very compelling...

    ...and yet I am so sick of thinking about it every day yet persevere for obvious reasons. For me, I'm with you, I will do all I can to NOT get this beast.

    The Doctor was a really good interview. That the Doctors husband couldn't enjoy his wine was and is a travesty so it sure was nice that his husband did get his taste and smell back. I'm sorry I found it funny that "she has to only mix the bad wine"...I think you missed the he and she connection. LOL

    I believe you have saved many illnesses and lives with your fabulous coverage of the Corona Virus. It must be a rush to know this. Saving one life is heroism in my opinion.

    I was an umpire for many years and loved it. I was known as "the book" because I believe in rules and just about could quote them from the baseball rules book and tell you what page to find them on. Without rules, chaos are my thoughts so I took no guff while umpiring and never had many incidences. I would just kick out of the game anyone who went too far. I was THE umpire who did the tough games for the league because I took control of the game from the very instant we met at home plate with the managers. In one game and early on in a game where two teams had just played a tough game where the fans got silly and was why the league sent me to this game because it decided who the champion was for this district. In the first inning I ran a white fan for getting just a little crazy, then went to the public address mic and told all fans if they didn't just sit and enjoy their kids I would send them all home or give the game to the visitors and I would call the game. The fans on both sides of the field stood and applauded me and not one more thing happened but good, clean baseball for the rest of the game. Anyways, I had just finished my game and was headed for a Gatorade at the concession stand and ran into a 7 year old girl asking me for help, her sister was choking on some candy. Her sister was indeed in trouble having as I found out lodged a giant jaw breaker in her throat so I did what I knew, the Heimlich maneuver and it flew out! No one noticed but the girls and they were so happy. Claiming me a hero and no one knew, for that I was happy. Sometimes in life you get gifted these moments and I was totally in awe of my feelings after having done this. Good stuff so feel very good about what you have done Chris.

    Evie is having her effects on you. Great shirts today, tell me she bought them for you. Some of your looks make you look, well, the colors are colors you shouldn't wear. These Black shirts today is a great look for you. I'm not vain either but, you have to wear a shirt so make it one that helps instead of doesn't for your particular color. Barb took over years ago what my colors were best for me and she was right so I go with the shoppers for their expertise and that's usually the Lady's. Got to look good to feel good after all.

    Peace

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  • Thu, Jul 23, 2020 - 5:12am

    LesPhelps

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    Really

    Enlighten me.

    Who benefits enough to potentially throwing the world into a depression that may persist indefinitely?

    If you’re thinking about the Fed, bankers and Uber Fitch, that stops working when they finish collapsing the fiat currencies.

    Hey, the global warming crowd is benefiting! Emissions are way down. Perhaps I was wrong. They may be behind,this.

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  • Thu, Jul 23, 2020 - 8:59am

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    A story from someone in Covid ICU

    https://vimeo.com/437942887

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  • Thu, Jul 23, 2020 - 9:46am

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    efficacy of masks

    I've seen several studies indicating that masks don't work and I can't see where the studies are necessarily wrong.  However, I stand by what appears to be the common sense that everyone would be better keeping their own germs close by and maybe fending off some of the other persons germs.

    https://www.rcreader.com/commentary/masks-dont-work-covid-a-review-of-science-relevant-to-covide-19-social-policy

     

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  • Thu, Jul 23, 2020 - 11:05am

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    PCR tests don't make a difference between active and non-active Sars-CoV-2 virusses

    An Israëli professor says the epidemic is over in his country and that the tests are detecting non-active virusses now, which would explain why the new cases rise (more testing) but the hospitalisations don't follow: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdmeujz5jcg&feature=share&fbclid=IwAR1zwMcjdNg2y0-S1wpJ6Ezk5X1yUkD6i153gbMK1OdfS-DZuwbhrVX56PM

    And if these four coronavirusses all remain active during summer (at low level) that could explain why people still show symptoms.

    Who knows ? Interesting though that PCR-tests would also be positive with non active virusses...Would like to know if this is correct.

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  • Thu, Jul 23, 2020 - 11:45am

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    They aren't wrong

    From the studies I've read masks move the probability of infection vs time curve to the right somewhat.  You can spend a little more time together before one is likely to transmit the virus to another.

    Masks do not replace social distancing.

    They do not make indoor spaces safe.

    Outdoor use is completely pointless unless you are talking face to face with someone for 15 minutes straight.  Of course most people remove their masks in this one situation where it could help.

    The problem is people think poorly ventilated or air conditioned indoor spaces are safe, and they don't have to social distance if everyone is wearing masks.  It wouldn't surprise me if, in real life, masks actually increase transmission rates.

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  • Thu, Jul 23, 2020 - 1:36pm

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    Standard Covid 19 treatment

    I asked my US-based primary care physician what the procedure would be if I were to suspect I had COVID. This is the response:

    As far as COVID-19 treatment at his point it is based on severity of symptoms - if someone is ill enough to require inpatient care they are using an anti-viral called remdesivir sometimes with the steroid dexamethasone and/or convalescant plasma infusions, if someone has mild symptoms not requiring hospital care the treatment is supportive similar to other viral illnesses at this point, perhaps an oral anti-viral will be available in the future.

     

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  • Thu, Jul 23, 2020 - 2:27pm

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    Saw this about what is going on in China with the virus

    also there is considerable flooding of much farm land in China and serious issues with the 3 gorges dam.
    this is getting interesting.

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  • Thu, Jul 23, 2020 - 4:07pm

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    Has Anyone Heard from George who said he had COVID a while ago;;?;Just wanting to check on him....

    Hi George

    If you are reading this, how are you doing?

    I have been looking for you in the blog but have not seen you writing in of late.

    Maybe I missed it but was wondering how you are doing now.

    Kindest wishes

    M

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  • Thu, Jul 23, 2020 - 7:52pm

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    KSS said:

    Just came across this from PubMed...what does it mean??

    "5G Technology and induction of coronavirus in skin cells"

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32668870/

     

     

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  • Thu, Jul 23, 2020 - 7:52pm

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    How am I doing. Spanish Needle Tincture

    Having tested positive 1 week ago I have skin in the game now. The corporate coward Drs. wont prescribe ANYTHING. While those idiots are waiting for double blind studies, I have run with the antimalarial route. Not having HCQ readily available I went with Spanish Needle Tincture (Bidens Pilosi)  I am not making the name up. That is the latin name. Bidens Pilosi. 

    It has been used in south america as an antimalarial and Jamaica as an antiparasitic. It is also a blood thinner. Grows as a weed in all temparate zones including the USA. 

    I and my wife have been taking 1TBL spoon 3x daily for 1 week with azithro and zinc and we are reversing symptoms and getting better. 

    THIS IS REAL and no one seems to care. 

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  • Thu, Jul 23, 2020 - 9:10pm

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    Lifelong effects of viral diseases

    One of the chief rebuttals to "it's just the flu" is that for some people there is long-lasting severe damage to one or more body systems.

    It occurs to me that for at least some people, there presumably are long-lasting health effects of ordinary flu.  Does anyone know of a compendium of what is known about this?  Has it already been discussed in previous comments?

    This comparison seems to have obvious relevance to the claims that Covid-19 is not significantly more dangerous than flu.  If long-term effects of flu are known to be less common or less severe, the documentation should help some of those who are misinformed.

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  • Thu, Jul 23, 2020 - 11:49pm

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    Bidens pilosa

    Hi Roland, man , you rock!

    Good for you. Fyi: all known anti-malaria substances are (aspecific) metal chelators. Some scientists consider ionophores as a subset of chelators.

    If interested: just google “malaria chelators”. There are many unknowns, so it doesn’t make sense to add links here, but antimalaria substances seem to  affect the course of illnesses and virus infections (in vitro: some cancers, HVP, Epstein-Barr).

    Grts, Dave.

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  • Fri, Jul 24, 2020 - 4:56am

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    Spanish Needle Tincture

    Great experiment you are doing....Can you point to anyone else using this or any info that shows success against Covid? Would like to study this more. Thanks so much for sharing and sincerely wish you the best as you fight this beast.

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  • Fri, Jul 24, 2020 - 8:32am

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    marti61 said:

    Bidens is an invasive weed, for sure. My wife will not grow it in the garden, actually, we have it all around in Kansas if you know what it looks like. we are growing some in a pot, just because. Also recomended by Stephen Buhner, as part of the CVS mixture, along with japanese knotweed etc. etc. We have been taking 3X a day as well. Possibly as preventative, or maybe that cold is something else, who knows?

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  • Fri, Jul 24, 2020 - 8:48am

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    Thanks MKI - PANDA (Pandemic Data & Analytics) podcast

    Frederick,

    Fully agree. Here's a link exploring the C19 craziness by some really smart guys. It puts C19 into perspective. Lots of politics being played, and lots of $ being made, off C19. The Narrative is in full swing.

     

    Thanks MKI - this was a really good listen.  For any that haven't checked it out, it's a discussion among South African (and Irish?) epidemiologists/virologists about the fallacies of some of the COVID responses, especially ongoing responses.  They'd make great guests for a PP podcast - seem to be very in line with PP's willingness to question standard narratives.

    From their website:

    PANDA was founded to challenge the groupthink that permeates the global response to Covid-19. This response to the Covid-19 “Panic Pandemic” has been founded on counterknowledge : misinformation packaged to look like fact. We face not a virus, but a pandemic of credulous thinking and action.

    We are fortunate to live in an era where the techniques and the data are available to evaluate the truth or falsehood of claims. History will reflect with astonishment at the goings on in 2020, we cannot wait for that inevitable outcome. We challenge for rationality in the here and now.

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  • Fri, Jul 24, 2020 - 9:26am

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    Rolandrock said:

    All i can do is report MY findings. I happen to have 400ml around because I have cured myself and others of serious blood poisoning conditions with this amazing plant. It happens to have antimalarial, antiviral, and anticoagulant properties along with SYSTEMIC antibiotic components. 

    I am FORCED by do nothing Drs. to do this experiment. Better pro active than waiting to die. 

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  • Fri, Jul 24, 2020 - 9:41am

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    Bidens Pilosa and others

    Thanks Dave for your kind words and info. Other chelators such as the Artimisias could also help control or stop this virus. 

    I have found that most 'wonder' drugs pale in comparison to plant based tinctures because they include proper ratios of sub compounds, saponins, flavonoids, etc. that pharmacologists can't replicate. 

    My opinion is that market driven healthcare is a sad joke. Thousands of people suffer needlessly while modern pharma tries to figure out how to turn a buck. 

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  • Fri, Jul 24, 2020 - 10:46am

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    Market driven healthcare

    Hi Roland,

    It is so strange that so many people rather wait and suffer, potentially die, because “something” is not proven. It needs a clear mind to decide to act in such a way that it minimizes the negative aspects of the intervention, and maximizes, hopefully, the positive aspects of the intervention.

    As to market driven healthcare, pecuniary considerations indeed corrupt the “business”. However, I personally think that there is another underlying cause why herbs etc are not used and research that much. I think that the current scientific methodology that works great for for example physics, is not suited for something as complex as a biological system, btw, I’m a physicist myself. Synergistic, unique, and shared associations are extremely difficult to differentiate between. The graph that Chris showed about the immune system is really impressive, but I dare to claim that it is still a very simplistic representation of our immune system. The current scientific deconstructive paradigma also leads to myopic approaches and conclusions. This is illustrated by the fact that it took thousands of deaths before they realized that is was not just a respitory disease: many minds were needed to re-deconstruct the knowledge. I also think that some resistance against HCQ + zinc is based on the interaction, the + that is. That is really a bridge to far within our linear paradigm, so, a long story short, it is not just because of bad actors. Hundred years from now people will laught at our backward methods.

    Grts, Dave

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  • Fri, Jul 24, 2020 - 1:40pm

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    moheli said:

    I have a list of the detailed treatment that I want to receive in my wallet in case I contract the virus as well as the phone number of a lawyer to sue the GP or internist that refuses to prescribe me HCQ+AZ+ Zinc+ Ivermectin.

     

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  • Fri, Jul 24, 2020 - 4:05pm

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    marti61 said:

    You can check out Stephen Harrod Buhner at his blog, >articles>herbs>coronavirus protocol (5/17/20) for an intro into his thinking and Bidens Pilosa. He has an extensive write up in the book 'Herbal Anti-Virals' if you are so inclined.

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  • Fri, Jul 24, 2020 - 7:44pm

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    KSS said:

    Today the abstract has been withdrawn - Chris? Anyone? Thoughts? This abstract was available on Pub Med just yesterday. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32668870/

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  • Sun, Jul 26, 2020 - 4:42am

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    Who benefits? The usual suspects! Virologists targeted by Pharma cartel

    @LesPhelps
    Ask yourself this. Who in their right mind would willingly do permanent damage to and ultimately collapse the world economies by fabricating a pandemic?

    What a great question. Only someone at the very top of the control pyramid or someone off-world who perceives a loss of control of what are being considered assets.

    If it's a major global pandemic, people die and the world economies collapse. If it's a fabricated pandemic, fewer people die and the world economies collapse.

    Until I can figure out how some group benefits extremely long term from scamming a pandemic, I can't go down that rabbit hole.

    I might be able to help. As Robert F. Kennedy Jr explains, the CDC is literally a vaccine company -- top members of which massively benefit/profit from a pandemic. As researcher Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai points out in this interview with Dr. Mercola, having 7 billion people on a vaccine schedule, at one thousand bucks per person, is 7 trillion dollars of recurring revenue, "a relatively good return on investment".

    Then there's the globalist technocrats and their glowing smiles as they're able to move governments and supranational entities towards more centralized control. Did you catch Billy and Melinda's faces when asked what they think about a 2nd wave?:

    And it's obviously not about money -- their egos may be trying to beat Bezos (but they certainly can't beat Rothschild), but if you look into the history of Billy and his father, you know they're eugenicists, and Billy openly says "if we do a really good job with vaccines we can reduce the population by 10-15%", in our faces. He uses vaccines as a depopulation tool just as his father used "family planning" (abortion clinics) to depopulate. Watch Meet Bill Gates [corbettreport] for a great summary. As Corbett says, “the answer to the question “Who is Bill Gates?” is quickly becoming one of the most important questions of our lives.”

    It's difficult to conclude that the cancerous institutions through which these Big Pharma cartel members operate are not the organizations that are responsible-most for the pandemic, as they suppress all effective cures, make no recommendations regarding vitamin D and other nutrient deficiencies, make late/contradictory/incorrect recommendations about masks, fomites, usefulness of lockdowns, vaccine efficacy and safety (or total lack thereof)...

    Dr. Judy Mikovits calls it the Plague of Corruption, and accuses the top members including Dr. Fauci of NIH and Dr. Redfield of CDC of mass murder via vaccines and coverups going back more than 10 years... at great risk to herself, as the pharma cartel (aka the vaccine mafia) is known to come and drag scientists out of their homes and threaten to murder their family if they don't drop their research, if they don't simply murder the scientist him/herself, or otherwise destroy their career and put them in jail like they did with Dr. Mikovits. Virologists particularly seem to be a major target, mainly American ones. Here's a list from 2004 to 2015 (these are all OLD articles from 2014 and 2015 btw, not up to date -- an interesting snapshot of how it already looked 5 years ago).

    They're IN YOUR FACE, but you're still calling them a rabbit hole...

     

    @KSS
    Just came across this from PubMed...what does it mean??

    "5G Technology and induction of coronavirus in skin cells"

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32668870/

    I made a thread about it here: https://www.peakprosperity.com/forum-topic/5g-technology-and-induction-of-coronavirus-in-skin-cells/

    My best guess is it's a stretching of probability using a presumably flawed mathematical physics model.

     

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  • Wed, Aug 05, 2020 - 7:54am

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    Saline-Xylitol Nasal Wash at Onset

    I'm over 60 [giggles] and have been learning about natural healthcare for over 30 yrs and thus have stocked my immune modulators. When I was fighting "it" in March/April I knew I had to keep the viral load and my stress down. One of the magic pills I've discovered in recent years from air travel is that having a saline/xylitol nasal wash is good to have.

    When I started with the cough I immediately started my onset protocol and was snorting the stuff on a regular basis. I believe it helped keep the viral load down and helped prevent it from get to my lungs.  Still looking for the science to confirm this but it's another cheap complimentary therapy.

    https://www.healthline.com/health/food-nutrition/xylitol-vs-erythritol

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  • Wed, Aug 05, 2020 - 11:27am

    Mohammed Mast

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    Yes

    I was wondering about that and also about a salt inhaler.

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