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Everyone who received COVID-19 vaccines should read this
COVID-19 vaccines were marketed as safe and crucial by governments, the World Health Organization, and the media. It was despite the fact that neither claim was supported by evidence. However, many people were injected with these products because propaganda convinced them that they needed to, or because they were afraid of losing their jobs or being unable to travel. After two years, we can see that those who warned about these products, myself included, were correct. Those who promoted so-called COVID-19 vaccines are now acknowledging the potential danger. Governments state that they will compensate those who have been injured with their own tax dollars, which is wrong because the manufacturers and those who promoted should pay, not the injured and clean ones. Regrettably, there is no willingness to establish research facilities to assist people with covid vaccines. I am the only one who helps them with scientific knowledge and my own expertise. To determine whether the COVID-19 vaccines have caused any changes in the organism, they must undergo some tests. Details about the test in my previous article.
Even if all tests are normal or everything seems to be in order, there is still a risk. It is advisable for people who received so-called COVID-19 vaccines to take some of the following supplements:
Red sage dried root (Salvia miltiorrhiza), astragalus (Astragalus membranaceus), and safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) can be used to fix the harm at the molecular level .
Acetylcysteine and bromelain can both break down spike protein. Please read what I already wrote about how to use these herbs and supplements.
I recently investigated whether anything can be done about prions, which appear to have a severe impact on people.
There is some hope: American skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora), a traditional North American medicinal herb, has show strong anti-prion activity. It is only tested on animals, but so-called COVID-19 vaccines were only tested on animals, and the predictions appear to be quite accurate. American skullcap supplements are widely available, but people must be careful and check the reviews and the supplier. “The most often substituted species are Western Skullcap (Scuttelaria canescens), Southern Skullcap (Scutellaria cordifolia), or Marsh Skullcap (Scutellaria galericulatum). These species contain different chemicals, so they are not considered interchangeable.” American skullcap should not be consumed while operating machinery or while driving because it appears to have a sedative effect. The leaves are used for medicinal purposes. These are harvested in June from a 3- to 4-year-old skullcap plant.
There are two drugs that are already in use and could help people who have prion disease as a result of the COVID-19 vaccines: the antibiotic and antimalarial drug quinacrine and the schizophrenia drug chlorpromazine. Although mouse cell testing of the drugs produced encouraging results, little additional research is being conducted. The vaccinated should think about taking these medications if they experience any of the following prion disease symptoms: rapidly progressing dementia, difficulty speaking, difficulty walking and changes in gait, hallucinations, muscle stiffness, confusion, and fatigue. Some of these symptoms, like difficulty walking, confusion and difficulty speaking, are linked to stroke, which is also one of the most frequent side effects of the so-called COVID-19 vaccines. I have a list of herbs that might be useful in this situation. Please take a look.
*The American skullcap could be beneficial to stroke patients as well.
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