IgG4 antibodies - the autoimmune kind we don't want, are elevated by increasing # of CoV jabs. Passive exposure is likely similar.
My comment regarding a post by Arkmedic, with resources for self-care. We need to be treating more, the sooner the better, and stick with it. Autoimmune disease is not fun.
Comments get lost so I am saving a copy here of a reply to Arkmedic’s post (via The dam is breaking... - by Joel Smalley - Dead Man Talking (substack.com), includes other posts of importance too.)
Philadelphia 2023 - by Dr Ah Kahn Syed - Arkmedic's blog (substack.com)
Regarding Paper 2. the Irrgang IgG4 paper. This is what I have been writing about from the patient perspective and how to get better again, or get less worse - passive exposure though. It felt like with each repeat flair-up - re-exposure - I got more sensitized, more reactive, more sick uicker, for longer. Autoimmune night sweats, swollen lymph nodes, fatigue, some congestion. I got more cautious about avoiding the public crowded or medical offices that are risky, or a busy restaurant. Treatment is vitally important and needs to be ongoing, and it would be nice if it became part of the conversation.
Pomegranate peel is a fusion inhibitor and something I use daily in addition to serrapeptase or nattokinase, and nicotine lozenges. Artemisinin, Artemisia extract, Wormwood tea, have all helped nip a flair-up in the bud. I use other nutrients too, but those four are significant - pom peel is an iron chelator, ACE2 agonist, COX2 inhibitor, in addition to being a fusion inhibitor and strong antimicrobial that benefits the microbiome. The fibrinolytics are important to reduce clot risk, especially at old wounds. Artemisinin is an iron chelator and antiparasitic and helps with the anemia of chronic inflammation that is part of "Long Illness"/ LongCovid. Nicotine lozenges are needed to prevent the cholinergic blocking effect of the S1 subunit on nAChRs. - That is likely the cause of the excess menstrual bleeding and miscarriage rate.
My Protocol Collation and Therapy Goals. 12/15/2021 - work in progress draft, useful but not beautiful. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RmdgbxBUuJa9nFUmCfSoZdnEB8EPc181WOvhGakAKTU/edit?usp=sharing See Chapter Six for the autoimmune issue caused by the jabs; subsection: ADE & Neutralizing Vs Non-Neutralizing Antibodies - Leaky Vak and autoimmune risks. *This is not new news.
Passive exposure is a big deal, just not as bad as getting the jabs directly.
Addition, via a comment to this post:
"Thus, the occurrence of IgG4 after repeated SARS-CoV-2 mRNA vaccination appears to be a Th2-independent process." https://www.dropbox.com/s/9op0u7mv6z9bj6u/2022.07.05.22277189v1.full.pdf?dl=0 *The paper in my Dropbox.
So, treatments focused on promoting better Th1/Th2 balance might help. I have a section on that in my protocol somewhere.
Here's one way:
'Microbiota-derived short-chain fatty acids promote Th1 cell IL-10 production to maintain intestinal homeostasis', https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-05901-2 My good friend tapioca pudding, hello again. *See jenniferdepew.com pages Resistant Starch/Butyrate and RS/Butyrate, How Much?
Foods and Phytonutrients that help T-cells, may also be helpful. (document)
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