There are more than four major ways that spike effects long term health risks. I count 13 currently. There are also solutions - more than 13.
If you aren't hearing about dectin-1, galectin3, and nAChRs, or LPS and SEB toxins, then you are not hearing the whole story of spike risks.
Four major ways the spike effects health risk per Adam Gaertner’s post: The Truth About Vax Detox - by Adam Gaertner - veryvirology (substack.com). It is behind a paywall and seems quite negative in outlook besides blithly stating only four major problems and suggests lap dances? I must admit to being tired of paywalls and spending money on paywalls on Substack. I don’t pay for many paywalls on Pubmed, why should I pay here? Because Substack gets a 10% kickback and it is their business model I guess. But I don’t play well with extortionists.
The outlook is bad whether Adam Gaertner gets his lapdances or not, and the spike effects our function in more than four major ways - but there are potential solutions - that NEED TO BE USED ASAP and for long-term.
The truth is - we don’t know all of the ways the spike is affecting health, let alone all the ways the modified version is worse - or the random mRNA fragments may.
What I do have is a list though, 13 items long, not four. It was shared in my recent post Bioweapons a bore? (substack) but it was towards the end of a lengthy post so I will make it the beginning here and I added a little more to the aids.
Addition: The LNP carriers are also significantly dangerous rather than something to be dismissed. And the EUA is being used as a gateway to make mRNA ‘treatments’ for many conditions. It will be dangerous in all of them.
“How bad is the actual virus [part 1] vs how bad is the vaccine?” [part 2] - (@_nikolakii_)
Part one - How bad is the actual virus?
The actual virus is not that bad except for the chimeric spike added to it. Those who get infected and are unvaccinated without comorbidities have an approximately 99 percent recovery rate.
However the lingering LongCovid rate is more significant and frequently disabling. People have had difficulty getting help or answers.
Autoimmune antibodies against receptors that spike was lodged in may have been formed leading to self destruction of whatever protein or receptor type it was when antibodies against it were created by the person’s immune cells.
Allergy like or other excess histamine symptoms might result from overactive mast cells. Over production of retinoic acid, the active form of vitamin A, might also lead to symptoms of mast cell overactivity. The dietary solutions can help a lot but are big changes – avoid all vitamin A foods and rich carotenoid sources of fruits and vegetables – seriously, but can help prevent long term liver and kidney damage and neurologic symptoms. Histamine producing or containing foods also need to be avoided, again, it can help a lot though.
Fatigue from anemia of chronic inflammation is likely, and elevated ferritin levels with fairly normal to low hemoglobin level might be lab results. Iron chelator herbs can help fairly quickly, then continue. Artemisinin is the one I used, am and pm for a few months and then once a day for a year or more.
Now I have been using Wormwood in tea with some better tasting medicinal herbs & (small piece or a couple) pomegranate and (can be several larger pieces, is mild and fruity) mango peel. Sweet Wormwood is less bitter and no thujone which can be a seizure risk if too much is consumed. I add thyme to balance the GABA effects from the Wormwood/thujone, fennel seed adds flavor, and dandelion leaf & root for anti-prion help.
Nerve tingling or pain in fingers and toes or pain, turning to reddening and swollen is a hypoxia of the tissue problem. Gentle exercise helps keep circulation going.
Epsom salt soaks help with a well absorbed form of magnesium and sulfate, both beneficial for cardiovascular and tissue health.
An imbalance of cannabinoids is present due to the inflammation, so CBD alone would make the imbalance worse. THC products would help provide the type that is needed, and it helps reduce the hypoxia.
Thiamine, B1, is also needed in amounts greater than available in food when there is inflammation and it can help hypoxia at the higher doses, 300 mg or more, seek guidance for larger amounts. Other Bs should also be taken in to provide balance – Bs are a team, work together within the mitochondria and in other functions. Niacin and other info in this: Spike Summary Spreadsheet, Telomerase, Circadian Cycle and Nrf2, (and niacin, also a link at the end to a post focused on niacin & melatonin).
Malnutrition in general is a risk factor for demyelination nerve damaging conditions. Low CoQ10 is also a risk factor. G12. Demyelination.
Part 2: How bad is the vaccine?
The vaccines are worse in a variety of ways with the most basic being that the spike used in all the brands of injections was modified, supposedly to be better, but it has worse health effects as it is on the surface of the human cells – it would not be there in an infection, only on the virus, or within a cell being formed to make virus with. Virus hijack the cell machinery for replication of it instead of normal functions. See last post: Adaptive Immunity, ADE, and Antibodies.
The modified spike is a worse nicotinic acetylcholine receptor blocker – the gene sequence has a section like snake venom toxin which causes paralytic effects by inhibiting cholinergic messaging (acetylcholine is a brain neurotransmitter it also activates choline receptors).
Blocking nAChR receptors – would lead to the hearing and vision problems, excessive menstrual bleeding, colitis, miscarriage, myocarditis. The cholinergic blocking #nAChRs can cause sperm motility issues and the excessive menstrual symptoms may indicate risk of female infertility/early menopause.
Nicotine activates function and would protect-block- the nicotinic acetylcholine receptors from spike protein. Choline might work too, but for me, I needed nicotine to resolve my colitis-like symptoms.
Addition: There is a theory by Geoff Pain (sp?) that the Excessive menstrual bleeding is due to endotoxin LPS effects on the Hypothalamus-Pituitary-Gonad axis. The Hypothalamus has a lot of nAChR receptors and they are regulatory. ‘Nicotinic Cholinergic System in the Hypothalamus Modulates the Activity of the Hypothalamic Neuropeptides during the Stress Response’
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6018196/ Modulatory control may impact the HPG axis.
Research found the infection version of the chimeric spike doesn't block nAChR receptors but the menstrual irregularities didn't occur until after the jabs started. The jab spike is modified significantly.
Exhaled breath or sweat from vaccinated people may contain free S1 subunit of spike proteins and can spread passively to non-vaccinated people. Exosomes, membrane packets with spike on the surface, may also carry the genetic directions within.
Exosomes are similar to pheromones and act as messengers within the body from one part to another but also can be exuded to share with the outer world too. There has to be a matching surface marker for another person’s cells to accept the exosome or pheromone, or on a cell within a person if it was acting as a messenger between different areas of the body.
The spike affects ACE2 in a way that leads to pneumonia-like edema of lung tissue.
Citrus peel or pomegranate peel can help. The Citrus Peel is more effective for clearing congestion and opening airways. Pomegranate peel helps protect ACE2 receptors. G13. Pomegranate. G14. Citrus Peel.
Also from Table 3: EGCG, (or pom peel), Apigenin, Kaempferol, Olive leaf extract, Oil of Oregano, Serratiopeptidase, Bromelain, Citrus peel, Baicalin (Skullcap) / scutellarin, Dandelion leaf extracts, Andrographolide. (Protocol Collation and Therapy Goals)
The vaccines increase the risk of fungal infections, other viral infections or a flare up of Herpes or shingles, and cancer risk.
Dectin-1 receptors protect against fungal infections and spike blocks them, eating mushrooms or Nutritional Yeast Flakes would activate them instead, lodging and protecting them from being available to spike protein. *this is spike specific and to prevent fungal infections, rather than being a standard treatment for fungal infections – which might include a recommendation to avoid eating mushrooms.
VAIDS: CD8+ T killer cells are reduced in number and lymphocyte count might be low on a lab test. CD8 cells help fight virus and cancer cells. Shingles and other infections may reoccur. Black seed oil topically helps shingles a lot, also take by mouth am and pm. Cool compresses in between can sooth the stinging pain too.
Cancer risk is also increased by inhibition of the Toll Like Receptors. (2)
Magnesium and methyl donor B vitamins, Nrf2 promoting phytonutrients, pomegranate and citrus peel, and most of the other things mentioned, also would be protective against cancer risks.
Reducing sugar and total carbohydrates helps Covid infection or cancer risk.
Reducing glutamate seasonings would also reduce cancer risk. Those are also usually histamine problem foods – may need to kick them out of the diet anyway – headaches may be a symptom if that is a problem.
The vaccines contain prion like sections, so misfolding protein conditions may be a risk Parkinson’s disease (clumps called Lewy Bodies, 1), Alzheimer’s & CJD/Mad Cow Disease.
Delphinidin (black beans, black sesame seeds or rice, Blue Lotus or Blue Butterfly Pea flowers) and pomegranate peel, dandelion leaf or root and/or pine needle tea may reduce this risk.
Avoiding organophosphate pesticide and glyphosate herbicide residue may also help reduce risk.
The jab increases toxicity of bacteria endotoxin LPS & SEB. Spike has a SEB like endotoxin sequence. Both endotoxins increase inflammation. SEB is categorized as a bioweapon.
Activated charcoal, Bentonite clay, and water, may help remove SEB toxin (& maybe Spike Protein. Section 11. LPS toxicity and SEB are similar I think. Copper, immunomodulator herbals/foods - Nrf2 promoters, (garlic, broccoli, pomegranate, etc,) quercetin, Omega 3, etc., and mushroom polysaccharides, are mentioned https://transcendingsquare.com/2021/06/29/spike-protein-risks-aids-summary-page/
Rapid aging – damage repair of DNA is inhibited, affecting immune cell differentiation in addition to increased risk for cancer and mitochondrial disorders such as Parkinson’s Disease.
Methyl donor B vitamins, folate and hydroxy or methyl B12 and choline may help.
Nrf2 promoting foods and phytonutrients may help. (G10. Nrf2 Promoting Foods)
Inflammation is increased in many ways by the spike destruction of tissue, changes to receptor function, the bacterial endotoxin SEB and LPS from negative species of the microbiome.
Nrf2 promotors would help reduce inflammation; vitamin C and alpha lipoic acid, other mitochondria support and high dose niacin/melatonin protocol could also.
SARS-CoV-2 can infect bacteria, so again, a healthy microbiome is critical in a number of ways. Beneficial, zinc fed, species also help colon health and reduce infection risk with butyrate production. Butyrate can activate the niacin receptor and can also help reduce inflammation and increase removal of cellular crud, like free spike protein, by white blood cells with endolysomes, see earlier link for an image. Spike Summary Spreadsheet, Telomerase, Circadian Cycle and Nrf2
Vegetables and high fiber grains, beans, nuts, seeds, can help the microbiome flourish along with zinc and iron – though avoiding iron rich foods is helpful for other inflammatory issues mentioned in the first section in the discussion of LongCovid.
TRP channel disruption – at the ankyrin repeat domains.
Risk to hair cells in hearing and the vestibular system (sense of balance and steady tracking of vision – following the bird in the sky).
Saffron (~80 mg/day) may help hair cells repair - it is difficult to not happening typically.
Epsom salt soaks, for a well absorbed topical source is needed as TRP channels in the GI tract are needed to absorb magnesium ions and inflammation may reduce absorption. The magnesium TRP channels don’t have ankyrin repeat domains though.
Galectin 3 needs to be added - #13 oh boy! Protective: milk sugar, senolytics such as quercetin and fisetin and also pectin from rhubarb, apples, pomegranate peel, jam, etc.. Zinc is also needed and pomegranate peel would also help by preventing the fusion cleavage and freeing of the S1 subunit
The fiber content of the inner pith includes pectin which adds to the synergistic value as an inhibitor of galectin-3. Rhubarb pectin and other plant pectin are effective galectin-3 inhibitors and beneficial for fibrotic cardiovascular conditions. (Pozder Geb Gehlken, et al, 2021) The spike subunit S-1 has a similar sequence to galectin-3 which may be promoting angiogenesis. (Schroeder and Bieneman, 2022) Galectin-3 promotes angiogenesis by affecting the vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) and basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF) control of angiogenesis. (Mehta and Granstein, 2019). Beta-lactose (milk sugar) and dominant-negative galectin-3 are also inhibitors. (Markowska, et al, 1981)
And α-Melanocyte-stimulating hormone (α-MSH) can help inhibit angiogenesis by attenuating VEGF signaling.
"It has recently been shown that α-MSH inhibits angiogenesis by attenuating vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) signaling in endothelial cells ." (Mehta and Granstein, 2019)
From: VEGF, galactin-3, chimeric spike, and milk sugar. (substack.com)
Beta-ionone is a fragrant terpene like chemical in flowers that is actually a carotenoid and it helps promote a better suntan which α-MSH also promotes - so the beta-ionone may promote α-MSH.
My Protocol Collation & Therapy Goals document has a lot of information: (live document)
Nrf2 promoters are VERY IMPORTANT if you want to preserve health and repair DNA damage.
Climate change strikes again
Totally a coincidence, or climate change - but a severe fungal infection is sweeping through areas of the southwest US.
“Fungal Infections Are Spreading and Climate Change Is to Blame” “Story” by Jess Thomson, (NewsWeek)
Adam Gaertner may be into lapdances, but I am into shiitake mushrooms and Lion’s Mane powder.
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