The Spike Protein Detox that Fauci Doesn't Want You To Know About

The Spike Protein Detox that Fauci Doesn't Want You To Know About

While Fauci was lining the pockets of big pharma peddling dangerous and experimental mRNA vaccines, Dr. Peter McCullough has been hard at work determining safe, scientific ways to combat spike protein effects.

As the nation’s preeminent cardiologist, and one of the most trusted medical voices during the pandemic, Dr. McCullough is dedicated to determining what are – and what are not – effective ways to overcome COVID-19 and COVID-19 vaccine injuries.

Despite censorship by the mainstream medical community, spike detox is possible. Dr. Peter McCullough has identified three potential ways to combat spike protein:

  1. Prescription Ivermectin

  2. Prescription Low-Dose Naltrexone

  3. Over-the-counter Nattokinase

While Ivermectin and Naltrexone are both prescription drugs, nattokinase is available without a prescription.

Additionally, unlike the experimental mRNA vaccines, the safety of nattokinase is well-known:

“Chen et al reviewed human studies before the pandemic on the use of nattokinase with this introduction: ‘Natto, a cheese-like food made of soybeans fermented with Bacillus subtilis, has been consumed as a traditional food in Asian countries for more than 2000 years. Natto consumption is believed to be a significant contributor to the longevity of the Japanese population. Recent studies demonstrated that a high natto intake was associated with decreased risk of total cardiovascular disease mortality and, in particular, a decreased risk of mortality from ischaemic heart diseases. Before the 1980s, very little was known about the mechanism by which natto consumption led to overall cardiovascular health. In 1987, Sumi et al discovered that natto contained a potent fibrinolytic enzyme called nattokinase. Since then, a considerable amount of NK research has been performed on NK in Japan, Korea, China, and the United States, and these studies confirmed that NK, an alkaline protease of 275 amino acid residues with a molecular weight of approximately 28 kDa, is the most active ingredient of natto and is responsible for many favorable effects on cardiovascular health. First, nattokinase has potent fibrinolytic/antithrombotic activity. In addition, in both animal and human studies, NK also has antihypertensive, anti-atherosclerotic, lipid-lowering, antiplatelet/anticoagulant, and neuroprotective actions…The most unique feature of nattokinase is that, as a single compound, it possesses multiple cardiovascular disease preventative and alleviating pharmacologic effects (namely, antithrombotic, antihypertensive, anticoagulant, anti-atherosclerotic, and neuroprotective effects). There are no other drugs or drug candidates with multiple pharmacologic properties similar to nattokinase. In addition, nattokinase is a natural product that can be administered orally, has a proven safety profile, is economical to use, and provides distinct advantages over other pharmaceutical products.’

“In summary, this review is reassuring that the ever-increasing use of nattokinase in post-COVID-19 and after-COVID-19 vaccine injuries are safe and reasonably well tolerated. There may be additional benefits on the cardiovascular system.”

While nattokinase is readily available in Japan, where it has been consumed for generations, it is more difficult to find here in the United States. Fortunately, for people who are interested in nattokinase, Dr. McCullough and his team of medical professionals over that The Wellness Company, have made it available in their optimized Spike Support formula.

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The TWC Editorial team is comprised of various wellness practitioners from physiotherapists, acupuncturists, fitness instructors, herbalists, and MDs.

This article does not constitute medical advice. Please consult a healthcare provider for proper diagnosis and treatment.
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