Natural Remedies Prove Effective in Restoring Health

Natural Remedies Prove Effective in Restoring Health

Research points to nature’s powerful healing abilities from the effects of the” vaccine” and post-covid infection

We have been gaslit over the stated safety and efficacy of the mRNA gene therapy that they call a vaccine. The rollout of COVID-19 mRNA nanoparticle injections were not proven to prevent infection, disease, hospitalization, or death, per Pfizer’s November 20, 2020, FDA submission.

Many of us know of or are victims of either the vaccination or are experiencing long covid (a term coined to describe debilitating symptoms long after covid infection.)

What ever happened to natural immunity over-vaccination?

Natural immunity 17 years after infection-a fascinating discovery

Back in 2003, a similar respiratory outbreak of a pathogen called SARS, (severe acute respiratory syndrome) the disease associated with SARS-CoV-1 infection spread throughout the country. This outbreak produced memory T cells that protect against the current outbreak of SARS CoV-2.

Interestingly, some donors of blood that were never exposed to or knowingly contracted either SARS or SARS CoV-2 expressed protection in their T cells through a different immune response in their memory T cells.

This may explain why some people don’t get as sick or become ill when each variant of covid rolls around- it may depend on their memory T cell protection status.

Protection from antibodies is short-lived.

Antibodies, which are made in response to antigens when exposed to an infectious agent, are only protective against infection for 2-3 years post-infection. (1)

What are T cells?

T Cells are a type of white blood cell that is part of the adaptive immune system. All the T cells you have were produced before you were born.

Different groups of T Cell subtypes shape the immune response. They are constantly made throughout life. They can recognize and eliminate viruses and their mutations.

They originate in the bone marrow and migrate to the thymus gland where they mature. The thymus gland, located behind the breastbone and between the lungs, plays an important role in developing the immune system. This small organ makes white blood cells, called T-cells, and plays a huge part in training your body to fight infections and cancer cells. It is most active at birth through the teen years and starts to shrink and become less active as we age. (2)

The key to long-term immunity is to protect and stimulate your thymus gland

Do this by:

  • Manage stress

Stress is the culprit in many diseases. Avoiding stressful situations and coping strategies such as deep breathing exercises can help reduce cortisol levels and reduce the damage caused by stress-related illnesses.

  • Eat a balanced diet, high in antioxidants.

Thymus function depends on a balanced diet.

Zinc deficiency is one of the known factors that can negatively affect thymus health. (3)

Foods rich in zinc include oysters, beef, pumpkin seeds, chickpeas, cashews, oats, hemp seeds, and tofu.

  • Exercise stimulates immune function and promotes blood flow. Thereby nourishing the thymus and improving overall immune function.

How spike proteins make you sick

Longer-term studies are needed to understand how the vaccine exerts similar effects as the covid virus. However, both cause damage to multiple organ systems. Note the damage caused by vaccine-induced myocarditis, not found in the virus.

Spike proteins attach to the host cell receptor, the ACE2 receptor. The ACE2 receptor (angiotensin-converting enzyme) is found in abundance in, but not exclusively in intestinal epithelial cells of the gut, endothelial and smooth cells of the blood vessels, heart, brain, testis, and tubular epithelial cells of the kidney. This explains why so much damage the spike protein causes is in the heart, kidney, neurological (brain), and respiratory systems.

Vaccine-induced injury from spike protein

Dr. McCullough references the FDA in case of death by "natural causes"

The Spike protein produced from the mRNA is known to cause both bleeding and clotting and specific hemorrhagic-thrombotic syndromes including vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VITT) which has been reported after the Pfizer vaccine. The majority of VITT cases arising from vaccine-induced anti-platelet factor-4 antibodies reported in the literature are caused by the adenoviral vector vaccines, however, “long VITT” has been reported where findings last for months after vaccine administration. It is entirely possible that any mild viral upper respiratory infection in a mRNA COVID-19 vaccinated patient could result in acute hemorrhage.”

Spike protein damage by organ system

Cardiovascular system

The cardiovascular system has been identified as one of the primary targets of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, causing reduced cardiac output, energy deficit, arrhythmias, and in the context of vaccination, vaccine-induced myocarditis.

An excerpt from Dr.  McCullough titled” Autopsy Studies Rule Out Myocarditis from SARS-CoV-2 Infection.”

“I have heard numerous public health officials state that SARS-CoV-2 infection causes more myocarditis than COVID-19 vaccination. The American College of Cardiology has used this platform as a twisted rationale for giving out COVID-19 vaccines, and in a perverted manner, creating more myocarditis in the population.

If SARS-CoV-2 infection caused myocarditis or inflammation of heart muscle tissue, then it would be seen on autopsy in fatal cases of COVID-19. Poloni et al specifically examined the heart of fatal COVID-19 cases and concluded the virus does not infect the heart.”

Hematological system

This includes blood and its components. Inflammation resulting from spike protein damage promotes clot formation and microclots. Inflammation affects coagulation factors and resists the breakdown of fibrin, which is the natural clotting factor in the blood supply.


The blood-brain barrier is compromised and breached, leading to cognitive deficits, along with depression, and anxiety, and can even affect metabolic functions throughout the body.

Respiratory system

The spike protein has been shown to stimulate inflammatory pathways in lung cells, causing injury to the lungs.

Gastrointestinal system

The ACE2 receptors are abundant in the gastrointestinal system. The inflammatory signaling of the spike protein could result in gastrointestinal injury and digestive problems.

Immune system

Unfortunately, many are suffering from severe and in some cases fatal outcomes after vaccination.

There is hope for both those vaccinated and those suffering from long covid.

Dr. Peter McCullough, the world-famous cardiologist has developed a proven and effective detoxification program that clears and repairs the body of the spike protein found both in the vaccine and virus. This offers hope to all those suffering from the myriad of disabling side effects of the vaccine, and those suffering from long covid.

He recommends the Spike Support Formula detox bundle

Spike Support Formula contains all-natural, non-GMO, scientifically-supported ingredients that target, disable, and repair the damaging effects the spike protein has on ACE2 receptor sites and organs.

The synergistic effect of combining ingredients proven to dissolve and disable the formation of microclots, repair, nourish, and protect against further damage is the key to recovering from the onslaught of disabling symptoms from both the “vaccine” and long covid.

  • Nattokinase is a proteolytic enzyme with fibrinolytic (anti-clotting) effects, that may maintain a healthy immune system. (4)
  • Dandelion root may support cellular defense. This incredible root provides so many health benefits. As far as the ACE 2 binding receptor ability of the covid virus, dandelion root has demonstrated the ability to disable the binding at the receptor site therefore disabling viral replication. (5)
  • Selenium may help reduce stress, aiding the body to repair itself and recover.
  • Selenium deficiency was associated with worse outcomes in those infected with SARS CoV-2. Selenium levels in COVID-19 patients were lower than in healthy individuals. Cautious selenium supplementation in COVID-19 patients may be helpful to prevent disease progression. (6)
  • Black sativa (black cumin) extract may facilitate cellular repair. Upregulates antioxidant enzymes, reduces neurotoxicity, and protects against oxidative stress-induced cellular pathology. Powerful anti-inflammatory properties. When used with other compounds or natural products, black cumin has a synergistic and protective effect on cells. (7)
  • Green tea extract may add defenses at the cellular level through scavenging for free radicals. Green tea has historically been used in the prevention of types of cancer, heart disease, and liver disease. The benefits of green tea extract go well beyond these uses. Its antioxidant, antiviral, and neuroprotective properties provide a valuable buffer against the assault of covid on the body. (8)
  • Irish sea moss has a mineral-rich profile, especially in taurine. Taurine is an amino acid that is used to make proteins in our body. It supports the immune system and may help rebuild damaged tissue and muscle. (9)
  • Bromelain exerts a powerful T cell immune modulating action to combat spike protein, is anti-inflammatory, and exerts anticoagulant properties (can help prevent micro clots that are present in both the virus and vaccine) from the effects of the spike protein. It also alleviates COVID-19 symptoms such as cough, fever, and pain. (10)
  • Curcumin is derived from turmeric and is antiviral, blocking the spike protein binding sites of the ACE-2 receptors that are responsible for viral replication (prevents entry into cells by blocking spike protein binding sites). Just like bromelain, curcumin also possesses anti-inflammatory properties, modulates inflammation, and exerts anticoagulation properties, which can help prevent microclots that are present in both the virus and the vaccine. (11)

Take on an empty stomach. Children, pregnant women, those on blood thinners, or those with a soy allergy should NOT take this product.

This product is suitable for consumption by breastfeeding women. However, it is strongly advised that individuals in this category consult with a qualified healthcare professional before use.


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Written by Brooke Lounsbury

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