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Why to Think of Coronavirus aka Covid-19 – Outside the Box

The where, when and why of Coronavirus.

As an ardent researcher, I look less at what popular media suggests, and more at what falls outside the box. Deciding how to prepare myself for CoVid-19 was no exception. My curiosity began early on when it just didn’t appear to act like a “flu.” So, I dug in and this is some of the interesting information I found. This article is not meant to diagnose, prescribe, or take the place of what your doctor is telling you!

  1. The virus began with 1 gene and 1 protein. But within 1 week it had mutated to 8 proteins and within another week it had mutated to 14 proteins. 
  2. According to Acoustic researcher, Sharry Edwards, the Gene and the Protein are in the same musical scale of 224 (A and #A). That makes it just a bit too perfect for a naturally occurring virus, being that naturally occurring viruses are very chaotic in nature. This virus is like a beautifully composed classical piece. 
  3. The coronavirus enters the body through the ACE2 receptor, which makes the virus more potent and scientists say this may put Asians and men at higher risk because they may have more ACE2 receptors in their lungs. 
  4. The virus seems to attach itself to the hemoglobin, restricting how well the body is able to carry oxygen through the body. COVID-19 causes prolonged and progressive hypoxia (starving your body of oxygen) by binding to the heme groups in hemoglobin in your red blood cells. People are simply desaturating (losing O2 in their blood), and that’s what eventually leads to organ failures that kill them, not any form of ARDS or pneumonia. All the damage to the lungs you see in CT scans are from the release of oxidative iron from the hemes, this overwhelms the natural defenses against pulmonary oxidative stress and causes that nice, always-bilateral ground glass opacity in the lungs. Patients returning for re-hospitalization days or weeks after recovery suffering from apparent delayed post-hypoxic leukoencephalopathy strengthen the notion COVID-19 patients are suffering from hypoxia despite no signs of respiratory ‘tire out’ or fatigue.
  5. Hydroxychloroquine actually works and here is why – it works the same way as it does for malaria. Malaria is this little parasite that enters the red blood cells and uses hemoglobin as its food source. The reason chloroquine works for malaria is the same reason it works for COVID-19 — while not fully understood, it is suspected to bind to DNA and prevents the virus from binding to it. In addition, Hydroxychloroquine (an advanced descendant of regular old chloroquine) lowers the pH which can interfere with the replication of the virus. Again, while the full details are not known, the entire premise of this potentially ‘game changing’ treatment is to prevent hemoglobin from being interfered with, whether due to malaria or COVID-19.
  6. So, what should we do?
    1. Boost your immune system
    2. Protect your cells from being invaded
    3. Get the appropriate nutrients
  7. How do we do this?
    1. Increase your intake of ORGANIC fruits and vegetables
    2. WASH YOUR HANDS & DON’T TOUCH YOUR FACE
    3. Get enough restorative rest
    4. WASH YOUR HANDS & DON’T TOUCH YOUR FACE
    5. Mitigate stress (which includes not stressing about CoVid-19) as stress weakens the immune system
    6. WASH YOUR HANDS & DON’T TOUCH YOUR FACE
    7. Get fresh air everyday
    8. WASH YOUR HANDS & DON’T TOUCH YOUR FACE
    9. Supplement support specific to CoVid-19
      1. D3 (Ask your doctor how much is best for you. I take 10,000 IU’s per day). Food sources for Vitamin D include fresh fish, Cod Liver oil, eggs, caviar, mushrooms (if grown while exposed to UV lamps, they are labeled “UV-treated” or “high in vitamin D” and contain 400 IU of the nutrient per 3 ounces), fortified yogurt, and beef liver.
      2. (1,000-4,000 mg daily. I take 3,000 mg daily). Food sources include broccoli, cantaloupe, cauliflower, kale, kiwi, orange juice, papaya, red, green or yellow pepper, sweet potato, strawberries, and tomatoes.
      3. Glutathione (I take the liposomal form), an amino acid, is an antioxidant in plants, animals, fungi, and some bacteria and archaea. Glutathione is capable of preventing damage to important cellular components caused by reactive oxygen species such as free radicals, peroxides, lipid peroxides, and heavy metals. Glutathione is involved in the detoxification of both xenobiotic and endogenous compounds. It facilitates excretion from cells (Hg), facilitates excretion from body (POPs, Hg) and directly neutralizes (POPs, many oxidative chemicals). There are a handful of foods that naturally contain glutathione, including asparagus, avocado, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, spinach, broccoli, garlic, chives, tomatoes, cucumber, almonds, and walnuts. However, a variety of factors can affect the levels of this vital nutrient, including storage and cooking. Food sources of Glutathione are asparagus, avocado, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, garlic, chives, tomatoes, cucumbers, almonds, and walnuts.
      4. Quercetin is a powerful flavonoid, there is a wide range of health benefits, including its ability to reduce inflammation, eliminate pain, protect against cardiovascular diseases, act as an anti-cancer, boost the immune system, reduce histamines, and decrease irritation of the skin. Food sources of Quercetin are onions, apples, grapes, berries, broccoli, citrus fruits, cherries, tea, and capers.
      5. Zinc was shown to inhibit the activity and replication of another coronavirus (SARS-CoV which caused an outbreak in 2002) in the laboratory. Foods high in zinc include meat, shellfish, legumes, seeds, nuts, eggs, and whole grains. Be careful with taking too much zinc from supplements as zinc competes for the same receptors as copper and can decrease your copper levels too much.
      6. Some people are also recommending Vitamin A. Food sources of Vitamin A include dark green leafy vegetables, sweet potatoes, carrots, squashes, mangoes, papaya, eggs, liver, and butter.
    10. WASH YOUR HANDS & DON’T TOUCH YOUR FACE
    11. Go to https://soundhealthoptions.com/leciel and get the free download, “Le Ciel.” This is a sound frequency to help with flu symptoms but it may help with CoVid-19. As Dr. Carol McMakin says, “can’t hurt, might help.” 
    12. WASH YOUR HANDS & DON’T TOUCH YOUR FACE
    13. If you know you are at a higher risk from a repiratory perspective, consider getting this kit: https://c60breathezr.com/C60Complete-BreathEZR-Kit/ (I do not receive any compensation from the sale of this product)
    14. WASH YOUR HANDS & DON’T TOUCH YOUR FACE
    15. I am using EMRO Quantum discs that are infused with frequencies – the Quantum Immune Boost and the Quantum Sinus Allergy. Place 1-2 Immune Boosts on your sternum or above the belly button. Place one Sinus Allergy behind each ear. They last 5 days. No drugs, no chemicals, no side effects. www.rhuff.emroquantum.com (I do receive compensation from the sale of this product)
    16. WASH YOUR HANDS & DON’T TOUCH YOUR FACE

The bottom line here is to take the necessary precautions to protect yourself but don’t allow the media hype to stress you out. You need your immune system to be as healthy and vigilant as possible and a negative mindset is a great way to tear that down. Follow the suggestions above, consult your physician with questions or concerns, and for goodness sakes, WASH YOUR HANDS & DON’T TOUCH YOUR FACE.

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