COVID Injection Detox and treatment

Are Fibrinolytics Key to Preventing Clogged Arteries?

23 May, 2023 – There Are Ways to Reduce Risks and Damage of Vaccine Adverse Events, Doctors Share Suggestions

The anti-cancer supplement berberine may be another treatment candidate. Research has shown that spike protein levels decrease in COVID-19 patients treated with the therapeutic.

18 April, 2023   Is NAC (N-Acetyl Cysteine) and Bromelain (BromAc) effective in breaking down the mRNA technology (or DNA) based COVID gene injection induced spike protein? Akhter et al.’s research says YES!

This promising research suggests that recombinant spike and envelope SARS-CoV-2 proteins were disrupted by BromAc. Spike and envelope protein disulfide bonds were reduced by Acetylcysteine.

16 April, 2023 – Fighting Back Against COVID-Vaccine Injury

None of the substances mentioned  can be expected to accomplish a full reversal of vulnerability, risks and in some cases outright injury inflicted by the COVID vaccines, but one or more may possibly be effective enough for some people. As always, consult your local healthcare provider for your optimal individualized plan.

February, 2023 – FLCCC I-Recover Protocol: Post Vaccine Treatment Protocol 

Dr. Paul Marik and Dr. Pierre Kory are pleased to introduce the I-RECOVER: Post-Vaccine Treatment protocol, designed to help people who have experienced adverse symptoms after a COVID vaccine.


Specific treatments: 

16 June, 2023 – Roles of Bromelain and Curcumin in Battling Recurrent SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein Exposures

In summary, the combination of curcumin and bromelain are well positioned as supplements in people who are getting repetitive COVID-19/Spike protein exposure. Future randomized trials will elucidate the clinical benefits in specific applications.

NATTOKINASE ‘has potent fibrinolytic activity, antihypertensive, anti-atherosclerotic & lipid-lowering, antiplatelet & neuroprotective effects’; TWC ‘Spike Recovery’ contains NATTO for anti-spike

Aspirin versus NATTOKINASE? Which is more beneficial as an antiplatelet/anticoagulant? as a potent anticoagulant agent in preventing heart attacks, stroke, and atherothrombotic diseases? IMO both yet

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