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Dr Ryan Cole Blood Clots and Spike Protein (2023)

On February 1, 2023, Dr. Ryan Cole returned to the Ask Dr. Drew show for Part 2 of his mRNA analysis, and the adverse reactions that he believes are causing sudden adult deaths and foot-long blood clots. See the itemized time stamps of this discussion below. 6:35 Introduction and Review of how Dr. Cole got involved in the Covid pandemic and how his lab work has changed to help those who have been injured by Covid injections 11:20 How is Informed Consent administered properly and how do we assess risks between Covid, Covid shot, or Covid shot + Covid-recovered? Dr. Cole says it’s muddy because we don’t have proper studies. Dr. Cole shares that natural immunity is supreme - always has been and always will. Yet people were encouraged to get a shot regardless. And some of the studies show that if you got 2 shots, your immune response was weakened to Covid. Covid is primarily a clotting disease. Proper studies haven’t been done. Instead, funding was spent on advertising to encourage more s

Treating Long-Haul Covid Syndrome - Dr Mercola

As of June 19, 2023, federal  data  published by the US CDC found that 15.7% (National Estimate) of adults who previously had a COVID-19 infection are currently experiencing symptoms of long COVID. Females tend to have a relatively higher risk as compared to males. Long COVID, also known as long-haul COVID, chronic COVID or long-haul syndrome, refers to symptoms that persist for four or more weeks after an initial COVID-19 infection ( CDC ). Common Symptoms of Long COVID Signs and symptoms of long COVID, which persist for four weeks or more after you’ve been diagnosed with COVID-19, include ( Mayo Clinic ): Fatigue Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing Cough Joint pain Chest pain Memory, concentration or sleep problems

Degradative effect of Nattokinase on spike protein (2023)

In the relentless pursuit of solutions for long-COVID, the attention of many has been drawn to an intriguing natural compound called Nattokinase. This centuries-old staple of Japanese medicine has gained notoriety for one simple reason: according to two preclinical studies, it can break down the COVID-19 spike protein. In this article, we’ll review the history of Nattokinase, summarize the studies detailing its effects on Spike, and relay what this all means for you. What Is Nattokinase? Nattokinase is a  protease  enzyme extracted from Natto, a Japanese fermented soybean dish. An enzyme is simply a protein that speeds up biological reactions such as digestion, metabolism, or DNA replication. Protease enzymes, in particular, are like biochemical scissors, uniquely equipped to chop up proteins into manageable pieces by severing the bonds that hold them together.   Historical Use of Natto   Natto has been a staple in Japanese traditional medicine for over two millennia. It has a longsta

Federal Agency Issues Advisory on Symptoms Linked to ‘Long COVID’ (2023)

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued an advisory  in June 2023 about mental health symptoms linked to “long COVID,” or suspected long-lasting symptoms caused by COVID-19. Long COVID occurs when people recover from the COVID-19 virus but then experience symptoms that last more than three months, including fatigue, headaches, sleep problems, coughing, and cognitive impairment. While some medical professionals  believe  it’s largely exaggerated, HHS has signaled that it’s a real phenomenon. A 3D print of a spike protein of SARS-CoV-2—the virus that causes COVID-19—in front of a 3D print of a SARS-CoV-2 virus particle. (Courtesy of NIAID/RML) “Long COVID has a range of burdensome physical symptoms, and can take a toll on a person’s mental health. It can be very challenging for a person, whether they are impacted themselves, or they are a caregiver for someone who is affected,” HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra said in a release on June 21. “This advisory helps to raise


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