10 Best Supplements to Remove Spike Protein for 2024
The spike protein is naturally found in SARS-CoV-2, no matter the variant. In its native form in SARS-CoV-2, the spike protein is responsible for the pathologies of the viral infection.
- Natural Treatments
- Nattokinase, Bromelain and Curcumin
- Vitamin D3 and K2
- Vitamin C
- Omega-3 fatty acids
- N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine (NAC)
- Quercetin and Green Tea Extract
- FLCCC I-Recover Protocol
Best Natural Treatments to Remove Spike Protein
1. Nattokinase, Bromelain and Curcumin
If the symptoms include major shortness of breath, cough with blood in it or pain on one side when you take a deep breath, it could be due to a late pulmonary embolism or a blood clot going to the lungs.
- Nattokinase 2000 FU (100 mg) twice a day
- Bromelain 500 mg once a day
- Nano/Liposomal Curcumin 500 mg twice a day
Patients can get a big head start if they self-initiate Base Spike Detox as they get organized for appointments. I have found three months is a minimum duration, and some require more than a year. Don’t expect instant results, be patient. I have a major manuscript under review for publication that summarizes the clinical rationale and evidence supporting Base Spike Detox.
Important safety warnings include bleeding for those on blood thinners or who have bleeding disorders (e.g., hemophilia), soy allergy, allergies to any component of the combination, and gastrointestinal intolerance. Women of childbearing potential without contraception, pregnant, breastfeeding, and children should not take this combination unless directed by a doctor.
Supplementing with 1 - 2 mg of melatonin at bedtime might benefit those whose sleep–wake cycles have become dysregulated with long COVID.
COVID can wreak havoc on the gut microbiome, but research on specific
probiotic strains that can best restore balance following the syndrome’s
particular damage is in its infancy. Leo Galland, MD, a
functional-medicine internist in New York City, is looking into
soil-derived bacteria of the genus Bacillus because it may have natural
antibiotic properties, though there’s not yet enough data to make
4. Vitamin D3 and K2Vitamin D3 is essential for supporting healthy immune system function. It works hand in hand with your body to modulate both innate and adaptive immune responses which regulate everything from reactivity to antigens and pathogens.
5. Vitamin C
6. Omega-3 fatty acids
7. Quercetin and Green Tea
Quercetin appears to bind to the spike protein of the coronavirus, inhibit inflammatory pathways, and block replication of infected cells. It is also antiviral and completely safe. In addition to getting sources of quercetin from diet, long-COVID patients can supplement with 250 - 500 mg a day.
8. N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine (NAC)NAC is an amino acid that the body uses to create glutathione, the body’s master detoxifier. Glutathione is your master detoxifier and the most powerful free radical scavenger produced by your body.
Many COVID-19 patients experience serious blood clots, and NAC counteracts hypercoagulation, as it has both anticoagulant and platelet-inhibiting properties.
Aaron Hartman, MD, founder of the Richmond Integrative and Functional Medicine clinic in Richmond, Va., describes one patient, a 26-year-old woman, whose symptoms — persistent low oxygen and shortness of breath — following a bout of COVID resolved after treatment that included NAC as well as omega-3 fish oil.
“NAC is one of the more important nutrients for people who get shortness of breath with COVID, because of its ability to break down those really, really small blood clots called micro-emboli,” explains Hartman.
Resveratrol is a polyphenol with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory
effects that’s found in red grapes, red wine, peanuts, and some berries.
It’s also available as a supplement.
Leo Galland, MD, a functional-medicine internist in New York City, has found it to be particularly helpful in restoring his COVID patients to health. “Resveratrol has a number of beneficial effects on coronavirus infection,” he notes. “It supports ACE-2 function, it inhibits the growth of the deadly MERS coronavirus through multiple mechanisms, and it diminishes the kind of inflammation associated with coronavirus infection.”
He recommends long-COVID patients supplement with 200 mg of resveratrol twice a day.
10. ZincZinc is essential for healthy immune function. A 2020 review published in the International Journal of Infectious Diseases has found that zinc deficiency can increase the risk of poor outcomes in viral infections, including COVID-19.
Foods that are rich in zinc include meat, poultry, shellfish, eggs, dairy, seeds, nuts, legumes, sweet potatoes, quinoa, and green leafy vegetables.
FLCCC I-Recover Protocol
The I-Recover protocol (Long COVID) has been updated and
below is their latest version (Oct 3, 2023).
Treatment must be individualized according to each
patient’s presenting symptoms and disease syndromes. It is
likely that not all patients will respond equally to the
same intervention; a particular intervention may be
life-saving for one patient and totally ineffective for
another. Early treatment is essential; it is likely that
the response to treatment will be attenuated when
treatment is delayed.
Patients with post-vaccine syndrome should do whatever
they can to prevent themselves from getting COVID-19. This
may include a preventative protocol (see I-PREVENT) or early treatment in the event you do contract the virus
or suspect infection (see I-CARE). COVID-19 will likely exacerbate the symptoms of vaccine
Once a patient has shown improvement, the
various interventions should be reduced or stopped one at a
time. A less intensive maintenance approach is then
The core problem in post-vaccine
syndrome is long-lasting “immune dysregulation.” The most
important treatment goal is to help the body restore a
healthy immune system — in other words, to let the body heal
itself. Our recommended treatment strategy involves two
FLCCC recommend the use of immune-modulating agents and
interventions to dampen and normalize the immune system
rather than the use of immunosuppressant drugs, which may
make the condition worse.
Promote autophagy to help rid the cells of the spike
Use interventions that limit the toxicity/pathogenicity
of the spike protein
Note that there are significant overlaps between the symptoms
and features of long COVID/long-hauler syndrome and
post-vaccine syndrome. However, a number of clinical features
appear to be characteristic of post-vaccine syndrome; most
notably, severe neurological symptoms appear to be more common
following vaccination. To complicate matters further, patients
with long COVID are often also vaccinated, making the issue of
definition more difficult.
Patients with post-vaccine syndrome should do whatever they can to prevent themselves from getting COVID-19. This may include a preventative protocol (see I-PREVENT) or early treatment in the event you do contract the virus or suspect infection (see I-CARE). COVID-19 will likely exacerbate the symptoms of vaccine injury.
Once a patient has shown improvement, the various interventions should be reduced or stopped one at a time. A less intensive maintenance approach is then suggested.
The core problem in post-vaccine syndrome is long-lasting “immune dysregulation.” The most important treatment goal is to help the body restore a healthy immune system — in other words, to let the body heal itself. Our recommended treatment strategy involves two major approaches:
- Promote autophagy to help rid the cells of the spike protein
- Use interventions that limit the toxicity/pathogenicity of the spike protein
Diagnostic Tests for Long COVID
As noted previously, the major difference between long COVID and long vax is unresolved organizing pneumonia with persistent respiratory symptoms. Therefore, in patients with ongoing respiratory symptoms, chest imaging is suggested (preferably a chest CT scan). (R)
Those with unresolved pulmonary inflammation (organizing pneumonia with ground glass opacification) should be treated with a course of corticosteroids. Low-dose prednisolone/methylprednisolone (10 mg/day) for six weeks is suggested. However, the patient’s symptoms and CRP should be followed closely, as a dose escalation may be required in those who respond poorly.
An unknown number of patients who have recovered from COVID-19 organizing pneumonia will develop pulmonary fibrosis with associated limitation of activity. Pulmonary function testing demonstrates a restrictive type pattern with decreased residual volume and DLCO. These patients should be referred to a pulmonologist with expertise in pulmonary fibrosis. Anti-fibrotic therapy may have a role in these patients, however additional data is required before this therapy can be more generally recommended. The serotonin receptor blocker cyproheptadine may reduce the risk of pulmonary fibrosis.
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- N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) is a supplement form of cysteine. It may prevent blood clots and is an antioxidant.
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