Health treatments and prevention for Coronavirus

MajorStyles

Pelican
Catholic
Just found out that an old friend of mine died from Covid. I spoke to a mutual acquaintance about the situation, and he told me that they put him on a ventilator and that once they took him off, he was dead within a few days.

A little background. My old friend was in his early 60s and he had a lot of comorbidities: i.e. diabetes, heart failure, obesity, bronchitis, etc. Plus, he was just coming off a surgery and was slow to recover. So it sounds like the comorbidities, in combination with the ventilator, were his undoing. As an aside, he did not take the vaccine.

His family is just going with the "he died from Covid and he did not take the vaccine" narrative. Out of respect, I am not saying otherwise. But it's clear that something is fishy with the ventilators - this point has been repeatedly made over the last year, but now I have seen it first hand.
 
While not specifically a treatment for coronavirus, I have found recently the health and wellness benefits of using essential oils. Jordan Rubin author of 'the Maker's Diet' recommends biblical oils such as Myrrh, Frankincense, Cinnamon, Spikenard, and others. I quite like Peppermint myself. This period of time can be stressful and it is good to find ways to refresh yourself.
 

Grow Bag

Pelican
Catholic
Didn't know where to put this, but it's about treatment regimes and I think it's important. In the video a highly experienced respiratory nurse gives damning testimony which is chilling in it's implications. He outlines a well established, highly effective treatment protocol for those with pneumonia that he used as a nurse prior to CV19. He then explains that not only was this protocol abandoned for CV19 patients, but the treatment they were receiving guaranteed they would die. The implication is that doctors and nurses know that what they are doing is killing patients and, under top down pressure, they are refusing to use the well established protocol they had previously used to excellent effect. They are knowingly killed people, yet they went home after each shift and returned for the next one to kill more people. I can't even get my head around that.

The take away in regards to treatment for those who're experiencing respiratory symptoms, is it's crucial to keep mobilising. Even if you feel like crap, move around as much as possible.
 

PassingTime

Pigeon
Orthodox
Anybody got any tips or hopes for getting smell back? Been about a week for me and still can’t even smell a dumpster.
If you're not using NAC already I'd recommend it. I believe it definitely helped me to recover my taste and smell.

 

Biscuits_Gravy

Robin
Catholic
If you're not using NAC already I'd recommend it. I believe it definitely helped me to recover my taste and smell.

Where can I acquire it?
 

eldkv

Chicken
A recent study suggests that the amino acid l-arginine helps a lot in resolving severe covid:
An Italian clinical trial peer-reviewed and published in the Lancet this past month is nothing short of incredible.

It provides rigorous evidence that 3.2 grams per day of the amino acid L-arginine dramatically reduces the risk of death in COVID patients when initiated after they already have confirmed pneumonia and are already suffering from hypoxemic respiratory distress.
 

Biscuits_Gravy

Robin
Catholic
A recent study suggests that the amino acid l-arginine helps a lot in resolving severe covid:

Oh no… I take this pretty regularly. Likely to get banned now, better stock.
 

lskdfjldsf

Pelican
Orthodox Catechumen
Gold Member
Don't be nervous about the horse paste. Just dose it correctly (I wrote some details on the Durvet brand in the Ivermectin thread) and it'll work. A colleague of mine tested positive, got hit hard, and said it made his symptoms nearly vanish within 5-6 hours. Two of his friends in far worse shape said the same. All of them bought it at Tractor Supply.
 

hkhathaj

Kingfisher
Other Christian
Is there anything new to know how to treat Covid illness? Some people close to me became ill and I would like to help them.

I have to admit that I have a fear of false information about all protocols. I am not even sure what I would do if I was ill. And I am less sure what I should dare to recommend.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Crow
Orthodox Inquirer
Just found out that an old friend of mine died from Covid. I spoke to a mutual acquaintance about the situation, and he told me that they put him on a ventilator and that once they took him off, he was dead within a few days.

A little background. My old friend was in his early 60s and he had a lot of comorbidities: i.e. diabetes, heart failure, obesity, bronchitis, etc. Plus, he was just coming off a surgery and was slow to recover. So it sounds like the comorbidities, in combination with the ventilator, were his undoing. As an aside, he did not take the vaccine.

His family is just going with the "he died from Covid and he did not take the vaccine" narrative. Out of respect, I am not saying otherwise. But it's clear that something is fishy with the ventilators - this point has been repeatedly made over the last year, but now I have seen it first hand.
Doing of corona and having corona (or at least testing positive) when you die is a big difference. We know that they count a positive test in combination with someone dying as a corona death. There's no causality necessarily. That's one of the ways they have to get ''some deaths'' albeit very minimal. Without this way of counting they would literally have the flu (as presumably corona is just a rebranding of the flu anyway, as it has disappeared last year).
 

Padouk

 
Banned
Non-Christian
Is there anything new to know how to treat Covid illness? Some people close to me became ill and I would like to help them.

I have to admit that I have a fear of false information about all protocols. I am not even sure what I would do if I was ill. And I am less sure what I should dare to recommend.

The first phase of the treatment is to realize that there's no covid illness. It's what we call Flu and flu is nothing but spontaneous detoxification. So anything which assist this process is beneficial.

Up to this day I haven't had a flu for more that 20 years since I started using sauna therapy which assist detoxification through the skin via sweating. When I was growing up we didn't have a sauna but we did encouraged sweating by putting your legs in a bucket full of hot water and people would through lots of blankets over your entire body to induce the process. It worked every time.

You need to sweat it out and it's not a fictional virus but the toxins accumulated inside. We wear too much clothes during the winter and the skin's pores get congested. This and other factors explain why we "get" the flu during this period.
 

Don Quixote

Ostrich
Orthodox Inquirer
Is there anything new to know how to treat Covid illness? Some people close to me became ill and I would like to help them.

I have to admit that I have a fear of false information about all protocols. I am not even sure what I would do if I was ill. And I am less sure what I should dare to recommend.
From personal experience, ivermectin is the most beneficial thing.
 
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