covid 19 natural tx to avoid

Posted by $ kddr22 1 year, 6 months ago to Science
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  • Posted by $ Abaco 1 year, 6 months ago
    See my new thread. I have been curious - very curious about this topic. I had a friend collapse recently with fever, cough, etc. He ended up on his bathroom floor having convulsions. Called me later with a mask on saying, "They said if I didn't have my flu shot it would have been worse." I don't understand that reasoning, and I have a good understanding of vax. If you don't match the virus, you don't get protected. Next question...Can it make things worse? Well, a friend was talking to me about this yesterday and sent a couple studies my way.

    https://www.galtsgulchonline.com/post...
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    • Posted by Lucky 1 year, 6 months ago
      " If you don't match the virus, you don't get protected."
      This is true by and large, but not always.
      Some vacs simulate the virus thus provoking the immune system. This provocation leads to destruction of the enemy. The skill is in getting the immune system to activate by presenting an apparent but not real danger, while hoping the real enemy get attacked and nothing, well little, else.
      Compare - this arthritis/malaria drug that works on co-19.
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      • Posted by $ Abaco 1 year, 6 months ago
        Yes. Interesting. Sometimes, the immune system turns on the host. This is coming to light more recently. Might make the news. Probably not, though.
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  • Posted by $ allosaur 1 year, 6 months ago
    Me dino recently read that taking Ibuprofen can worsen how you feel should you be catching Covid 19 and not knowing it yet.
    Had Ibuprofen for a pain killer. Replaced it with extra strength Acetaminophen just last week.
    My family doctor who keeps tabs on my Type 2 diabetes years ago changed my daily asprin regemin from a full to a low dose (baby asprin) when it started to show an ill effect.
    I do carry a full dose chewable asprin tablet in a tiny plastic heart attached to my key chain in the event I may suffer my first heart attack.
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    • Posted by Kittyhawk 1 year, 6 months ago
      Please consider supplementing with the amino acid N Acetylcysteine (also spelled N Acetyl Cysteine) when taking acetaminophen. NAC boosts your glutathione, an important antioxidant, which can otherwise be dangerously depleted by acetaminophen, especially if you take it on an empty stomach or also drink alcohol. NAC also helps protect the lungs when you have a cold or flu. There's a lot of info out there; here is one article: https://www.fxmedicine.com.au/blog-po...
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      • Posted by $ allosaur 1 year, 6 months ago
        Thanks for the information. If I catch Covid 19, old dino should be taking his over the counter meds very short term before finding my way to a hospital bed.
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      • Posted by lrshultis 1 year, 6 months ago
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        • Posted by Kittyhawk 1 year, 6 months ago
          Hmm, I don't see anything in that article that suggests using caution in taking NAC. In my opinion, that doctor is a bit incautious in making the blanket statement that " acetaminophen is safe on the kidneys and may damage your liver, but only at high doses." That statement is probably true for MOST people MOST of the time, but my point is that anyone taking acetaminophen regularly may want to supplement with NAC to avoid the potential rare but very serious consequences.

          Below excerpts are from this article: http://www.jbc.org/cgi/content/abstra...

          "Acetaminophen overdose is a leading cause of drug related acute liver failure in the United States. Glutathione, a tripeptide antioxidant protects cells against oxidative damage from reactive oxygen species and plays a crucial role in the detoxification of xenobiotics, including acetaminophen."

          Acetaminophen Hepatotoxicity: An Update

          Acetaminophen is a widely used nonprescription analgesic and antipyretic agent. It is also a dose-related hepatotoxin that can cause fulminant liver
          failure when taken in massive overdoses or, much less commonly, at therapeutic doses in susceptible individuals. Persons who regularly consume alcohol or persons who have been fasting may be more susceptible to this hepatotoxicity.
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    • Posted by $ Abaco 1 year, 6 months ago
      Tylenol has experienced some twists and tuns over the past decade. There was an odd, secret recall that occurred several years back. It matched timing with a study linking it to childhood asthma. Very strange turn of events that quickly went into the memory hole.

      I opt for ibuprofen instead for my beat up old football body. Mostly, I just suffer and take nothing...
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  • Posted by $ 1 year, 6 months ago
    After researching more on natural treatments that some have mentioned one to avoid for covid 19 is elderberry and it actually increases immune response too much and causes too much inflammation. IT i still very good for the flu
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