2020-12-08 at 06:39 #463Rian GeldenhuysKeymaster
ASK YOUR DOCTOR ABOUT THE FOLLOWING PROMISING NATURAL COVID-19 THERAPEUTICS:
Targeting Spike Protein:
Vasicinone, Magnoflorine, Cirsimaritin, chrysoeriol, tinosponone, quercetin, curcumin, apigenin, and epigallocatechin gallate
Targeting the Main Protease of the virus:
Protopine, allocryptopine, Oolonghomobisflavan-A, Andrographolide, folic acid Hispidin, lepidine E,
Targeting 3CLpro protein of the virus:
Flavone, coumarin, licoleafol, colistin, methyl rosmarinat, calceolarioside B and myricitrin
Zn: red meat, shellfish
Mg: dark chocolate, black beans, avocados and whole grains
Se: red meat, shellfish, chicken, garlic, grains
Zn, Se, Cu, Fe, and Mg, enhance both cell-mediated and humoral immunity and are associated with the production of Th1, Th17, Th9 having antioxidant properties along with the production of IgG
Green tea, black tea, chilli pepper, oregano, red onion, fennel leaf, grapes, apples, green vegetables, peppers, N-acetylcysteine
yoghurt, fermented oats, kefir, kombucha, sauerkraut, tempeh, sourdough bread, and some cheese
Vitamin D (from SUNLIGHT, salmon, tuna, spinach, hazelnuts)
Enhances production of antimicrobial peptides, supports in the production of monocytes, macrophages and dendritic cell, decrease the pro-inflammatory cytokines and enhance anti-inflammatory cytokines
Vitamin C and E
Antioxidant as well as anti-inflammatory properties that reduce oxidative stress. They have potential as an antiviral agent and supports host defence against the infection by affecting the growth and development of T lymphocytes and natural killer (NK) cells, thus preventing cellular damage
Enhance both innate (through natural killer cells, macrophages, neutrophils) and adaptive immunity (by differentiation, proliferation, functioning and movement) as well as assist in the maintenance of mucosal epithelium integrity and possess anti-inflammatory properties.
WATER! Lots of clean WATER.
Please let me know what your doctor says about natural and nutritional therapeutics.
2020-12-08 at 09:59 #464
Cannabinoids such as cannabidiol (CBD) have a history of safe use and contain several properties which may be useful in treating certain medical symptoms: CBD has anti-inflammatory properties, can act as a vasorelaxant and has the ability to reduce pain and anxiety. In combination with other cannabinoids and terpenes, as well as necessary clinical intervention, CBD has much potential to treat the symptoms of a virus such as COVID-19. Whole plant cannabis extracts have also been shown to reduce blood coagulation in animal models; it is known that many of the negative systemic effects of COVID-19 appear to be related to altered coagulation, so it is possible that cannabis may be useful in managing these sequelae.
2020-12-08 at 18:16 #473
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