I just got over Covid and it lasted for 8 weeks!!!! I take the 90 essential nutrients in optimal doses (See Wallach Wisdom charts for nutrient doses and mineral deficiencies). I have been taking the optimal doses for decades. Yet I was still bit by the Round Up in the food supply bug.
Sorry for the background, I'll try to make it quick.
I retook my childhood vaccines to get into nursing school. I immediately began to have chronic diarrhea for the next 13 years. ( turned out to be MMR contaminated with Round Up [glyphosate], Stephanie Seneff) I tried every thing I could, added new nutrients, 50 herbs, etc to try to stop it. Finally I stopped it with MSM and TMG. But a lot of damage had been done from not hanging onto and absorbing my nutrients. Tooth loss, peripheral neuropathy in my feet, hypothyroid, adrenal dysfunction, osteoporosis, duodenal ulcer, 3 hospitalizations from that, and finally perforated bowel. The PB itself caused sepsis>ARDS>cytokine storm>multiple organ failure, and stayed in that cycle for almost a month. I was passed out in the ICU for a month or a little more. Total ICU 2 months, relearned to stand and walk, took 3 more months, had a huge hole in my gut with a sponge and vacuum pack on it, new colostomy, TPN (total parenteral nutrition, (artificial milk for all practical purposes) into the vein, no food by mouth 4.5 months, TPN is famous for being inadequate nutritionally and causing diabetes and metabolic syndrome. And fatty liver. This happened to me. I am using intermittent fasting to correct this). Anyway, by the power of prayer and God's mercy, most of my organs were healed and came back online. My encephalitis just left a little memory issue, and a big vertigo issue, vestibular neuropathy it's called, But it's vertigo. And the 14 abdominal surgeries caused a lot of nerve damage, more than I would have anticipated. I know the vagus nerve is a long and winding and many branched nerve that embrace the bowels So no surprise there. But that it would numb my skin all over my legs and lower body area was weird. It took 7 months for the feeling on my skin to come back. It started by weird pain on the skin of my right hip. Even though I was walking with walker by my 3rd month NOT VERY WELL I might add, this took loooooooong. It took a year at home for me to be able to walk without a cane or walker, though the shopping carts in the store were a big help and allowed me more speed and distance. I still retained a bit of shortness of breath. My lung doctor failed to tell me what ARDS was but they did xray my lungs almost daily in the hospital (5 months). But the staff was always treating me for heart issues, which were resolved even by my chart. I kept having to refuse beta blockers and statins, because as a nurse, I know that med really well and it will destroy your brain and muscles faster than anything. So NO. My legs were not swollen, and my BP was fine at that point, and my pulse was even good after I restarted my B12 (anemia will speed up heart rate,with the ulcer and NOW new bleeding , duh). But after a year home, I began to wonder maybe they were right and I did have CHF (my paperwork showed normal ejection fraction levels so NO). THEN Covid happened. And there were doctors on Youtube explaining what ARDS was and then I realized that was what I had and I had the whole complex that goes from sepsis>cytokine storm>ARDS>multiple organ failure and suddenly lots of people had it and were threatening to overwhelm the system. THEN I got short of breath again, but much worse. No more walking around almost normal for me. I was back in bed, barely able to make it to the bathroom, my oxygen was 88 on room air, I was weak and incapable again. Hubby insisted it was NOT Coronavirus. But no one was testing, I was under 65 and not in contact with anyone outside the area. My second week I went to my doc for an Rx of 02. And a vitamin C IV. I was normally on 8 grams of vitamin C daily, because it does over 300 things and I needed that still. I was also still on my optimal dose 90 essentials. Zinc included. D included. So my 3rd week I was still on the 02 and had to raise it to the max, 6 liters, and still was in the 80's on 6 liters, that was the week I thought if I were to die, this would be then. But hubby took a week off and fed me etc. Still I developed a very swollen R leg, DVT I assumed, and as I researched it turned out this was the inflammatory aspect of the covid. So I had not been feeling much like eating so I had NOT been taking my vitamins except of C and D and A. So I started back on E and krill oil and nattokinase very high, and got that taken care of in about 4 weeks. As luck would have it, I was getting bitten by something, now I think it's mosquitoes, but never before had this reaction; swelling, redness hard, white in center, then very itchy for a month. Manuka honey on a bandage did help. But on my swollen leg so that I was walking like Quasi Moto. When walking at all. The DVT mostly didn't hurt unless walking. SO these bites would give me cellulitis on top of the inflammatory or maybe, BECAUSE of the inflammation. So I'm a little better in my 7th week and then I get something, I think an eyelash in my eye, I don't have eyedrops or an eye cup so can't wash it out. I watch a horrible marathon series on child abuse and have a good cry so I think it came out, but had spent a good amount of time scratching up my cornea. Finally decided to go with hubby to town, (I need the walker again, I now need the oxygen machine, , it's a small one but still cumbersome., and I can't drive myself yet. We decide to have my eye looked at in the ER. No foreign objects, thankfully, just scratches, so antibiotic eyedrops. OK. But they too refused to test me for covid. And just for drill, I looked up covid, eye infection. And there it was. the first patient zero lady from Wuhan going to Italy has a persistent eye infection that was positive for covid. And it healed in 20 days and 10 days later it was positive again.
So it turns out this is a thing too. For other covid symptom, had a horrible cough, but one day of headache and slight fever, twice over the 8 weeks that was chased away by high dose C, D and A, which is usual for me., I wondered why it allowed any of it to hang on for so long. But it did. So I heard Dr Gundry discuss high antioxidant olive oil. And yech, I hate olive oil, (but love olives) and get the expensive Moroccan kind. And take a table spoon a day.,Yech. But my 3rd day on it, (week 8) it began I guess to work. Also about a few days before, renewed my use of oregano oil (in gelcaps) which I hadn't taken for years, but had taken before ), but both are known as powerful antivirals, antibacterial and antifungal. As an added look before restarting oregano oil, I found a study that said it regrew villi. Well, I sure needed that. Now considering that the covid is a form of SARS and considering the SARS was never able to be made into a vaccine (ALL the ferrets died, in the new tests for this covid19, all the monkeys are sick), and considering the low antibody length of time the coronas tend to have anyway, I decided I needed a prophylactic to prevent it from coming back.
My 5000 to 10,000 IU of D was NOT enough! I took care of everything before now. So Many like Francis Boyle say it IS engineered. My 8000 mg of C daily was not enough to prevent it (this has prevented and cured those that got through, and quickly) And my 50 mg of zinc (taken because I was born deficient, and always have to take a lot) didn't stop it.