As I mentioned when I wrote this article about how to treat Long Covid (LC), I would add newer studies adding further information on combating LC as they become available. In that line of thinking, one of the most common Covid-19 and LC symptoms is Anosmia or the loss of smell. In this new study (Nov, 2022), it is shown that the common citrus fruit derived supplement, Hesperidin, reduced Covid-19 and LC symptoms, including anosmia :
Here is a relevant quote from the study :
' During the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, only 30% of initially symptomatic nonhospitalized and nonvaccinated subjects were asymptomatic about 18 days after symptom onset. Anosmia affected 50% of subjects and was the most frequently persisting symptom in 30%. Hesperidin therapy is safe and may help reduce a composite of selected COVID-19 symptoms, including fever, cough, shortness of breath, and anosmia. Further trials with this agent are encouraged. This research has previously been published as a preprint . '
My chiropractor suggested 500mg, 1 in am, 1 in pm. He did it for shingles which I had long term, not for Covid, but it is good for any virus I understand. A year later I still take it, only 500 mg in AM.
That is a wonderful testimony, thank you for sharing. I was wondering how much you took. I was using one a day but I'm thinking maybe I should take more.
I've wondered about this too as I used to have herpes which is a virus, and lysine helped quite a bit. Thanks for the reminder! 👍🏽😇
Lysine, I read on here about Lysine, on amazon you can get lysine on amazon at https://amzn.to/3TzdqlO
This worked for me, I had a dry mouth, felt tired, head was off, ached. heart would race when I would try to walk. thought I was probably going to die from long haul, had it for months
I took that lysine and within a day it took away everything. been good since. I recommend this so much.
I was recently talking with a friend who was relating how after he got over Covid-19 in 5 days, developed a strange cough where he didn't cough much, but when he would talk, he would get spasms that made him cough and also made it impossible to continue talking. He told me he had the cough for over 2.5 months and it was getting worse instead of better, because now his voice had become hoarse and he had more phlegm that was getting darker.
I had previously given him a bottle of colloidal silver (CS) to test for another health issue, so he decided to use the leftover CS in his cold process vaporizer and inhale directly from the output port of the vaporizer for 10 minutes, three times per day for a total of 30 minutes per day. He told me he replaced the CS in the vaporizer with new CS after each use and he did this for 3 days in a row and by the third day his cough started to diminish and was gone by the 5th or 6th day, but he only used the CS for the first three days.
He was very happy with the results and said he still had some CS left over which he was going to save until needed again. I told him that I was a little surprised that he was able to recover from such a long standing cough so quickly, but I was happy to hear it! He told me that before he used the CS, he would not have been able to have this conversation with me as all of the talking would have had him coughing up a storm.
Long Covid Supplements
Not all of Long Covid symptoms are also seen in people who have gotten the Covid-19 vaccine, but some are. Here is a list of 10 symptoms seen in people who have gotten the vaccine('s).
- Pain, redness or swelling where the shot was given
- Muscle pain
- Joint pain
- Nausea and vomiting
- Swollen lymph nodes
- Feeling unwell
Long Covid Supplements
Question: would some or all of these symptoms appear in a person who had a Covid19 vaccination? My son had the Johnson Vax about 1 1/2 years ago and has most of these symptoms for a few months lately. To my knowledge he has never had actual C-19.
Is xoxo the brand name of the maca with the 3 types?
Maca is indicated for Thyroid. I would go slowly with dosage as some folks have had side effects. Maca, since it helps to regulate the pineal and pituitary glands, is great for balancing our entire being. I took 3 capsules. I wouldn't over do it as it can make you jittery. I avoid taking after lunch, as it may keep you up at night.
My maca root powder says that 1/4 teaspoon is a serving. Will the amount you took not have any negative impact on the body? Was that 3 teaspoons or tablespoons? I am curious. I have experienced tingling in my left foot and hands and that may have come on after Covid, come to think of it. Also recently diagnosed with hypothyroidism and that is a symptom of that as well. All this health stuff is complicated. I'd like to know what to do for that so I won't have to take thyroid meds. Went on for a while and then quit. Hoping to heal with a good diet and the Dr. Brownstein protocol.
Maca for Long-Covid Memory Issues and Cognitive Impairment
After having Covid, I soon realized I had Long-Covid. Scary-bad Alzheimer's-level memory issues. It was deeply concerning.
I started taking Maca for a multitude of issues like metabolism, depression, balancing my hormones, post-menopause, vaginal dryness, energy, etc...
After a month of supplementing with Maca, I noticed my memory and cognitive issues had greatly improved. Further research shows that Maca is also specifically indicated for cognitive function. My full memory function has returned.
Maca is know as the South American GinSeng, generally from Peru. It grows at the highest altitudes. Maca affects the pineal and pituitary glands. These glands regulate our hormones, metabolism, etc. It is an adaptogen, meaning it helps to manage stress.
Any fertility and libido issues it will balance, so be careful! I have knowledge of women with fertility issues becoming pregnant shortly after supplementing with Maca. Post-menopause women and male fertility issues are deeply supported by this herb.
There are different types of Maca. Red, black and Yellow.They are emphasized for different issues. I found an organic supplement on xoxo that combined all 3.
There are different high-potency Maca's on xoxo. You have to find and work with one that is comfortable for you. Too high potency can make you feel jittery.
I generally took about 3 at breakfast and lunch. You don't want to take it too late as it can keep you up at night ... for great sex ;)